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1-Jan-2017Being a transdisciplinary researcher: skills and dispositions fostering competence in transdisciplinary research and practiceFam, DM; Smith, T; Cordell, D; Fam, D; Palmer, J; Riedy, C; Mitchell, C
21-Dec-2018Central Park Precinct Organics Management Feasibility StudyTurner, A; Fam, DM; McLean, L; Zaporoshenko, M; Halliday, D; Buman, M; Lupis, M; Kalkanas, A
Jan-2009The challenge of system change: an historical analysis of Sydney's sewer systemsFam, DM; Mellick-Lopes, A; Willetts, JR; Mitchell, CA
30-Nov-2017Collaborative research and collective learning: institutionalizing interdisciplinary programs in higher educationFam, DM; Leimbach, T; Kelly, S; Hitchens, L; Callen, M
22-May-2017Convergence of the waste and water sectors: risks, opportunities and future trends – discussion paperFam, DM; Turner, A; Latimer, G; Liu, A; Giurco, D; Starr, P
17-Aug-2015Design and social practice theory: A promising dialogue for sustainable livingMellick Lopes, A; Gill, A; Fam, D; Fam, DM; Lopes Mellick, A; Gill, A
Jan-2010Designing sustainable sanitation through transdisciplinary research: a pilot project of nutrient recovery and reuseMellick-Lopes, A; Fam, DM; Williams, J; Manzini, E
Jan-2008Development of qualitative decentralized system concepts for the 2009 Metropolitan Sewerage Strategy. vol 1: synthesis reportMitchell, CA; Abeysuriya, K; Fam, DM
Jan-2011Effectively managing the transition towards restorative futures in the sewage industry: a phosphorus case studyMitchell, CA; Fam, DM; Cordell, DJ; Howe, C; Mitchell, C
16-May-2016Energy-mineral Nexus: Tensions between Integration and ReconfigurationGiurco, D; Teske, S; Fam, DM; Florin, N
30-Mar-2018Meta-considerations for Planning, Introducing and Standardising Interdisciplinary Learning in Higher Degree InstitutionsFam, DM; Leimbach, T; Kelly, S; Hitchens, L; Callen, M; Fam, DM; Neuhauser, N; Gibbs, P
Jan-2011Mutual Learning for Social Change: Using social research to support the introduction of urine diverting toilets in the Kinglake West Sewerage ProjectMitchell, CA; Fam, DM; Abeysuriya, K
2014People and practices : fostering transitions toward sustainability through transdisciplinary inquiry and individual, social and organisational learningFam, DM
Jan-2012Social learning is essential in transitioning to sustainable water servicesFam, DM; Abeysuriya, K; Meeks, T; Sharples, J; Mitchell, CA; Australian Water Association, AWA
10-Sep-2013Sustainable innovation in wastewater management: lessons for nutrient recovery and reuseFam, DM; Mitchell, CA
2018Trandisciplinarity and the ‘Living Lab model’: Food waste management as a site for collaborative learningCrosby, A; Fam, DM; Mellick Lopes, A; Fam, DM; Neuhauser, L; Gibbs, P
Aug-2018Transdisciplinarity at the Crossroads: Nurturing Individual and Collective LearningRiedy, C; Fam, DM; Ross, K; Mitchell, C
Jan-2010Transitioning to sustainable sanitation through cross disciplinary, practice-based research: an on-campus pilot of urine diversion at UTSAbeysuriya, K; Fam, DM; Hagare, P; Williams, J; RMIT
Jan-2013Transitioning to sustainable sanitation: a transdisciplinary pilot project of urine diversionMitchell, CA; Fam, DM; Abeysuriya, K
2017Trouble at the disciplinary divide: a knowledge ecologies analysis of a co-design project with native Alaskan communitiesFam, DM; Sofoulis, Z; Fam, D; Palmer, J; Riedy, C; Mitchell, C