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Sustainable Indigenous housing in regional and remote Australia

Tess Lea, Megan Moskos, Arianna Brambilla, Stephanie King, Daphne Habibis, Richard Benedict, Peter Phibbs, Chao Sun, Paul Torzillo
2021 AHURI Final Report  
This research explores what is required for sustainable Indigenous housing in remote Australia to deliver positive health outcomes, so that housing stock is maintained at high levels and is designed with  ...  Acknowledgements This material was produced with funding from the Australian Government and state and territory governments.  ...  The Australian Building Sustainability Board (2021) defines building sustainability as: living in harmony with the natural environment, considering the social, environmental and economic aspects of decisions  ... 
doi:10.18408/ahuri7323701 fatcat:zseyc6352jcq7pkmf7psikc2cq

Impacts of new and emerging assistive technologies for ageing and disabled housing

Catherine Bridge, Fredrick Zmudzki, Tracy Huang, Ceridwen Owen, Debbie Faulkner
2021 AHURI Final Report  
AHURI AHURI is a national independent research network with an expert not-for-profit research management company, AHURI Limited, at its centre.  ...  Acknowledgements This material was produced with funding from the Australian Government and state and territory governments.  ...  . • Smart home AT may indirectly support a range of ongoing benefits, including extended independent living, smart home energy efficiency, safety and security, physical and mental activity, and healthcare  ... 
doi:10.18408/ahuri7122501 fatcat:yk2nbnfn6rg7xgckqkbh3up2ce

Astrophysics in 2004

Virginia Trimble, Markus Aschwanden
2005 Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific  
After the heating of coronal loops stops, they cool first quasistationarily by thermal conduction and radiative loss.  ...  And that even after Mother had carefully taught us, "beer before wine, everything's fine; wine before beer, everything's queer." Or is it "beer after wine…"?  ... 
doi:10.1086/429117 fatcat:qwqkgv5icvhbnewnmbzchlzisa

Phenomenological Study on Lived Experiences of Assigned Expatriates

John Hennings
2020 Social Science Research Network  
Ryan agreed to meet with me.  ...  However, my counterparts in neighboring provinces included two Marines and an Army officer with no additional training, and they were very successful, also.  ...  That's something that I remember, we need to come up with a group of security and have a security team. We flew the security team to St.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3874680 fatcat:ugnkxqdjirbgjiue65mercahi4

Patient and family perspectives on peritoneal dialysis at home: findings from an ethnographic study

Jessica Baillie, Annette Lankshear
2014 Journal of Clinical Nursing  
My sincerest thanks go to the sixteen patients, nine relatives and seven healthcare professionals, who gave their time to share their experiences and stories with me.  ...  Aileen's house was full of photographs of her extended family and she spoke animatedly about them.  ...  This ensured that the patient information forms are clear and relevant, and also enabled any feedback about the research design.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jocn.12663 pmid:25256788 fatcat:zxt7sgue5fcyvf3pjou6vu323u

The design and implementation of microcomputer-based laboratory instrumentation in the British Columbia high school chemistry curriculum

Daniel Lawrence MacIsaac
1991
Results of student academic performance are presented, along with samples of the interactions used during iterative materials design.  ...  Computer apparatus, software and instructional materials were designed and constructed with feeedback and assistance from students and teachers.  ...  Surrey computers are now secured with cable locks to discourage theft, which would make reproducing MBL events even more difficult.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0055154 fatcat:wywdgrytondbjlegadrgl7pn74

Comparing Change Management Processes for Requirements and Manufacturing: An Interview Based Study

Meredith Sutton, Joshua D. Summers
2021 Volume 5: 26th Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle Conference (DFMLC)   unpublished
changes deal with existing artifacts and require solid documentation.  ...  A series of interviews are then conducted with three different population groups to determine the process stages actually used in the field.  ...  These requirement conflicts can also cause issues with securing outside contractors, who may see the conflicts and choose not to bid on a specific project.  ... 
doi:10.1115/detc2021-69694 fatcat:loygbgt2uvdgxjj4jqyt4bkdvu

Seasteading: A Practical Guide To Homesteading The High Seas

Patri Friedman, Wayne Gramlich
2009 unpublished
While we disagree with the predictions of environmental apocalypse made by many environmentalists, we owe them a great debt.  ...  Air Conditioner Cooling is unlikely to be a big problem on a seastead for the same reasons as heating: temperatures will be moderated by the thermal mass of the ocean and the seastead.  ...  As one source points out: It is really quite easy to get carried away with the environmental security issue.  ... 
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The Therapeutic Effects Upon Dog Owners Who Interact With Their Dogs in a Mindful Way

Amy Jackson-Grossblat, Nancy Carbonell, Dennis Waite
2014 Journal of humanistic psychology  
Specifically, how do these interactions influence relationships with themselves and others?  ...  I chose to examine three individuals' experiences of mindful interactions with their dogs.  ...  He also warns us of assuming that animals and dogs are merely -us‖ in disguise.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022167814559390 fatcat:g4m5d2ud6fdknayrt5lqtlvvpa

WATER SAFETY MANAGEMENT, LEGIONELLA PREVENTION AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN HOSPITALS: A FRAMEWORK FOR ESTATES AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT IN ENGLAND

T Leiblein
2020
It anal-yses the current state of the process of Legionella prevention with a focus in England and with a different way of looking at the problem.  ...  An embedded design applies cases for analysis, that have been empirically collected during an exploratory first phase with cases in the UK, Germany and Switzerland.  ...  Their presence is typically associated with water systems of cooling towers, heat exchange systems, showers, swimming pools, thermal spa or similar situations that create small-size water droplets accessing  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00013058 fatcat:fnm2bkno6nchvkpr2sutnguada

Towards developing CAD/CAM solutions in the retention of extra-oral facial prosthetics

Steffan John Rhys Daniel
2022
My personal point of view, I think the security of them. Magnets are fantastic but once that bond has gone, then it's just gone. There are no warnings.  ...  With the arms extending from the bar you get a more stable prosthesis.  ...  Your personal details and your finished questionnaire will be kept at secure locations within UWIC.  ... 
doi:10.25401/cardiffmet.20332599.v1 fatcat:5hutzdbaljgubcu6uqmnvli3zi

Gender and human-computer interaction [article]

Rosanne Fleury, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Ronald W. Wardell
2005
The notion of sustainable development suggests that development with equity encourages the equitable development of gender-related techology.  ...  With men securing control of key technologies, women are denied the practical experience upon which inventiveness depends.  ...  Abstract feedback can come in the form of a dial or control to indicate the status change, or as a way of attracting attention. such as a blinking warning lipht.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/12067 fatcat:yl3lya24unbtdc7qk55mmbfbam

The emergence of sociotechnical computer integrated manufacturing at a large corporation: a case study

Arek Shakarian
1996
Among these were internal documents, videos, and interviews conducted with factory and office workers.  ...  Are these emerging modes of work which generally are interwoven with Japanese inspired quality improvement programs and associated manufacturing methods producing a more human-centered workplace?  ...  The article reads: "Does XYZ need or want employment security?  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0076942 fatcat:3cykrijh2rhxxoi6hlgq2cbqpq

Farm-level vulnerability to climate change in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, in the context of multiple stressors [article]

Nicholas Andrew Cradock-Henry, University Of Canterbury
2014
The application of the framework was conducted through an empirical study that relied on engagement with and insights from producers who identified current exposure-sensitivity and adaptive capacity.  ...  Budbreak is high (>50%) when winters are cool, but can fall below 20% in warm temperate regions, with flower numbers below economic levels for crop production (Erez 1995) .  ...  Feed to extend lactation may be imported in spring rather than autumn.  ... 
doi:10.26021/6829 fatcat:y63dupzvpjgeredkin6jny2xde

Offshore

Roy Graham
2020
Though I feel I must warn you--well, who knows how extreme our next reintroduction of medication may be if you go another extended period cold turkey." "Fine," said Black.  ...  Don't tell me everything's going to work out." "Okay," said Black. "It's not." "No. I intend to go down with the ship.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-b94h-t982 fatcat:j4cvljnee5fwtg6l3fj5hzzy3u
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