Publications by: Meryl Pearce

Also publishes as (Meryl Churchill, Meryl W. Pearce)

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Farr, Marina, Eagle, Lynne, Hay, Rachel, and Churchill, Meryl (2017) Questionnaire design, sampling strategy and preliminary findings: the Burdekin region. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, https://nesptropical.edu.au/index.php/interim-reports-round-2/.

Farr, Marina, Eagle, Lynne, Hay, Rachel, and Churchill, Meryl (2017) Questionnaire design, sampling strategy and preliminary findings: the Wet Tropics region. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, https://nesptropical.edu.au/index.php/interim-reports-round-2/.

Jorgensen, Bradley S., Martin, John F., Pearce, Meryl W., and Willis, Eileen M. (2015) Aligning theory and measurement in behavioral models of water conservation. Water Policy, 17 (4). pp. 762-776.

Willis, Eileen, and Pearce, Meryl (2015) Anthony Giddens: risk, globalisation and indigenous public health. In: Collyer, Fran, (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Social Theory in Health, Illness and Medicine. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 455-470.

Churchill, Meryl, Eagle, Lynne, Low, David, and Schurmann, Andrea (2015) Cut from 'country': the impact of climate change on the mental health of Aboriginal pastoralists. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 21 (1). pp. 50-79.

Pearce, Meryl, Eagle, Lynne, Low, David, and Schurmann, Andrea (2015) Pro-environmental behaviors of climate skeptics: do beliefs matter? A study of the dry tropics, Australia. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Climate Changes, Global Warming, Biological Problems (CGB'15). pp. 50-56. From: 7th International Conference on Climate Changes, Global Warming, Biological Problems (CGB'15), 5-7 September 2015, Seoul, Korea.

Jorgensen, Bradley S., Martin, John F., Pearce, Meryl W., and Willis, Eileen M. (2014) Predicting household water consumption with individual-level variables. Environment and Behaviour, 46 (7). pp. 872-897.

Pearce, Meryl, Willis, Eileen, Mamerow, Loreen, Jorgensen, Bradley, and Martin, John (2014) The prestige of sustainable living: implications for water use in Australia. Geographical Journal, 180 (2). pp. 161-174.

Willis, Eileen, Pearce, Meryl, Mamerow, Loreen, Jorgensen, Bradley, and Martin, John (2013) Perceptions of water pricing during a drought: a case study from South Australia. Water, 5 (1). pp. 197-223.

Jorgensen, Bradley S., Martin, John F., Pearce, Meryl, and Willis, Eileen (2013) Some difficulties and inconsistencies when using habit strength and reasoned action variables in models of metered household water conservation. Journal of Environmental Management, 115. pp. 124-135.

Willis, Eileen, Pearce, Meryl, Mamerow, Loreen, Jorgensen, Bradley, and Martin, John (2013) A healthy scepticism towards water in South Australia. International Journal of Sociology, 33 (5-6). pp. 380-395.

Browett, Heather, Pearce, Meryl, and Willis, Eileen (2012) Cost implications of hard water on health hardware in remote Indigenous communities in the Central Desert region of Australia. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 3 (3). 6.

Willis, Eileen, Pearce, Meryl, and Thallon, Annabel (2012) The potential impact of mainstreaming government services and water on the food security of a regional Indigenous community: insights from a focus group. Australian Indigenous Health Bulletin, 12 (3). July-September.

Pearce, Meryl, Willis, Eileen, Mamerow, Loreen, Jorgensen, Bradley, and Martin, John (2012) A rural-urban divide? Attitudinal differences towards water restrictions in South Australia. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 18 (3). pp. 392-419.

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