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Browsing publications by Dr Charlotte Paterson.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Ruth Kennedy-Walker
David Alderson
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Optimisation and costing of faecal sludge management options for Lusaka's informal settlements2016
Dr Charlotte Paterson
John Gowing
Self-supply as an alternative approach to water access in rural scattered regions: evidence from a rural microcatchment in Colombia2016
Ruth Kennedy-Walker
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Charlotte Paterson
The impact of community social dynamics on achieving improved sanitation access for the urban poor: The case of Lusaka, Zambia2015
Ruth Kennedy-Walker
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Charlotte Paterson
The role of power, politics and history in achieving sanitation service provision in informal urban environments: a case study of Lusaka, Zambia2015
Ruth Kennedy-Walker
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Challenges for the future of urban sanitation planning: critical analysis of John Kalbermatten’s influence.2014
Dr Claire Furlong
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Temporal changes in peri-urban drinking water practices and quality2013
Dr Claire Furlong
Dr Charlotte Paterson
What's going on? Exploring drinking water practices as an outsider2008
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Professor Thomas Curtis
Pro-poor sanitation technologies2007
Dr Claire Furlong
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Who says the water is clean? A case study on the drinking water practices and perception in Bellavista Nanay, Peru2007
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Diurnal variation of algal concentration in waste stabilisation ponds2006
Worawan Nakbanpot
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and suitable methods to manage water and wastewater for households in Bangkok Metropolitan, Thailand2006
Worawan Nakbanpot
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and sustainable methods to manage household water and wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households2006
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and Sustainable Methods to Manage Household Water and Wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households2006
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and Sustainable Methods to Manage Household Water and Wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households.2006
Worawan Nakbanpot
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and sustainable methods to manage water use and wastewater production by Bangkok households2006
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Professor Thomas Curtis
Physical and Chemical Environments2005
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Professor Thomas Curtis
Physical and chemical environments2005
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Angela Tregear
Johanne Allinson
In search of the concerned consumer: UK public perceptions of food, farming and buying local2003
Dr Charlotte Paterson
David Elliott
Professor Thomas Curtis
Theory based modelling of the algal concentration in waste stabilisation ponds with variable photosynthetic characteristics.2003
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Angela Tregear
Johanne Allinson
How responsive are consumers to ‘buying local’?: a study of public perceptions of food and farming in the wake of Foot and Mouth Disease2002
Dr Charlotte Paterson
David Elliott
Professor Thomas Curtis
Variable photosynthetic characteristics in waste stabilisation ponds2002
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Professor Thomas Curtis
Vertical versus horizontal modelling in algal modelling for waste stabilisation ponds.2000