Tony Craig
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Techniques for water and wastewater management: a review of techniques and their integration in planning
R Burkhard, A Deletic, A Craig
Urban water 2 (3), 197-221, 2000
1362000
The great outdoors? Exploring the mental health benefits of natural environments
DG Pearson, T Craig
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1178, 2014
1092014
Unearthing the picturesque: The validity of the preference matrix as a measure of landscape aesthetics
APN Van der Jagt, T Craig, J Anable, MJ Brewer, DG Pearson
Landscape and Urban Planning 124, 1-13, 2014
492014
Design and use of a virtual heritage model to enable a comparison of active navigation of buildings and spaces with passive observation
R Laing, A Conniff, T Craig, CG Diaz, S Scott
Automation in Construction 16 (6), 830-841, 2007
332007
Overcoming client and market resistance to prefabrication and standardisation in housing
M Edge, A Craig, R Laing, L Abbott, A Hargreaves, J Scott, S Scott
Aberdeen, Rober Gordon University, DETR and EPSRC, 2002
282002
A comparison of active navigation and passive observation of desktop models of future built environments
A Conniff, T Craig, R Laing, C Galán-Díaz
Design Studies 31 (5), 419-438, 2010
262010
Does work-life balance affect pro-environmental behaviour? Evidence for the UK using longitudinal microdata
PC Melo, J Ge, T Craig, MJ Brewer, I Thronicker
Ecological Economics 145, 170-181, 2018
252018
The north east scotland energy monitoring project: exploring relationships between household occupants and energy usage
T Craig, JG Polhill, I Dent, C Galan-Diaz, S Heslop
Energy and Buildings 75, 493-503, 2014
202014
An approach for assessing clustering of households by electricity usage
I Dent, T Craig, U Aickelin, T Rodden
Available at SSRN 2828465, 2012
202012
The social acceptability of prefabrication and standardisation in relation to new housing
A Craig, R Laing, M Edge
16th IAPS Conference: 21st century: Cities, Social Life and Sustainable …, 2000
202000
Variability of behaviour in electricity load profile clustering; who does things at the same time each day?
I Dent, T Craig, U Aickelin, T Rodden
Industrial Conference on Data Mining, 70-84, 2014
162014
A methodological approach to understanding the wellbeing and restorative benefits associated with greenspace
A Conniff, T Craig
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 19, 103-109, 2016
152016
An agent-based model for simulating environmental behavior in an educational organization
N Sánchez-Marońo, A Alonso-Betanzos, O Fontenla-Romero, ...
Neural Processing Letters 42 (1), 89-118, 2015
132015
Streetscapes: Their contribution to wealth creation and quality of life
A Davies, R Laing, A Craig, D Miller, W Chen, P Horne, J Morrice, S Scott
The Robert Gordon University The Macaulay Institute, Aberdeen, 2002
122002
Finding the creatures of habit; Clustering households based on their flexibility in using electricity
I Dent, U Aickelin, T Rodden, T Craig
Clustering Households Based on Their Flexibility in Using Electricity …, 2012
112012
Shopping versus nature? An exploratory study of everyday experiences
TP Craig, A Fischer, A Lorenzo-Arribas
Frontiers in psychology 9, 9, 2018
102018
Food self‐provisioning in Europe: an exploration of sociodemographic factors in five regions
J Vávra, B Megyesi, B Duží, T Craig, R Klufová, M Lapka, E Cudlínová
Rural Sociology 83 (2), 431-461, 2018
92018
Too much of a good thing? Using a spatial agent-based model to evaluate “unconventional” workplace sharing programmes
J Ge, JG Polhill, TP Craig
Journal of Transport Geography 69, 83-97, 2018
92018
Combining diverse data sources for CEDSS, an agent-based model of domestic energy demand
NM Gotts, G Polhill, T Craig, C Galan-Diaz
Structure and Dynamics 7 (1), 2014
82014
Social, temporal and situational influences on meat consumption in the UK population
GW Horgan, A Scalco, T Craig, S Whybrow, JI Macdiarmid
Appetite 138, 1-9, 2019
72019
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