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Dr Deepika Mathur is a Research Fellow at the Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University and is based at the Alice Springs campus. Her area of research is examining ways regional towns can be made more sustainable and healthy through the built environment. In particular she has been conducting research on minimising construction waste generation and ways of recycling and reusing this waste in regional towns such as Alice Springs. She recently won the Smart Cities and Suburbs Grant for Internet of Things and construction waste.
PhD, University of Melbourne
Award Date: 27 Sep 2008
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Do solar energy systems have a mid-life crisis? Valorising renewables and ignoring waste in in regional towns in Australia’s Northern TerritoryMathur, D., Gregory, R. & Hogan, E., Jun 2021, In: Energy research and social science. 76, 101934.
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Mathur, D. & Muhammad, I., 24 May 2021, The Conversation.
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Mathur, D., 2020, In: Rural Society. 29, 3, p. 151-153 3 p.
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Midwife observations on the impact of hot weather on poor perinatal outcomes in central Australia: a qualitative studyMathew, S., Mathur, D., McDonald, E., Chang, A. & Gerritsen, R., Oct 2019, In: Learning Communities Journal. 24, p. 98-112 15 p.
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