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2013Public understanding of climate change and adaptation in South Australia: Final reportHanson-Easey, S.; Bi, P.; Hansen, A.; Williams, S.; Nitschke, M.; Saniotis, A.; Zhang, Y.; Hodgetts, K.; National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
2012Projected burden of disease for Salmonella infection due to increased temperature in Australian temperate and subtropical regionsZhang, Y.; Bi, P.; Hiller, J.
2014Climate change and vector-borne viral diseasesZhang, Y.; Hansen, A.; Bi, P.
2014The impact of climate change on infectious disease transmission: perceptions of CDC health professionals in Shanxi Province, ChinaWei, J.; Hansen, A.; Zhang, Y.; Li, H.; Liu, Q.; Sun, Y.; Xue, S.; Zhao, S.; Bi, P.
2010Climate variations and Salmonella infection in Australian subtropical and tropical regionsZhang, Y.; Bi, P.; Hiller, J.
2010Meteorological variables and malaria in a Chinese temperate city: A twenty-year time-series data analysisZhang, Y.; Bi, P.; Hiller, J.
2013Risk factors for direct heat-related hospitalization during the 2009 Adelaide heatwave: A case crossover studyZhang, Y.; Nitschke, M.; Bi, P.
2015The effect of temperature on different Salmonella serotypes during warm seasons in a Mediterranean climate city, Adelaide, AustraliaMillazzo, A.; Giles, L.; Zhang, Y.; Koehler, A.; Hiller, J.; Bi, P.
2016Evaluation of a heat warning system in Adelaide, South Australia, using case-series analysisNitschke, M.; Tucker, G.; Hansen, A.; Williams, S.; Zhang, Y.; Bi, P.
2017Factors influencing knowledge, food safety practices and food preferences during warm weather of Salmonella and Campylobacter cases in South AustraliaMilazzo, A.; Giles, L.; Zhang, Y.; Koehler, A.; Hiller, J.; Bi, P.