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Patterns of Water: Resource Pack

Browne, A.L., Pullinger, M., Anderson, B., & Medd, W.

Lancaster, United Kingdom: Lancaster University ; 2013.

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This is a resource pack that we have put together from the cluster analysis results of a survey, and qualitative interviews, conducted across the south and south east of England exploring practices using water in the home and garden. We are happy for you to use this resource pack in policy, business, and teaching however please reference as: Browne, A.L., Pullinger, M., Medd, W., & Ander-son, B. (2013). Patterns of Water: Resource pack. Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK. More infor-mation can be found in our final report (Pullinger et al 2013) or email Dr Alison Browne alison.browne@manchester.ac.uk .

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Lancaster, United Kingdom
Abstract:
This is a resource pack that we have put together from the cluster analysis results of a survey, and qualitative interviews, conducted across the south and south east of England exploring practices using water in the home and garden. We are happy for you to use this resource pack in policy, business, and teaching however please reference as: Browne, A.L., Pullinger, M., Medd, W., & Ander-son, B. (2013). Patterns of Water: Resource pack. Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK. More infor-mation can be found in our final report (Pullinger et al 2013) or email Dr Alison Browne alison.browne@manchester.ac.uk .

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Manchester eScholar ID:
uk-ac-man-scw:187781
Created by:
Browne, Alison
Created:
18th February, 2013, 10:38:31
Last modified by:
Browne, Alison
Last modified:
16th July, 2015, 17:51:25

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