Tim T. Werner
Tim T. Werner
ARC DECRA Fellow, School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Melbourne
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Recycling of the rare earth elements
SM Jowitt, TT Werner, Z Weng, GM Mudd
Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry 13, 1-7, 2018
The exposure of global base metal resources to water criticality, scarcity and climate change
SA Northey, GM Mudd, TT Werner, SM Jowitt, N Haque, M Yellishetty, ...
Global Environmental Change 44, 109-124, 2017
The world’s by-product and critical metal resources part III: A global assessment of indium
TT Werner, GM Mudd, SM Jowitt
Ore Geology Reviews 86, 939-956, 2017
Assessing impacts of mining: Recent contributions from GIS and remote sensing
TT Werner, A Bebbington, G Gregory
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (3), 993-1012, 2019
The world's lead-zinc mineral resources: scarcity, data, issues and opportunities
GM Mudd, SM Jowitt, TT Werner
Ore Geology Reviews 80, 1160-1190, 2017
Global platinum group element resources, reserves and mining–A critical assessment
GM Mudd, SM Jowitt, TT Werner
Science of the Total Environment 622, 614-625, 2018
Indium: key issues in assessing mineral resources and long-term supply from recycling
TT Werner, GM Mudd, SM Jowitt
Applied Earth Science 124 (4), 213-226, 2015
Sustainable water management and improved corporate reporting in mining
SA Northey, GM Mudd, TT Werner, N Haque, M Yellishetty
Water Resources and Industry 21, 100104, 2019
The world's by-product and critical metal resources part I: uncertainties, current reporting practices, implications and grounds for optimism
GM Mudd, SM Jowitt, TT Werner
Ore Geology Reviews 86, 924-938, 2017
Global-scale remote sensing of mine areas and analysis of factors explaining their extent
TT Werner, GM Mudd, AM Schipper, MAJ Huijbregts, L Taneja, ...
Global Environmental Change 60, 102007, 2020
Unresolved complexity in assessments of mineral resource depletion and availability
SA Northey, GM Mudd, TT Werner
Natural Resources Research 27, 241-255, 2018
Backlighting the European indium recycling potentials
L Ciacci, TT Werner, I Vassura, F Passarini
Journal of Industrial Ecology 23 (2), 426-437, 2019
Political ecologies of the post-mining landscape: Activism, resistance, and legal struggles over Kalimantan's coal mines
T Toumbourou, M Muhdar, T Werner, A Bebbington
Energy Research & Social Science 65, 101476, 2020
Critical minerals in Australia: A review of opportunities and research needs
GM Mudd, TT Werner, Z Weng, M Yellishetty, E Yuan, S McAlpine, ...
Geoscience Australia, 2018
The world's by-product and critical metal resources part II: A method for quantifying the resources of rarely reported metals
TT Werner, GM Mudd, SM Jowitt
Ore Geology Reviews 80, 658-675, 2017
The Critical Metals: An Overview and Opportunities and Concerns for the Future
SM Jowitt, GM Mudd, TT Werner, Z Weng, DW Barkoff, D McCaffrey
Metals, Minerals, and Society – A 2018 Update. Society of Economic …, 2018
Looking down under for a circular economy of indium
TT Werner, L Ciacci, GM Mudd, BK Reck, SA Northey
Environmental science & technology 52 (4), 2055-2062, 2018
Product flow analysis using trade statistics and consumer survey data: a case study of mobile phones in Australia
A Golev, TT Werner, X Zhu, K Matsubae
Journal of cleaner production 133, 262-271, 2016
Modelling in-use stocks and spatial distributions of household electronic devices and their contained metals based on household survey data
X Zhu, R Lane, TT Werner
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 120, 27-37, 2017
Quantifying the potential for recoverable resources of gallium, germanium and antimony as companion metals in Australia
M Yellishetty, D Huston, TE Graedel, TT Werner, BK Reck, GM Mudd
Ore Geology Reviews 82, 148-159, 2017
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