Mariam Begum, Anish Aya, Cedric Cheong, Kevin White, Peter Kemp. (2012) Prevalence of fungi in used pillows. Healthy Buildings 2012

Cheong, C.D. and Kemp, P.C. (2007) Hot water extraction in carpeted homes in Western Australia: Effect on airborne fungal spora. In: 14th International Union of Air Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection Associations (IUAPPA) World Congress 2007, 18th Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand (CASANZ) Conference, 9 - 13 September, Brisbane, Queensland.

Cheong, C., P. Dingle (2005) Steam Cleaning Intervention in Residential Environments in Western Australia: Effect on Airborne Fungal Spora and FineParticulates. Journal Indoor and Built Environment 

Lalla, F., Dingle, P. and Cheong, C. (2005) The antibacterial action of cloths and sanitizers and the use of environmental alternatives in food industries. Journal of Environmental Health, 68 (5). pp. 31-35.

Cheong, C. (2005) Cleaning intervention study: Reducing airborne indoor fungi and fine particulates in carpeted Australian homes using intensive, high efficiency HEPA vacuuming. Journal of Environmental Health Research

Cheong, C., P. Dingle, and G. E. St J. Hardy. (2004) Intervention study of airborne fungal spora in homes with portable HEPA filtration units. J. Environ. Monit., 6: 866 - 873

Aaron Maxwell, Peter C. Kemp, Giles E.St.J Hardy and Bernie Dell (2004) An advanced slit-type-volumetric-spore trap for monitoring bioaerosols; new methods for identifying fungal spores. Australasian Plant Pathology 33: 393-400.

Kemp P.C., Esposito B., Lysek G. and Murray F. (2003). Changes in Airborne Fungi from the Outdoors to the Indoor Air: Large HVAC Systems in Non-Problem Buildings in two Different Climates. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, Mar-Apr; 64(2): 269-75.

Kemp P.C., Koch K., Lysek G. and Murray F. (2002). Determining the Growth and Vitality of Micro-organisms in Carpets and Mattresses in Non-Problem Dwellings by Measuring CO2 Released during Respiration. Indoor and Built Environment.  Vol. 11, pp. 214-220

Kemp P.C., Murray F. And Lysek G. (2002). Airborne Fungi in Non-Problem Buildings in a Southern Hemisphere Mediterranean Climate: Preliminary Study of Natural and Mechanical Ventilation. Indoor and Built Environment. Vol. 11, pp. 44-53

Cheong, C.D., Dingle, P.W. and Hardy, G.E.St.J. (2002) Variant indoor fungal levels in residential environments following a cleaning intervention on carpets and soft furnishings. In: Indoor Air 2002 The 9th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 30 June - 5 July, Monterey, California.

Kemp P.C., Lysek G. And Murray F. (2001). Survival and Growth of Micro-Organisms on Air Filtration Media during Initial Loading. Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 35/28, pp 4739-4749

C.D. Cheong, P. C. Kemp, P. Dingle and G.E.St.J. Hardy (2001) Alteration in indoor fungal levels via portable HEPA air filters in bedrooms of asthmatic children, Mycoses, Vol. 44 No. 6, 244, Berlin Germany

Cheong, C.D., Dingle, P.W. and Hardy, G.E.St.J. (2001) The use of HEPA air filters to control airborne indoor fungi. In: IAQ 2001; Moisture, Microbes and Health Effects: Indoor Air Quality and Moisture in Buildings, 4 - 7 November, San Francisco.

Cedric Cheong, Peter Kemp, Giles Hardy and Peter Dingle (2000). Indoor air fungi investigation of carpeted houses treated with different cleaning methods. Mycoses, Vol. 43 No. 6, 247, Berlin Germany

P. C. Kemp (1999). A relationship between airborne fungi and bacteria with suspended particulates, VOCs and odours before, on and after the air filters of a HVAC system in a non-complaint building. Mycoses, Vol. 42 No. 3, 220-221, Berlin Germany

Peter C. Kemp, Peter Dingle (1998). Particulate Matter Intervention Study: A Causal Factor of Building-Related Symptoms in an older Building: Indoor Air, Vol. 8, 153-171, Munksgaard Press, Denmark