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2016Biogeography of photoheterotrophic microbes in coastal waters of AustraliaBibiloni Isaksson, Jaime
2014The biology, ecology and conservation of White's seahorse Hippocampus whiteiHarasti, DI
2010Biomechanics of the baseball swingInkster, BJ
2002Birth dirt : relations of power in childbirthCallaghan, HM
2005Birthing business in the bush : it's time to listenKildea, Susan Verlie
2005BlackBOX : painting a digital picture of documented memoryPentes, T
2013Blogging a new life : an analysis of blogs written by recently arrived Hungarian immigrants living in AustraliaPeter, MG
2006Blood ties : and 'Kings. what a good idea' : monarchy in epic fantasy fictionFreeman, PE
1998Blurring the boundaries : breastfeeding as discursive construction and embodied experienceSchmied, V
2008Board governance and strategic orientation in nonprofit sport organisations with a dual board systemYeh, CM
2001Bodily impositions : a phenomenological re-casting of space and architectureLight, A
2016Body as instrument : an exploration of gestural interface designMainsbridge, Mary Michelle
2011The body of Chinese medicine and contemporary practiceGarvey, M
2005Bone mineral density measurements and the development of patient selection criteria for patients requiring hip resurfacing surgeryCordingley, RL
2006Boundary crossing problems in insuranceSidorowicz, R
2008Braided channels : documentary voice from an interdiscplinary, cross-media, and practitioners's perspectiveFitzsimons, T
2005Brain activity in people with spinal cord injury, with applications to brain-computer interfaces for neuroprosthetic controlBoord, PR
2014Breast cancer in Chinese media : privatization, cultural politics and subjectivityGao, Y
2016Breathing life into pursed lip breathing and the implications of designing a productLewis, Elizabeth Mary Kathleen
2015Bridge pier flow interaction and its effect on the process of scouringShrestha, CK