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2012Clinal variation in life-history traits of the invasive plant species Echium plantagineum L.Konarzewski, TK
2012Clinical stories shared at handover compared with formal documentation by child and family health nursesKookarkin, JL
2012Clothing comfort, health and wellness in general duty police load bearing vests from 2008 to present dayVaughan, SP
2006A coevolutionary framework for engaging trading partners in interorganisational e-commerceMcCabe, B
2009Collaborative and cross-company project management within the automotive industry using the Balanced ScorecardNiebecker, KD
2015Collaborative wellness through dynamic role alignmentRose, John Frederick
2014Collected works related to the development of the modern cochlear implantWilson, BS
1997Combining educational aspects with new technology : teaching basic statistics using hypermediaMendez, Decler Arnaldo
2013Commodity derivative pricing under the benchmark approachDu, K
2006Common pleasures : low culture in Sydney 1887-1914Doyle, S
2005Communication in effective and ineffective teams : a longitudinal study investigating team members' task and socio-emotional verbal behavioursStaudinger, Katrin Ilka
2004Communication in the delivery of projects in multicultural environmentsAdu, J
2005Communicative activism and human rightsSpry, DCD
2013Communities, co-management and world heritage : the case of KokodaReggers, AL
1995Community emergentBeresford, JR
1998Community structure of cliff-top coastal healthlands in Botany Bay National Park, SydneyFullerton, Robert Nigel
2015Community-based intervention to improve hypertension management in ThailandAnuruang, Sakuntala
2013Comparative ecophysiology of eucalyptus woodlands along a depth-to-groundwater gradientZolfaghar, S
2011Comparative study and analysis of control design on industrial boiler with different control techniquesBaig, JA
2007A comparison of decision-making by “expert” and “novice” nurses in the clinical setting, monitoring patient haemodynamic status post Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm surgeryHoffman, K