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Chandler, JH; Cooper, MAR; Robson, S; (1989) Analytical Aspects of Small Format Surveys using Oblique Aerial Photographs. Journal of Photographic Science , 37 235 - 239.

Croci, G; D Ayala, D; (1989) I crolli ei dissesti del Colosseo: le ipotesi di effetti sismici. L’industria delle costruzioni , 23 , Article 211.

ILIFFE, JC; (1989) GEODESY - THE PROSPECTS FOR GEOPHYSICS. Q J ROY ASTRON SOC , 30 (3) 333 - 338.

Ives, KJ; Fitzpatrick, CSB; (1989) Detachment of deposits from sand grains. Colloids and Surfaces , 39 (1) 239 - 253.

STEGEMANN, JA; COTE, PL; (1989) THE EFFECT OF THE CONTAMINANT IMMOBILIZATION MECHANISM ON ANS-16.1. ABSTR PAP AM CHEM S , 197 63 - ENVR.

TAYLOR, NB; (1989) Speeding up quickest route assignment in CONTRAM using an heuristic algorithm. Traffic Engineering and Control

Proceedings paper

Kemp, KO; Eyre, JR; Al-Hassani, HM; (1989) Plastic flow rules for use in the analysis of compressive membrane action in concrete slabs. In: Armer, GST, (ed.) Frame and slab structures. Butterworths: London.

Simons, RR; Grass, AJ; Kyriacou, AG; (1989) The influence of currents on wave attenuation. In: (Proceedings) 21st International Conference on Coastal Engineering. (pp. 363 - 376). ASCE: New York.

Simons, RR; Kyriacou, AG; Black, KP; (1989) Predicting wave-current interactions at Mallacoota Bay. In: (Proceedings) Coastal and Ocean Engineering. (pp. 297 - 301). Engineers Australia

Report

Caldwell, RJ; Stegemann, JA; Cote, PL; Chao, C; (1989) Evaluation of Soluble Salt Containment in Solidified Wastes.

Christie, N; (1989) The effectiveness of the 1988 police national motorway safety campaign. TRL

Thesis

Cheng, T; (1989) Comparative Analysis of S-Band and L-Band GPS data. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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