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1 McLeod, R. and Wheatley, P. and Ayris, P. (2006) Lifecycle information for e-literature: full report from the LIFE project. Research report. LIFE Project, London, UK. 158
2 Andersson, Johan and Campkin, Ben (2006) “White tiles. Trickling water. A man!”: The eroticisation of public toilets in literary representations of cottaging in London. In: Penner, Barbara and Gershenson, Olga, (eds). Ladies and gents: public toilets and gender. Forthcoming. 145
3 Hermans, T. (1996) Norms and the determination of translation: a theoretical framework. In: Alvarez, R. and Vidal, M., (eds). Translation, Power, Subversion. Topics in Translation. Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, England, pp. 25-51. ISBN 1853593508 119
4 Cassar, M. (2005) Climate change and the historic environment. Centre for Sustainable Heritage, University College London, London, UK. ISBN 0954483065 114
5 Ayris, P. (2005) Are they open yet? The impact of Open Access publishing on research libraries. In: UK Serials Group 28th Annual Conference and Exhibition, 11-13 April 2005, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. 109
6 Bichard, J. and Hanson, J. and Greed, C. (2007) Who put the P in Policy? The reality of guidelines and legislation in the design of the accessible toilet. In: Include 2007: designing with people. International Conference on Inclusive Design, 2-4 April 2007, London, UK. 101
7 Kunze, J. (2005) The revival of high-rise living in the UK and issues of cost and revenue in relation to height. Thesis (Masters.MSc), UCL (University College London). 101
8 Tagalakis, Aristides D. and Owen, James S. and Simons, J. Paul (2005) Lack of RNA-DNA oligonucleotide (chimeraplast) mutagenic activity in mouse embryos. Molecular Reproduction and Development, 71 (2). pp. 140-144. ISSN 1040452X 98
9 Washer, P. and Joffe, H. (2006) The hospital ‘superbug’: social representations of MRSA. Social Science and Medicine, 63 (8). pp. 2141-2152. ISSN 02779536 96
10 Adell, German (1999) Theories and models of the peri-urban interface: a changing conceptual landscape. Literature review. Development Planning Unit, UCL, London, UK. 95
11 Vaughan, L. (2002) The unplanned 'ghetto': immigrant work patterns in 19th century Manchester. In: Cities of Tomorrow: the 10th Conference of the International Planning History Society, July 2002, University of Westminster, London, UK. 93
12 Kalra, D. (2002) Clinical foundations and information architecture for the implementation of a federated health record service. Thesis (Doctoral.PhD), UCL (University College London). 92
13 Potts, H.W.W. (2005) Online support groups: an overlooked resource for patients. He@lth Information on the Internet, 44 (1). pp. 6-8. 91
14 Vaughan, L. and Hanson, J. and Conroy Dalton, R. (2007) Teaching space syntax through reflective practice. In: Sixth International Space Syntax Symposium, 12-15 Jun 2007, Istanbul, Turkey. 87
15 Thomson, Catherine Claire (2003) Danmarkshistorier: National Imagination and Novel in Late Twentieth-Century Denmark. Thesis (Doctoral.PhD), University of Edinburgh. 87
16 Croxford, B. and Scott, K. (2006) Can PV or Solar Thermal be cost effective ways of reducing CO2 emissions for residential buildings? In: Campbell-Howe, R., (eds). Solar 2006: renewable energy, key to climate recovery. National Solar Conference Proceedings. American Solar Energy Society, Denver, USA. 85
17 Kim, Young-Hoon and Rana, Sanjay and Wise, Steve (2004) Exploring multiple viewshed analysis using terrain features and optimisation techniques. Computers and Geosciences, 30 (9-10). pp. 1019-1032. 85
18 McLeod, R. and Wheatley, P. and Ayris, P. (2006) Lifecycle information for e-literature: a summary from the LIFE project. Research report. LIFE Project, London, UK. 82
19 Vaughan, L. and Penn, A. (2006) Jewish immigrant settlement patterns in Manchester and Leeds 1881. Urban Studies, 43 (3). pp. 653-671. ISSN 00420980 82
20 Miller, William L. (1995) The picture and the letter: male and female creativity in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake. Thesis (Doctoral.PhD), University of New South Wales. 73