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Original articles
Walker D. Australian diving-related fatalities 1995. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):2-12.
Whittle J, Butler CS, Muller R. Functional characteristics of the Wright respirometer and the Dräger volumeter under hyperbaric conditions. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):12-14.
The world as it is
Walker D. Not in front of the children, please! SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):15-16.
Knight J. The Diving and Hyperbaric SIG. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):17-18. 
Letters to the Editor
Davis M. The Annual Scientific Meeting, Waitangi. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):22.
Walker D. Stirring the possum, UK style. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):23.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 1998
Elliot D. Early decompression experience: compressed air work. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):28-34.
Gorman D, Mitchell S. A history of cerebral arterial gas embolism research: key publications. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):34-39.
Acott C. Diving “law-ers”: a brief resume of their lives. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):39-42.
Bevan J. Diving bells through the centuries. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):42-50.
St Leger Dowse M, Bryson P, Gunby A, Fife W. Scuba diving and the menstrual cycle: interim data from the second year of a four prospective study of diving women. SPUMS Journal. 1999;29(1):50-53.

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