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Carroll C., Littleboy M. and Halpin M. 1992. Minimising soil erosion and runoff by
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Gardner E.A., Littleboy M. and Beavers P. 1995. Using a water balance model to assess
the hydrological implications of on-site effluent disposal. 16th Federal Convention of the
Australian Water and Waste Water Association, April 1995, Sydney, Australia.
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of the use of an agricultural systems model with land resource survey. AURISA 1992
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pasture in reducing water table recharge. proceedings Grassland Society of NSW, 7th
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Evaluate Conservation Techniques. Queensland Department of Primary Industries,
Bulletin QB89005, 119 pp.
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cropping system. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 30,775-788.
Littleboy, M., Grundy, M.J., Bryant, M.J., Gooding, D.O. and Carey, B.W. 1992c. Using
spatial land resource data and computer simulation modelling to evaluate sustainability of
wheat cropping for a portion of the eastern Darling Downs, Queensland. Mathematics and
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Littleboy M., Smith D.M. and Bryant M. 1995. Simulation modelling to determine suitability
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and production of Alfisols in the semi-arid tropics. I Modelling the effects of soil
management on runoff and erosion. Australian Journal of Soil Research, in press.
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and production of Alfisols in the semi-arid tropics. IV Simulating decline in productivity
caused by soil erosion. Australian Journal of Soil Research, in press.
Thomas E.C., Gardner E.A., Littleboy M. and Shields P.J. 1995. The cropping systems
model PERFECT as a quantitative tool in land evaluation: An example for wheat cropping
in the Maranoa area of Queensland. Australian Journal of Soil Research 33:535-554.