David Freebairn
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An overview of APSIM, a model designed for farming systems simulation
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European journal of agronomy 18 (3-4), 267-288, 2003
24142003
APSIM: a novel software system for model development, model testing and simulation in agricultural systems research
RL McCown, GL Hammer, JNG Hargreaves, DP Holzworth, DM Freebairn
Agricultural systems 50 (3), 255-272, 1996
10771996
Impact of soil erosion on production in cropping systems. I. Development and validation of a simulation model
M Littleboy, DM Silburn, DM Freebairn, DR Woodruff, GL Hammer, ...
Soil Research 30 (5), 757-774, 1992
2561992
A study of soil erosion on Vertisols of the eastern Darling Downs, Queensland. I. Effects of surface conditions on soil movement within contour bay catchments
DM Freebairn, GH Wockner
Soil Research 24 (2), 135-158, 1986
1921986
No-tillage and conservation farming practices in grain growing areas of Queensland–a review of 40 years of development
GA Thomas, GW Titmarsh, DM Freebairn, BJ Radford
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 47 (8), 887-898, 2007
1662007
PERFECT-A computer simulation model of Productivity Erosion Runoff Functions to Evaluate Conservation Techniques
M Littleboy, DM Silburn, DM Freebairn, DR Woodruff, GL Hammer
Bulletin-Queensland Department of Primary Industries (Australia), 1989
1631989
The effect of crop type, crop rotation, and tillage practice on runoff and soil loss on a Vertisol in central Queensland
C Carroll, M Halpin, P Burger, K Bell, MM Sallaway, DF Yule
Soil Research 35 (4), 925-940, 1997
1181997
Reflections on collectively working toward sustainability: indicators for indicators!
DM Freebairn, CA King
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 43 (3), 223-238, 2003
1112003
The sustainability indicator industry: where to from here? A focus group study to explore the potential of farmer participation in the development of indicators
C King, J Gunton, D Freebairn, J Coutts, I Webb
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 40 (4), 631-642, 2000
1062000
Controlled traffic farming restores soil structure
AD McHugh, JN Tullberg, DM Freebairn
Soil and Tillage Research 104 (1), 164-172, 2009
1042009
Traffic and residue cover effects on infiltration
Y Li, JN Tullberg, DM Freebairn
Soil Research 39 (2), 239-247, 2001
1002001
Wheel traffic and tillage effects on runoff and crop yield
YX Li, JN Tullberg, DM Freebairn
Soil and Tillage Research 97 (2), 282-292, 2007
952007
Research and development of reduced tillage systems for Vertisols in Queensland, Australia
DM Freebairn, LD Ward, AL Clarke, GD Smith
Soil and Tillage Research 8, 211-229, 1986
941986
Influence of aggregate size and microrelief on development of surface soil crusts
DM Freebairn, SC Gupta, WJ Rawls
Soil Science Society of America Journal 55 (1), 188-195, 1991
881991
Change in infiltration characteristics associated with cultivation history of soils in south-eastern Queensland
RD Connolly, DM Freebairn, BJ Bridge
Soil Research 35 (6), 1341-1358, 1997
84*1997
Strategic tillage in no-till farming systems in Australia’s northern grains-growing regions: II. Implications for agronomy, soil and environment
YP Dang, PW Moody, MJ Bell, NP Seymour, RC Dalal, DM Freebairn, ...
Soil and Tillage Research 152, 115-123, 2015
812015
Tillage methods and soil and water conservation in Australia
DM Freebairn, RJ Loch, AL Cogle
Soil and Tillage Research 27 (1-4), 303-325, 1993
671993
The Brigalow Catchment Study: II*. Clearing brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) for cropping or pasture increases runoff
CM Thornton, BA Cowie, DM Freebairn, CL Playford
Soil Research 45 (7), 496-511, 2007
622007
The Agricultural Production Systems Simulator (APSIM): its history and current capability
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 18, 267-288, 2003
602003
Hydrologic effects of crop residue management practices
DM Freebairn, WC Boughton
Soil Research 23 (1), 23-35, 1985
601985
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