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Spies, A., Wegener, M. K., Chamala, S. and Beeton, R.J.S. (2001). Abstract: The use of WWW Based Electronic Surveys to Gather Stakeholder Feedback - Can it benefit Rural Extension?. In: B.S Hansra; K. Vijayaragavan, National Conference on Agribusiness and Extension Management: Status, issues and strategies: Abstracts. National Conference on Agribusiness and Extension Management, Manage, Hyderabad, (104-104). 7-8 December 2001. 155  
Spies, A., Wegener, M. K., Chamala, S. and Beeton, R.J.S. (2002). Aplicabilidade do mAndo Ciclo de Vida (ACV) na avaliados impactos ambientais da agricultura. In: Sergio Pinheiro, V SimpLatino-americano sobre Investigae Extensem Sistemas Agropecu- IESA e V Encontro da Sociedade Brasileira de Sistemas de Produ- SBSP, IESA/SBSP. V SimpLatino-americano sobre Investigae Extensem Sistemas Agr, Florianopolis, Brazil, (). 20-23 May 2002. 143  
Majumdar, P., Chamala, S. and Western, J. S. (1999). Building alliances between non government organisations and local people: A case from an Indian NGO. In: Building Partnerships for Better Development - Conference Proceedings. Building Partnerships for Better Development, Bangkok: Sukhothai Thammathirat Open Univ., (132-140). Sept, 1998. 77  
Supriadi, M. and Chamala, S. (1999) Challenges in implementing participatory research approach: A case of Indonesian rubber industry. The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 6 2: 111-122. 45  
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (1999). Community participation in social and resource management issues: Reflections from an Indonesian case. In: Book of Abstracts of 1999 International Symposium on Society Resource Management. The 1999 Internationl Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Univ. of Qld., (147). 7 - 10 July, 1999. 50  
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (1999) Community Participation Social and Resource Management: Reflections from Indonesian Cases. KOMUNITAS - A Journal of Rural Studies, 3 1: 40-58. 61  
Coughenour, C. M. and Chamala, S. Conservation Tillage and Cropping Innovation: Constructing the New Culture of Agriculture. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 2000. 65  
Chamala, S. (1999). Developing extension strategies to facilitate water use efficiency. In S. R. Raine (Ed.), Research, development and extension in irrigation and water use efficiency: A review for the rural water use efficiency initiative (pp. 95-102) Toowoomba, Queensland: National Cen. for Engineering in Agriculture, USQ. 62  
Sharma, S. and Chamala, S. (2000) Ensuring Sustainable Rural Financing by Commercial Banks. Indian Journal of Extension Education, 35 1 & 2: 79-89. 79  
Spies, A., Wegener, M. K., Chamala, S. and Beeton, R. J. S. (2002). Estimating Environmental Impact from Poultry Production in Brazil Using LCA. In: T. Grant, 3rd Australian Conference on Life Cycle Assessment. 3rd Australian Conference on Life Cycle Assessment, Gold Coast, (1-11). 5-17 July 2002. 450  
Chamala, S. (1999). Factors affecting diffusion and adoption process. In Stephen R. Raine (Ed.), Research, Development and Extension in Irrigation and Water Use Efficiency (pp. 80-94) Toowoomba, Queensland: National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture USQ. 372  
Suadnya, I., Chamala, S. and Keith, K. J. (1998) Factors affecting group effectiveness: A case of Supra Insus groups in West Lombok - Indonesia. Komunitas, 2 1: 75-92, 95. 1049  
Spies, A., Chamala, S., Beeton, R. J. S. and Cameron, D. C. (2000). From Waste to Wealth: a Case Study of an Innovative, Profitable Total Waste Management System in an Australian Piggery. In: The 2000 Eco-management and Auditing Conference +Research Workshop on Corporate Environmental Management. The 2000 Eco-management and Auditing Conference, Unversity of Manchester, (262-270). 29 -30 June 2000. 124  
Cameron, D. C. and Chamala, S. (1999). Future profit in Queensland: The positive impact of an adult education program on sustainable farming. In: Proceedings International Farm Management Conference. , Durban, South Africa, (421-432). 17-24 July 1999. 74  
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (2000). Group Approach in Indonesian Agricultural Extension: A Need for Paradigm Shift. In: S.M.P.P Bergamasco, L. S. Medeiros and W. Y. Jorge, X World Congress of Rural Sociology XXXVIII Bazilian Congress of Rural Economy and Sociology Abstracts and CD Rom Full Paper. X World Congress of Rural Sociology, Rio de Janerio - Hotle Gloria, (). 30 July - 5 August, 2000. 108  
Suadnya, I., Chamala, S. and Keith, K. J. (1999) Group Cohesiveness (Case study of successful and less successful Farmer Groups in Supra Insus Program, West Lombok). KOMUNITAS - Journal of Rural Studies, 3 1: 59-66. 403  
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (1999). Groups and their roles: Contrasting top-down and bottom-up approaches in addressing social and resource management issues in Indonesia. In: Book of Abstracts of 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. The 1999 Internationl Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Univ. of Qld., (147). 7 - 10 July, 1999. 43  
Chamala, S., Spies, A. and Holz, E. (2000). Helping Farmers Shift to Sustainable Family Farming Systems Using Accounting Extension Method: Two Successful Case Studies from Santa Catarina - Brazil. In: S. M. P. P. Bergamasco, L. S. Medeiros and W. Y. Jorge, XXXVIII Brazilian Congress of Rural Economy and Sociology Abstracts. X World Congress of Rural Sociology, Rio de Janerio - Hotle Gloria, (1-185). 30 July - 5 August, 2000. 64  
Spies, A., Wegener, M. K., Chamala, S. and Beeton, R.J.S. (2001). Impact of the Vertically Integrated Pig and Poultry Industries on Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Family Farming Systems in Brazil. In: B.S. Hansra; K. Vijayaaragavan, Abstracts: National conference on Agribusiness and Extension Management: Status, issues and strategies. National Conference on Agribusiness and Extension Management, , (137-137). 7-8 December 2001. 99  
Chamala, S. (2003). Key Issues and Challenges in Technology Transfer in Agricultural Industry (Oil Palm). In: Proceedings of PIPCO 2003 International Palm Oil Congress. Palm Oil: The Power-House for the Global Oils, Fats & Economy, Malaysia, (585-612). 24-28 August 2003. 117  
Spies, A., Wegener, M. K., Chamala, S. and Beeton, R. J. S. (2002). Life cycle Assessment of Pig and Poultry Production in Santa Catarins, Brazil - A comparison of the environmental impacts. In: 4th Queensland Environmental Conference Proceedings: Environmental Solutions: Meeting the Challenge in 2002. 4th Queensland Environmental Conference, Brisbane, (). 30-31 May 2002. 542  
Chamala, S. (1999). Linking farm management to community management of natural resources for sustainable development: Need for a participatory action learning approach. In: R. P. Reis, J. B. de Lima and J. G. de Andrade, Farm Management and Agribusiness in Third Millennium. 3rd Brazilian Farm Management Congress, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, (1-24). 30 June - 3 July, 1999. 57  
Cameron, D. C. and Chamala, S. (2002). Measuring Impacts of an Holistic Farm Business Management Training Program. In: 13th International IFMA Congress of Farm Managements. 13th International IFMA Congress of Farm Management, Papendal, Netherlands, (). 7th -12th July, 2002. 54  
Cameron, D. C. and Chamala, S. (2001). Measuring Impacts of an Holistic Farm Business Management Training Program. In: John James, APEN 2001 International Conference Refereed Proceedings. APEN 2001 International Conference, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, (55-64). 3-5 October 2001. 24  
Cameron, D. and Chamala, S. A. (2004) Measuring impacts of an holistic farm business management training program. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44 6: 531-538. doi:10.1071/EA02058 57   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Chamala, S. and Muktasam, A. (1999) Modified Participatory Action Research for Conducting Research in Extension. Indian Journal of Extension Education, 35 1 & 2: 17-27. 53  
Sharma, S. and Chamala, S. (2003) Moneylender's Positive Image: Paradigms and Rural Development. Economics and Political Weekly, April 26 2003: 1713-1720. 60  
Chamala, S. (1999). New approaches to research, development and extension for sustainable agriculture and the environment: Implications for South Asia. In Mohammad Alauddin and Samiul Hasan (Ed.), Development, governance and the environment in South Asia: A focus on Bangladesh (pp. 257-278) Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire & London: Macmillan Press. 29  
Teixeira, S. R., Chamala, S. A., Cowan, R. T. and Western, M. (2004) Participatory approach for the identification of dairy industry needs in the design of research, development and extension actions: Australian and Brazilian case studies. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44 6: 521-530. doi:10.1071/EA01187 132   5 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Teixeira, S., Chamala, S. and Cowan, R.T. (2001). Participatory Approach to Identify Sustainable Dairy Industry needs for the Design of R, D & E Actions in Australia and Brazil. In: Mark Paine, APEN2001 International Conference: Exploring beyond the boundaries of extension and paving the way for a positive future for regional communities. APEN2001 International Conference: Exploring beyond the bounda, The University of Southern Queensland - Toowoomba, (225-232). 3-5 October 2001. 39  
Abdurrahman, M. and Chamala, S. (1998) Poverty alleviation program in West Nusa Tenggara Province Indonesia: An analysis of government policy and program from community development perspective. Komunitas, 2 1: 61-74. 51  
Chamala, S. (1999). Review of irrigation and water use efficiency extension programs. In Stephen R. Raine (Ed.), Research, development and extension in irrigation and water use efficiency: A review for the rural water use efficiency initiative (pp. 72-79) Toowoomba, Queensland: The University of Southern Queensland. 63  
Chamala, S. (1999). Review of research, development and extension models. In Stephen R. Raine (Ed.), Research, development and extension in irrigation and water use efficiency: A review for the rural water use efficiency initiative (pp. 58-71) Toowoomba, Queensland: The University of Southern Queensland. 49  
Muktasam, A. and Chamala, S. (2000). Rural Development Approaches in Developing Countries: An Indonesian Case Study of People Participating through Groups. In R. K. Samanta (Ed.), New vista in rural development: Strategies and approaches 1st ed. (pp. 221-258) New Delhi: B. R. Publishing Corporation. 98  
Mendez De Martinez, Y., Chamala, S. and Frank, B. R. (2000). Socio-economic, Resources and Policy Factors Affecting Rural Poverty in Mexico. In: S. M. P. P. Bergamasco, L. S. Medeiros and W. Y. Jorge, XXXVIII Brazilian Congress of Rural Economy and Sociology Abstracts CD Rom for Full Paper. X World Congress of Rural Sociology, Rio de Janerio - Hotel Gloria, (). 30 July - 5 August, 2000. 173  
Spies, A., Chamala, S., Wegener, M. K., Beeton, R. J. S. and Cameron, D. C. (2000). Sustainability Indicators for the Pig Industry in Santa Catarina - Brazil. In: Proceedings of the 2000 Research Conference. 2000 Research Conference, University of Queensland Gatton, (). 4 October, 2000. 43  
Spies, A., Wegener, M. K., Chamala, S. and Beeton, R.J.S. (2002). Sustainability of the Pig and Poultry Industries in Santa Catarina State, Brazil: Challenges for socio-economic researchers, extension professionals and operators. In: Jeff Bennett, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Conference. 46th Annual Conference, AARES, Canberra, (). 13-15 February 2002. 62  
Spies, A., Spies, C., Chamala, S., Wegener, M. K. and Beeton, R.J.S. (2001). The Need for Environmental Extension Education in Facilitating Sustainability of Pig and Poultry Industries in Santa Catarina State, Brazil. In: Mark Paine, APEN2001 International Conference: Exploring beyond the boundaries of extension and paving the way for a positive future for regional communities. APEN2001 International Conference: Exploring beyond the boundaries of extension and paving the way for a positive future for regional communities., The University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, (175-182). 3-5 October 2001. 69  
Budastra, I. and Chamala, S. (2003) Toward a Sustainable Credit System for Rice Farmers in Indonesia: Learning from Below, Farmers and Informal Money Lenders. Komunitas, 5 1-2: 46-58. 71