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Martinez-Garcia, Alejandro Nicolas (2005). A complex co-evolutionary systems approach to the management of sustainable grasslands : a case study in Mexico PhD Thesis, School of Physical Sciences, University of Queensland. 450 1381
Abdurrahman, Muktasam (2001). A longitudinal study of group roles in Indonesian rural development : an analysis of policy formulation, implementation and learning outcomes PhD Thesis, School of Natural and Rural Systems Management, The University of Queensland. 157 1
McKeon, G. M., Chilcott, C., McGrath, W., Paton, C., Fraser, G., Stone, G. S. and Ryan, J. G. (2008) Assessing the value of trees in sustainable grazing systems. (NBP.316), Brisbane, Meat and Livestock Australia. 122  
Vance, P. N. (Peter Neil) (1984). A study of record keeping and cropping practices in the context of the farming systems - South Burnett, Queensland Master's Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 169  
Back, W. and Beasley, S. R. (2007). Case Study Analysis of the Benefits of Genetically Modified Cotton. In: O'Reilly, S., Keane, M. and Enright, P., Proceedings of the 16th International Farm Management Association Congress. 16th International Farm Management Association Congress, Cork, Ireland, (247-266). 15-20 July 2007. 154  
Truong, Vinh, Truong, Tuyen T., Bhandari, Bhesh and Fukai, Shu (2011) Controlling rice kernel cracking in the field and post-harves processes in the Mekong Delta Ha Noi, Vietnam: Information and Communications Publishing House 87 311
Rankin, M. and Russell, I. (2006). Emerging Structures of Farmer Cooperatives in Vietnam: Case studies from the Mekong Delta. In: P. J. Batt, Acta Horticulturae: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Improving the Performance of Supply Chains in the Transitional Economies. 1st International Symposium on Improving the Performance of Supply Chains in the Transitional Economies, Chiang Mai, Thailand, (365-372). 19-23 July 2005. 162   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Rahayu, N. H., Smith, C. and Russell, I. W. (2005). Going Organic: Farmers' perceptions of benefits and costs. In: Ulrich Kopke, Urs Niggli, Daniel Neuhoff, Peter Cornish and William Lockeretz and Helga Willer, Researching Sustainable Systems. Proceedings of the First Scientific Conference of the International Society of Organic Agriculture Research (ISOFAR). The First Scientific Conference of the ISOFAR in cooperation with the IFOAM and NASAA, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, (295-298). 21-23 September 2005. 104  
Khatri, Yunus and Collins, Raymond J. (2007) Impact and status of HACCP in the Australian Meat Industry. British Food Journal, 109 5: 343-354. doi:10.1108/00070700710746768 201   23 Cited 23 times in Scopus23 0
Bernardo,, Cameron, D. C., Conforte, and Sorokin, (2005). Improving Agriculture Students' Understanding of Global Production Systems Through Distance Learning. In: Ana Paula Silva - Cepela/Esalq/USP, Developing Entrepreneurship Abilities to Feed the World in a Sustainable Way: IFMA Proceedings. 15th International Farm Management Congress, Campinas, Brasil, (182-187). 14-19 August 2005. 49  
Sjah, T., Cameron, D. C. and Russell, I. W. (2005). Improving Living Standards of Small Producers in Lombok Indonesia: Entrepreneurship can be the key. In: Ana Paula Silva - Cepea/Esalq/USP, Developing Entrepreneurship Abilities to Feed the World in a Sustainable Way: IFMA Proceedings. 15th International Farm Management Congress, Campinas, Brasil, (174-181). 14-19 August 2005. 79  
Cramb, R. A. and Culasero, Z. (2003) Landcare and livelihoods: The promotion and adoption of conservation farming systems in the Philippine uplands. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 1 2: 141-154. 529 2128
Emtage, Nick F., Herbohn, John L. and Harrison, Steve R. (2007) Landholder profiling and typologies for natural resource-management policy and program support: Potential and constraints. Environmental Management, 40 3: 481-492. doi:10.1007/s00267-005-0359-z 76   28 Cited 30 times in Scopus30 0
Emtage, Nick, Herbohn, John L. and Harrison, Steve R. (2006) Landholder Typologies Used in the Development of Natural Resource Management Programs in Australia - A Review. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 13 2: 79-94. 467 1110
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. 59  
Smith, E. G., Leung, L., Phaloeun, C. and Sopheap, U. (2002) Rice Field Fish Farming Integrated with Rodent Pest Management in Cambodia. Cambodian Journal of Agriculture, 6 9-14. 1272 576
Nguyen, Nam, Wegener, Malcolm, Russell, Iean, Cameron, Donald, Coventry, David and Cooper, Ian (2005). Risk management strategies by Australian farmers. In: Ana Paula Silva - Cepea/Esalq/USP, Developing Entrepreneurship Abilities to Feed the World in a Sustainable Way: IFMA Proceedings. The 15th International Farm Management Conference, Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, (94-103). 14-19 August, 2005. 125 105
Hungerford, Linda (1991). Sugarcane farming in the Bundaberg district 1945 to 1985 : major issues, problems and highlights from the growers' perspective M.A. Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, The University of Queensland. 251 532
Dunne, A. J. (2001) Supply Chain Management: Fad, panacea or opportunity?. Occassional Paper, 8 1: 1-40. 429  
Dunne, A. J. (2001) Supply Chain Management: Fad, panacea or opportunity?. Agribusiness Perspectives, Paper 48: 1-24. 143  
Chataway, Robert G. (2004). Sustaining soil resources on dairy farms based on crops in southern Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Natural and Rural Systems Management, The University of Queensland. 127 8
Broadley, R H, Collins, R. J., George, A., Isaacson, B., Jeffers, S., Ledger, S., Nissen, B. and Rigden, P. Sweet Persimmon: Grower's handbook. Brisbane: Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, 2005. 218  
Collins, R. J. and Keilar, S. M. (2005) The Australian Bamboo Shoot Industry: A supply chain approach Kinston, ACT: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation 208  
Sjah, T., Cameron, D. C. and Woodford, K. (2005) Trend of Farm Productivity on New Cropping Lands in East Lombok Indonesia. Agroteksos, 14 4: 283-290. 53  
Collins, Ray and Lim-Camacho, Lilly Ann (2005) Unlocking successful new rural industries: is supply chain management the key?: final report to the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation Barton, ACT: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation 523 320