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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 2 - Economic Development -> 630000 - Animal Production and Animal Primary Products -> 630200 Pasture, Browse and Fodder Crops -> 630205 Native vegetation :

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Fox, J., Buckley, Y.M. and Pullar, D. V. (2007). An integrated landscape modelling tool for simulating the dispersal syndromes of invasive plants. In: Lex Oxley and Don Kulasiri, Proceedings of the International Congresson Modelling and Simulation. Land, Water and Environmental Management: Integrated Systems for Sustainability, Christchurch, New Zealand, (1265-1272). 10-13 December 2007. 135   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Adkins, S. W., Brown, J.R., Kriticos, D., Maywald, G. F. and Sutherst, R. (2003) Climate change and biotic invasions: a case history of a tropical woody vine. Biological Invasions, 5 3: 147-165. doi:10.1023/A:1026193424587 162   19 Cited 41 times in Scopus41 0
Alsemgeest, V. and Alchin, B. M. (2002). Comparison of continuous and cell grazing on brigalow country in Central Queensland. In: Australian Rangeland Society 12th Biennial Conference, Kalgoorlie, Australia, (). 2-5 September, 2002. 114  
Underhill, S., Grigg, G. C. and Yates, D. J. (2004) Daily changes in plant water content in western Queensland: Implications for red kangaroo foraging times. Rangeland Journal, 26 1: 102-110. doi:10.1071/RJ04007 115   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Short, Terrence A. (2001). Effects of mining disturbance on the ability of a brown kandosol soil to supply adequate phosphorus to re-establishing vegetation PhD Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 145 5
Dyer, Rodd MacGregor. (2001). Fire and vegetation management in pasture lands of the Victoria River District, Northern Territory Master's Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 96  
Bahnisch, G., Orr, D. M., Rickert, K., Quirk, M. F. and Hilder, T. B. (1999). Germinable soil seed banks of Queensland blue grass pastures in central Queensland. In: D. Eldridge and D. Feudenberger, Proceedings of the VI International Rangeland Congress. People and Rangelands: Building the Future, the VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, (241-242). 17 - 23 July, 1999. 31  
Hilder, T. B., Bishop, H. G., Bahnisch, G., Lambert, G. A. and Dodt, R. (1999). GRASS Check demonstrates pasture recovery to graziers. In: D. Eldridge and D. Freudenberger, Proceedings of the VI International Rangeland Congress. People and Rangelands: Building the Future, the VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, (278-279). 19 - 23 July, 1999. 32  
Shrestha, Sangita, Adkins, Stephen W., Graham, Glenn C. and Loch, Donald S. (2003) Phylogeny of the Sporobolus indicus complex, based on internal transcribed spacer (ITS) sequences. Australian Systematic Botany, 16 2: 165-176. doi:10.1071/SB02009 189   6 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Bishop, H. G., Hilder, T. B., Lambert, G. A., Dodt, R. and Bahnisch, G. (1999). Reclaiming and sustaining productivity of Queensland bluegrass pastures. In: D. Eldridge and D. Freudenberger, Proceedings of the VI International Rangeland Congress. People and Rangelands: Building the Future, the VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, Qld., Aust., (239-240). 19 - 23 July, 1999. 47  
Kriticos, D. J., Brown, J. R., Maywald, G. F., Radford, I. D., Nicholas, D. M., Sutherst, R. W. and Adkins, S. W. (2003) SPAnDX: a process-based population dynamics model to explore management and climate change impacts on an invasive alien plant, Acacia nilotica. Ecological Modelling, 163 3: 187-208. doi:10.1016/S0304-3800(03)00009-7 85   31 Cited 28 times in Scopus28 0