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2008

Cobon, D.H., Bell, K. L., Park, J.N. and Keogh, D.U. (2008) Summative evaluation of climate application activities with pastoralists in western Queensland. Rangeland Journal, 30 (3). pp. 361-374.

2007

George, D.A., Birch, C.J., Clewett, J.F., Wright, A., Allen, W. and Keogh, D.U. (2007) Needs for applied climate education in agriculture. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 47 (1). pp. 1-12.

2005

Keogh, D.U., Watson, I.W., Bell, K. L., Cobon, D.H. and Dutta, S.C. (2005) Climate information needs of Gascoyne-Murchison pastoralists: a representative study of the Western Australian grazing industry. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 45 (12). pp. 1613-1625.

2004

Keogh, D.U., Abawi, G.Y., Dutta, S.C., Crane, A.J., Ritchie, J.W., Harris, T.R. and Wright, C.G. (2004) Context evaluation: A profile of irrigator climate knowledge, needs and practices in the northern Murray-Darling Basin to aid development of climate-based decision support tools and information and dissemination of research. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44 (3). pp. 247-257. ISSN 0816-1089

Keogh, D.U., Bell, K. L., Park, J.N. and Cobon, D.H. (2004) Formative evaluation to benchmark and improve climate-based decision support for graziers in Western Queelsland. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 44 (3). pp. 233-246.

2003

George, D.A., Keogh, D.U., Buckley, D. and Mavi, H. (2003) Theoretical framework for applied climate education: 3. Evaluating applied climate research, development and extension processes and their outcomes in agriculture. Rainman StreamFlow version 4.3: a comprehensive climate and streamflow analysis package on CD to assess seasonal forecasts and manage climate risk. (QI03040) . pp. 1-26.

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