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Fordyce, G., Shephard, R., Moravek, T. and McGowan, M. R. (2023) Australian cattle herd: a new perspective on structure, performance and production. Animal Production Science, 63 (4). pp. 410-421.

Moravek, T., Nelson, B., Anderson, A. E. and Reid, D. (2017) Quantifying the effectiveness of extension delivery methods on practice change-the experience of the Grazing BMP extension support project. Rural Extension and Innovation Systems Journal, 13 (2). pp. 70-75.

Monograph

Farr, M., McCane, D., Star, M., Moravek, T. and Poggio, M. (2019) Cost-effectiveness of changing land management practices in sugarcane and grazing to obtain water quality improvements in the Great Barrier Reef: Evaluation and synthesises of existing knowledge. Technical Report. State of Queensland.

Denny, D.-M. and Moravek, T. (2019) Managing ground cover for economic and sustainability outcomes on grazing lands in the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon catchments : Literature Review. Documentation. State of Queensland.

Moravek, T., Brown, K. and Reid, H. (2017) Improved Practices Catalogue - Best management practice for maintaining and improving land condition on grazing lands. Technical Report. State of Queensland.

Moravek, T., Schrobback, P., East, M., Star, M. and Rust, S. (2017) Understanding the economics of grazing management practices and systems for improving water quality run-off from grazing lands in the Burdekin and Fitzroy Catchments. Technical Report. State of Queensland.

Moravek, T. and Hall, T. J. (2014) Impacts of rehabilitating degraded lands on soil health, pastures, runoff, erosion, nutrient and sediment movement. Part III: Economic analysis of rehabilitation techniques in the Burdekin River catchment to improve water quality flowing from grazing lands onto the Great Barrier Reef. Project Report. State of Queensland.

Moravek, T. and Hall, T. J. (2014) Impacts of rehabilitating degraded lands on soil health, pastures, runoff, erosion, nutrient and sediment movement. Part IV: The Kimberley rehabilitation programs and lessons for the Great Barrier Reef catchments. Project Report. State of Queensland.

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