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12015Developing a landscape risk assessment for the redheaded cockchafer ('Adoryphorus couloni') in dairy pastures using precision agriculture sensorsCosby, Amy; Trotter, Mark ; Falzon, Gregory ; Stanley, John ; Powell, Kevin ; Lamb, David 25-Mar-2015
22010Precision pastures: opportunities and challenges for spatial information to improve productivity and animal welfare in extensive livestock systemsLamb, David ; Taylor, Donnalee B ; Trotter, Mark ; Donald, Graham; Schneider, Derek 9-Jan-2012
32010GNSS Tracking of Livestock: Towards Variable Fertilizer Strategies for the Grazing IndustryTrotter, Mark ; Lamb, David ; Hinch, Geoffrey ; Guppy, Christopher 30-Nov-2011
42010Spatial monitoring of livestock - opportunities for collaborationTrotter, Mark ; Lamb, David 21-Mar-2012
52011Correlating GPS Movement Metrics with Animal BehaviourDobos, Robin C ; Trotter, Mark ; Lamb, David ; Hinch, Geoffrey 6-Mar-2012
62018Categorising sheep activity using a tri-axial accelerometerBarwick, Jamie ; Lamb, David ; Dobos, Robin ; Welch, Mitchell ; Trotter, Mark 3-May-2018
72014Use of proximal sensors to evaluate at the sub-paddock scale a pasture growth-rate model based on light-use efficiencyRahman, Muhammad Moshiur ; Lamb, David ; Stanley, John ; Trotter, Mark 14-May-2014
82011GPS observation of shelter utilisation by Merino ewesTaylor, DB ; Schneider, Derek ; Brown, Wendy ; Price, Ian ; Trotter, Mark ; Lamb, David ; Hinch, Geoffrey 27-Oct-2011
92011Extended-altitude, aerial mapping of crop NDVI using an active optical sensor: A case study using a Raptorâ„¢ sensor over wheatLamb, David ; Schneider, Derek ; Trotter, Mark ; Schaefer, Michael Thomas ; Yule, IJ27-Oct-2011
102017On-animal motion sensing using accelerometers as a tool for monitoring sheep behaviour and health statusBarwick, Jamie ; Lamb, David ; Trotter, Mark ; Dobos, Robin C21-Feb-2018