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Application of Bayesian Belief Networks to quantify and map areas at risk to soil threats: using soil compaction as an example

TitleApplication of Bayesian Belief Networks to quantify and map areas at risk to soil threats: using soil compaction as an example
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsTroldborg M, Aalders I, Towers W, Hallett PD, McKenzie BM, Bengough AG, Lilly A, Ball BC, Hough RL
JournalSoil Tillage and Research
Volume132
Pagination56-68

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