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Here you will find a range of documents, presentations and videos relating to HowLeaky.

Model Documentation V5

This document provides HowLeaky users and developers with a detailed scientific description of the simulation model contained within the HowLeaky soft

Terms of reference

This document clarifies the governance structure of HowLeaky, a water balance and water quality model developed by Queensland Government. HowLeaky is

HowLeaky Console (V6.0.1)

This is the latest version of the HowLeaky Console Appliation. To use, run from the DOS cmd line: howleakyconsole \"<projectname.hlk

HowLeaky v5.49.03 (Desktop Version)

This executable is the latest version of the HowLeaky Desktop Application (C++ Version). Latest version: HowLeaky v5.49.03 Release date: 1 Nov 2

HowLeaky presentation - MODSIM 2019

Water balance concepts

Graphical presenation of basic water balance concepts

Vegetation management

Guide to specifying vegetation and management.

Learning & Decision support (2001)

Simplified models  have some advantages over complex models. Simplification and specialisation can offer some real advantages in modelling tools.

Software tools (2004)

For learning and decision support.  Factsheet 2004  

Howleaky instructive model

Model interface suited to learning as well as analysis. Conference Proceedings PUR$L 2003.

PERFECT Manual 1999

PERFECT Version 3.0 A computer simulation model of Productivity Erosion Runoff Functions to Evaluate Conservation Techniques M. Littleboy, D.M. Fre

Parameterisation template

Pragmatic parameterisation of water balance models

PERFECT I (abstract)

Impact of soil erosion on production in cropping systems .I. Development and validation of a simulation model M Littleboy, DM Silburn, DM Freebairn

Pragmatic water-balance protocol (2010)

A pragmatic water-balance based protocol for assessing water quality from agricultural lands D Freebairn, D Rattray, M Silburn,

PERFECT II 1992 (abstract)

Impact of soil erosion on production in cropping systems .II. Simulation of production and erosion risks for a wheat cropping system M Littleboy, DM F