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Mr Erik Schmidt

Mr Erik Schmidt
Name Erik Schmidt
Position Honorary Industry Fellow
Section Centre for Agricultural Engineering (Operations)
Phone +61 7 4631 1347
Extension 1347
Email
Qualifications BEng Natal , MEng Natal , MBL South Africa



Publications in ePrints

Mainuddin, Mohammed and Alam, Md. Mahbubul and Maniruzzaman, Md. and Kabir, Md. Jahangir and Mojid, Mohammad A. and Hasan, Md. Masud and Schmidt, Erik J. and Islam, Md. Towfiqul (2021) Yield, profitability, and prospects of irrigated Boro rice cultivation in the North-West region of Bangladesh. PLoS One, 16 (4):e2050897. pp. 1-23. ISSN 1932-6203

Schmidt, Erik and Pittaway, Pam and Scobie, Michael (2020) Assessment of evaporation mitigation technologies in Queensland. Government Report. University of Southern Queensland, Centre for Agricultural Engineering , Toowoomba, Australia. [Report]

Mainuddin, Mohammed and Maniruzzaman, Md. and Alam, Md Mahubul and Mojid, Mohammed A. and Schmidt, Erik J. and Islam, Md. Towfiqul and Scobie, Michael (2020) Water usage and productivity of Boro rice at the field level and their impacts on the sustainable groundwater irrigation in the North-West Bangladesh. Agricultural Water Management, 240:106294. pp. 1-12. ISSN 0378-3774

Chen, Guangnan ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8460-9224 and Schmidt, Erik and Maraseni, TekORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9361-1983 and Bundschuh, Jochen and Banhazi, Thomas and Antille, Diogones L. (2017) Opportunities of adopting renewable energy for the nursery industry in Australia. In: Geothermal, wind and solar energy applications in agriculture and aquaculture. Sustainable Energy Developments (13). Taylor & Francis (CRC Press), Leiden, Netherlands, pp. 115-126. ISBN 978-1-138-02970-5

Antille, D. L. and Huth, N. I. and Eberhard, J. and Marinoni, O. and Cocks, B. and Poulton, P. L. and Macdonald, B. C. T. and Schmidt, E. J. (2016) The effects of coal seam gas infrastructure development on arable land in southern Queensland, Australia: field investigations and modeling. Transactions of the ASABE, 59 (4). pp. 879-901. ISSN 2151-0032

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