Acknowledgments

The authors are grateful to Darren Bayley and David Brouwer, Education Officers, NSW Agriculture, C.B. Alexander Agricultural College ("Tocal"), Australia, for contributing Chapter 10 to the book.

For their contributions and suggestions in the contents of the book we are indebted to

Andrew Kennedy, Technical Specialist, Natural Resources, NSW Agriculture;

Bernie Dominiak, Coordinator, Queensland Fruit Fly, NSW Agriculture;

Damien O'Sullivan, Senior Climate and Pasture Officer, Queensland Department of Primary Industries;

David George, Senior Education Officer, Queensland Department of Primary Industries;

Darren Bayley, Education Officer, NSW Agriculture, Tocal;

Ian McGowen, Senior Research Officer, NSW Agriculture;

Jason Crean, Technical Specialist, Economic Research, NSW Agriculture;

John Crichton, Research Officer, NSW Agriculture;

Lee Cook, Veterinary Officer, NSW Agriculture;

Paul Carberry, Climate Education Officer, NSW Agriculture;

Penny Marr, Editor, NSW Agriculture;

Peter Hayman, Coordinator, Agroclimatology, NSW Agriculture;

Rendle Hannah, Agricultural Coordinator, Water Reform Implementation, NSW Agriculture;

Samsul Huda, Senior Lecturer, Agroclimatology, University of Western Sydney; and

Tarjinder Mavi, Veterinarian, Technical Services, Australia

Figures 2.8 to 2.11, 3.1,4.2, and 4.3 are adapted from articles published in various issues of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. Permission given by Elsevier Science to use these figures is acknowledged with thanks. Permission granted by MicroImages, Inc., for adapting figures in Chapter 6 is also acknowledged with thanks.

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