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Following are references for the NLEAP GIS model (Java):
- Ascough II, J.C., and J.A. Delgado. 2015. Modeling landscape-scale nitrogen management for conservation. In: GIS Applications in Agriculture, Volume Four, Conservation Planning, T. Mueller and G.F. Sassenrath (Eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. pp. 101–118.
- Delgado, J.A., P. Gagliardi, M.J. Shaffer, H. Cover, E. Hesketh, J. C. Ascough, and B.M. Daniel. 2010. New tools to assess nitrogen management for conservation of our biosphere p. 373-409. In Delgado, J.A., and R.F. Follett (eds.) Advances in nitrogen management for water quality. SWCS, Ankeny, IA
- Shaffer, M.J., J.A. Delgado, C. M. Gross, R.F. Follett, and P. Gagliardi. 2010. Simulation processes for the Nitrogen Loss and Environmental Assessment Package (NLEAP). p. 361-372. In Delgado, J.A., and R.F. Follett (eds.) Advances in nitrogen management for water quality. SWCS, Ankeny, IA
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