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Vertebrate Pests Committee Review of Wild Dog and Fox Programs

Vertebrate Pests Committee Review – 2003

programs review

Victorian Rabbit Management Collaboration Initiative

Report by Lisa Adams as part of an Invasive Animals CRC report – 2014

community engagement

Evaluation of the 2002/03 Victorian Fox Bounty Trial

Report by Fairbridge, D. and Marks C. – 2005

bounty evaluation

A New Approach for Ungulate Eradication; A Case Study for Success

Case study by Norm Macdonald & Kelvin Walker – Island Restoration and Wild Animal Control Specialists – 2008

eradication ungulates

Llamas as livestock guardians

Presentation by Graeme Tyrell and Rob Hunt – 2008

guardian animals

Scoping Study: Training and Capacity Building in Vertebrate Pest Management

Report by Malcolm Brown and Carolyn Munckton prepared for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre’s Education Program – 2010

capacity building training

Risk assessment for exotic reptiles and amphibians introduced to Australia – Pond Slider (Trachemys scripta) (Schoepff, 1972)

Report Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia by Amanda Page, Win Kirkpatrick and Marion Massam – 2007

manage risk

Bio-economic evaluations of management strategies for pest birds

Final report by John Tracey – 2010

evaluation manage

Forum Proceedings: Tilapia in Australia – state of knowledge

Proceedings edited by Wayne Fulton and Kylie Hall – 2012

knowledge manage

Carp Acoustic Attractants and Repellents

Report by Dr Leigh Thwaites and Josh Fredberg prepared by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences) for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre – 2013

acoustics attractants manage

Starlings in Western Australia – Assessing the likely cost of an incursion

Final report by ACIL Tasman prepared for the Invasive Animals CRC – 2006

costs incursion

Assessing the social impact of invasive animals in Australia

Report by Fitzgerald, G and Wilkinson, R produced for the Invasive Animals CRC – 2009

social impacts

Social drivers behind participation in pest fish-out competitions

A report by Norris A and Ballard G prepared for Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre’s Freshwater Program – 2013

competitions social drivers

Public attitudes towards invasive animals and their impacts

A summary and review of Australasian and selected international research by Gerard Fitzgerald, Nic Fitzgerald and Carl Davidson prepared for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre – 2007

impacts public attitudes social attitudes

Social drivers of invasive animal control. Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC workshop on the social drivers of invasive animal control

Edited by Guy Ballard this document provides summaries of presentations and discussions held at the Social Drivers of Invasive Animal Control Workshop are included in these proceeding – 2006

social drivers

Costing the impacts of invasive animals: Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC workshop on social, economic and environmental impacts of invasive animals

This report by Norris, A. J., Henderson, W., McMahon, S. and Murphy, E. provides summaries of presentations and discussions held at the socio-economic workshop in 2006 – 2006

economic impact. social impacts environmental impacts

The state of the art: a synopsis of information on common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in Australia

A final report by Benjamin Smith prepared for the Pest Animal Control CRC – 2005

manage

Situation Analysis Report Update on Current State of Scientific Knowledge on Kangaroos in the Environment, Including Ecological and Economic Impact and Effect of Culling

Report by Penny Olsen and Tim Low for the Kangaroo Management Advisory Panel – 2006

culling

Assessing the humaneness of commonly used invasive animal control methods

A report by Trudy Sharp and Glen Saunders prepared for the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Bureau of Rural Sciences, Australian Pest Animal Management Program (APAMP) and Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Australian Animal Welfare Strategy (AAWS) – 2010

humaneness

Science for Decision Markers – Australia’s Pest Animals: New approaches to old problems

Science for Decision Makers is a series by published by the Bureau of Rural Sciences. It describes the latest developments in scientific advice, assessments or tools relating to agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries, including their supporting communities. This booklet was authored by Quentin Hart and Mary Bomford – 2006

manage

Situation Analysis Report: Current state of scientific knowledge on kangaroos in the environment, including ecological and economic impact and effect of culling

Report by Penny Olsen and Mike Braysher for the Kangaroo Management Advisory Committee – 2000

culling kangaroos macropod

Benchmarking social attitudes to river health and carp management in the Lachlan River Catchment, NSW

Report by Anne Wallis, Alecia Kelly, Scott Salzmann, Dean Gilligan and Dean Hartwell published by Deakin University – 2009

manage social attitudes

Evaluation of Spatial Data Capture and Information Systems for Invasive Species Management

Final report prepared by Mark Sander and Damian Shepherd funded by the Australian Government through the Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP) – 2011

spatial data

Guidelines to inform the selection and implementation of carp management options at wetland inlets: a test case for South Australia

Report by Smith B, Thwaites L and Conallin A prepared by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences) for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre. – 2009

manage

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