Development of SOPs and a training package for the field immobilisation of large herbivores in Judas control programs

Final report by Andrew Woolnough, Mark Lethbridge, Jordan Hampton, Wayne Boardman, Ken Rose, Susan Campbell, and Trudy Sharp

– 2011

Evaluation of the 2002/03 Victorian Fox Bounty Trial

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

Bio-economic evaluations of management strategies for pest birds

Final report by John Tracey – 2010

Significant invasive species (vertebrate pests)

Status of information for reporting against indicators under the National Natural Resource Management Monitoring and Evaluation Framework – 2008

The role of rabbit and other invasive herbivore control in reducing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions

Report for Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, by Andrew Bengsen and Tarnya Cox – 2014

An Economic Evaluation of a Pest Management Control Program: ‘Outfox the Fox’

Economic Research Report no 29 by Randall Jones, Glen Saunders and Suzy Balogh – 2006

Economic Analysis of the National Wild Dog Facilitator Project

Report prepared for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre by Peter Chudleigh, Sarah Simpson and Jessica Lai – 2011

Risk assessment for the establishment of exotic vertebrates in Australia: recalibration and refinement of model

Report produced for the Department of the Environment and Heritage by Mary Bomford – 2006

Attitudinal Survey on Vertebrate Pest Management in Victoria

Report for Agriculture Victoria, Department of Natural Resources and Environment Report Series No 3 by M J Johnston, C A Marks – 1997

Assessing the effectiveness and reliability of a trap alert system for use in wild dog control

Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series No. 218 – 2011

Towards an early warning and information system for invasive alien species (IAS) threatening biodiversity in Europe

Report for European Enviornment Agency by P. Genovesi, R. Scalera, S. Brunel, D. Roy, W. Solarz. – 2010

Urban Dingoes (Canis lupis dingo and Hybrids) and Human Hydatid Disease (Echinococcus granulosus) in Queensland, Australia

Report by Ben Allen School of Animal Studies, The University of Queensland – 2006

Review of alien fish monitoring techniques, indicators and protocols: implications for national monitoring of Australia’s inland river systems

Report to National Land & Water Resources Audit, prepared by Peter West, Annette Brown and Kylie Hall – 2008

The spatial ecology and zoonoses of urban dingoes – a preliminary investigation

Thesis submitted to the University of Queensland by Benjamin Lee Allen – 2006

Bird Damage to the Wine Grape Industry

Report to the Bureau of Rural Sciences, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry – 2003

Non-Indigenous Vertebrates in Australia

Prepared for Bureau of Rural Sciences by Mary Bomford and Quentin Hart

Eradication of Australia’s vertebrate pests: a feasibility study

Prepared for Bureau of Rural Sciences by Mary Bomford and Peter O’Brien

Scientific, economic and social issues of commercial use of wild animals in Australia

Prepared for Bureau of Resource Sciences by David Choquenot, Judy Caughley and Steven McLeod – 1998

Economic evaluation of the role of bounties in vertebrate pest management

Prepared for the Bureau of Resource by Hassall & Associates P/L – 1998

Efficacy of Bait Stations for Broadacre Control of Rabbits

Final report to NFACP/BRS by Laurie E. Twigg, Tim J. Lowe & Gary R. Martin – 2001

Refining target specificity of mechanical ejectors – attractants and presentation methods

NFACP final report by Lee Allen – 1999

An assessment of habitat manipulation as a fox control strategy

A report from Deakin University and the Dandenong Creek Valley Co-ordinated Fox Control Committee Prepared by Dr John White (School of Ecology and Environment, Deakin University)

Assessment of correction factors used for estimating goat populations in the western australian rangelands

Report by Andrew P. Woolnough and Ken Rose

The impact of wild dog control on cattle, native and introduced herbivores and introduced predators in central Australia.

Final Administrative report to Bureau of Rural Sciences
by Stephen R. Eldridge, Bernie J. Shakeshaft and Theresa J. Nano – 2002