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Conservation conundrums and the challenges of managing unexplained declines of multiple species

Wood, J.; MacGregor, Christopher M.; Foster, Claire N.; Scheele, Ben C.; Tulloch, Ayesha I. T.; Barton, Philip S.; Banks, Samuel C.; Robinson, Natasha M.; Dexter, Nicholas; O'Loughlin, Luke S.; Legge, Sarah; Lindenmayer, David B.


The conventional approach to conserving threatened biota is to identify drivers of decline, instigate actions to mitigate threatening processes, and monitor interventions to test their effectiveness and ensure target species recover. In Australia, predation by introduced predators is a threatening process for many native mammals. Here we report the results of a 15 year monitoring study in an iconic Australian reserve, Booderee National Park, where exotic Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) populations have...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018-04-05
Type: Journal article
Source: Biological Conservation
Access Rights: Open Access


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