Release strategies for fauna reintroductions: theory and tests
Reintroductions have become an integral part of conservation management for a variety of threatened species in Australia and New Zealand. This popularity largely reflects the dramatic impact that exotic species have had on the indigenous fauna of these countries. Despite the volume of reintroductions being undertaken, the probability that a project will achieve the re-establishment of a viable population is not guaranteed. 'Release strategies' can improve post-release establishment...[Show more]
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