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- Scheele, Ben C., et al. Show all 14 Authors
- Ecological management & restoration 2018 v.19 no.3 pp. 222-229
- ecosystems; guidelines; information management; managers; monitoring; scientists; vulnerable species
- ... Monitoring is essential for effective conservation and management of threatened species and ecological communities. However, more often than not, threatened species monitoring is poorly implemented, meaning that conservation decisions are not informed by the best available knowledge. We outline challenges and provide best‐practice guidelines for threatened species monitoring, informed by the diver ...
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- Ecological management & restoration 2019 v.20 no.1 pp. 63-72
- bogs; conservation areas; death; deer; ecosystems; ethics; extinction; feral animals; grazing; horses; indigenous species; models; parks; risk; starvation; thirst; threatened species; trapping; Alps region; New South Wales
- ... New evidence of impacts by feral horses in Australia's alpine parks systems confirms they endanger threatened species and extensively damage critically endangered bog communities that could take millennia to recover. These impacts are not confounded by effects of deer and accumulate over time, even when only a small number of feral horses (~100) are present. With protected areas representing only ...