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- Beek, Joe, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Biological conservation 2015 v.185 pp. 47-58
- RNA interference; anticoagulants; baits; crabs; humans; immunocontraception; indigenous species; invasive species; islands; livestock; models; natural resources conservation; nontarget organisms; probability; rodent control; rodenticides; rodents; social sciences; stakeholders; technology; toxic substances; transgenic animals; traps; viruses
- ... Rodents remain one of the most widespread and damaging invasive alien species on islands globally. The current toolbox for insular rodent eradications is reliant on the application of sufficient anticoagulant toxicant into every potential rodent territory across an island. Despite significant advances in the use of these toxicants over recent decades, numerous situations remain where eradication i ...