Journal article

Long-term and large-scale control of the introduced red fox increases native mammal occupancy in Australian forests

Alan Robley, Andrew M Gormley, David M Forsyth, Barbara Triggs

Biological Conservation | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2014

University of Melbourne Researchers


Funding Acknowledgements

The Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) funded this study, which was conducted under DEPI Animal Ethics Committee Permits 8/28 and 9/15 and scientific research permit 10007047. Data collection was managed by D. Pratt and T. Jenkins, with assistance from R. Albert, M. Bowd, C. Hatfield, R. McDonald, C. Rowe, K. Scott, A. Smith and J. Strawbridge. W. Burns, G. Neave, S. Balharrie, J. Cook, S. Nicol and D. MacKenzie supported the project and helped develop the monitoring program. The Glenelg Ark Working Group provided significant guidance. P. Moloney assisted with analyses. Comments by R. Pech, L Lumsden and three anonymous reviewers improved the manuscript.