Conservation of the greater glider (Petauroides volans) in remnant native vegetation within exotic plantation forest
Michael A McCarthy, David B Lindenmayer
Animal Conservation | BLACKWELL PUBLISHING | Published : 1999
This manuscript was improved by the comments of two anonymous referees. We are most grateful to Mr Matthew Pope, Mr Ross Cunningham, Ms C. Donnelly, Professor H. Nix, Professor A. Welsh, Professor H. Possingham, Dr R. Lacy, Dr J. Dubach, Professor H. Tyndale-Biscoe, Dr K. Viggers, Mr R. Incoll and many other colleagues who have made important contributions to many phases of the field aspects of this investigation. The Tumut fragmentation study is supported by The Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, State Forests of NSW, NSW Department of Land and Water Conservation, Environmental Australia, Brookfield Zoo, Chicago, USA, VISYBOARD, CSR and Mr J. Atkinson. We most gratefully acknowledge the assistance and support of all of the organizations that have contributed to this investigation. The design of this study was enhanced as a result of consultations with the Canberra Applied Statistics Group.