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Pest animals are a significant ccost to rural industries.

Fish Survey of Nebine Creek through the Murra Murra and Bendee Downs Properties
This a the abstracts from the presentations at the Carp Management Forum  Held June 2012 in Melbourne    
Incursions of exotic (non-native) species in the wild create the risk of new pest populations establishing and significantly impacting our environment, economy and/or society. Preventing new pests from entering the wild and establishing is far more cost effective than attempting...
A national strategy for the management of vertebrate pest animals in Australia Natural Resource
The 41 partners in the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre are proud to promote the forthcoming products developed or registered throughout their seven year funding life (2005-2012). All products have been developed with animal welfare, price, useability, target...
In the past year, our team of scientists has continued to make significant progress in delivering innovative, quality research for improved management of Queensland’s weeds and pest animals. Key achievements from our four research programs are outlined
Pest Portal Under NHT’s National Feral Animal Control Program, the Bureau of Rural Sciences has supported the Pest Animal Control CRC in cooperation with the University of Canberra to develop a website on pest animals. The site aims to make information on past and current...
Epizootic Haematopoietic Necrosis Virus(EHNV) is considered to be a serious threat to a number of native fish species in the Murray Darling Basin. This virus, unique to Australia, was first isolated in 1985 in redfin perch. It causes sudden mortalities and the fish display...
Populations of rodents were studied for periods of 7–9 years at each of three sites in arid Australia. All species fluctuated dramatically in abundance, being absent or in low numbers during droughts but erupting after significant rainfall. Strong correlations were obtained...
In the present paper, we have provided an initial assessment of the current and future threats to biodiversity posed by introduced mammals (predators and herbivores) inhabiting the Australian rangelands, exploring trends in populations and options for management. Notably,...

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