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Mycorrhizal co-invasion and novel interactions depend on neighborhood context
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc. on behalf of the Ecological Society of America, 2015-09)
© 2015 by the Ecological Society of America. Biological invasions are a rapidly increasing driver of global change, yet fundamental gaps remain in our understanding of the factors determining the success or extent of ...
Compliance with biodiversity compensation on New Zealand’s public conservation lands
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2018-01-01)
This article assesses compliance with biodiversity compensation on New Zealand’s conservation land. Of the 261 Department of Conservation (DOC) concessions for commercial activity searched, only about 15% included compensation ...
Effectiveness of cyanide pellets for control of dama wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2011)
Dama wallabies (Macropus eugenii) are an introduced pest in New Zealand requiring control. Historically, sodium fluoroacetate (1080) has been used to control wallabies but there is increasing resistance to this method of ...
An updated review of the toxicology and ecotoxicology of sodium fluoroacetate (1080) in relation to its use as a pest control tool in New Zealand
(New Zealand Ecological Society., 2011)
Sodium fluoroacetate (1080) is a vertebrate pesticide, originally developed in the 1940s and principally used for the control of unwanted introduced animals in New Zealand and Australia. Fluoroacetate is also a toxic ...
Quantifying invasion resistance: the use of recruitment functions to control for propagule pressure
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc. on behalf of the Ecological Society of America, 2014-04)
Invasive species distributions tend to be biased towards some habitats compared to others due to the combined effects of habitat-specific resistance to invasion and non-uniform propagule pressure. These two factors may ...
Cost effectiveness of endangered species management: the kokako (Callaeas cinerea) in New Zealand
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2004)
Expenditure on endangered species management is increasing greatly, on a global basis. Managers need tools to evaluate the performance of endangered species programmes because there will always be more demand for resources ...