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Cholecalciferol as an alternative toxin for the control of bait-shy possums in the Mackenzie Basin
(Lincoln University. Bio-Protection & Ecology Division, 1993-06)
The objective of this trial was to assess the effectiveness of cholecalciferol as a toxin for control of free-ranging, bait-shy possums in the MacKenzie Basin. A field trial was undertaken between January and March 1993 ...
Westland petrels and the hoki fishery: determining co-occurrence using satellite telemetry
(Lincoln University. Ecology and Entomology Group., 1997-02)
Project: Westland petrels were tracked by satellite and the tracks followed by the birds compared to the distribution of hoki fishing vessels. The proportion of time that Westland petrels spent in the vicinity of fishing ...
Lake Rotokare Scenic Reserve invertebrate ecological restoration proposal
(Lincoln University. Bio-Protection and Ecology Division, 2008-10)
The Rotokare Scenic Reserve is situated 12 km east of Eltham, South Taranaki, and is a popular recreation area for boating, walking and enjoying the scenery. The reserve consists of 230 ha of forested hill country, including ...
Consumption of acute and chronic toxins by 1080 bait shy possums in captivity
(Lincoln University. Ecology and Entomology Group, 1997-02)
Aversions caused by sub-lethal doses of sodium monofluoroacetate (1080) apparently persist in captive possums for at least 3 months, during which time such possums remain averse (or 'shy') to bait containing either a chronic ...