Elise DewarDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water & Environment, Hobart, Australia · Biosecurity Tasmania
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The ability to detect the incursion of an invasive species or destroy the last individuals during an eradication program are some of the most difficult aspects of invasive species management. The presence of foxes in Tasmania is a contentious issue with recent structured monitoring efforts, involving collection of carnivore scats and testing for fo...
Tasmania supports a number of native Australian mammals whose mainland counterparts have severely declined or disappeared since European settlement. This provides a unique opportunity to study ecosystem changes occurring through the ongoing collapse of the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) population along with the recent introduction of the f...
Understanding how mammal populations interact with each other and their immediate environment is of critical importance to predicting responses to environmental change while knowledge on diet and distribution of emerging invasive species is vital to management efforts. However, estimating species distributions, let alone interactions among them, ha...