Kathryn Venning

Kathryn Venning
Flinders University · Biodiversity and Ecology Cluster

Bachelor of Science

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Introduction
Kathryn Venning currently works at the Biodiversity and Ecology Cluster, Flinders University. Kathryn does research in Genetics, Evolutionary Biology and Ecology.

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Feral cats are some of the most destructive invasive predators worldwide, particularly in insular environments; hence, density-reduction campaigns are often applied to alleviate the predation mortality they add to native fauna. Density-reduction and eradication efforts are costly procedures with important outcomes for native fauna recovery, so they...
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Feral cats are one of the most destructive invasive predators worldwide. Due to the high risk of pushing native species to extinction in Australia, density-reduction or eradication campaigns can greatly improve the persistence probability and recovery of native fauna. Kangaroo Island — Australia’s third-largest island — was recently nominated as a...

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