Monitoring techniques for vertebrate pests – Mice

The purpose of this manual is to provide details of the techniques available for monitoring mice in Australia. By providing a step-by-step description of each technique, it will be possible to standardise many monitoring programs and make valid comparisons of abundance and damage across the nation. This is becoming increasingly important for the states, territories and the Australian Government, to help evaluate and prioritise natural resource management investments.

Author BRUCE MITCHELL AND SUZANNE BALOGH
Date null
Year 2007
Secondary title MONITORING TECHNIQUES FOR VERTEBRATE PESTS
Place published City
Institution NSW Department of Primary Industries
Pages 40
Notes Notes
ISBN/ISSN ISBN 978 0 7347 1880 8
Links

https://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/agriculture/pests-weeds/vertebrate-pests/publications/monitoring-techniques

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Monitoring techniques for vertebrate pests: Mice