Agriculture

Ethical issues in vertebrate pest management: can we balance the welfare of individuals and ecosystems?

The unique flora and fauna of New Zealand and Australia arose largely due to speciation that occurred in geographic isolation for approximately 60 and 38 million years respectively. However, the […]

The West Coast Integrated Pest Management Program: A coordinated community approach to pest management on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Over 400 landholders on central and western Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, are involved in the West Coast Integrated Pest Management Program, a Natural Heritage Trust-funded program which is managed by […]

Fertility control vaccines for brushtail possum management in New Zealand – targets and delivery systems

Introduced marsupial brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) are a major pest in New Zealand because of their impacts on conservation values and agricultural production. Immunologically based fertility control (immunocontraception) offers an […]