The effects of introduced wild animals on New Zealand forests

Although New Zealand lacks native terrestrial mammals (except for two species of bats), more than 50 species of mammals have been introduced by human beings and become established since the late nineteenth century. The impact of introduced browsing and gr

Author T. T. Veblen and G. H. Stewart
Year 1982
Secondary title Annals of the Association of American Geographers
Volume 72
Number 3
Pages 372-397