The population ecology of wild horses in the Australian alps

Three populations of wild horses were monitored in the alps region of Australia. The abundance and densities of horses were measured via aerial and ground surveys. Various population parameters were calculated for each population and brumby-running was discussed as a potential method for managing wild horse populations.

Author Walter, Michelle
Date null
Thesis type PhD
Year 2002
Secondary title Applied Ecology Research Group
Place published City
Publisher University of Canberra
Notes Notes
Region Australia - national
Links https://erl.canberra.edu.au/public/adt-AUC20050412.151308/