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Strategic red fox control on bushfire affected public land in Victoria : Black Saturday Victoria 2009 - natural values fire recovery program / Alan Robley, Graeme Newell, Matt White, Anna MacDonald, Stephen Sarre, Barbara Triggs, Janette Currie, Stephen Smith.
Title:
Strategic red fox control on bushfire affected public land in Victoria : Black Saturday Victoria 2009 - natural values fire recovery program / Alan Robley, Graeme Newell, Matt White, Anna MacDonald, Stephen Sarre, Barbara Triggs, Janette Currie, Stephen Smith.
Author:
Robley, Alan J. author.

Newell, Graeme author.

White, Matt (Matthew D.) author.

MacDonald, Anna author.

Sarre, Stephen author.

Triggs, Barbara author.

Currie, Janette author.

Smith, Stephen author.

Victoria. Department of Environment and Primary Industries.
ISBN:
9781742877297

9781742877303
Personal Author:
Physical Description:
viii, 48 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), colour maps ; 30 cm.
Series:
Rebuilding together ; no. 21

Rebuilding together ; no. 21.
General Note:
Cover title.

"This project is No. 21 of the program 'Rebuilding Together' funded by the Victorian and Commonwealth governments' Statewide Bushfire Recovery Plan, launched October 2009" -- Cover page verso.
Abstract:
This project aimed to protect and assist recovery of native fauna by reducing the impact of introduced Red Foxes in fire-affected areas following the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires. A new evidence-based method for identifying strategic areas for post bushfire, fox control was developed based on the use of Species Distribution Models and the program Zonation. This process identified the eastern section of the Kilmore East–Murrindindi Fire Complex as the prime location for Red Fox control and associated monitoring and evaluation.
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