Complex interactions among mammalian carnivores in Australia, and their implications for wildlife management.

@article{Glen2005ComplexIA,
  title={Complex interactions among mammalian carnivores in Australia, and their implications for wildlife management.},
  author={Alistair S. Glen and Chris R. Dickman},
  journal={Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society},
  year={2005},
  volume={80 3},
  pages={387-401}
}
Mammalian carnivore populations are often intensively managed, either because the carnivore in question is endangered, or because it is viewed as a pest and is subjected to control measures, or both. Most management programmes treat carnivore species in isolation. However, there is a large and emerging body of evidence to demonstrate that populations of different carnivores interact with each other in a variety of complex ways. Thus, the removal or introduction of predators to or from a system… CONTINUE READING

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