Strategic rat control for restoring populations of native species in forest fragments.

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Forest fragments have biodiversity value that may be enhanced through management such as control of non-native predators. However, such efforts may be ineffective, and research is needed to ensure that predator control is done strategically. We used Bayesian hierarchical modeling to estimate fragment-specific effects of experimental rat control on a native… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12256

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@article{Armstrong2014StrategicRC, title={Strategic rat control for restoring populations of native species in forest fragments.}, author={Doug Armstrong and Nic Gorman and Rhonda Pike and Brigitte Kreigenhofer and Nikki McArthur and Susanne Govella and Paul Barrett and Yvan Richard}, journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology}, year={2014}, volume={28 3}, pages={713-23} }