Trends in Kangaroo Numbers in Western New South Wales and their relation to Rainfall

@inproceedings{Caughley1984TrendsIK,
  title={Trends in Kangaroo Numbers in Western New South Wales and their relation to Rainfall},
  author={J. A. Caughley and P S Bayliss and J. Giles},
  year={1984}
}
Annual aerial counts of kangaroos within randomly selected blocks of the western plains of New South Wales showed that the numbers of kangaroos doubled between 1975-76 and 1982, and that the widespread drought of 1982 reduced the populations on average by 43%. Localized reductions of similar magnitude occurred after regional droughts in 1977 and 1980 within parts of the monitored area. The observed trends in kangaroo numbers, with eastern and western blocks treated separately, were correlated… CONTINUE READING

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