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Books and Book Chapters

de Tores, P.J. and Asher, J. (2008). “Case study 9 – Monitoring introduced predator impacts on native fauna in the Jarrah Forest bioregion, southwest Western Australia”. In P.West, Assessing invasive animals in Australia 2008, first edn. National Land & Water Resources Audit, Braddon, Australia, pp. 71-72.

Dickman, C.R., Glen, A.S. and Letnic, M. (2009). “Reintroducing the Dingo: Can Australia’s Conservation Wastelands be Restored?”, in Hayward, M.W. and Somers, M.J. (eds.), Reintroduction of Top-Order Predators, 1st edn. Blackwell Scientific Publishing, London, United Kingdom, pp. 238-269.

Randall , L.A., Bomford, M., Pratt, S.J. and Crombie, J. (2007). “Can climate matching and habitat availability be used to predict the distribution of introduced birds? “. In Robertson et. al., Atlas of Bird Distribution in New Zealand 1999-2004. Ornithological Society of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, pp 369-374.

Stacey, N.E. and Sorensen, P.W. (2008). “Chapter 6 – Hormonally Derived Sex Pheromones in Fish,  In Rocha et. al. (eds), Fish Reproduction, 1st edn. Science Publishers, Enfield, USA, pp. 201-244

West, P., Brown, L., Auricht, A., and Hart, Q (2011). “Mapping actual and predicted distribution of pest animals and weeds in Australia”, In Sharon A Clay (editor) GIS applications in agriculture. Volume three: Invasive species. CRC Press.


Beyer, J. (2005). Effect of temperature on early gonad development in the common carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.) . Honours, University of Tasmania. (Supervisors: ).

Haynes, G.D. (2009). Population genetics of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) in the Murray-Darling Basin. PhD, The University of Sydney. (Supervisors: Prof Frank Nicholas, Dr Peter Grewe, Dr Dean Gilligan, Prof Chris Moran).

Popular Articles (non-refereed)

Lapidge, S. and Berry, O. (2004). Foxes in Tasmania. Nature Australia, vol., no.28. pp. 66

Glen, A.S. (2007). ‘Hotspot’ of endangered Chuditch in Western Australia’s Jarrah Forest. Australian Wildlife, vol.3, pp. 15-16.

Glen, A.S., Cruz, J. and Sutherland, D.R. (2009). Predators and prey in the northern jarrah forest. Australian Wildlife, vol.2009, no.4. pp. 1.

Conference Proceedings and Abstracts (refereed)

Gilligan, D. (2007). Carp in Australian rivers. Pages 30 – 39, In: Lunney, D, Eby, P., Hutchings, P. and Burgin, S. (eds). Pest or Guest: the zoology of overabundance. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales Forum held in October 2005.  Mosman, New South Wales, Australia.

Glen, A.S. (2007). Mesopredator release: the Australian evidence. 2007 Biodiversity Extinction Crisis Conference, 1 August 2007, Sydney, Australia, pp 56

Lapidge, S.J., Dall, D., Hunt, R., Cowled, B., Smith, M. and Staples, L. (2006). A review of the impact of sheep predators in Australia and new control methods under development. 22nd Vertebrate Pest Conference, 7-9 March 2006, San Fransisco, California, USA, pp. 6

Lapidge, S.J., Humphrys, S. and Dall, D. (2007). Global Harmonisation in the Field of Invasive Species Management Product Development . Managing vertebrate invasive species: proceedings of an international symposium., 7-9 August 2007, Fort Collins, Colorado, United States, pp. 33-42

Sarre, S.D., Walsh, R., Aitken, N., Foster, A. and Mooney, N. (2008). DNA detection of foxes to prevent their establishment in Tasmania. US Department of Agriculture Symposium in Managing Vertebrate Invasive Species, 7-9 August 2007, Fort Collins Colorado, USA, pp. 454-459

Thresher, R.E. (2007). Genetic options for the control of invasive vertebrate pests. Managing Vertebrate Invasive Species, 7-9 August 2007, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, pp. 318-331.

Wells, A. (2009). Community understanding and attitudes to alien fish. Pg 69-72 In: Ansell, D. and Jackson, P. (2007), Emerging Issues in Alien Fish Management in the Murray-Darling Basin Workshop, 30-31 May 2009, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Conference Proceedings (non-refereed)

Ballard, G. (Ed.) (2006). Social Drivers of Invasive Animal Control. Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC workshop on social drivers of invasive animal control, 26th – 27th July 2006, Adelaide. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra.

Daniel, A.J., Hicks, B.J. and Hall, K.G. (2009). Collected abstracts of the Combined annual science review meetings of the Lake Ecosystem Restoration New Zealand and the Freshwater Products and Strategies Program of the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, 23-25 June 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Dawson, M.J., Lane, C. and Saunders, G. (Eds) (2006). Proceedings of the National Feral Horse Management Workshop – Canberra, August 2006. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre.

Fleming, P. and Jenkins, D. (eds) (2007). Proceedings of a workshop on remote monitoring of wild canids and felids, 21-22 March 2007, Canberra, Australia. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre.

Henderson, W.R. (Ed) (2008). Workshop Proceedings – Review of wildlife exotic disease preparedness in Australia. 2-3 April 2008, Canberra. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre.

Molloy, K.L. and Henderson, W.R. (Eds) (2006). Science of Cane Toad Invasion and Control. Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC/CSIRO/Qld NRM&W Cane Toad Workshop, June 2006, Brisbane. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra.

Murphy, E., Crowell, M. and Henderson, W. (2010). Workshop Proceedings: Improving the Efficiency of Rabbit Eradications on Islands. 4–5 February 2010, Christchurch, New Zealand. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Norris, A., Henderson, W., McMahon, S. and Murphy, E. (2006). Costing the impacts of invasive animals. Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC workshop on social, economic and environmental impacts.  7-8 November 2005, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra.

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