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Stochastic models of foot and mouth disease in feral pigs in the Australian semi-arid rangelands.

Published online: 21 May 2003

Authors: Dexter, N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is one of the world's most important livestock diseases and pigs Sus scrofa are highly susceptible. In countries with sig...

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Molecular techniques, wildlife management and the importance of genetic population structure and dispersal: a case study with feral pigs.

Published online: 15 Sep 2004

Authors: Hampton, J. O. & Spencer, P. B. S. & Alpers, D. L. & Twigg, L. E. & Woolnough, A. P. & Doust, J. & Higgs, T. & Pluske, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Understanding the spatial structure of populations is important in developing effective management strategies for feral and invasive species, such as ...

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Assessing lamb predation by feral pigs in Australia's semi-arid rangelands.

Published online: 13 May 1998

Authors: Choquenot, D. & Lukins, B. & Curran, G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Two experiments were used to investigate the relationship between feral pig density and the rate of lamb predation and the differential susceptibility...

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A model of the velocity of advance of foot and mouth disease in feral pigs.

Published online: 23 Oct 1990

Authors: Pech, R. P. & McIlroy, J. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

A diffusion model was used to calculate the minimum velocity of advance of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in feral pigs (Sus scrofa) in e...

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A model of the dynamics and control of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in feral pigs in Australia.

Published online: 17 May 1988

Authors: Pech, R. P. & Hone, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

A model of the progress of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in a single population of feral pigs, is described. The population was divided into c...

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Glovebox guide for managing feral pigs.

Published online: 24 Jan 2018

Authors: Koichi, K. & Halliday, D.

Content type: Miscellaneous

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Indigenous harvest, exotic pig predation and local persistence of a long-lived vertebrate: managing a tropical freshwater turtle for sustainability and conservation.

Published online: 26 Mar 2008

Authors: Fordham, D. A. & Georges, A. & Brook, B. W.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Until recently, the northern snake-necked turtle (Chelodina rugosa Ogilby, 1890) provided a seasonal source of protein for indigenous communities in t...

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The role of rabbit and other invasive herbivore control in reducing Australia's greenhouse gas emissions.

Published online: 24 Jan 2018

Authors: Bengsen, A. & Cox, T.

Content type: Miscellaneous

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Influence of harvesting pressure on demographic tactics: implications for wildlife management.

Published online: 03 Aug 2011

Authors: Servanty, S. & Gaillard, J. M. & Ronchi, F. & Focardi, S. & Baubet, É. & Gimenez, O.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Demographic tactics within animal populations are shaped by selective pressures. Exploitation exerts additional pressures so that differing demographi...

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A multi-state occupancy modelling framework for robust estimation of disease prevalence in multi-tissue disease systems.

Published online: 29 Jan 2021

Authors: Chaudhary, V. & Wisely, S. M. & Hernández, F. A. & Hines, J. E. & Nichols, J. D. & Oli, M. K.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

1. Given the public health, economic and conservation implications of zoonotic diseases, their effective surveillance is of paramount importance. The ...

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