A collection of links to conservation-related research articles and papers.
- Invasive Urban Mammalian Predators: Distribution and Multi-Scale Habitat Selection
- Returning Wētāpunga to the Islands of Ipipiri
- Predator-free New Zealand 2050: Fantasy or Reality?
- Towards a Predator Free New Zealand
- Control of Invasive Ship Rats, Rattus rattus, on Goat Island, New Zealand (Abstract)
- The Research Strategy for a ‘Predator Free’ New Zealand
- Using Self-resetting Traps for Sustained Control of Stoats on an Inshore Island in New Zealand
- The Impact of Predation on the Threatened Endemic Kereru (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) by Mammalian Predators on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand
- Reflections on Improvements in the Use of Vertebrate Pesticides in New Zealand: 1996-2006
- J Innes, R Hay, I Flux, P Bradfield, H Speed, and P Jansen, Successful recovery of North Island kokako Callaeas cinerea wilsoni populations, by adaptive management: Biological Conservation [Biol. Conserv.]. Vol. 87, no. 2, pp. 201-214. Feb 1999
- King, Carolyn M. and Edgar, R. L.(1977) ‘Techniques for trapping and tracking stoats (Mustela
erminea); a review, and a new system’, New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 4: 2, 193 — 212