Priority threat management to protect Kimberley wildlife

This report identifies the key threat management actions required to restore and maintain functioning populations of wildlife in the Kimberley region, the level of investment required, and the likely improvement in wildlife persistence gained per dollar spent on each action. The report focuses on actions that are technically and socially feasible, and which abate specific mainland-based threats to wildlife, defined here as native vertebrate fauna.

Carwardine, J., O’Connor, T., Legge, S., Mackey, B., Possingham, H.P., Martin, T.G. (2011). Priority threat management to protect Kimberley wildlife. CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Brisbane.

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