Recent Submissions

  • Feasibility study towards restoring missing fauna of Ōtamahua/Quail Island, with a focus on invertebrates 

    Visser, S.; Bowie, Michael H.; Ross, J. (Lincoln University. Department of Pest Management & ConservationLincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2019-08)
    Quail Island/Ōtamahua (85 ha.) located in the Lyttelton Harbour, Banks Peninsula, Canterbury is undergoing ecological restoration. Approximately 100,000 native trees have been planted and all mammalian pests (hedgehogs, ...
  • Aerial survey of red deer following a pest control operation on Molesworth Station in 2017 

    McBrearty, Kaylyn A. (Lincoln University. Department of Pest Management & ConservationLincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2019-05)
    In October 2017, Operation Solutions for Primary Industry (OSPRI) conducted an aerial 1080 baiting operation targeting possums over 59,594 ha (595.94 km²) of Molesworth Station. An aerial helicopter-based survey of red ...
  • How does ecological restoration influence invertebrate composition on Quail Island? 

    Takada, A.; Bowie, Michael H. (Lincoln University. Department of Pest Management & ConservationLincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2018-03)
    Ecological restoration in New Zealand has an emphasis on the islands due to its feasibility of mammal control. As a refuge of local, rare and endangered species, ecological restoration has been undertaken on Quail Island ...
  • Restoration research (Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project: 2014-2016) 

    Esperschuetz, Jüergen; Bowie, Michael H.; Smith, Carol; Abbott, Michael R.; Dickinson, Nicholas; Department of Soil and Physical Sciences; School of Landscape Architecture (Lincoln UniversityLincoln, Christchurchurch, 2018)
    After the first phase of restoration activities in the PCRP (2008- 2013), an ongoing partnership agreement was arranged between Rio Tinto, Department of Conservation (DOC), Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) and ...
  • Purple Peaks Curry Reserve pest animal management plan 

    McFarlane, Lynette M.; Ross, J. G. (Centre for Wildlife Management and Conservation, Lincoln UnivesityChristchurch, N.Z., 2017-11-01)
    The purpose of this report is to create a pest animal management plan for Purple Peaks Curry Reserve. The work was commissioned by NZ Native Forest Restoration Trust in June 2017, and the plan was written by Lyne McFarlane ...

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