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Booderee National Park—trends in mammal abundance following fox control

Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System
Director of National Parks (Parks Australia)
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These data can be freely downloaded via the Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System (ÆKOS) Data Portal and used subject to the CC-BY 3.0 Australia. Attribution and citation is required as described under License and Citation. We ask you to send citations of publications arising from work that use these data to TERN Eco-informatics at datacited@aekos.org.au and citation and copies of publications to nicholas.dexter@environment.gov.au

Contact Information

Street Address:
Nicholas Dexter
Director of National Parks (Parks Australia)
Booderee National Park, Village Road, JERVIS BAY NSW 2540
Ph: 02 4442 1006

nicholas.dexter@environment.gov.au

Full description

A fox control program has been in place in Booderee National Park since 1999 with baiting occurring twice a year. From 2003 onwards baiting has been intensified, with baiting occurring once a month. Since 2003 monitoring has been undertaken to track trends in distribution and abundance of small-medium sized mammal species, in response to fox control. The dataset contains data on mammal species and numbers trapped in Booderee National Park, as well as a record of sex, weight, pes length, and presence of pouch young.

Date Submitted : 2014-08-18

Date Accepted : 2014-08-18

Data time period: 2003-08-20 to 2014-05-30

150.77966,-35.1098 150.77966,-35.20355 150.58671,-35.20355 150.58671,-35.1098 150.77966,-35.1098

150.683185,-35.156675

text: Monitoring is undertaken across Booderee National Park in a diversity of habitats, including heath, woodland and sclerophyll forest.

Other Information
Dexter, N., Hudson, M., Carter, T. and Macgregor, C. (2011), Habitat-dependent population regulation in an irrupting population of long-nosed bandicoots (Perameles nasuta). Austral Ecology, 36: 745–754.

Digital Object Identifier : 10.1111/j.1442-9993.2010.02213.x

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  • Local : aekos.org.au/collection/shared/156291