Australian rangelands and climate change – invasive animals

Australian rangelands and climate change – invasive animals Report

Climate Change in Australia – Impacts & Adaptation Information for Australia’s NMR Regions

  • Author(s): Pavey, C.R., Bastin, G.
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: Rangelands NMR Cluster, Ninti One Limited and CSIRO

Abstract: Ten species of significant vertebrate pest in the Rangelands Cluster region are considered in this report. Predicted changes in abundance and distribution with climate change indicate a decrease in the abundance and/or distribution of five species within the region (cat, goat, pig, rabbit and cane toad) with a further three species predicted to have stable abundance and distribution (camel, horse, donkey). Only two species, red fox and dingo, may show increased abundance and/or distribution in response to climate change. Management recommendations are made for each species taking into account changes in distribution and abundance with climate change.

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Pavey, C.R., Bastin, G., 2014, Australian rangelands and climate change – invasive animals, Report, viewed 08 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2822.

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