Spatially and temporally targeted suppression of despotic noisy miners has conservation benefits for highly mobile and threatened woodland birds

Citation

Crates, R, Terauds, A, Rayner, L et al 2018, 'Spatially and temporally targeted suppression of despotic noisy miners has conservation benefits for highly mobile and threatened woodland birds', Biological Conservation, vol. 227, pp. 343-351.

Year

2018

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