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Walker et al 2015.pdf.jpg2015Chlamydia pecorum infections in sheep and cattle: a common and under-recognised infectious disease with significant impact on animal healthWalker, Evelyn; Lee, Effie J.; Timms, Peter; Polkinghorne, AdamCentral West Local Land Services
Walker et al 2015.pdf.jpg-Chlamydia pecorum infections in sheep and cattle: a common and under-recognised infectious disease with significant impact on animal healthWalker, E.; Lee, E..J.; Timms, P.; Polkinghorne, A.Central West Local Land Services
Walker et al 2015.pdf.jpg-Chlamydia pecorum infections in sheep and cattle: A common and under-recognised infectious disease with significant impact on animal health-Central West Local Land Services
2011What factors influence the adoption of riparian revegetation? A synthesis of best available evidenceWoodman, A.P.Central West Local Land Services
2014Corrigendum to: effectiveness of commercial harvesting in controlling feral-pig populationsGentle, M.; Pople, A.Central West Local Land Services
Choquenot et al 1993.pdf.jpg1993An evaluation of feral pig trappingChoquenot, D.; Kilgour, R.J.; Lukins, B.S.Central West Local Land Services
1999Using aspects of predator-prey theory to evaluate helicopter shooting for feral pig controlChoquenot, D.; Hone, J.; Saunders, G.Central West Local Land Services
1990Predator prey theory and feral pig control, with emphasis on evaluation of shooting from a helicopterHone, J.Central West Local Land Services
McIlroy 1995.pdf.jpg1995New techniques for an old problem: recent advances in feral pig control in AustraliaMcIlroy, J.C.Central West Local Land Services
1996The effect of an intensive shooting exercise from a helicopter on the behaviour of surviving feral pigsDexter, N.Central West Local Land Services
Yockney_Nugent 2006.pdf.jpg2006Relative effectiveness of the Judas technique in rapidly reducing pig numbers in part of Molesworth Station: an operational trial.Yockney, I.; Nugent, G.Central West Local Land Services
2014Impacts and management of wild pigs Sus scrofa in AustraliaBengsen, A.J.; Gentle, M.N.; Mitchell, J.L.; Pearson, H.E.; Saunders, G.R.Central West Local Land Services
2012Feral pigs in Australia - part 2: marsh and rangeland country-Central West Local Land Services
West 2011.pdf.jpg2011National mapping of the abundance of established, new and emerging pest animals to improve decision-making and the assessment of government investment programs. Stage 1: pest animalsWest, P.Central West Local Land Services
Mitchell_Balogh 2007.pdf.jpg2007Monitoring techniques for vertebrate pests: feral pigsMitchell, B.; Balogh, S.Central West Local Land Services
Meredith et al 2005.pdf.jpg2005A case study approach to managing ephemeral wetlands for native fish: linking fish ecology to regulatory structure design and operationMeredith, S.N; Zukowski, S.; Conallin, A.Central West Local Land Services
2003A classification approach of cost effective management measures for the improvement of watershed qualityZanou, B.; Kontogianni, A.; Skourtos, M.Central West Local Land Services
2009Adaptive management of environmental flows in the regulated Marcquarie RiverKingsford, R. T.; Brandis, K.J.; Jenkins, K. M.; Nairn, L.C.; Rayner, L.C.; Ren, SCentral West Local Land Services
February 25, 1999A flood history weighted index of average root-zone salinity for assessing flood impacts on health of vegetation on a saline floodplainSlavich, P.G.; Walker, G.R.; Jolly, I.D.Central West Local Land Services
Thomson et al 2001.pdf.jpg2001A geomorphological framework for river characterization and habitat assessmentThomson, J.R.; Taylor, M.P.; Fryirs, K.A.; Brierley, G.J.Central West Local Land Services
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