Rodent control and island conservation

Author: Howald, G.; Ross, James G.; Buckle, A. P.

Publisher: CAB International, Oxfordshire, UK

Type: Book item

Link to this item using this URL: https://hdl.handle.net/10182/7613

Lincoln University

Abstract

The most numerous of the world's invasive species, rodent pests have a devastating impact on agriculture, food, health and the environment. In the last two decades, the science and practice of rodent control has faced new legislation on rodenticides, the pests' increasing resistance to chemical control and the impact on non-target species, bringing a new dimension to this updated 2nd edition and making essential reading for all those involved in rodent pest control, including researchers, conservationists, practitioners and public health specialists.

Subjects: invasive species, rodent pests, rodent control, rodenticides

Copyright: © CAB International 2015. Rodent Pests and their Control, 2nd Ed. (With the exceptions noted in http://researcharchive.lincoln.ac.nz/page/rights, this metadata is available under a Creative Commons Zero license.)