PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-094
The present study, undertaken by Charles Sturt University, was developed to investigate the potential for commercial, or subsidised, fishery exploitation to effectively control carp populations in Australia. Using published literature examples of fish (and other) vertebrate pest-removal...
La Trobe University Mildura Campus
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-104
Experts predict that most ecosystems would be improved if carp numbers were reduced by at least 70 per cent.
University of Canberra
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-054
The ecological and social risk assessment detailed in the three volumes of this report was one of the projects funded through the NCCP. The ecological component of the assessment was undertaken in two parts: (a) A compilation of the science and epidemiology of CyHV-3 and an assessment of...
CSIRO Health and Biosecurity