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Monitoring wild pig populations: a review of methods

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Engeman, R. M., Massei, G., Sage, M. and Gentle, M. N. (2013) Monitoring wild pig populations: a review of methods. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20 (11). pp. 8077-8091.

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Publisher URL: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11356-013-2002-5#page-1


Wild pigs (Sus scrofa) are widespread across many landscapes throughout the world and are considered to be an invasive pest to agriculture and the environment, or conversely a native or desired game species and resource for hunting. Wild pig population monitoring is often required for a variety of management or research objectives, and many methods and analyses for monitoring abundance are available. Here, we describe monitoring methods that have proven or potential applications to wild pig management. We describe the advantages and disadvantages of methods so that potential users can efficiently consider and identify the option(s) best suited to their combination of objectives, circumstances, and resources. This paper offers guidance to wildlife managers, researchers, and stakeholders considering population monitoring of wild pigs and will help ensure that they can fulfill their monitoring objectives while optimizing their use of resources.

Item Type:Article
Business groups:Biosecurity Queensland
Subjects:Science > Invasive Species > Animals > Animal control and ecology
Live Archive:22 Jan 2014 04:03
Last Modified:25 Oct 2021 00:00

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