Series: Occasional Papers of the IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) Volume: 28
Edited By: CR Veitch and MN Clout
414 pages, Figs, tabs
Selection of over 70 papers presented at the 2001 International Conference held at the University of Auckland in February 2001. The papers all have one common theme - that the eradication of invasive species can yield massive benefits for biodiversity conservation by raising opportunities for ecological restoration and the re-introduction of threatened species.
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