Contains key papers presented at the First European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference which reflect a wide range of biological principles. Identifying and quantifying vertebrate pest problems are considered in contexts ranging from badgers as reservoirs of bovine TB through to the impact of introduced predators on native wildlife. Aspects of biology are addressed in terms of behaviour and population biology. Finally, a wide range of methodological issues - from traditionally lethal methods of population control through to more humane, environmentally sensitive approaches involving habitat and behaviour modifications - are considered.
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