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Publications (35)

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Found 35 items

2017

Palmer R, Anderson H, Angus J, Garretson S, Morris K (2017). Predator control baiting and monitoring program, Yarraloola and Red Hill, Pilbara region, Western Australia: 2016 annual report, year 2. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Woodvale, WA. 53 p.

Palmer R, Anderson H, Angus J, Thomas R (2017). Who takes the bait?. Landscope 32(4), pp. 39–44

2016

Morris K, Cowan M, Angus J, Anderson H, Garretson S, Palmer R et al. [Williams M, Pearson D] (2016). Baseline monitoring for northern quoll and Rothschild’s rock-wallaby at Eradicat® baited and unbaited sites, Pilbara Region, WA. 2015: Yandicoogina JSW and Oxbow Project, threatened species offset plan. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 26 p.

2015

Marlow NJ, Thomas ND, Williams AAE, Macmahon B, Lawson J, Hitchen Y et al. [Angus J] (2015). Cats (Felis catus) are more abundant and are the dominant predator of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) after sustained fox (Vulpes vulpes) control. Australian Journal of Zoology 63, pp. 18–27

Marlow NJ, Thomas ND, Williams AAE, Macmahon B, Lawson J, Hitchen Y et al. [Angus J] (2015). Lethal 1080 baiting continues to reduce European red fox (Vulpes vulpes) abundance after more than 25 years of continuous use in south-west Western Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 16, pp. 131–141

Morris K, Cowan M, Angus J, Anderson H, Garretson S, Algar D et al. [Williams M] (2015). The northern quoll cat bait uptake and survivorship study, Yarraloola offset area, Pilbara Region, WA: Yandicoogina JSW and Oxbow Project, threatened species offset plan. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Woodvale, WA. 32 p.

2014

Dunlop J, Lees J, Angus J, Garretson S (2014). Field trip report: Dampier Archipelago, 16-23 June 2014. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 19 p.

2012

Berry O, Algar D, Angus J, Hamilton N, Hilmer S, Sutherland D (2012). Genetic tagging reveals a significant impact of poison baiting on an invasive species. Journal of Wildlife Management 76, pp. 729–739

2011

Algar D, Angus GJ, Onus ML (2011). Eradication of feral cats on Rottnest Island, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 94, pp. 439–443

2010

Algar D, Angus GJ, Brazell RI, Gilbert C, Withnell GB (2010). Eradication of feral cats on Faure Island, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 93, pp. 133–140

2008

Algar D, Angus GJ (2008). Feasibility study for the eradication of feral cats from Faure Island, Shark Bay, Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 75, pp. 71–75

Berry O, Algar D, Hamilton N, Hilmer S, Angus J (2008). A large reduction in fox abundance following 1080 baiting revealed by non-invasive DNA analysis (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 38

Schleucher E, Hilmer S, Angus GJ, Algar D, Warnecke L (2008). The effect of captivity on thermal energetics in native and invasive species : are physiological capacities a key factor in colonisation of new habitats in Australia?. In Neobiota: From Ecology to Conservation: Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Biological Invasions, Vienna, 27-29.09.2006 Neobiota, Berlin. pp. 165–179

2007

Algar D, Angus GJ, Williams MR, Mellican AE (2007). Influence of bait type, weather and prey abundance on bait uptake by feral cats (Felis catus) on Peron Peninsula, Western Australia. Conservation Science Western Australia 6(1), pp. 109–149

Hilmer S, Algar D, Angus J, Schleucher E (2007). Impact of long term captivity on the physiology of the feral cat (Felis catus) (ABSTRACT). In 24th Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, University of Western Australia and Curtin University, Perth, December 1-2, 2007 p. 46

2006

Schleucher E, Hilmer S, Angus GJ, Algar D, Warnecke L, Withers PC (2006). The cat in the bag: physiological capacities and the colonisation of new habitats by invasive species in Australia (POSTER ABSTRACT). In NEOBIOTA: From Ecology to Conservation: 4th European Conference on Biological Invasions: Vienna (Austria), 27-29 September 2006: Book of Abstracts p. 237

Schleucher E, Hilmer S, Angus GJ, Algar D, Warnecke L, Withers PC (2006). The cat in the bag: physiological capacities and the colonisation of new habitats by invasive species in Australia. Poster presented at the NEOBIOTA: From Ecology to Conservation: 4th European Conference on Biological Invasions: Vienna (Austria), 27-29 September 2006.

Schleucher E, Hilmer S, Angus GJ, Algar D, Warnecke L, Withers PC (2006). The cat in the bag: the impact of captivity on physiological parameters in mammals and birds. PowerPoint presentation at XIVth ISBC, Gdansk, Poland, 2-7 June 2006: Conference of the International Society of Biocalorimetry. 27 p.

2003

Algar D, Angus GJ, Brazell RI, Gilbert C, Tonkin DJ (2003). Feral cats in paradise: focus on Cocos. Atoll Research Bulletin 505, pp. 1–12

2002

Algar D, Angus GJ (2002). Assessment of feral cat abundance and control strategies on Rottnest Island: a report to the Rottnest Island Authority. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

Algar D, Angus GJ, Brazell RI, Gilbert C, Tonkin DJ (2002). Cats in paradise: controlling feral cats in the Cocos Islands. Wildlife Australia 39, pp. 34–37

Algar D, Angus GJ, Fuller PJ, Onus ML (2002). Operation Wanjarri: optimising feral cat baiting strategies in the arid zone. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 18 p.

Algar D, Burbidge AA, Angus GJ (2002). Cat eradication on Hermite Island, Montebello Islands, Western Australia. In Turning the Tide: the Eradication of Invasive Species: Proceedings of the International Conference on Eradication of Island Invasives IUCN, Gland. pp. 14–18

Angus GJ, Martin KR, Onus ML, Hamilton N, Brazell R, Withnell GB (2002). Assessment of the comparative efficacy of two aerial baiting regimes through acceptance of non-toxic baits by feral cats in the north-eastern goldfields, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 21 p.

Angus GJ, Onus M, Fuller PJ, Liddelow G, Ward B (2002). Comparison of two aerial baiting regimes with respect to bait acceptance by introduced predators and non-target native fauna at the Gibson Desert Nature Reserve, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 37 p.

Angus GJ, Onus ML, Hamilton N, Withnell GB (2002). Assessment of bait acceptance by introduced predators from a single aerial deployment of bio-marked baits in the Gascoyne region, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 18 p.

Liddelow G, Ward B, Angus GJ, Hamilton N (2002). An assessment of an aerial baiting program for the control of feral cats at the Gibson Desert Nature Reserve, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 11 p.

Onus ML, Fuller PJ, Angus GJ, Algar D (2002). Assessment of feral cat abundance and control options at the Sir Samuel Mines N.L., Cosmos Nickel Project: a report to Jubilee Mines, N.L.. 10 p.

2001

Algar D, Angus GJ, Onus ML, Fuller PJ (2001). Optimising large scale cat predation control for wildlife recovery: a progress report to the Wind Over Water Foundation. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 13 p.

Algar D, Burbidge AA, Angus GJ (2001). Cat eradication on the Montebello Islands (ABSTRACT). In Eradication of Island Invasives: Practical Actions and Results Achieved at the University of Auckland, 19-23 February 2001 p. 11

2000

Algar D Angus GJ Williams MR Mellican AE (2000). An investigation of bait uptake by feral cats on Peron Peninsula, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 67 p.

Algar D, Angus GJ (2000). Recommendations on a control strategy for feral cats at Peron Peninsula, Western Australia: a report to the Project Eden Management Committee. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 49 p.

Angus GJ, Thomas ND (2000). An assessment of feral cat (Felis catus) abundance at Dragon Rocks Nature Reserve and some implications for fauna conservation. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 11 p.

1999

Algar D, Angus GJ, Sinagra JA (1999). Preliminary assessment of a trapping technique to measure feral cat abundance. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

1998

Algar D, Sinagra JA, Angus GJ (1998). Cat control: Project Montebello Renewal. Draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 4 p.