Science for Conservation is a scientific monograph series presenting research funded by DOC.

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Manuscripts are internally and externally peer-reviewed. Science for Conservation is listed by several international indexing/abstracting agencies, including CAB International, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, and Scopus.

ISSN: 1173-2946

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339. Kea (Nestor notabilis): a review of ecology, threats, and research gaps for conservation
By: Kerry Weston; Josh Kemp; Kate McInnes; Joanne Aley; Tamsin Orr-Walker; Tracey Dearlove; Jamie McAulay; Laura Young Science for Conservation 338. 43 p. (PDF, 4,830K)

338. Tsunamis, seismic seiches, and undetermined wave events on New Zealand lakes, 1846-2022: a review
By: J. L. Benn. Science for Conservation 338. 59 p. (PDF, 3,921K)

337: Current applications and future promise of genetic/genomic data for conservation in an Aotearoa New Zealand context
By: Natalie J. Forsdick, Clare I.M. Adams, Alana Alexander (Ngāpuhi: Te Hikutu), Anna C. Clark, Levi Collier-Robinson (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Porou, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō), Ilina Cubrinovska, Max Croll Dowgray, Eddy J. Dowle, Laura Duntsch, Stephanie J. Galla, Lucy Howell, Molly Magid, Aisling Rayne, Alexander J.F. Verry, Jana R. Wold and Tammy E. Steeves. Science for Conservation 337. 57 p. (PDF, 3,012K)

336: A survey of environmental and pest management attitudes on inhabited Hauraki Gulf islands
By: Joanne P. Aley and James C. Russell. Science for Conservation 336. 47 p. (PDF, 6,889K)

335. Impacts and implications of climate change on Waituna Lagoon, Southland
By: Andrew Tait and Petra Pearce. Science for Conservation 335. 30 p. (PDF, 9,081K)

334. Determining reference conditions for New Zealand lakes
By: Marc Schallenberg. Science for Conservation 334. 46 p. (PDF, 3,121 K)

333. Visitors as advocates: a review of the relationship between participation in outdoor recreation and support for conservation and the environment
By: Michael Harbrow. Science for Conservation 333. 58 p. (PDF, 2,377 K)

332. Risk-exposure assessment of Department of Conservation (DOC) coastal locations to flooding from the sea: a national risk assessment of DOC assets, archaeological sites, recreation functional locations, destinations and ecosystem and species management units vulnerable to coastal inundation and sea-level rise
By: Andrew Tait. Science for Conservation 332. 36 p. (PDF 5,828 K)

331. The calcicolous vascular flora of New Zealand: life forms, taxonomy, biogeography and conservation status
By Geoffrey M. Rogers, Shannel P. Courtney and Peter B. Heenan. Science for Conservation 331. 37 p. (PDF, 3.547K)

330. Mammalian pheromones – new opportunities for improved predator control in New Zealand. 
By B. Kay Clapperton, Elaine C. Murphy and Hussam A. A. Razzaq 2017. Science for Conservation 330. 53 p. (PDF, 10,75K)

329. Subtidal reef and rockwall communities of the greater Foveaux Strait region, Southland, New Zealand.
By Helen Kettles, Franz Smith and Nick Shears 2017. Science for Conservation 329. 91 p. (PDF, 12,012K)  

328. The creation of a New Zealand weed atlas.
By Clayson Howell and Jon Terry 2016. Science for Conservation 328. 21 p. (PDF, 688K)  

327. Department of Conservation guidelines for assessing significant ecological values.
By Davis, N.J. Head, S.C. Myers and S.H. Moore 2016. Science for Conservation 327. 73 p. (PDF, 1,337K)  

326. Ecosystem goods and services in marine protected areas (MPAs). By Marjan van den Belt and Anthony Cole 2014. Science for Conservation 326. 96 p. (PDF, 2,090K)

325. A classification of New Zealand’s terrestrial ecosystems. By Nicholas J. D. Singers and Geoffrey M. Rogers 2014. Science for Conservation 325. 87 p. (PDF, 3,634K)

324. Algal biodiversity of New Zealand wetlands: distribution patterns and environmental linkages. By Cathy Kilroy and Brian Sorrell 2014. Science for Conservation 324. 63 p. (PDF, 1,507K)

323. Predicting the distribution and relative abundance of fishes on shallow subtidal reefs around New Zealand. By Adam Smith, Clinton Duffy and John Leathwick 2013. Science for Conservation 323. 25 p. (PDF, 9,869K)

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322. The impact of climate change on the archaeology of New Zealand’s coastline: a case study from the Whangarei District. By Simon Bickler, Rod Clough and Sarah Macready 2013. Science for Conservation 322. 54 p. (PDF, 1,517K)

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321. Health and wellbeing benefits of conservation in New Zealand. By Paul Blaschke 2013. Science for Conservation 321. (37 p.) (PDF, 596K)

320. Effects of introduced trout predation on non-diadromous galaxiid fish populations across invaded riverscapes. By Darragh J. Woodford and Angus R. McIntosh 2013. Science for Conservation 320. 23 p. (PDF, 1,409K)

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319. Deepwater biodiversity of the Kermadec Islands Coastal Marine Area
By Jennifer C. Beaumont, Ashley A. Rowden and Malcolm R. Clark. Science for Conservation 319. 60 p. (PDF, 1,543K)

318. Physical marine environment of the Kermadec Islands region
By Phil Sutton, Stephen Chiswell, Richard Gorman, Sean Kennan and Graham Rickard. Science for Conservation 318. 16 p. (PDF, 1,029K)

317. Estimation of current and potential carbon stocks and Kyoto-compliant carbon gain on conservation land
By N.W.H. Mason, F.E. Carswell, J.McC. Overton, C.M. Briggs and G.M.J. Hall 2012. Science for Conservation 317. 39 p. (PDF, 1,577K)

316. Seabirds of the Kermadec region: their natural history and conservation
By C.P. Gaskin 2011. Science for Conservation 316. 71 p. (PDF, 2,787K)

315. Movements of bar-tailed godwits and red knots within New Zealand
By P.F. Battley, R. Schuckard, D.S. Melville 2011. Science for Conservation 315. 56 p. (PDF, 4,271K)

314. The impact of noise on recreationists and wildlife in New Zealand's natural areas: a literature review
By M.A. Harbrow, G.R. Cessford and B.J. Kazmierow 2011. Science for Conservation Series 314. 88 p. (PDF, 787K)

313. Exploring visitor experiences, crowding perceptions and coping strategies on the Milford Track, New Zealand 
By Kay L. Booth, Gordon R. Cessford, Stephen F. McCool and Stephen R. Espiner 2011. Science for Conservation 313. 91 p. (PDF, 1,367K)

312. Potential effects of climate change on New Zealand’s terrestrial biodiversity and policy recommendations for mitigation, adaptation and research
By Matt McGlone and susan Walker 2011. Science for Conservation 312. 77 p. (PDF, 868K)

311. Garlon® 360 trial for the control of wetland weeds
By Paul Champion, Trevor James, Nicholas Singers and Kerry Bodmin 2011. Science for Conservation 311. 34 p. (PDF, 481K)

310. Art Deco Napier: an assessment of Outstanding Universal Value for the New Zealand World Heritage Tentative List
I. Lochhead 2011. Science for Conservation 310. 40 p. (PDF, 1,102K

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309. Socio-economic effects of concession-based tourism in New Zealand's national parks
By Mariska Wouters 2011. Science for Conservation 309. 90 p. (PDF, 691K)

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308. Evaluating public input in National Park Management Plan reviews: facilitators and barriers to meaningful participation in statutory processes
By Mariska Wouters, Ned Hardie-Boys and Carla Wilson 2011. Science for Conservation 308
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307. Approaches to assessing ecological integrity of New Zealand freshwaters.
By Marc Schallenberg, David Kelly, Joanne Clapcott, Russell Death, Callum MacNeil, Roger Young, Brian Sorrell and Mike Scarsbrook 2011. Science for Conservation 307
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306. Using molecular techniques to combine taxonomic and ecological data for fungi: reviewing the Data Deficient fungi list, 2009. 
P. Johnston, D. Park, I. Dickie, K. Walbert 2010. Science for Conservation 306, 31 p. (PDF, 393K)

305. Aquatic invertebrate communities of lowland wetlands in New Zealand: characterising spatial, temporal and geographic distribution patterns
A. Suren; B. Sorrell 2010. Science for Conservation 305. 64 p. (PDF, 1,102K)

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304. Effect of one-hit control on the density of possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) and their impacts on native forests
G. Nugent; J. Whitford; P. Sweetapple; R. Duncan; P. Holland 2010. Science for Conservation 304. 64 p. (PDF, 843K)

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303. Summary of native bat, reptile, amphibian and terrestrial invertebrate translocations in New Zealand
G.H. Sherley; I.A.N. Stringer; G.R. Parrish 2010. Science for Conservation 303. 39 p. (PDF, 331K)

302. Spatial variation in invertebrate communities in New Zealand braided rivers.
D. Gray; J.S. Harding 2010. Science for Conservation 302. 43 p.

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301. Attitudes towards commercial recreation on public conservation lands
K. Wray; K. Booth 2010. Science for Conservation 301. 62 p. (PDF, 485K)

300. Thirty years of stream protection: long-term nutrient and vegetation changes in a retired pasture stream
C. Howard-Williams; S. Pickmere 2010. Science for Conservation 300. 49 p. 

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299. Valuing community group contributions to conservation
N. Hardie-Boys 2010. Science for Conservation 299. 68 p. (PDF, 462K)

298. Vehicle crime at outdoor recreation and tourist destinations: prevalence, impact and solutions
B.J. Kazmierow, G.R. Cessford, C.H. Wilson, P. Mayhew, B.L. Morrison 2009. Science for Conservation 298. 86 p. (PDF, 738K)

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297. Above-ground carbon sequestration by early-successional woody vegetation: a preliminary analysis
F.E. Carswell, L.E. Burrows, N.W.H. Mason 2009. Science for Conservation 297. 20 p. (PDF, 437K) 

296. Applying the Beneficial Outcomes Approach (BOA) to protected area management planning on Stewart Island/Rakiura, New Zealand
K. Booth 2009. Science for Conservation 296. 103p. 

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295. Conservation and the delivery of ecosystem services: a literature review
Kate G. McAlpine and Debra M. Wotton. Science for Conservation 295. 81 p. (PDF, 451K)

294. Increasing public engagement with historic heritage: a social marketing approach
L. Thornley and A. Waa. Science for Conservation 294. 57 p (PDF, 447K)

293. Loss of genetic diversity and inbreeding in New Zealand’s threatened bird species
I.G. Jamieson. Science for Conservation 293. 59 p.

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292. Estimating the benefit of early control of all newly naturalised plants
S. Harris and S.M. Timmins. Science for Conservation 292. 25 p. (PDF, 333K)

291. Impact of fire on tussock grassland invertebrate populations. 
B.I.P. Barratt, C.M. Ferguson, D.M. Barton and P.D. Johnstone. Science for Conservation 291. 75 p.

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290. Fire-induced changes to the vegetation of tall-tussock (Chionochloa rigida) grassland ecosystems.

I.J. Payton and H.G. Pearce. Science for Conservation 290. 42 p. 

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289. Impacts of wind farms on birds: a review. 
R.G. Powlesland. Science for Conservation 289. 51 p. (PDF, 405K)

288. Collation of data for ecosystem modelling of Te Tapuwae o Rongokako Marine Reserve. C.J. Lundquist; M.H. Pinkerton 2008. 103 p. 

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287. Strengthening community capacity to undertake conservation work: sharing conservation skills and knowledge. A. Johnson and M Wouters 2008. 74 p.

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286. Review of rat invasion biology: implications for island biosecurity. J.C. Russell; D.R. Towns; M.N. Clout 2008. 53 p.

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285. Historic heritage thematic frameworks. P. Clayworth 2008. 56 p.

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284. New Zealand's remaining indigenous cover: recent changes and biodiversity protection needs. S. Walker; R. Price; D. Rutledge 2008. 82 p.

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283. Overview of potential piscicides and molluscicides for controlling aquatic pest species in New Zealand. S.J. Clearwater; C.W. Hickey; M.L. Martin 2008. Science for Conservation 283. 74 p.

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282. Factors influencing palatability and efficacy of toxic baits in ship rats, Norway rats and house mice. G.A. Morriss; C.E. O’Connor; A.T Airey; P. Fisher 2008. Science for Conservation 282. 26 p.

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281. Biogeography, community structure and biological habitat types of subtidal reefs on the South Island West Coast, New Zealand. N.T. Shears 2007. Science for Conservation 281. 53 p.

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280. Quantitative description of mainland New Zealand’s shallow subtidal reef communities. N.T. Shears; R.C. Babcock 2007. Science for Conservation 280. 126 p.

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279. Braided river ecology: a literature review of physical habitats and aquatic invertebrate communities. D. Gray; J.S. Harding 2007. Science for Conservation 279. 50 p.

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278. New Zealand coldwater springs and their biodiversity. M. Scarsbrook; J. Barquín; D. Gray 2007. Science for Conservation 278. 72 p.

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277. Mudfish (Neochanna Galaxiidae) literature review. L.K. O’Brien; N.R. Dunn 2007. Science for Conservation 277. 88 p.

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276. Non-invasive monitoring of stoat reproductive hormones. F. Molinia; S. La Falci; V. Myers; D. McLane 2007. Science for Conservation 276. 24 p.

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275. Stoat artificial reproductive technologies. S. La Falci; F. Molinia 2007. Science for Conservation 275. 20 p.

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274. Identifying freshwater ecosystems with nationally important natural heritage values: development of a biogeographic framework. J.R. Leathwick; K. Collier; L. Chadderton 2007. Science for Conservation 274. 30 p. (PDF, 471K)

273. Role and effectiveness of conservation boards as a community voice in conservation management. C. Wilson 2007. Science for Conservation 273. 34 p. (PDF, 241K)

272. Bryde’s whales (Balaenoptera cf. brydei Olsen 1913) in the Hauraki Gulf and northeastern New Zealand waters. A.N. Baker; B. Madon 2007. Science for Conservation 272. 23 p.

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271. Border control for potential aquatic weeds. Stage 3. Weed risk assessment. P.D. Champion; D.E. Hofstra; J.S. Clayton 2007. Science for Conservation 271. 41 p. (PDF, 440K)

270. Diphacinone bait for ground control of rats on mainland conservation land. C. Gillies; A. Styche; P. Bradfield; K. Chalmers; M. Leach; E. Murphy; T. Ward-Smith; R. Warne 2006. Science for Conservation 270. 20 p. (PDF, 401K)

269. Physical and biological characteristics of a rare marine habitat: sub-tidal seagrass beds of offshore islands. A. Schwarz; M. Morrison; I. Hawes; J. Halliday 2006. Science for Conservation 269. 39 p.

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268. Stoat reproductive biology. C. O’Connor; J. Turner; S. Scobie; J.D. Duckworth 2006. Science for Conservation 268. 24 p.

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267. Assessing the effectiveness of a procedure designed to train kiwi avoidance in domestic dogs. B.M. Jones 2006. Science for Conservation 267. 33 p.

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266. Preliminary genetic assessment of New Zealand Isoetes and Nitella using DNA sequencing and RAPDs. D.E. Hofstra; C.E.C. Gemmill; M.D. Winton 2006. Science for Conservation 266. 30 p. (PDF, 192K)

265. Consequences to threatened plants and insects of fragmentation of Southland floodplain forests. S. Walker; G.M. Rogers; W.G. Lee; B. Rance; D. Ward; C. Rufaut; A. Conn; N. Simpson; G. Hall; M-C. Lariviere 2006. Science for Conservation 265. 86 p.

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264. Management and conservation of seagrass in New Zealand: an introduction. S.J. Turner; A. Schwarz 2006. Science for Conservation 264. 90 p. (PDF, 397K)

263. A review of the current knowledge of rodent behaviour in relation to control devices. B.K. Clapperton 2006. Science for Conservation 263. 55 p. (PDF, 244K)

262. A national interpretation scheme for conservation management of historic goldrush sites. T. Nightingale 2006. Science for Conservation 262. 64 p.

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261. Habitat networks of indigenous shorebirds in New Zealand. J.E. Dowding; S.J. Moore 2006. Science for Conservation 261. 99 p.

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260. Diversity and biogeography of coastal fishes of the East Cape Region of New Zealand. C.D. Roberts; A.L. Stewart 2006. Science for Conservation 260. 57 p.

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259. The development of Operation Nest Egg as a tool in the conservation management of kiwi. R. Colbourne; S. Bassett, T. Billing; H. McCormick; J. McLennan; A. Nelson; H. Robertson 2005. Science for Conservation 259. 24 p. (PDF, 157K)

258. The role of disturbance in dryland New Zealand: past and present. G. Rogers; S. Walker; B. Lee 2005. Science for Conservation 258. 122 p.

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257. Long-term nutrient and vegetation changes in a retired pasture stream: monitoring programme and vegetation survey 1999–2003, updating data from 1976. C. Howard-Williams; S. Pickmere 2005. Science for Conservation 257. 32 p.

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256. Stakeholder views about the marine environment and its protection. J. Warren; L. Procter 2005. Science for Conservation 256. 44 p. (PDF, 189K)

255. Dieback and recruitment of the forest dominants Nothofagus fusca and Libocedrus bidwillii, central North Island, New Zealand. D.A. Peltzer; R.B. Allen; G.M. Rogers 2005. Science for Conservation 255. 33 p. (PDF, 299K)

254. Behaviour and ecology of common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) in the Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand. D.R. Neumann; M.B. Orams 2005. Science for Conservation 254. 40 p. (PDF, 229K)

253. Social acceptability of stoats and stoat control methods: a survey of the New Zealand public. G. Fitzgerald; N. Fitzgerald; R. Wilkinson 2005. Science for Conservation 253. 40 p. (PDF, 301K)

252. Modelling the dynamics and control of stoats in New Zealand forests. N.D. Barlow; M.C. Barron 2005. Science for Conservation 252. 40 p. (PDF, 263K)

251. Mapping Hurunui forest community distribution, using computer models. C.L. Newell; J.R. Leathwick 2005. Science for Conservation 251. 43 p. (PDF, 426K)

250. Regional diversity and biogeography of coastal fishes on the West Coast South Island of New Zealand. C.D. Roberts; A.L. Stewart; C.D. Paulin; D. Neale 2005. Science for Conservation 250. 70 p. (PDF, 450K)

249. Assessing anticoagulation resistance in rats and coagulation effects in birds using small-volume blood samples. C.I. Bailey; P. Fisher; C.T. Eason 2005. Science for Conservation 249. 22 p. (PDF, 174K)

248. Developing effective partnerships between the Department of Conservation and community groups. C.H. Wilson 2005. Science for Conservation 248. 54 p. (PDF, 266K)

247. Community consultation processes for aerial 1080 applications. C.H. Wilson; J. Cannon 2004. Science for Conservation 247. 52 p. (PDF, 262K)

246. Management of wetland archaeological sites in New Zealand. W. Gumbley; D. Johns; G.R. Law 2005. Science for Conservation 246. 76 p.

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245. Community composition and structure of shallow subtidal reefs in northeastern New Zealand. N.T. Shears; R.C. Babcock 2004. Science for Conservation 245. 65 p.

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244. Bannockburn heritage landscape study. J. Stephenson; H. Beauchop; P. Petchey 2004. Science for Conservation 244. 118 p.

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243. Use of population viability analysis in conservation management in New Zealand. R. J. Keedwell 2004. Science for Conservation 243. 60 p. (PDF, 303K)

242. Abundance and population trends of mollymawks on Campbell Island. P.J. Moore 2004. Science for Conservation 242. 62 p. (PDF, 496K)

241. Research and monitoring plan for the kiwi sanctuaries. H.A. Robertson 2004. Science for Conservation 241. 24 p. (PDF, 119K)

240. Impacts of diquat herbicide and mechanical excavation on spring-fed drains in Marlborough, New Zealand. R.G. Young; N.B. Keeley; K.A. Shearer; A.L.M. Crowe 2004. Science for Conservation 240. 50 p.

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239. Risk of FeraCol baits to non-target invertebrates, native skinks, and weka. L.H. Booth; P. Fisher; V. Heppelthwaite; C.T. Eason 2004. Science for Conservation 239. 18 p. (PDF, 92K)

238. Habitat for female longfinned eels in the West Coast and Southland, New Zealand. E. Graynoth; K. Niven 2004. Science for Conservation 238. 33 p. (PDF, 476K)

237. Risk assessment of stoat control methods for New Zealand. J. Parkes; E. Murphy 2004. Science for Conservation 237. 38 p. (PDF, 122K)

236. Predicting spatial patterns of animal pest abundance: a case study of the brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula). K.W. Fraser; J. Overton; B. Warburton; D. Rutledge 2004. Science for Conservation 236. 57 p.

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235. Drainage management in New Zealand: a review of existing activities and alternative management practices. H.R. Hudson; J.S. Harding 2003. Science for Conservation 235. 39 p. (PDF, 289K)

234. Climbing spindle berry (Celastrus orbiculatus Thunb.) biology, ecology, and impacts in New Zealand. P.A. Williams; S.M. Timmins 2003. Science for Conservation 234. 28 p. (PDF, 321K)

233. Distribution of seabirds from New Zealand that overlap with fisheries worldwide. C.J.R. Robertson; E.A. Bell; N. Sinclair; B.D. Bell 2003. Science for Conservation 233. 102 p.

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232. Potential invertebrate antifeedants for toxic baits used for vertebrate pest control. E.B. Spurr; P.G. McGregor 2003. Science for Conservation 232. 36 p. (PDF,161K)

231. A critique of IFIM — instream habitat simulation in the New Zealand context. H.R. Hudson; A. Byrom; W.L. Chadderton 2003. Science for Conservation 231. 69 p. (PDF, 443K)

230. Ephemeral wetlands and their turfs in New Zealand.P.N. Johnson; G. Rogers 2003. Science for Conservation 230. 109 p.

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229. Growth and habitat of Sebaea ovata (Gentianaceae) in New Zealand and Australia. P.D. Champion; D.E. Hofstra; M.E. Auger; C.E.C. Gemmill 2003. Science for Conservation 229. 32 p. (PDF, 370K)

228. Establishing long-term changes in takahe winter feeding grounds in Fiordland using pollen analysis. J. Wilmshurst 2003. Science for Conservation 228. 25 p.

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227. Post-pastoral succession in intermontane basins and valleys of eastern South Island, New Zealand. S. Walker; W.G. Lee; G.M. Rogers 2003. Science for Conservation 227. 75 p.

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226. Woody vegetation of Central Otago, New Zealand: its present and past distribution and future restoration needs. S. Walker; W.G. Lee; G.M. Rogers 2003. Science for Conservation 226. 99 p.

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225. Sightings of southern right whales around mainland New Zealand. N.J. Patenaude. 2003. Science for Conservation 225. 43 p.

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224. Power to detect trends in abundance of long-tailed bats (Chalinolobus tuberculatus) using counts on line transects. C.F.J. O’Donnell; S. Langton 2003. Science for Conservation 224. 19 p. (PDF, 71K)

223. Assessing the benefits for conservation of volunteer involvement in conservation activities. K. Bell 2003. Science for Conservation 223. 56 p. (PDF, 159K)

222. Early landuse patterns in the Lake Taupo area. A. Williams; A. Walton 2003. Science for Conservation 222. 28 p. (PDF, 243K)

221. Habitat use by non-migratory Otago galaxiids and implications for water management. C.F. Baker; I.G. Jowett; R.M. Allibone 2003. Science for Conservation 221. 34 p. (PDF, 272K)

220. Predicting vegetation condition and weed distributions for conservation management: a case study in the central South Island, New Zealand. J. Overton; A. Lehmann 2003. Science for Conservation 220. 57 p. A three-page leaflet summarising this work is also available from DOC Science & Technical Publishing. (PDF, 780K)

219. Sperm whale watching off Kaikoura, New Zealand: effects of current activities on surfacing and vocalisation patterns. C.F. Richter; S.M. Dawson; E. Slooten 2003. Science for Conservation 219. 78 p. (PDF, 644K)

218. Aerial spraying of pampas grass in difficult conservation sites. I. Popay; S.M. Timmins; T. McCluggage 2003. Science for Conservation 218. 18 p. (PDF, 121K)

217. Social impacts of marine reserves in New Zealand. C.N. Taylor; B. Buckenham 2003. Science for Conservation 217. 58 p. (PDF, 210K)

216. Forest biodiversity assessment for reporting conservation performance. R.B. Allen; P.J. Bellingham; S.K. Wiser 2003. Science for Conservation 216. 49 p. (PDF, 397K)

215. Waituna Lagoon: summary of existing knowledge and identification of knowledge gaps. R.M. Thompson; G.R. Ryder 2003. Science for Conservation 215. 37 p. (PDF, 304K)

214. Conservation applications of measuring energy expenditure of New Zealand birds: assessing habitat quality and costs of carrying transmitters. M. Williams (Comp.) 2003. Science for Conservation 214. 95 p. Contains: (PDF, 71K)

M. Williams 2003. Foreword. (PDF, 83K)
J.D. Godfrey 2003. Potential use of energy expenditure of individual birds to assess quality of their habitats. 14 p. (PDF, 88K)
J.D. Godfrey 2003. Energy expenditures of North Island robins in habitats with differing predator densities. 10 p. (PDF, 119K)
J.D. Godfrey; D.M. Bryant; M.J. Williams 2003. Energetics of blue ducks in rivers of differing physical and biological characteristics. 30 p. (PDF, 236K)
J.D. Godfrey; D.M. Bryant 2003. Effect of radio transmitters on energy expenditure of takahe. 14 p. (PDF, 137K)
J.D. Godfrey; D.M. Bryant 2003. Effects of radio transmitters: review of recent radio-tracking studies. 12 p. (PDF, 172K)

213. Framework for assessing the susceptibility of management areas to deer impacts. D. M. Forsyth; D. Coomes; G. Nugent 2003. Science for Conservation 213. 39 p. (PDF, 194K)

212. Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki. K. W. Fraser; J. P. Parkes; C. Thomson 2003. Science for Conservation 212. 30 p. (PDF, 266K)

211. Rotenone-a review of its toxicity and use for fisheries management. N. Ling 2003. Science for Conservation 211. 40 p. (PDF, 156K)

210. Responses of fish communities to sustained removals of perch (Perca fluviatilis). B. G. Ludgate; G. Closs 2003. Science for Conservation 210. 38 p. (PDF, 273K)

209. A weed risk assessment system for new conservation weeds in New Zealand. P.A. Williams; M. Newfield 2002. Science for Conservation 209. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 138K)

208. A proposed conservation weed risk assessment system for the New Zealand border. P.A. Williams; A. Wilton; N. Spencer 2002. Science for Conservation 208. 47 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 208K)

207. Social acceptability of stoats and stoat control methods: focus group findings. G. Fitzgerald; N. Fitzgerald; R. Wilkinson 2002. Science for Conservation 207. 45 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 177K)

206. Critical habitats for the conservation of giant kokopu, Galaxias argenteus (Gmelin, 1789). M.L. Bonnett; R.M. McDowall; J.R.E. Sykes 2002. Science for Conservation 206. 50 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 584K)

205. The effectiveness of the brochure ‘Garden Escapes’. A. Fraser 2002. Science for Conservation 205. 50 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 705K)

204. The potential of poisoned foliage as bait for controlling feral goats (Capra hircus). C.J. Veltman; J. Parkes 2002. Science for Conservation 204. 21 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 183K)

203. Keystone species: the concept and its relevance for conservation management in New Zealand. I.J. Payton; M. Fenner; W.G. Lee 2002. Science for Conservation 203. 29 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 166K)

202. Archaeological survey of the southern Hawke’s Bay coast from the air. K.L. Jones; V. Tanner 2002. Science for Conservation 202. 49 p. (Out of print.)

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201. Assessing the response of forest understoreys to feral goat control with and without possum control. P.J. Sweetapple; B.R. Burns 2002. Science for Conservation 201. 33 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 268K)

200. Measuring conservation achievement: concepts and their application over the Twizel area. T. Stephens; D. Brown; N. Thornley 2002. Science for Conservation 200. 114 p. (Out of print.)

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199. Biological control options for invasive weeds of New Zealand protected areas. V. Froude 2002. Science for Conservation 199. 68 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 463K)

198. Land use in karst terrain: review of impacts of primary activities on temperate karst ecosystems. P.B. Urich 2002. Science for Conservation 198. 60 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 603K)

197. Captive rearing of the Middle Island tusked weta. C.J. Winks; S. V. Fowler; G.W. Ramsay 2002. Science for Conservation 197. 34 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 415K)

196. Potential impact of the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) in New Zealand and options for its control. R.J. Harris 2002. Science for Conservation 196. 36 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 639K)

195. Conservation of Powelliphanta traversi: effects of removal of Tradescantia fluminensis and rodent poisoning. R.J. Standish; S.J. Bennett; I.A.N. Stringer 2002. Science for Conservation 195. 56 p. (Out of print.)

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194. Conservation status of the New Zealand red katipo spider (Latrodectus katipo Powell, 1871). B. Patrick 2002. Science for Conservation 194. 33 p. (Out of print.)

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193. Changes in numbers of woody plant seedlings on Kapiti Island after rat eradication. D.J. Campbell 2002. Science for Conservation 193. 28 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 225K)

192. Monitoring vegetation changes at Treble Cone Ski Field, New Zealand. K. Wardle; B. Fahey 2002. Science for Conservation 192. 50 p. (Out of print.)

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191. Predicting the impact and control of stoats: a review of modelling approaches. N.D. Barlow; D. Choquenot 2002. Science for Conservation 191. 46 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 435K)

190. Maintenance of key tree species. R.B. Allen; G.M. Rogers; G.H. Stewart 2002. Science for Conservation 190. 60 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 635K)

189. Comparison of three methods for maintaining possums at low density. B. Warburton; C. Thomson 2002. Science for Conservation 189. 20 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 391K)

188. The National Inanga Spawning Database: trends and implications for spawning site management. M.J. Taylor 2002. Science for Conservation 188. 37 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 593K)

187. Cetacean sightings off the Fiordland coastline: analysis of commercial marine mammal viewing data 1996–99. D. Lusseau; E. Slooten 2002. Science for Conservation 187. 42 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 610K)

186. Turf communities of Lake Whangape and some potential management techniques. P.D. Champion; S.M. Beadel; T.M. Dugdale 2001. Science for Conservation 186. 54 p. (Out of print.)

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185. Border control for potential aquatic weeds: Stage 2: Weed risk assessment. P.D. Champion; J.S. Clayton 2001. Science for Conservation 185. 30 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 330K)

184. Palatability of rodent baits to wild house mice. C.E. O’Connor; L.H. Booth 2001. Science for Conservation 184. 11 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 93K)

183. Longline sink rates of an autoline vessel and notes on seabird interactions. N.W.McL. Smith 2001. Science for Conservation 183. 32 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 659K)

182. Biological structure of nearshore rocky subtidal habitats of southern New Zealand. D. Schiel; M.J.H. Hickford 2001. Science for Conservation 182. 54 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 649K)

181. Protecting habitats on private land: perspectives from Northland, New Zealand. P. Davis; C. Cocklin 2001. Science for Conservation 181. 69 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 332K)

180. Distribution and conservation status of ground weta Hemiandrus species (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). P.M. Johns 2001. Science for Conservation 180. 25 p. (Out of print.)

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179. Impact of cattle on Department of Conservation grazing leases in South Westland: results from monitoring 1989-99 and recommendations. R.P. Buxton; S.M. Timmins; L.E. Burrows; P. Wardle 2001. Science for Conservation 179. 64 p. (Out of print.)

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178. Observations of interactions between Hector’s dolphins (Cephalorhynchus hectori), boats and people at Akaroa Harbour, New Zealand. C. Nichols; G. Stone; A. Hutt; J. Brown; A. Yoshinaga 2001. Science for Conservation 178. 49 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 478K)

177. Literature review of the acute toxicity and persistence of brodifacoum to invertebrates and studies of residue risks to wildlife and people. L.H. Booth; C.T. Eason; E.B. Spurr; G.R.G. Wright; R. Milne; G.A. Morriss 2001. Science for Conservation 177. 23 p. (Out of print.)

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Literature review of the acute toxicity and persistence of brodifacoum to invertebrates. L.H. Booth, C.T. Eason and E.B. Spurr. (PDF, 174K)

Laboratory and field studies of brodifacoum residues in relation to risk exposure to wildlife and people. C.T. Eason, G.R.G. Wright, L.M. Milne and G.A. Morriss. (PDF, 616K)

176. Molecular systematics and conservation of kakariki (Cyanoramphus spp.). W. M. Boon; J. Kearvell; C. H. Daugherty; G. K. Chambers 2001. Science for Conservation 176. 46 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 590K)

175. Weed surveillance - how often to search? S. Harris; J. Brown; S. Timmins 2001. Science for Conservation 175. 27 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 419K)

174. Measuring environmental distinctiveness. J. Overton; J. R. Leathwick 2001. Science for Conservation 174. 20 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 1,094K

173. Visitor impacts on marine protected areas in New Zealand. A. McCrone 2001. Science for Conservation 173. 68 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 899K)

172. Understanding the conservation expectations of Aucklanders. B. James 2001. Science for Conservation 172. 36 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 174K)

171. Population dynamics 1994-98, and management, of Kaimanawa wild horses. E.Z. Cameron, W.L. Linklater, E.O. Minot, K.J. Stafford 2001. Science for Conservation 171. 165 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 928K)

170. Review of international literature relevant to stoat control. R. McDonald; S. Lariviere 2001. Science for Conservation 170. 78 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 252K)

169. Facilitating community-based conservation initiatives. V. Forgie; Peter Horsley; J. Johnston 2001. Science for Conservation 169. 76 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 206K)

168. Lepidoptera of small-leaved divaricating Olearia in New Zealand and their conservation. B. Patrick. 2000. Science for Conservation 168. 26 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 358K)

167. Burrow competition between broad-billed prions (Pachyptila vittata) and the endangered Chatham petrel (Pterodroma axillaris). N.W. Was; W.J. Sullivan; K.J. Wilson 2000. Science for Conservation 167. 41 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 690K)

166. Ecosystem-based conservation strategy for Central Otago’s saline patches. G. Rogers; A. Hewitt; J.B. Wilson 2000. (Out of print.) Science for Conservation 166. 38 p.

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165. Review of control methods for pampas grasses in New Zealand. D.S. Gosling; W.B. Shaw; S.M. Beadel 2000. Science for Conservation 165. 32 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 421K)

164. Possum monitoring using raised leg-hold traps. M.D. Thomas; J.A. Brown 2000. Science for Conservation 164. 17 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 296K)

163. Distribution and biology of the endangered kauri snail Paryphanta busbyi watti. I.A.N. Stringer; R. Montefiore 2000. Science for Conservation 163. 42 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 645K)

162. Aerial poisoning of wasps. R.J. Harris; J.S. Rees 2000. Science for Conservation 162. 26 p. (Out of print.)

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161. Evaluation of kiwi advocacy programmes in Northland and Cormandel. B. James 2001. Science for Conservation 161. 51 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 214K)

160. Rotoiti nature recovery project: an evaluation of advocacy. B. James 2001. Science for Conservation 160. 46 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 203K)

159. Community perceptions of landscape values in the South Island high country. S.R. Swaffield; R.J. Foster 2000. Science for Conservation 159. 54 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 474K)

158. Feasibility of immunocontraception for managing stoats in New Zealand. L.A. Hinds; C.K. Williams; R.P. Pech; D.M. Spratt; A.J. Robinson; G.H. Reubel 2000. Science for Conservation 158. 109 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 867K)

157. Inventory of New Zealand's active dunelands. M. Hilton; U. Macauley; R. Henderson 2000. Science for Conservation 157. 28 p. (Out of print.)

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156. Risk assessment for establishment of polistine (Polistes spp.) and vespine (Vespula spp.) wasps on the Three Kings Islands in the Far North of New Zealand. J.J. Dymock 2000. Science for Conservation 156. 64 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 557K)

155. Options for managing the Kaimaumau Wetland, Northland, New Zealand. D.L. Hicks; J. Campbell; I.A.E. Atkinson 2001. Science for Conservation 155. 75 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 707K)

154. Archaeology of the Taranaki-Wanganui region. A. Walton 2000. Science for Conservation 154. 64 p. (Out of print.)

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153. Variation in reproduction and condition of northern tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus punctatus) in the presence and absence of kiore. C. Tyrrell; A. Cree; D.R. Towns 2000. Science for Conservation 153. 42 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 478K)

152. Effectiveness of aerial baiting of possums in different seasons and different forest types. D.R. Morgan; J.D. Coleman; P. Sweetapple 2000. Science for Conservation 152. 25 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 271K)

151. Review of permanent plots for long-term monitoring of New Zealand's indigenous forests. P. Bellingham; S. Wiser; D. Coomes; A. Dunningham 2000. Science for Conservation 151. 75 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 341K)

150. Rodent baits and delivery systems for island protection. C.E. O'Connor; C.T. Eason 2000. Science for Conservation 150. 25 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 123K)

149. Archaeological mapping of Awa-te-Take Pa and Nganana Pa, Taranaki. W. Gumbley 2000. Science for Conservation 149. 13 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 551K)

148. Ecology and distribution of the freshwater crayfish Paranephrops zealandicus in Otago. Implications for conservation. N. Whitmore; A.D. Huryn; C.J. Arbuckle; F. Jansma 2000. Science for Conservation 148. 42 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 950K)

147. Water abstraction impacts on non-migratory galaxiids of Otago streams. R.M. Allibone 2000. Science for Conservation 147. 45 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 638K) For ease of download this document has been split into several parts:

Part 1: Assessment techniques for water abstraction impacts on non-migratory galaxiids of Otago streams. (PDF, 176K)
Part 2: Water abstraction impacts on the non-migratory galaxiids of Totara Creek. (PDF, 440K)

146. Significant coastal lagoon systems in the South Island, New Zealand. Coastal processes and lagoon mouth closure. R.M. Kirk; G.A. Lauder 2000. Science for Conservation 146. 47 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 436K)

145. Conservation status of two rare New Zealand geometrid moths. B. Patrick 2000. Science for Conservation 145. 21 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 164K)

144. Factors affecting possum re-infestation—implications for management. P.E. Cowan 2000. Science for Conservation 144. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 160K)

143. Assessing the risk to indigenous New Zealand biota from new exotic plant taxa and genetic material. P.A. Williams; E. Nicol; M. Newfield 2000. Science for Conservation 143. 42 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 301K)

142. Threats to New Zealand's indigenous forests from exotic pathogens and pests. G.S. Ridley; J. Bain; L.S. Bulman; M.A. Dick; M.K. Kay 2000. Science for Conservation 142. 68 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 382K)

141. Border control for potential aquatic weeds. Stage 1. Weed risk model. P.D. Champion; J.S. Clayton 2000. Science for Conservation 141. 48 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 283K)

140. Status and conservation role of recreational hunting on conservation land. F.W Fraser 2000. Science for Conservation 140. 46 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 292K)

139. Preliminary study of the effects of honey bees (Apis mellifera) in Tongariro National Park. C. Murphy; A. Robertson 2000. Science for Conservation 139. 18 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 324K)

138. Development of a method for evaluating the risk to New Zealand's indigenous fauna from the introduction of exotic diseases and pests—including a case study on native parrots. R. Jackson; R.S Morris; W. Boardman 2000. Science for Conservation 138. 94 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 406K)

137. Invertebrates seen on cereal baits. A study of video and manual observation methods. M.D. Wakelin 2000. Science for Conservation 137. 36 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 313K)

136. Conservation status of the New Zealand Lepidoptera. B.H. Patrick; J.S. Dugdale 2000. Science for Conservation 136. 33 p. (PDF, 247K) (Out of Print.)

135. Characteristics of Mapara insect communities as depicted by Malaise trapped beetles: changes with time and animal control. J. Hutcheson 1999. Science for Conservation 135. 21 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 196K)

134. Metapopulation dynamics of the coxella weevil (Hadramphus spinipennis) on the Chatham Islands. K. Schōps 2000. Science for Conservation 134. 37 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 527K)

133. Impacts of aerial 1080 possum control operations on North Island robins and moreporks at Pureora in 1997 and 1998. R.G Powlesland; J.W. Knegtmans; A. Styche 1999. Science for Conservation 133. 20 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 265K)

132. Impact of Himalayan thar (Hemitragus jemlahicus) on snow tussock in the Southern Alps. J.P Parkes; C. Thomson 1999. Science for Conservation 132. 46 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 312K)

131. Chatham petrel (Pterodroma axillaris) studies—breeding biology and burrow blockading. P. Gardner; K.J. Wilson 1999. Science for Conservation 131. 37 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 80K) For ease of download this document has been split into several parts:

Part one: Aspects of the breeding biology of the Chatham petrel. (PDF, 310K)
Part two: Burrow competition between Chatham petrels and broad-billed prions: the effectiveness of burrow blockading as a management strategy. (PDF, 253K)

130. Monitoring of Hochstetter's frog (Leiopelma hochstetteri) populations near Golden Cross Mine, Waitekauri Valley, Coromandel. A.H Whitaker; P.A Alspach 1999. Science for Conservation 130. 36 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 332K)

129. Distribution and conservation status of the dune snail Succineaarcheyi Powell (Stylommatophora: Succineidae) in northern New Zealand. F.J Brook 1999. Science for Conservation 129. 29 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 168K)

128. Fluctuations in possum numbers in the Pararaki Valley, Haurangi State Forest Park. J.D Coleman; M.D. Thomas; L.T Pracy; Q. Hansen 1999. Science for Conservation 128. 16 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 138K)

127. Progress in mammal pest control on New Zealand conservation lands. Department of Conservation 1999. Science for Conservation 127. 74 p. (Out of print.)

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126. Long-term (20 years) effect of artificial defoliation of mid-ribbed snow tussock, Chionochloa pallens, in the Murchison Mountains, Fiordland, New Zealand. W.G. Lee; A. Loughnan; K. Lloyd; M. Fenner 1999. Science for Conservation 126. 17 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 138K)

125. Causes of low reproductive success of translocated takahe (Porphyrio mantelli) on predator-free islands. I.G. Jamieson; C.J. Ryan 1999. Science for Conservation 125. 65 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 326K)

124. Conservation values and management of the Kongahu Swamp, Buller District. B. Sorrell; T. Partridge 1999. Science for Conservation 124. 50 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 359K)

123. Conservation monitoring of the Cromwell chafer beetle (Prodontria lewisii) between 1986 and 1997. S.M Ferreira; B. McKinlay 1999. Science for Conservation 123. 34 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 428K)

122. Rehabilitation of coastal foredunes in New Zealand using indigenous sand-binding species. D.O Bergin; M.O. Kimberley 1999. Science for Conservation 122. 52 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 673K)

121. Vehicle impacts on the biota of sandy beaches and coastal dunes. A review from a New Zealand perspective. G. Stephenson 1999. Science for Conservation 121. 48 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 636K)

120. Environmental effects associated with snow grooming and skiing at Treble Cone Ski Field. B. Fahey; K. Wardle; P. Weir 1999. Science for Conservation 120. 62 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 195K)

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Part two: Snow properties on groomed and non-groomed slopes. (PDF, 735K)

119. Social and economic impacts of Kahurangi National Park. C.N. Taylor; J. Gough; J. Warren; W. McClintock 1999. Science for Conservation 119. 62 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 432K)

118.Trap spacing and lay-out: experiments in stoat control in the Dart Valley, 1992-95. B.L Lawrence; C.F.J. O'Donnell 1999. Science for Conservation 118. 13 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 176K)

117. Rehabilitation of lowland indigenous forest after mining in Westland. E.R. Langer; M.R. Davis; C.W. Ross 1999. Science for Conservation 117. 41 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 307K)

116. Assessment and management of hare impact on high-altitude vegetation. V. Wong; G.J Hickling 1999. Science for Conservation 116. 40 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 294K)

115. Enhanced biological control of wasps. R.J. Harris; P.E.C Read 1999. Science for Conservation 115. 39 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 174K)

114. Nutrient and vegetation changes in a retired pasture stream. Recent monitoring in the context of a long-term dataset. C. Howard-Williams; S. Pickmere 1999. Science for Conservation 114. 41 p. (Out of print.)

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113. Dynamics of kahikatea forest remnants in middle North Island: implications for threatened and local plants. B.R. Burns; M.C Smale; M.F. Merrett 1999. Science for Conservation 113. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 262K)

112. Biology and ecology of Senecio glastifolius and its spread and impacts in New Zealand. P.A. Williams; C.C Ogle; S.M. Timmins; G. La Cock; V. Reid 1999. Science for Conservation 112. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 378K)

111. Ecological assessment of two islands in west Otago lakes for potential re-introduction of buff weka (Gallirallus australis hectori). E.D. Edwards; R. Logan 1999. Science for Conservation 111. 25 p. (Out of print.)

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110. Distribution and abundance of Sigaus childi Jamieson (Orthoptera: Acrididae), a Central Otago endemic grasshopper. C.D Jamieson 1999. Science for Conservation 110. (Out of print.) 28 p.

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109. Potential value of indicator species for conservation and management of New Zealand terrestrial communities. J. Hutcheson; P. Walsh; D. Given 1999. Science for Conservation 109. 90 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 510K)

108. The use and effects of hazard warning signs: managing visitor safety at Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers. S. Espiner 1999. Science for Conservation 108. 40 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 238K)

107. Coastal turfs of mainland New Zealand-their composition, environmental character, and conservation needs. G. Rogers 1999.Science for Conservation 107. 83 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 431K)

106. Effects of tourism on marine mammals in New Zealand. R. Constantine 1999. Science for Conservation 106. 60 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 251K)

105. Molecular genetic analysis of hybridisation. G.K. Chambers; E.S. MacAvoy 1999. Science for Conservation 105. 30 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 291K)

104. Assessment of the Recovery Index for Narrow-leaved Snow Tussock (Chionochloa rigida) in Otago. K. Svavarsdottir 1999. Science for Conservation 104. 12 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 118K)

103. Impacts of possum browsing on the long-term maintenance of forest biodiversity. P.J. Bellingham; S.K. Wiser; G.M.J Hall; J.C. Alley; R.B. Allen; P.A. Suisted 1999. Science for Conservation 103. 60 p. (Out of print.)

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102. Results of a pilot study to detect benefits to large-bodied invertebrates from sustained regular poisoning of rodents and possums at Karioi, Ohakune. M. Hunt; G. Shirley; M. Wakelin 1998. Science for Conservation 102. 18 p. (Out of print.)

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101. Distribution and status of native carnivorous land snails in the genera Wainuia and Rhytida. M. Efford 1998. Science for Conservation 101. 48 p. (Out of print.)

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100. Control of Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), climbing dock (Rumex sagittatus), and bone-seed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera). P.A. Williams; S.M. Timmins; N. Mountford 1998. Science for Conservation 100. 15 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 144K)

99. Biology and ecology of Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) and its impacts in New Zealand. P.A Williams; S.M. Timmins 1999. Science for Conservation 99. 27 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 146K)

98. Vegetation and water level regime at Waituna Lagoon, Southland. P.N. Johnson; T.R Partridge 1998. Science for Conservation 98. 51 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 197K)

97. Response of broom (Cytisus scoparius) to control measures. P.A Williams 1998. Science for Conservation 97. 10 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 83K)

96. Monitoring stoat (Mustela erminea) control operations: power analysis and design. J.A. Brown; C.J. Miller 1998. Science for Conservation 96. 21 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 128K)

95. Visitor experience at the Waitomo Glowworm Cave. S. Doorne 1999. Science for Conservation 95. 43 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 189K)

94. Visitor perceptions of aircraft activity and crowding at Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers. S. Sutton 1998. Science for Conservation 94. 27 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 136K)

93. Report on bird banding in New Zealand 1995/1996. R.O Cossee 1998. Science for Conservation 93. 24 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 116K)

92. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Routeburn Track. G.R. Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 92. 48 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 190K)

91. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Travers Sabine Circuit Track. G.R. Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 91. 52 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 189K)

90. Canoeist satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Whanganui Journey. G.R. Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 90. 52 p. (Out of print.)

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89. Reintroduction of kaka (Nestor meridionalis septentrionalis) to Mount Bruce Reserve, Wairarapa, New Zealand. R. Berry 1998. Science for Conservation 89. 25 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 150K)

88. Ecology and breeding of Chatham Island tui: Progress report October 1996-June 1997. P. Dilks; D. Onley; J. Kemp 1998. Science for Conservation 88. 39 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 193K)

87. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Milford Track. G.R. Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 87. 48 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 185K)

86. Use of bait stations for possum and feral cat control. M.D. Thomas; D.A Wright; J. Mason; K.W. Briden 1998. Science for Conservation 86. 24 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 129K)

85. Likely impacts of snow grooming and related activities in the West Otago ski fields. B. Fahey; K. Wardle 1998. Science for Conservation 85. 51 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 238K)

84. The ecological effects of new roads—a literature review. I.F. Spellerberg; T. Morrison 1998. Science for Conservation 84. 55 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 279K)

83. Reproductive ecology of Lepidium sisymbrioides ssp. matau. R.B. Allen 1998. Science for Conservation 83. 15 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 99K)

82. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Heaphy Track. G.R. Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 82. 54 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 197K)

81. Functionality of a full-sized marine mammal exclusion device. D. Gibson; B. Isakssen 1998. Science for Conservation 81. 19 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 105K)

80. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Rakiura Track. G.R Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 80. 54 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 235K)

79. Sea-kayaker satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options in Abel Tasman National Park. G.R Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 79. 50 p. (Out of print.)

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78. Survey and monitoring of black petrels on Great Barrier Island 1997. E.A Bell; J.L Sim 1998. Science for Conservation 78. 18 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 361K)

77. Survey and monitoring of black petrels on Great Barrier Island 1996. E.A Bell; J.L Sim 1998. Science for Conservation 77. 17 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 264K)

76. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on Abel Tasman Coastal Track. G.R Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 76. 58 p. (Out of print.)

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75. Monitoring yellow-crowned parakeets. G. Elliott 1998. Science for Conservation 75. 20 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 104K)

74. Evaluating the impacts of 1080 possum control operations on North Island robins, North Island tomtits and moreporks at Pureora—preliminary results. R. Powlesland; J. Knegtmans; I. Marshall 1998.Science for Conservation 74. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 135K)

73. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Lake Waikaremoana Track. G.R Cessford 1998. Science for Conservation 73. 54 p. (Out of print.)

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72. Report on bird banding in New Zealand 1994/1995. R.O Cossee 1998. Science for Conservation 72. 26 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 125K)

71. Miniature radio frequency transponder technology suitability as threatened species tags. M.E. Douglas 1998. Science for Conservation 71. 24 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 344K)

70. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Kepler Track. G.R. Cessford 1997. Science for Conservation 70. 54 p. (Out of print.)

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69. The effects of compound 1080 on populations of specific non-target species, Waihaha Ecological Area, Pureora Forest Park, winter 1994. T.C Greene 1998. Science for Conservation 69. 54 p. (Out of print.)

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68. Ecotourism on Otago Peninsula. M. Wright 1998. Science for Conservation 68. 39 p. (Out of print.)

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67. Underwater setting methods to minimise the accidental and incidental capture of seabirds by surface longliners. Report on a prototype device developed by MS Engineering. M. Smith; N. Bentley 1997. Science for Conservation 67. 9 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 144K)

66. Underwater setting methods to minimise the accidental and incidental capture of seabirds by surface longliners. Report on a prototype device developed by Akroyd Walshe Ltd. P. Barnes; K.A.R. Walshe 1997. Science for Conservation 66. 21 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 326K)

65. Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions and attitudes toward management options on the Tongariro Circuit Track. G.R. Cessford 1997. Science for Conservation 65. 56 p. (Out of print.)

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64. Report on bird banding in New Zealand 1993/1994. R.O. Cossee 1997. Science for Conservation 64. 24 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 105K)

63. Changes in tussock grasslands, South Island high country, 1973-1993. G.G. Hunter; D. Scott 1997. Science for Conservation 63. 69 p. (Out of print.)

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62. Impacts of aerial application of 1080 on non-target native fauna: Review and priorities for research. E.B. Spurr; R.G. Powlesland 1997. Science for Conservation 62. 31 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 150K)

61. Succession in tussock grasslands: implications for conservation management. C.A Jensen; R.J. Webster; D. Carter; M. Treskonova 1997. Science for Conservation 61. 45 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 531K)

60. Archaeological mapping of pa in four Taranaki Historic Reserves. W. Gumbley 1997. Science for Conservation 60. 14 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 78K)

59. Blue penguins (Eudyptula minor) at Taiaroa Head and the Otago Peninsula, 1993-95. L. Perriman 1997. Science for Conservation 59. 22 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 123K)

58. Food supplies at black stilt nest sites. M.D. Sanders 1997. Science for Conservation 58. 16 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 89K)

57. Occurrence and ecology of the Open Bay Islands leech, Hirudobdella antipodium. C. Miller 1997. Science for Conservation 57. 16 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 248K)

56. Monitoring the commercial swim-with-dolphin operations in the Bay of Islands. R. Constantine; C.S. Baker 1997. Science for Conservation 56. 59 p. (Out of print.)

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55. Invertebrate values of kanuka (Kunzea ericoides) stands, Gisborne Region. J. Dugdale; J. Hutcheson 1997. Science for Conservation 55. 30 p. (Out of print.)

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54. Rehabilitation of indigenous forest after mining, West Coast. G. Mew; C.W. Ross; M.R. Davis; E.R. Langer 1997. Science for Conservation 54. 60 p. (Out of print.)

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53. Changes in stream morphology at two mining sites near Reefton. G. Macky 1997. Science for Conservation 53. 33 p. (Out of print.)

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52. Trends in health of pahautea and Hall's totara in relation to possum control in central North Island. G. Rogers 1997. Science for Conservation 52. 49 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 240K)

51. Northern brown kiwi (Apteryx australis mantelli) in Tongariro National Park and Tongariro Forest — ecology and threats. J.R.G Miles; M.A. Potter; R.A Fordham 1997. Science for Conservation 51. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 293K)

50. Comparison of red deer and possum diets and impacts in podocarp-hardwood forest, Waihaha Catchment, Pureora Conservation Park. G. Nugent; K.W. Fraser; P.J. Sweetapple 1997. Science for Conservation 50. 61 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 573K)

49. Guidelines for conservation of salt pans in Central Otago. R.B. Allen; P.D. McIntosh 1997. Science for Conservation 49. 46 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 167K)

48. Abundance and future options for wetapunga on Little Barrier Island. G. Gibbs; M. McIntyre 1997. Science for Conservation 48. 24 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 236K)

47. Hunting pressure, deer populations, and vegetation impacts in the Kaimanawa Recreational Hunting Area. K.W. Fraser; C.J. Speedy 1997. Science for Conservation 47. 47 p. (Out of print.)

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46. Establishment of shore plover (Thinornis novaeseelandiae) on Motuora Island. A. Davis; H. Aikman 1997. Science for Conservation 46. 53 p. (Out of print.)

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45. Problem weeds on New Zealand islands. I.A.E. Atkinson 1997. Science for Conservation 45. 58 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 287K)

44. Mountain beech forest dynamics in the Kaweka Range and the influence of browsing animals. R. Allen; C. Allan 1997. Science for Conservation 44. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 109K)

43. Improved bait for wasp control. E.B. Spurr; R.J. Harris; K.W. Drew 1996. Science for Conservation 43. 15 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 90K)

42. The grasshopper Sigaus minutus in Central Otago: a pilot study. C.D. Jamieson 1997. Science for Conservation 42. 21 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 284K)

41. Light-mantled sooty albatross on Campbell Island, 1995-96: a pilot investigation. P.J. Moore 1996. Science for Conservation 41. 23 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 233K)

40. Baits and baiting strategies for multi-species pest control and feral cats. D.R. Morgan; J. Innes; C. Ryan; L. Meikle 1996. Science for Conservation 40. 27 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 204K)

39. Regeneration ecology, conservation status, and recovery planning for the endangered tree Olearia hectorii. G. Rogers 1996. Science for Conservation 39. 33 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 314K)

38. Environmental effects of rodent Talon® baiting. Part 1: Monitoring for toxic residues. Part 2: Impacts on invertebrate populations. D.R. Morgan; G.R. Wright; E.B. Spurr 1996. Science for Conservation 38. 27 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 389K)

37. Trapping the adult eel migration at Aniwhenua Power Station. C.P. Mitchell 1996. Science for Conservation 37. 24 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 304K)

36. Research into the status and distribution of Chatham Islands endangered invertebrates. R.M. Emberson; J.W. Early; J.W.M Marris; P. Syrett 1996. Science for Conservation 36. 35 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 234K)

35. Menstrual waste in the backcountry. P. Lynch 1996. Science for Conservation 35. 41 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 202K)

34. The effect of rabbits on conservation values. D. Norbury 1996. Science for Conservation 34. 32 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 205K)

33. Impact of agricultural development on grand skink (Oligosoma grande) (Reptilia: Scincidae) populations at Macraes Flat, Otago, New Zealand. A.H. Whitaker 1996. Science for Conservation 33. 33 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 271K)

32. Distribution, abundance and pup production of the New Zealand fur seal (Arctocephalus forsteri Lesson) at the Bounty Islands. R.H. Taylor 1996. Science for Conservation 32. 14 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 103K)

31. The effect of recreational hunters on deer populations in Pureora Conservation Park. W. Fraser 1996. Science for Conservation 31. 31 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 359K)

30. Kokako population studies at Rotoehu Forest and on Little Barrier Island. J. Innes; K.Brown; P. Jansen; R. Shorten; D. Williams 1996. Science for Conservation 30. 39 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 415K)

29. Control, demography, and post-control response of heather in the central North Island: Part 2. G.M. Rogers 1996. Science for Conservation 29. 35 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 350K)

28. Critical analysis of obtaining desired outcomes from voluntary programmes. M. Ringer 1996. Science for Conservation 28. 51 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 315K)

27. Advancing public awareness. J. Pettigrew 1996. Science for Conservation 27. 85 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 540K)

26. Monitoring condition of sand dune kanuka forest at Woodhill. M.C. Smale; G.M. Hall; R.O. Gardner 1996. Science for Conservation 26. 17 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 178K)

25. Sphagnum research programme: The ecological effects of commercial harvesting. R.P. Buxton; P.N. Johnson; P.R. Espie 1996. Science for Conservation 25. 34 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 596K)

24. The potential effectiveness of aerially sown 1080 baits for controlling low-density possum populations. B. Warburton 1996. Science for Conservation 24. 11 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 86K)

23. The use of fire for conservation management in New Zealand. R.B. Allen; L.R. Basher; J.Comrie 1996. Science for Conservation 23. 49 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 364K)

22. Population studies of yellow-eyed penguins. 1993-94 progress report. M. Efford; J. Darby; N. Spencer 1996. Science for Conservation 22. 50 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 389K)

21. Impacts of 1080-poisoning for possum control on non-target invertebrates. E.B. Spurr 1996. Science for Conservation 21. 15 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 109K)

20. Development of a comprehensive evaluation strategy for displays at Department of Conservation visitor centres. R. Meylan 1995. Science for Conservation 20. 135 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 502K)

19. The use of Dactylanthus nectar as a lure for possums and bats. C.E. Ecroyd; R.A Franich; H.W. Kroese; D. Steward 1995. Science for Conservation 19. 31 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 169K)

18. Geothermal vegetation dynamics. Part I: Map of the geothermal vegetation of the Te Kopia Scenic Reserve. Part II: Plant species organisation along major environmental gradients. B. Burns; J. Leathwick 1995. Science for Conservation 18. 26 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 494K)

17. Land rehabilitation to indigenous forest species. C.W. Ross; G. Mew; R.J. Jackson; J.J. Payne 1995. Science for Conservation 17. 58 p. (Out of print.)

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16. Surveys of giant weta: Little Barrier Island, Pig Island (Foveaux Strait), and Mt Faraday and Price's Basin (Southern Alps). M. Meads; P. Notman 1995. Science for Conservation 16. 31 p. (Out of print.)

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15. The rare grass Simplicia laxa: field status, ecology, and conservation. P.N Johnson 1995. Science for Conservation 15. 26 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 183K)

14. A sound-based system for locating wasp nests. R. Harris; R. McDonald; P.Calvert 1995.Science for Conservation 14. 14 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 153K)

13. The efficacy of possum control in reducing forest dieback in Otira and Deception catchments, central Westland. M.C. Smale; A.B.Rose; C.M. Frampton; H.J. Owen 1995. Science for Conservation 13. 11 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 105K)

12. Changes in possum abundance in Waipoua Forest Sanctuary after 1080 poisoning. M.D. Thomas 1995. Science for Conservation 12. 13 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 134K)

11. Baits and baiting strategies for feral goats, pigs, and cats. J. Coleman (Comp.) 1995. Science for Conservation 11. 41 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 272K)

10. The impact of controlled and uncontrolled possum populations on susceptible plant species, South Westland. A.B. Rose; C.J. Pekelharing 1995. Science for Conservation 10. 16 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 226K)

9. Control, demography, and post-control response of heather in the central North Island. G.M. Rogers 1995. Science for Conservation 9. 25 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 242K)

8. Stand development in the red/silver beech and mixed beech forests of north Westland. G.H. Stewart 1995. Science for Conservation 8. 14 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 143K)

7. Management of thar. Part 1: Thar-vegetation-harvest model development. Part 2: Diet of thar, chamois, and possums. J.P. Parkes; C. Thomson 1995. Science for Conservation 7. 42 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 566K)

6. The toxicity and sub-lethal effects of brodifacoum in birds and bats. C.T. Eason; E.B. Spurr 1995. Science for Conservation 6. 16 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 122K)

5. Bait-station spacing for possum control in forest. M.D. Thomas; H. Fitzgerald 1995. Science for Conservation 5. 10 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 110K)

4. Cost-effectiveness of different possum control methods. B. Warburton; R. Cullen 1995. Science for Conservation 4. 17 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 285K)

3. Interaction between pingao and marram on sand dunes. Completion of permanent plot studies. T.R. Partridge 1995. Science for Conservation 3. 27 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 155K)

2. Monitoring the cost-effectiveness of aerial 1080 and ground hunting for possum control. P. Cowan; C. Pugsley 1995. Science for Conservation 2. 35 p. (Out of print.)

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1. Possums and possum control; effects on lowland forest ecosystems. I.A.E. Atkinson; D.J. Campbell; B.M. Fitzgerald; J.E.C Flux; M.J Meads 1995. Science for Conservation 1. 32 p. (Out of print.) (PDF, 252K)

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