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Deciding when to lend a helping hand. A framework for seabird island restoration. Buxton et al. 2016..pdf

altFollowing the removal of an introduced species, island restoration can follow two general approaches: passive, where no further intervention occurs and the island is assumed to recover naturally, and; active, where recovery of key taxa (e.g. seabirds) is enhanced by manipulating movement and demography. ...We summarize the advantages of incorporating these analyses of past restoration results as an initial step in the decision-making process. We illustrate this process using lessons learned from the restoration of seabird-driven island ecosystems after introduced vertebrate eradication in New Zealand.

(Rachel T. Buxton1, Christopher J. Jones, Philip O’Brien Lyver, David R. Towns4 and Stephanie B. Borrelle)

 

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