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Managing outbreaks of invasive species: eradication vs. suppression

Fraser, R. W., Cook, D. C., Mumford, J. D., Wilby, A. and Waage, J. K. (2006) Managing outbreaks of invasive species: eradication vs. suppression. International Journal of Pest Management, 52. pp. 261-268. ISSN 0967-0874

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1080/09670870600795930

Abstract/Summary

A framework is developed to evaluate eradication as one of three alternative management responses to an outbreak of an invasive species: eradication, suppression or no action. This framework can be used to establish under what conditions an eradication option could provide an expected net economic benefit, and whether this net benefit exceeds that of the other two options. The eradication option is more likely to be preferred in situations where there is an immediate export benefit that is derived from eradication of the outbreak, and also the uncertainty associated with the likely success of eradication is low.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Agriculture, Policy and Development
ID Code:8523
Uncontrolled Keywords:Invasive species, eradication, export benefit

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