Using non-market valuation and cost-benefit analysis to prioritise introduced predator control strategies for threatened species’ recovery - Report

Date: 07, Sep, 2020
Author(s):   Vandana Subroy
Publisher: TSR Hub

Foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and feral cats (Felis catus) seriously threaten the survival of many native Australian fauna. Policies to control populations of these introduced invasive predators have multiple aspects—ecological, geographic, economic and social—which must be considered during decision-making to select projects that deliver the greatest net benefits.