Invasive Animals CRC Extension Research Program (2012–2017)

Programs and key outputs

The Invasive Animals CRC extension will be delivered through four programs:

1. Land Pests:

Products and Strategies to manage land pests impacting on agriculture, urban areas and biodiversity. The focus will be on developing a national incursions response system and strategic landscape scale approaches to rabbit (new strains of RHD virus) and wild dog control.

2. Land Pests (Commercial Products):

Developing a new rodenticide, a new pest bird toxin and fertility control agents for kangaroos and wild horses.

3. Inland Water Pests:

Products and Strategies to detect new pest fish incursions using new environmental DNA techniques, particularly tilapia, and complete the science to enable release of Australia’s first carp biocontrol agent – Koi herpesvirus (KHV).

4. Community Engagement:

Ensuring availability and adoption of new products and capacity to manage pests: by understanding and influencing policies and social drivers in pest animal control; encouraging cooperation: and overcoming economic and social barriers. This structure places increased focus on adoption related research, education and training.

IA CRC extension Participants

  • Animal Control Technologies
  • Connovation Australia
  • Australian Wool Innovation
  • Grain Research & Development Corporation
  • Meat & Livestock Australia
  • Australian Bureau of Agricultural Resource Economics nd Sciences
  • Murray-Darling Basin Authority
  • Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate CT
  • Territory and Municipal Services Directorate ACT
  • Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (Queensland)
  • Department of Primary Industries NSW
  • Livestock Health & Pest Authority State ManagementCouncil NSW
  • Department of Primary Industries & Biosecurity SA
  • Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water & nvironment Tas
  • Department Primary Industries Vic
  • Department of Agriculture and Food WA
  • CSIRO
  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Canberra
  • University of New England
  • University of Newcastle
  • University of Queensland
  • Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Department of Conservation New Zealand
  • Landcare Research New Zealand
  • United Kingdom Food & Environment Research Agency
  • United States Department of Agriculture

Please request a PDF of the full 2012-2017 research program detail by email to:
contact@invasiveanimals.com

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