Caughley, J., Bomford, M., Parker, B., Sinclair, R., Griffiths, J., Kelly, D., 1998. Managing vertebrate pests : rodents. Bureau of Rural Sciences.
Managing vertebrate pests : rodents
Cooney, R., Archer, M., Baumber, A., Ampt, P., Wilson, G., Smits, J., Webb, G., 2012 (in press). THINKK again: getting the facts straight on kangaroo harvesting and conservation. In Science under siege: zoology under threat edited by P. Banks, D. Lunney, C. Dickman. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, NSW.
Fairlie, S., 2010. Meat: a benign extravagance. Permanent Publications, Hampshire.
Meat: a benign extravagance
Goodyer, P., 2011. Eating to beat inflammation. Sydney Morning Herald 3 August, 2011. Online: http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/wellbeing/blogs/chew-on-this/eating-to-beat-inflammation-20110801-1i7un.html
Grimsley, J.M.S., Monaghan, J.J.M., Wenstrup, J.J., 2011. Development of social vocalizations in mice. PLoS ONE 6, e17460.
Development of social vocalizations in mice,
PLoS ONE, vol.
Guo, Z., Holy, T.E., 2007. Sex-selectivity of mouse ultrasonic songs. Chem. Senses 32: 463-473.
Sex-selectivity of mouse ultrasonic songs,
Chem. Senses, vol.
Hammerschmidt, K., Radyushkin, K., Ehrenreich, H., Fischer, J., 2009. Female mice respond to male ultrasonic 'songs' with approach behaviour. Biol. Lett. 23 October 2009 vol. 5 no. 5 589-592
Holy, T.E., Guo, Z., 2005. Ultrasonic songs of male mice. PLoS Biol. 3, e386.
Ultrasonic songs of male mice,
PLoS Biol, vol.
Keith, L., 2009. The vegetarian myth. PM Press, Oakland.
The vegetarian myth
Kirby, M., 2011. Stand up and speak up for animals that cannot. Opinion, Sydney Morning Herald, 14 August. Online: http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/society-and-culture/stand-up-and-speak-up-for-animals-that-cannot-20110812-1iqu0.html
Lindenmayer, D., 2007. On borrowed time: Australia's environmental crisis and what we must do about it. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra.
On borrowed time: Australia's environmental crisis and what we must do about it
Meat & Livestock Australia, 2011. Lotfeeding brief: August 2011.
Monbiot, G., 2010. I was wrong about veganism. Let them eat meat (but farm it right). Guardian.co.uk, 6 September. Guardian News and Media Limited.
Sharp, T., Saunders G., 2010. Assessing the humaneness of commonly used invasive animal control methods. A report prepared for: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Bureau of Rural Sciences, Australian Pest Animal Management Program (APAMP).
Singer, P., Mason, J., 2006. The way we eat: why our food choices matter. Random House, London.
The way we eat: why our food choices matter
Singleton, G.R., Brown, P.R., Pech, R.P., Jacop, J., Mutze, G.J., Krebs, C.J., 2005. One hundred years of eruptions of house mice in Australia–a natural biological curio. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 84, 617–627.
One hundred years of eruptions of house mice in Australia–a natural biological curio,
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, vol.
Williams, P.G., 2007. Nutritional composition of red meat. Nutrition & Dietetics 64 (Suppl. 4): s113-s119. Online: http://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1053&context=hbspapers&sei-redir=1#search=%22protein%20content%20beef%20australia%22
Wilson, R.G., Edwards, J.M., 2008a. Native wildlife on rangelands to minimize methane and produce lower-emission meat: kangaroos versus livestock. Conservation Letters 1: 119-128.
Native wildlife on rangelands to minimize methane and produce lower-emission meat: kangaroos versus livestock,
Conservation Letters, vol.
Wilson, R.G., Edwards, J.M., 2008b. Kangaroos and greenhouse gases: response to Russell. Conservation Letters 1: 245-246.
Kangaroos and greenhouse gases: response to Russell,
Conservation Letters, vol.
This content is only available as a PDF.