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Day 2: Biodiversity and Monitoring

Al Glen - Responses of invertebrates and lizards to predator control

Corinne Watts - Invertebrate monitoring using conventional methods and eDNA

John McLennan - Response of birds to predator control using bird counts

Grant Norbury - Linking predator camera trap monitoring to biodiversity benefits

Audrey Lustig - Lost in space? Modelling landscape use and dispersal of mammals in realistic landscapes

John McLennan - The importance (and challenges) of translocations in restoring biodiversity: kiwi

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