The Australian Rangeland Society
An experiment to assess the relative importance of rabbits and larger native or feral animals (mainly goats) on the vegetation of the Gammon Ranges National Park is described. The experiment consists of six sets of exclosures with unfenced controls in three vegetation types typical of foothills of the Northern Flinders Ranges in a 200 mm rainfall area. The results, after 4 years of observation, show that despite the visual . . . .
1981 Australian Rangeland Society Biennial Conference