Demise of the dingo

Glen A. S., Dickman C. R., SoulÉ M. E. & Mackey B. G. (2007) Evaluating the role of the dingo as a trophic regulator in Australian ecosystems. Austral Ecology 32, 492-501.

Aim: 
Investigate evidence for trophic regulation of ecosystems by the dingo, suggest some questions for future research, and discuss the design of experiments to test these.
Type of Study: 
Review paper
Key Results: 
dingo is an important trophic regulator in Australian ecosystems. Experimental work needed.
Treatments: 
N/A
Response: 
reintroducing/cease culling dingoes may have benefits for biodiversity through the suppression of cats, foxes and rabbits.
Models: 
N/A
Reviewer: 
Aaron Greenville
Locations: 
Australia, excluding Tas.
Response variable : 
N/A
Replication: 
N/A
Ecosystem: 
N/A
Full Reference: 
Glen A. S., Dickman C. R., SoulÉ M. E. & Mackey B. G. (2007) Evaluating the role of the dingo as a trophic regulator in Australian ecosystems. Austral Ecology 32, 492-501.