Demise of the dingo

Newsome T. M., Ballard G.-A., Crowther M. S., Dellinger J. A., Fleming P. J. S., Glen A. S., Greenville A. C., Johnson C. N., Letnic M., Moseby K. E., Nimmo D. G., Nelson M. P., Read J. L., Ripple W. J., Ritchie E. G., Shores C. R., Wallach A. D., Wirsing

Aim: 
To determine what is a feasible experimental design for assessing the role of dingoes in ecological restoration
Type of Study: 
Review paper
Key Results: 
Reintroduce dingoes to Sturt National Park using a BACI framework.
Treatments: 
NA
Response: 
Sturt National Park provides an optimal reintroduction site because critical interactions between dingoes, mesopredators, overabundant herbivores, native prey, and vegetation can be tested.
Models: 
NA
Reviewer: 
Aaron Greenville
Locations: 
Western NSW
Response variable : 
NA
Replication: 
NA
Ecosystem: 
arid rangelands
Full Reference: 
Newsome T. M., Ballard G.-A., Crowther M. S., Dellinger J. A., Fleming P. J. S., Glen A. S., Greenville A. C., Johnson C. N., Letnic M., Moseby K. E., Nimmo D. G., Nelson M. P., Read J. L., Ripple W. J., Ritchie E. G., Shores C. R., Wallach A. D., Wirsing A. J. & Dickman C. R. (2015) Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restoration. Restor. Ecol. 23, 201-8.