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Routine surveillance methods
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Routine surveillance methods

Jaclyn Pearson Biosecurity for LIFE Officer, United Kingdom

In the event that an invasive predator does reach the island, it is very important that it be detected before a population has time to establish. Here we explain which tools you should use.

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