ResearchDepartment of Vertebrate Zoology
Research in the Department includes the study of fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The Department holds the largest collection of vertebrate specimens in the world.
Institute for Biological Invasions
University of Tennessee. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Research interests include: patterns displayed by species introduced outside their geographic ranges; the impacts such species hae on the communities they invade, and the means by which such invasions can be managed.
National Wildlife Research Center
USDA. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Research includes projects related to mammalian invasive species; managing invasive species in Hawaii; brown tree snake management; and avian populations.
Risk Assessment for the Import and Keeping of Exotic Vertebrates in Australia (PDF | 0.9 MB)
Mary Bomford (2003) Bureau of Rural Sciences. Canberra. Australia
Evaluates literature reviews and research on past introductions of mammals and birds into Australia to determine the factors most likely to promote the establishment of exotic populations.