U.S. Army Garrison Hawai`i Invasive rodent files

Prepared by: The O`ahu Army Natural Resource Program (OANRP),

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About this webpage: Available here are files pertaining to invasive rodents. These were produced by PCSU, under contract with the U.S. Army Garrison Hawai`i for the Island of O`ahu. Files appear in chronological order.

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Joe, S. October 2017. Chapter 9 Section 3: Development of a rat bait with slug-repellent properties

2017 Status Report

Bogardus, T. 2017. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 8: Rodent Management

2017 Status Report

Bogardus, T. 2017. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Appendix 8-1 Experimental Protocol for ContraPest Trial in Forest Areas

2017 Status Report

Bogardus, T. 2016. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 8: Rodent Management

2016 Status Report

Bogardus, T. 2016. Appendix 8-1 OANRP Diphacinone-50 Hand Broadcast Study

2016 Status Report

Bogardus, T. 2016. Appendix 8-2 OANRP Rodent Standard Operating Procedures

2016 Status Report

Krushelnycky, P. 2016. Appendix ES-6 Assessment of Effects of Rodent Removal on Arthropods, and Development of Arthropod Monitoring Protocols, on Conservation Lands under US Army Management

2016 Status Report

Joe, S. and Bogardus, T. July 2016. Development of a rat bait with slug-repellent properties

Bogardus, T. December 2015. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 6: Rodent Management

2015 Status Report

Bogardus, T. December 2015. Appendix 6-1 OANRP Diaphacinone-50 Hand Broadcast Study

2015 Status Report

Krushelnycky, P. 2015. Appendix ES-12 Rodent Arthropod Annual Statement of Work

2015 Status Report

Bogardus, T. December 2014. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 6: Rodent Management

2014 Status Report

Krushelnycky, P. 2014. Appendix ES-13 Assessment of Effects of Rodent Removal on Arthropods, and Development of Arthropod Monitoring Protocols, on conservation lands under US Army management

2014 Status Report

Franklin, K. December 2013. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 6: Rodent Management

2013 Status Report

Franklin, K. 2013. Appendix 6-1 Assessing the Utility of Goodnature A24 Automatic Rat Traps

2013 Status Report

Krushelnycky, P. 2013. Appendix ES-4 Rat Arthropod Research Update

2013 Status Report

Franklin, K. Sept. 19, 2013. Informational report on the use of Goodnature A24 rat traps in Hawaii. Prepared for Kalaupapa National Historical Park. 22 pages.

Shiels, A.B., C.A. Flores, A. Khamsing, P.D. Krushelnycky, S.M. Mosher and D.R. Drake. 2013.  Dietary niche differentiation among three species of invasive rodents (Rattus rattus, R. exulans, Mus musculus) Biological Invasions 15: 1037-1048

Franklin, K. and M. Lucas. Oral Presentation. July 2013. A bolt in time to save the Army's bottom line - Investigating the utility of automatic rat traps in Hawaii. 21st Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2013

Pender, R.J., A.B. Shiels, L. Bailic-Murphy and S. Mosher. 2013. Large-scale rodent control reduces pre- and post-dispersal seed predation of the endangered Hawaiian lobeliad, Cyanea superba subsp. superba (Campanulaceae). Biological Invasions 15: 213-223

 

OANRP Staff. December 2012. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 6: Rodent Control Program

2012 Status Report

Franklin, K. 2012. Appendix 6-1 Goodnature A24 Automatic Rat Trap Study Proposal

2012 Status Report

Krushelnycky, P. 2012. Appendix ES-4 Rat Arthropod Research Update

2012 Status Report

Rohrer, J. and K. Franklin. Oral Presentation. July 2012. The O'ahu Army Natural Resources Adaptive Rat Control Program - Fighting the
Never-Ending Battle. 20th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2012

Shiels, A.B. and D.R. Drake. 2011.  Are introduced rats (Rattus rattus) both seed predators and dispersers in Hawaii? Biological Invasions 13 (4): 883-894

OANRP Staff. December 2011. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 5.5 Small vertebrate pest control

2011 Status Report

Krushelnycky, P. 2011.  Appendix ES-5 Assessment of effects of rodent removal on arthropods

2011 Status Report

Shiels, A.B. 2011.  Frugivory by introduced black rats (Rattus rattus) promotes dispersal of invasive plant seeds Biological Invasions 13: 781-792

Shiels, A. December 2010. Ecology and impacts of introduced rodents (Rattus spp. and Mus musculus) in the Hawaiian islands. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Hawaii at Manoa

2010 PhD Thesis

Krushelnycky, P.D. December 2010.  Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7.6.2.6: Patterns of Arthropod Diversity in Natural Areas Undergoing Rodent Management on Oahu

2010 Status Report

Shiels, A. 2010. Chapter 7.6.2.7: Cyanea superba subsp. superba Monitoring (Kahanahaiki MU & Pahole NAR)

2010 Status Report

Pender, R. L. Bialic-Murphy, A. Shiels, and S. Mosher. Oral Presentation. July 2010. Does large-scale rodent control reduce fruit predation of Cyanea superba subsp. superba? 18th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference

HCC 2010

Mosher, S., D. Peters, L. Wilson, J.L. Rohrer, A.B. Shiels and S. Joe. Oral Presentation. July 2010. Controlling invasive rats (Rattus spp.) with a large scale trapping grid for endangered species conservation on O'ahu, Hawai'i. 18th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference

HCC 2010

Mosher, S.M., J.L. Rohrer, V. Costello, M.D. Burt, M. Keir, J. Beachy, H.K. Kawelo, and M. Mansker. Proceedings Paper. Feb. 2010. Rat control for the protection of endangered birds, plants, and tree snails on the island of Oahu, HI. 24th Vertebrate Pest Conference. Sacramento, CA

 

Mosher, S.M., D. Peters, L. Wilson, J.L. Rohrer, and A. Shiels. Poster.  Feb. 2010.  Control of the invasive black rat (Rattus rattus) and Pacific rat (Rattus exulans) using a large scale trapping grid for endangered tree snail and plant conservation in Hawaii.  Island Invasives: Eradication and Management Conference, NZ

NZ 2010

OANRP Staff. December 2010.  Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7.6: Rat - Kahanahaiki Large Scale Trapping Grid

2010 Status Report

OANRP Staff. December 2009. Status Report For the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 6.6: Rat - Kahanahaiki Large Scale Trapping Grid

2009 Status Report

Meyer, W.M., and A.B. Shiels. 2009. Black Rat (Rattus rattus) Predation on Nonindigenous Snails in Hawaii: Complex Management Implications. Pacific Science 63(3): 339-347

Swift, C., M. Mansker, J. Kozak, K. Welch, C. Russo, C. Martin, K. Foote and P. Chee. Poster.  July 2009.  A Review and Update of the Multi-Agency Program to Support the Use of Rodenticides in Hawai'i for Conservation Purposes. 17th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2009

Drake, D.R. and A.B. Shiels. December 2007.  Status Reports for the Mākua Implementation Plan and the Draft O'ahu Implementation Plan. Appendix 3-5: Effects of alien rodents on Hawaiian mesic forest

2007 Status Report

Drake, D.R. and A.B. Shiels. December 2006. Status Reports for the Mākua Implementation Plan and the Draft O'ahu Implementation Plan. Appendix VIII: Scientific Research Proposal, Impacts of alien rodents on Hawaiian plant communities

2006 Status Report

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