Sessional Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development Written Submissions Received Volume 2 Issues associated with the progressive entry into the Northern Territory of Cane Toads October 2003
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Written Submissions WWF FROGS! Program Volume 2 Cane Toad Inquiry Report 79 1) TIME 2) SPACE 3) OLFACTION 4) TASTE 5) HEARING/ VOCALISATION 6) SIGHT 7) TOUCH 8) DIURNAL BEHAVIOUR 9) NOCTURNAL BEHAVIOUR 10) SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR 11) BIOMECHANICS 12) MIGRATION/ DISPERSAL BEHAVIOUR 13) FORAGING BEHAVIOUR 14) REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR 15) TEMPERATURE 16) HABITAT/ECOLOG ASSOCIATIONS 17) GEOGRAPHY e.g. aspect/slope/etc 18) REPELLANTS 19) ATTRACTANTS 20) TERRESTRIAL BARRIERS 21) AQUATIC BARRIERS 22) TRAPPING 23) SEARCHING TECHNIQUES 24) REMOTE SENSING 25) CAPTURE TECHNIQUES 26) HANDLING TECHNIQUES 27) KILLING TECHNIQUES Education, Awareness, Communication and Training The educational components will be planned and implemented in tandem with the research components of the cane toad program. They will improve general awareness of the scope and impact of the cane toad problem, and broadly engage the community, formally and informally, in the process of solving it. A major objective of the education program will be to keep the Australian public fully informed on the intentions, developments and progress of this program. The cane toad education program will also include innovative programs that engage community interest and participation in sustainable development and the nurturing of ecological health.
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