Containment and exclusion are critical actions in a rapid response to new pest fish incursions and in the ongoing management of established pest fish populations. Effective containment and exclusion limits the scale of potential environmental, social and economic impacts and reduces the area of management, thus reducing associated costs and resources. Physical and behavioural barriers can be used for fish containment and exclusion and their use is often an integral part of pest fish eradication and control programs.
Produced by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre as part of the PestSmart series.
|Documents:||PestSmart Factsheet: Containment as a method for pest fish control|
|Links:||PestSmart Toolkit carp page PestSmart Toolkit tilapia page|
|Author:||Invasive Animals CRC|
|Publisher:||Invasive Animals CRC|
|ISBN/ISSN:||PestSmart code: PFFS2|
|Region:||Australia - national|