1876 Actions found

Actions to Conserve wildlife

We have summarised evidence from the scientific literature about the effects of different interventions to conserve wildlife and ecosystem services.

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Crassula helmsii: Physical control using manual/mechanical control or dredging

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0 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Physical control using manual/mechanical control or dredging

Crassula helmsii: Plant other species to suppress growth

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0 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Plant other species to suppress growth

Crassula helmsii: Public education

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Crassula helmsii: Surround with wire mesh

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0 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Surround with wire mesh

Crassula helmsii: Use a combination of control measures

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Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) 1 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use a combination of control measures

Crassula helmsii: Use dyes to reduce light levels

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Unlikely to be beneficial 1 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use dyes to reduce light levels

Crassula helmsii: Use flame-throwers to control plants

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0 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use flame-throwers to control plants

Crassula helmsii: Use grazing to control plants

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Unlikely to be beneficial 2 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use grazing to control plants

Crassula helmsii: Use hot foam to control plants

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Unlikely to be beneficial 2 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use hot foam to control plants

Crassula helmsii: Use hot water to control plants

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0 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use hot water to control plants

Crassula helmsii: Use hydrogen peroxide to control plants

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Unlikely to be beneficial 1 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use hydrogen peroxide to control plants

Crassula helmsii: Use lightproof barriers to control plants

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Likely to be beneficial 5 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use lightproof barriers to control plants

Crassula helmsii: Use liquid nitrogen to kill plants

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0 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use liquid nitrogen to kill plants

Crassula helmsii: Use salt water to kill plants

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Likely to be beneficial 3 <i>Crassula helmsii</i>: Use salt water to kill plants

Create alternative bat roosts within developments

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Likely to be beneficial 10 Create alternative bat roosts within developments

Create artificial caves or hibernacula for bats

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Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) 2 Create artificial caves or hibernacula for bats

Create artificial hibernacula or aestivation sites

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Likely to be beneficial 4 Create artificial hibernacula or aestivation sites

Create artificial hollows and cracks in trees for roosting bats

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Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) 1 Create artificial hollows and cracks in trees for roosting bats

Create artificial water sources

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Likely to be beneficial 5 Create artificial water sources

Create beetle banks

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Unlikely to be beneficial 6 Create beetle banks

Create beetle banks

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Likely to be beneficial 23 Create beetle banks

Create beetle banks

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Unlikely to be beneficial 18 Create beetle banks

Create buffer zones around protected primate habitat

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Create buffer zones around protected primate habitat

Create buffer zones beside roads and other transportation corridors

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Create buffer zones beside roads and other transportation corridors

Create corn bunting plots

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Create corn bunting plots
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