6616 Studies found


An individual study is a summary of a specific scientific study, providing background context, the conservation action(s) taken and their consequences.

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Alfalfa harvest strategy effect on lygus bug (Hemiptera: Miridae) and insect predator population density: implications for use as trap crop in cotton

Based on: Godfrey L.D. & Leigh T.F. (1994)

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Alien mammals, impact and management in the French subantarctic islands

Based on: Chapuis J.L., Boussès P. & Barnaud G. (1994)

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Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) captive propagation to promote recovery of declining populations

Based on: Smyser T.J. & Swihart R.K. (2014)

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2014 1

Allelopathy as a competitive strategy in persistent thickets of Lantana camara L. in three Australian forest communities

Based on: Gentle C.B. & Duggin J.A. (1997)

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Alleviation of summer drought boosts establishment success of Pinus sylvestris in a Mediterranean mountain: an experimental approach

Based on: Castro J., Zamora R., Hodar J.A. & Gomez J.M. (2005)

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Alley cropping - soil productivity and nutrient cycling

Based on: Kang B.T. (1997)

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1997 1

Alloparental care and kleptoparasitism in the semicolonial Montagu's harrier Circus pygargus

Based on: Arroyo B.E. & Garcia J.T. (2002)

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2002 1

Almond tree and organic fertilization for soil quality improvement in southern Italy

Based on: Macci C., Doni S., Peruzzi E., Masciandaro G., Mennone C. & Ceccanti B. (2012)

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2012 1

Alpha and beta diversity of arthropods and plants in organically and conventionally managed wheat fields

Based on: Clough Y., Holzschuh A., Gabriel D., Purtauf T., Kleijn D., Kruess A., Steffan-Dewenter I. & Tscharntke T. (2007)

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Altering perceived predation risk and food availability: management prescriptions to benefit farmland birds on stubble fields

Based on: Whittingham M.J., Devereux C.L., Evans A.D. & Bradbury R.B. (2006)

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2006 2

Altering turbine speed reduces bat mortality at wind-energy facilities

Based on: Arnett E.B., Huso M.M.P., Schirmacher M.R. & Hayes J.P. (2010)

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Alternative Crop Rotations under Mediterranean No-Tillage Conditions: Biomass, Grain Yield, and Water-Use Efficiency

Based on: Álvaro-Fuentes J., Lampurlanés J. & Cantero-Martínez C. (2009)

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Alternative food and rabbit damage in vineyards of southern Spain

Based on: Barrio I.C., Bueno C.G. & Tortosa F.S. (2010)

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2010 2

Alternative management on fens, response of vegetation to grazing and mowing

Based on: Stammel B., Kiehl K. & Pfadenhauer J. (2003)

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2003 3

Alternative silvicultural practices with variable retention to improve understory plant diversity conservation in southern Patagonian forests

Based on: Lencinas M.V., Pastur G.M., Gallo E. & Cellini J.M. (2011)

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2011 1

Alternative soil and pest management practices for sustainable production of fresh-market cabbage

Based on: Roberts B.W. & Cartwright B. (1991)

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1991 2

Alternatives for the bulb trade from Turkey: a case study of indigenous bulb propagation

Based on: Entwistle A., Atay S., Byfield A., & Oldfield S. (2002)

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Altica cyanea (Col: Chrysomelidae) for the biological control of Ludwigia prostrata (Onagraceae) in China.

Based on: Xiao-Shui W. (1990)

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1990 1

American Bullfrogs as Invasive Species: A Review of the Introduction, Subsequent Problems, Management Options, and Future Directions

Based on: Snow N.P. & Witmer G (2010)

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2010 1

American kestrel completes clutch following movement of its nest box

Based on: Carpenter T.W. (1992)

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1992 1

Amphibian and reptile community response to coarse woody debris manipulations in upland loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) forests

Based on: Owens A.K., Moseley K.R., McCay T.S., Castleberry S.B., Kilgo J.C. & Ford W.M. (2008)

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Amphibian and reptile tunnels in the Netherlands

Based on: Zuiderwijk A. (1989)

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1989 3

Amphibian biodiversity recovery in a large-scale ecosystem restoration

Based on: Brodman R., Parrish M., Kraus H. & Cortwright S. (2006)

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2006 1

Amphibian breeding station in Hanoi: a trial model for linking conservation and research with sustainable use

Based on: Truong N.Q., The D.T., Cuong P.T., Tao N.T. & Ziegler T. (2009)

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Amphibian colonisation of new ponds in an agricultural landscape

Based on: Baker J.M.R. & Halliday T.R. (1999)

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