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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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Livestock protection dogs for deterring deer from cattle and feed

Based on: VerCauteren K.C., Lavelle M.J. & Phillips G.E. (2008)

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2008 1

Brown bear reintroduction in the Southern Alps: To what extent are expectations being met?

Based on: Tosi G., Chirichella R., Zibordi F., Mustoni A., Giovannini R., Groff C., Zanin M. & Apollonio M. (2015)

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2015 1

Translocating lions into an inbred lion population in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa

Based on: Trinkel M., Ferguson N., Reid A., Reid C., Somers M., Turelli L., Graf J., Szykman M., Cooper D., Haverman P., Kastberger G., Packer C. & Slotow R. (2008)

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The effects of restoring a conifer Plantation on an Ancient Woodland Site (PAWS) in the UK on the habitat and local population of the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius)

Based on: Trout R.C., Brooks S.E., Rudlin P. & Neil J. (2012)

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2012 1

Reintroducing prairie dogs in desert grasslands

Based on: Truett J.C. & Savage T. (1998)

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1998 2

Livestock depredation and mitigation methods practised by resident and nomadic pastoralists around Waza National Park, Cameroon

Based on: Tumenta P.N., de Iongh H.H., Funston P.J. & Udo de Haes H.A. (2013)

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Effectiveness of wildlife warning reflectors in reducing deer vehicle collisions: a behavioral study

Based on: Ujvári M., Baagøe H.J. & Madsen A.B. (1998)

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1998 1

Effectiveness of acoustic road markings in reducing deer-vehicle collisions: a behavioural study

Based on: Ujvári M., Baagøe H.J. & Madsen A.B. (2004)

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2004 1

Deer responses to sounds from a vehicle-mounted sound-production system

Based on: Valitzski S.A., D'Angelo G.J., Gallagher G.R., Osborn D.A., Miller K.V. & Warren R.J. (2009)

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2009 1

Calf mortality and population growth in the Delta caribou herd after wolf control

Based on: Valkenburg P., McNay M.E. & Dale B.W. (2004)

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2004 1

Good dog! Using livestock guardian dogs to protect livestock from predators in Australia’s extensive grazing systems

Based on: Van Bommel L. & Johnson C.N. (2012)

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2012 1

Swift fox response to prescribed fire in shortgrass steppe

Based on: Thompson C.M., Augustine D.J. & Mayers D.M. (2008)

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2008 1

Mammals or reptiles, as surveyed by pittraps, as bio-indicators of rehabilitation success for mine sites in the Goldfields region of Western Australia?

Based on: Thompson G.G. & Thompson S.A. (2005)

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2005 1

Early and late colonizers in mine site rehabilitated waste dumps in the goldfields of Western Australia

Based on: Thompson G.G. & Thompson S.A. (2007)

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2007 1

Controlling deer use of forest vegetation with electric fences

Based on: Tierson W.C. (1969)

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1969 1

Behavioral responses of bobcats and coyotes to habitat fragmentation and corridors in an urban environment

Based on: Tigas L.A., Van Vuren D.H. & Sauvajot R.M. (2002)

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2002 1

Muskrat abundance responses to water level regulation within freshwater coastal wetlands

Based on: Toner J., Farrell J.M. & Mead J.V. (2010)

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2010 1

Long-term assessment of roe deer reintroductions in North-East Spain: A case of success

Based on: Torres R.T., Carvalho J., Fonseca C., Serrano E. & Lopez-Martin J.M. (2016)

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2016 1

Taste-aversion conditioning to reduce nuisance activity by black bears in a Minnesota military reservation

Based on: Ternent M.A. & Garshelis D.L. (1999)

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1999 1

Translocation of a top-order carnivore: tracking the initial survival, spatial movement, home-range establishment and habitat use of Tasmanian devils on Maria Island

Based on: Thalmann S., Peck S., Wise P., Potts J.M., Clarke J. & Richley J. (2016)

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2016 1

Past, present and future conservation of the greater one-horned rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis in Nepal

Based on: Thapa K., Nepal S., Thapa G., Bhatta S.R. & Wikramanayake E. (2013)

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Successful release of a wild Wolf Canis lupus, following treatment for a leg injury

Based on: Thiel R.P. (2000)

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2000 1

Evaluation of wire fences for coyote control

Based on: Thompson B.C. (1979)

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1979 2

Restoring connectivity in landscapes fragmented by major roads: A case study using wooden poles as "stepping stones" for gliding mammals

Based on: Taylor B.D. & Goldingay R.L. (2012)

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2012 2

Squirrel gliders use roadside glide poles to cross a road gap

Based on: Taylor B.D. & Goldingay R.L. (2013)

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