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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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Arthropod reaction to landscape and habitat features in agricultural landscapes

Based on: Jeanneret P., Schupbach B. & Pfiffner L. (2003)

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2003 2

Arthropods in grassy field margins in the Wieringermeer: Scope, population development and possible consequences for farm practice

Based on: Canters K.J. & Tamis W.L.M. (1999)

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1999 1

Artificial addition of snags and nest boxes to slash pine plantations

Based on: Caine L.A. & Marion W.R. (1991)

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1991 1

Artificial bat roosts did not accelerate forest regeneration in abandoned pastures in southern Costa Rica

Based on: Reid J.L., Holste E.K. & Zahawi R.A. (2013)

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2013 1

Artificial bird perches for the regeneration of degraded tropical peat swamp forest: a restoration tool with limited potential

Based on: Graham L.L.B. & Page S.E. (2011)

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2011 1

Artificial cavity construction: An alternative to nest boxes

Based on: Gano Jr R.D. & Mosher J.A. (1983)

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1983 1

Artificial dens for raccoons

Based on: Stuewer F.W. (1948)

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1948 1

Artificial dispersal as a restoration tool in meadows: sowing or planting?

Based on: Wallin L., Svensson B.M. & Lönn M. (2009)

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2009 1

Artificial dispersal of endangered epiphytic lichens: a tool for conservation in boreal forest landscapes

Based on: Liden M., Petterson M., Bergsten U. & Lundmark T. (2004)

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Artificial dispersal of endangered epiphytic lichens: a tool for conservation in boreal forest landscapes

Based on: Liden M., Petterson M., Bergsten U. & Lundmark T. (2004)

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Artificial disturbance promotes recovery of rare Mediterranean temporary pond plant species on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, England

Based on: Scott A., Maclean I.M.D. , Byfield A., Pay A.R. & Wilson R.J. (2012)

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Artificial egg-laying sites for lizards: a conservation strategy

Based on: Castilla A.M. & Swallow J.G. (1995)

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Artificial establishment of a ground squirrel colony

Based on: Salmon T.P. & Marsh R.E. (1981)

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1981 1

Artificial feeding to attract wild birds close to a viewing area at Belfast Lough RSPB Reserve, Antrim, Northern Ireland

Based on: McGeehan A. (2005)

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2005 2

Artificial floating islands for nesting black-throated divers Gavia arctica in Scotland: construction, use and effect on breeding success

Based on: Hancock M. (2000)

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2000 1

Artificial incubation of falcon eggs

Based on: Burnham W. (1983)

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1983 1

Artificial incubation of kakapo Strigops habroptilus eggs and brooding of chicks while in the nest, Codfish Island, New Zealand

Based on: Jansen W.P. (2005)

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2005 1

Artificial Incubation of Sparrow Hawk Eggs

Based on: Snelling J.C. (1972)

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1972 1

Artificial incubation of wild-collected eggs of American and Orinoco crocodiles (Crocodylus acutus and C. intermedius), Gua-rico and Zulia, Venezuela

Based on: Barros T., Jiménez-Oraá M., Heredia H.J. & Seijas A.E. (2010)

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Artificial incubation of yellow-headed sideneck turtle Podocnemis unifilis eggs to reduce losses to flooding and predation, Cojedes and Manapire Rivers, southern Venezuela

Based on: Herández O., Espinosa-Blanco A.S., May Lugo C., Jimenez-Oraa M. & Seijas A.E. (2010)

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Artificial islands as nest sites for common loons

Based on: McIntyre J.W. & Mathisen J.E. (1977)

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1977 1

Artificial nest site preferences of black-capped chickadees

Based on: Cooper C. & Bonter D. (2008)

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2008 1

Artificial nest structure use and reproductive success of barn owls in northeastern Arkansas

Based on: Radley P.M. & Bednarz J.C. (2005)

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2005 1

Artificial nest structures and grassland raptors

Based on: Howard R.P. & Hilliard M. (1980)

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1980 2

Artificial nests for ferruginous and Swainson's hawks

Based on: Schmutz J.K., Fyfe R.W., Moore D.A. & Smith A.R. (1984)

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