6616 Studies found

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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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Guard dogs and gas exploders as coyote depredation control tools in North Dakota

Based on: Pfeifer W.K. & Goos M.W. (1982)

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Restoration of the red wolf

Based on: Phillips M.K., Henry V.G. & Kelly B.T. (2003)

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2003 2

Wolf predation on cattle in Portugal: Assessing the effects of husbandry systems

Based on: Pimenta V., Barros I., Boitani L. & Beja P. (2017)

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2017 1

Habitat manipulation for reestablishment of Utah prairie dogs In Capitol Reef National Park

Based on: Player R.L. & Urness P.J. (1982)

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1982 2

Community-based methods to reduce crop loss to elephants: experiments in the communal lands of Zimbabwe

Based on: Osborn F.V. & Parker G.E. (2002)

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Evidence for the effectiveness of an oleo-resin capsicum aerosol as a repellent against wild elephants in Zimbabwe

Based on: Osborn F.V. & Rasmussen L.E.L. (1995)

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1995 1

Black bear exclusion fences to protect mobile apiaries

Based on: Otto T.E. & Roloff G.J. (2015)

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2015 1

Home-range studies in a reintroduced brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) population in the Grampians National Park, Victoria

Based on: Molyneux J., Taggart D.A., Corrigan A. & Frey S. (2011)

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Small mammal use of field borders planted as beneficial insect habitat

Based on: Moorman C.E., Plush C.J., Orr D.B., Reberg‐Horton C. & Gardner B. (2013)

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2013 1

Evaluation of intercept feeding to reduce livestock depredation by grizzly bears

Based on: Morehouse A.T. & Boyce M.S. (2017)

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2017 1

Can predator avoidance training improve reintroduction outcomes for the greater bilby in arid Australia?

Based on: Moseby K.E., Cameron A. & Crisp H.A. (2012)

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Native wildlife use of highway underpasses in a desert environment

Based on: Murphy-Mariscal M.L., Barrows C.W. & Allen M.F. (2015)

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Wolf depredation trends and the use of fladry barriers to protect livestock in western North America

Based on: Musiani M., Mamo C., Boitani L., Callaghan C., Gates C.C., Mattei L., Visalberghi E., Breck S. & Volpi G. (2003)

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2003 1

Electric fences for reducing sheep losses to predators

Based on: Nass R.D. & Theade J. (1988)

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1988 1

Training deer to avoid sites through negative reinforcement. USDA National Wildlife Research Center-Staff Publications, 264

Based on: Nolte D.L., VerCauteren K.C., Perry K.R. & Adams S.E. (2003)

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Living with the modern conservation paradigm: can agricultural communities co-exist with elephants? A five-year case study in East Caprivi, Namibia

Based on: O'Connell-Rodwell C.E., Rodwell T., Rice M. & Hart L.A. (2000)

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Limiting depredation by African carnivores: the role of livestock husbandry

Based on: Ogada M.O., Woodroffe R., Oguge N.O. & Frank L.G. (2003)

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Nongame wildlife responses to chaining of pinyon-juniper woodlands

Based on: O'Meara T.E., Haufler J.B., Stelter L.H. & Nagy J.G. (1981)

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1981 1

Efficacy of electronet fencing for excluding coyotes: a case study for enhancing production of black-footed ferrets

Based on: Matchett M.R., Breck S.W. & Callon J. (2013)

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2013 1

Translocations and fauna reconstruction sites: Western Shield review-February 2003

Based on: Mawson P.R. (2004)

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2004 2

Does aversive conditioning reduce human-black bear conflict?

Based on: Mazur R.L. (2010)

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2010 1

Moose movement and mortality associated with the Glenn Highway expansion

Based on: McDonald M.G. (1991)

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Dead or alive? Comparing costs and benefits of lethal and non-lethal human-wildlife conflict mitigation on livestock farms

Based on: McManus J.S., Dickman A.J., Gaynor D., Smuts B.H. & Macdonald B.W. (2015)

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Effectiveness of ledges in culverts for small mammal passage. Report No. CDOT-2007-9

Based on: Meaney C.A., Bakeman M., Reed-Eckert M. & Wostl E. (2007)

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Use of nest boxes by forest vertebrates in Gippsland: acceptance, preference and demand

Based on: Menkhorst P.W. (1984)

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