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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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No effect of artificial light of different colors on commuting Daubenton's bats (Myotis daubentonii) in a choice experiment

Based on: Spoelstra K., Ramakers J.J.C., van Dis N.E. & Visser M.E. (2018)

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Common bats are more abundant within Natura 2000 areas

Based on: Kerbiriou C., Azam C., Touroult J., Marmet J., Julien J.-F. & Pellissier V. (2018)

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Heard but not seen: Comparing bat assemblages and study methods in a mosaic landscape in the Western Ghats of India

Based on: Wordley C.F.R., Sankaran M., Mudappa D. & Altringham J.D. (2018)

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In artificial roost comparison, bats show preference for rocket box style

Based on: Hoeh J.P.S., Bakken G.S., Mitchell W.A. & O'Keefe J.M. (2018)

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Long-term monitoring suggests bat boxes may alter local bat community structure

Based on: Griffiths S.R., Lumsden L.F., Bender R., Irvine R., Godinho L.N., Visintin C., Eastick D., Robert K.A. & Lentini P.E. (2018)

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Diversionary feeding can reduce red deer habitat selection pressure on vulnerable forest stands, but is not a panacea for red deer damage

Based on: Arnold J.M., Gerhardt P., Steyaert S., Hackländer K. & Hochbichler E. (2018)

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Wildlife warning reflectors do not mitigate wildlife–vehicle collisions on roads

Based on: Benten A., Hothorn T., Vor T. & Ammer C. (2018)

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Effect of varying coppice height on tree survival and ground flora in Brasenose Wood, Oxfordshire, UK

Based on: Wright I.R. & Bartel T.W. (2017)

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Cutting trees in a secondary forest to increase gaur Bos gaurus numbers in Khao Phaeng Ma Reforestation area, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand

Based on: Prayong N. & Srikosamatara S. (2017)

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Herbaceous vegetation enhancement increases biodiversity in a wine-producing vineyard in Israel, promoting shifts in agricultural practices in other vineyards

Based on: Shapira I, Rosenfeld A., Rothschild A., Ackerman M., Eshel G. & Keasar T. (2017)

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Improving capture rate for an invasive species in Mauritius: determining Asian musk shrew Suncus murinus bait preference

Based on: Field A.J., Copsey J.A., Tragett C.E.E. & Goder M. (2017)

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First experimental release of the red-and-green macaw Ara chloropterus in Corrientes, Argentina

Based on: Volpe N.L., Di Giacomo A.S. & Berkunsky I. (2017)

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Education workshops improve the ability of Forest Departments to identify amphibians in Western Ghats, India

Based on: Kanagavel A., Parvathy S. & Divakar N. (2017)

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Effect of reducing red deer Cervus elaphus density on browsing impact and growth of Scots pine Pinus sylvestris seedlings in semi-natural woodland in the Cairngorms, UK

Based on: Rao S.J. (2017)

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Experimental cutting of the shrub layer did not improve capercaillie Tetrao urogallus breeding success during wet summers in Scots pine forests, Strathspey, UK

Based on: Summers R., Dugan D., Willi J. & Macfie A. (2017)

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Boma fortification is cost-effective at reducing predation of livestock in a high-predation zone in the Western Mara region, Kenya

Based on: Sutton A.E., Downey M.G., Kamande E., Munyao F., Rinaldi M., Taylor A.K. & Pimm S. (2017)

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Effects of culverts and roadside fencing on the rate of roadkill of small terrestrial vertebrates in northern Limpopo, South Africa

Based on: Collinson W. J., Davies-Mostert H. T. & Davies-Mostert W. (2017)

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Designing a new access point for lesser horseshoe bats, Gloucestershire, UK

Based on: Reason P.F. (2017)

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Performance of artificial maternity bat roost structures near Bath, UK

Based on: Garland L., Wells M. & Markham S. (2017)

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The effectiveness of deterrent measures to minimize disturbance impacts to breeding European nightjar at an upland wind farm site in South Wales, UK

Based on: Shewring M.P. & Vafidis J.O. (2017)

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The rapid response of foraging bumblebees Bombus spp. to hay meadow restoration in the Yorkshire Dales and Forest of Bowland, UK

Based on: Edmonson C., St. Pierre T., Robinson S. & Powell I. (2017)

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Livestock management and dam removal allowed the recovery of an aquatic habitat for endangered frog and fish species in Argentinian Patagonia

Based on: Arellano M.L., Velasco M.A., Quiroga S., Kass C.A., Kass N.A. & Kacoliris F.P. (2017)

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Does organic farming enhance biodiversity in Mediterranean vineyards? A case study with bats and arachnids

Based on: Froidevaux J.S.P., Louboutin B. & Jones G. (2017)

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Reducing bat fatalities at wind facilities while improving the economic efficiency of operational mitigation

Based on: Martin C.M., Arnett E.B., Stevens R.D. & Wallace M. (2017)

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Bat Detection and Shutdown System for Utility-Scale Wind Turbines

Based on: Electric Power Research Institute (2017)

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