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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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A translocation experiment for the conservation of maned sloths, Bradypus torquatus (Xenarthra, Bradypodidae)

Based on: Chiarello A.G, Chivers D.J., Bassi C., Amelia M., Maciel F., Moreira L.S. & Bazzalo M. (2004)

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Ecosystem level impacts of invasive Acacia saligna in the South African fynbos

Based on: Yelenik S.G., Stock W.D. & Richardson D.M. (2004)

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Facilitating grassland diversification using the hemiparasitic plant Rhinanthus minor

Based on: Pywell R.F., Bullock J.M., Walker K.J., Coulson S.J., Gregory S.J. & Stevenson M.J. (2004)

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The use of hand-raised psittacines for reintroduction: a case study of scarlet macaws (Ara macao) in Peru and Costa Rica

Based on: Brightsmith D. (2004)

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Translocation of the palila, an endangered Hawaiian honeycreeper

Based on: Fancy S.G., Snetsinger T.J. & Jacobi J.D. (1997)

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Riparian forest restoration: why each site needs an ecological prescription

Based on: Sweeney B.W. & Czapka S.J. (2004)

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Foraging by bats in cleared, thinned and unharvested boreal forest

Based on: Patriquin K.J. & Barclay R.M.R. (2003)

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Experimental removal of introduced hedgehogs improves wader nest success

Based on: Jackson D.B. (2001)

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Germination and establishment of halophytes on brine affected soils

Based on: Keiffer C.H. & Ungar I.A. (2002)

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Effects of prescribed fire on herpetofauna in bottomland hardwood forests

Based on: Moseley K.R., Castleberry S.B. & Schweitzer S.H. (2003)

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Putting dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) back on the map

Based on: Bright P. & Morris P. (2002)

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Putting dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) back on the map

Based on: Bright P. & Morris P. (2002)

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Providing foraging resources for bumblebees in intensively farmed landscapes

Based on: Pywell R.F., Warman E.A., Carvell C., Sparks T.H., Dicks L.V., Bennett D., Wright A., Critchley C.N.R. & Sherwood A. (2005)

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Effects of grazing management on creeping thistle and other injurous weeds and integration of grazing with weed control

Based on: Pywell R., Tallowin J. & Masters G. (2004)

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Spatial changes in grey partridge (Perdix perdix) distribution in relation to 25 years of changing agriculture in Sussex, U.K

Based on: Aebischer N.J. & Potts G.R. (1998)

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Spatial changes in grey partridge (Perdix perdix) distribution in relation to 25 years of changing agriculture in Sussex, U.K

Based on: Aebischer N.J. & Potts G.R. (1998)

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Factors affecting invasion and persistence of broom Cytisus scoparius in Australia

Based on: Sheppard A.W., , P. Paynter Q. & Rees M. (2002)

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Does culling of predatory gulls enhance the productivity of breeding common terns?

Based on: Guillemette M. & Brousseau P. (2001)

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The use of nitrogen fertilizer on alternative grassland feeding refuges for pink-footed geese in spring

Based on: Patterson I.J. & Fuchs R.M.E. (2001)

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The use of nitrogen fertilizer on alternative grassland feeding refuges for pink-footed geese in spring

Based on: Patterson I.J. & Fuchs R.M.E. (2001)

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The use of nitrogen fertilizer on alternative grassland feeding refuges for pink-footed geese in spring

Based on: Patterson I.J. & Fuchs R.M.E. (2001)

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Does supplementary feeding reduce predation of red grouse by hen harriers?

Based on: Redpath S.M., Thirgood S.J. & Leckie F.M. (2001)

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Population dynamics and the importance of habitat management for conservation of the butterfly Lopinga achine

Based on: Bergman K.O. (2001)

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The effect of provenance on the performance of Crataegus monogyna in hedges

Based on: Jones A.T., Hayes M.J. & Hamilton N.R.S. (2001)

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Commercial picking of Banksia hookeriana in the wild reduces subsequent shoot, flower and seed production

Based on: Witkowski E.T.F., Lamont B.B. & Obbens F.J. (1994)

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