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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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Differential use of highway underpasses by bats

Based on: Bhardwaj M., Soanes K., Straka T.M., Lahoz-Monfort J.J., Lumsden L.F. & van der Ree R. (2017)

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Vegetated fauna overpass disguises road presence and facilitates permeability for forest microbats in Brisbane, Australia

Based on: McGregor M., Matthews K. & Jones D. (2017)

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Population trends of cave-dwelling bats in the Eastern Iberian Peninsula and the effect of protecting their roosts

Based on: Machado M.C., Monsalve M.A., Castello A., Almenar D., Alcocer A. & Monros J.S. (2017)

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Controlling invasive predators enhances the long-term survival of endangered New Zealand long-tailed bats (Chalinolobus tuberculatus): Implications for conservation of bats on oceanic islands

Based on: O'Donnell C.F.J., Pryde M.A., van Dam-Bates P. & Elliott G.P. (2017)

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Efficacy of a probiotic bacterium to treat bats affected by the disease white-nose syndrome

Based on: Cheng T.L., Mayberry H., McGuire L.P., Hoyt J.R., Langwig K.E., Nguyen |H., Parise K.L., Foster J.T., Willis C.K.R., Kilpatrick A.M. & Frick W.F. (2017)

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Age of enlightenment: long-term effects of outdoor aesthetic lights on bats in churches

Based on: Rydell J., Eklöf J. & Sánchez-Navarro S. (2017)

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Adverse effects of artificial illumination on bat drinking activity

Based on: Russo D., Cistrone L., Libralato N., Korine C., Jones G. & Ancillotto L. (2017)

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Response of bats to light with different spectra: light-shy and agile bat presence is affected by white and green, but not red light

Based on: Spoelstra K., van Grunsven R.H.A., Ramakers J.J.C., Ferguson K.B., Raap T., Donners M. & Veenendaal E.M. (2017)

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Artificial tree hollow creation for cavity-using wildlife – Trialling an alternative method to that of nest boxes

Based on: Rueegger N. (2017)

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Habitat features act as unidirectional and dynamic filters to bat use of production landscapes

Based on: Burgar J.M., Stokes V.L. & Craig M.D. (2017)

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Bat boxes are not a silver bullet conservation tool

Based on: Griffiths S.R., Bender R., Godinho L.N., Lentini P.E., Lumsden L.F. & Robert K.A. (2017)

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Bat boxes in urban non-native forests: a popular practice that should be reconsidered

Based on: López-Baucells A., Puig-Montserrat X., Torre I., Freixas L., Mas M., Arrizabalaga A. & Flaquer C. (2017)

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Experimental evaluation of the effects of management of invasive corals on native communities

Based on: De Paula A.F., Fleury B., Lages B. & Creed J. (2017)

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Oyster reef restoration: substrate suitability may depend on specific restoration goals

Based on: Graham P.M., Palmer T.A. & Beseres P.J. (2017)

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Trade-offs in marine protection: multispecies interactions within a community-led temperate marine reserve

Based on: Howarth L.M., Dubois P., Gratton P., Judge M., Christie B., Waggitt J.J., Hawkins J.P., Roberts C.M. & Stewart B.D. (2017)

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Conservation education program for threatened Asian horseshoe crabs: A step towards reducing community apathy to environmental conservation

Based on: Kwan B.K.Y., Cheung J.H.Y., Law A.C.K., Cheung S.G. & Shin P.K.S. (2017)

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Factors affecting bycatch in a developing New Zealand scampi potting fishery

Based on: Major R.N., Taylor D.I., Connor S., Connor G. & Jeffs A.G. (2017)

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Disentangling the effects of fishing and environmental forcing on demographic variation in an exploited species

Based on: Teck S.J., Lorda J., Shears N.T., Bell T.W., Cornejo-Donoso J., Caselle J.E., Hamilton S.L. & Gaines S.D. (2017)

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Benefits of a replenishment zone revealed through trends in focal species at Glover’s Atoll, Belize

Based on: Tewfik A., Babcock E., Gibson J., Burns P.V. & Strindberg S. (2017)

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The bio-economic effects of artificial reefs: mixed evidence from Shandong, China

Based on: Sun P., Liu X., Tang Y., Cheng W., Sun R., Wang X., Wan R. & Heino M. (2017)

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Bat activity in rice paddies: Organic and conventional farms compared to unmanaged habitat

Based on: Toffoli R. & Rughetti M. (2017)

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An assessment of seed viability, germination and vegetative propagation requirements for Nuphar pumila (NECR244)

Based on: Peach J., Davies R., Walmisley J. & Chapman T. (2017)

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Taking the elephant out of the room and into the corridor: can urban corridors work?

Based on: Adams T.S., Chase M.J., Rogers T.L. & Leggett K.E. (2017)

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First soft-release of a relocated puma in South America

Based on: Adania C.H., de Carvalho W.D., Rosalino L.M., Pereira J.D. & Crawshaw P.G. (2017)

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Performance of arch-style road crossing structures from relative movement rates of large mammals

Based on: Andis A.Z., Huijser M.P. & Broberg L. (2017)

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