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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Propane exploders and Electronic Guards were ineffective at reducing deer damage in cornfields

Based on: Gilsdorf J.M., Hygnstrom S.E., VerCauteren K.C., Blankenship E.E. & Engeman R.M. (2004)

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Evaluation of a deer-activated bioacoustic frightening device for reducing deer damage in cornfields

Based on: Gilsdorf J.M., Hygnstrom S.E., VerCauteren K.C., Clements G.M., Blankenship E.E. & Engeman R.M. (2004)

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Do feathertail gliders show a preference for nest box design?

Based on: Goldingay R.L., Grimson M.J. & Smith G.C. (2007)

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2007 1

Will arboreal mammals use rope-bridges across a highway in eastern Australia?

Based on: Goldingay R.L., Rohweder D. & Taylor B.D. (2013)

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2013 1

Targeted field testing of wildlife road-crossing structures: koalas and canopy rope-bridges

Based on: Goldingay R.L. & Taylor B.D. (2017)

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2017 1

Wooden poles can provide habitat connectivity for a gliding mammal

Based on: Goldingay R.L., Taylor B.D. & Ball T. (2011)

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2011 1

Preventing crop raiding by the vulnerable common hippopotamus Hippopotamus amphibius in Guinea-Bissau

Based on: González L.M., Montoto F.G., Mereck T., Alves J., Pereira J., de Larrinoa P.F., Maroto A., Bolonio L. & El Kadhir N. (2017)

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Uptake and performance of farm-based measures for reducing crop raiding by elephants Loxodonta africana among smallholder farms in Laikipia District, Kenya

Based on: Graham M. & Ochieng T. (2008)

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Effects of food supplementation on depredation of duck nests in upland habitat

Based on: Greenwood R.J., Pietruszewski D.G. & Crawford R.D. (1998)

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1998 1

Natural canopy bridges effectively mitigate tropical forest fragmentation for arboreal mammals

Based on: Gregory T., Carrasco-Rueda F., Alonso A., Kolowski J. & Deichmann J.L. (2017)

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2017 1

Assisted colonisation trial of the eastern barred bandicoot (Perameles gunnii) to a fox-free island

Based on: Groenewegen R., Harley D., Hill R. & Coulson G. (2017)

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2017 1

European wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) restocking: effects on abundance and spatial distribution

Based on: Guil F., Higuero R. & Moreno‐Opo R. (2014)

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2014 1

Genetic diversity and individual identification of reintroduced otters (Lutra lutra) in north-eastern Spain by DNA genotyping of spraints

Based on: Ferrando A., Lecis R., Domingo-roura X. & Ponsà M. (2008)

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2008 1

Road mitigation is a demographic filter for grizzly bears

Based on: Ford A.T., Barrueto M. & Clevenger A.P. (2017)

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2017 2

Movements of translocated wolves in Minnesota

Based on: Fritts S.H., Paul W.J. & Mech L.D. (1984)

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1984 1

Free housing for declining populations: Optimizing the provision of artificial breeding structures

Based on: D'Amico M., Tablado Z., Revilla E. & Palomares F. (2014)

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2014 1

Bold, shy, and persistent: Variable coyote response to light and sound stimuli

Based on: Darrow P.A. & Shivik J.A. (2009)

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2009 1

Testing fladry as a nonlethal management tool for wolves and coyotes in Michigan

Based on: Davidson-Nelson S.J. & Gehring T.M. (2010)

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2010 1

Post-release movements of introduced marten

Based on: Davis M.H. (1983)

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1983 1

The power of genetic monitoring for studying demography, ecology, and genetics of a reintroduced brown bear population

Based on: De Barba M., Waits L.P., Garton O.E., Genovesi P., Randi E., Mustoni A. & Groff C. (2010)

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2010 1

Field test of a coyote-proof fence

Based on: de Calesta D.S. & Cropsey M.G. (1978)

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1978 1

The breeding and re-establishment of the brush-tailed bettong, Bettongia penicillata, in South Australia

Based on: Delroy L.B., Earl J., Radbone I., Robinson A.C. & Hewett M. (1986)

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Habitat selection in reintroduced giant anteaters: the critical role of conservation areas

Based on: Di Blanco Y.E., Jiménez-Pérez I. & Di Bitetti M.S. (2015)

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Use of highway underpasses by large mammals and other wildlife in Virginia: factors influencing their effectiveness

Based on: Donaldson B. (2007)

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An evaluation of anti-coyote electric fencing

Based on: Dorrance M.J. & Bourne J. (1980)

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