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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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Vegetation recovery and stand structure following a prescribed stand-replacement burn in sand pine scrub

Based on: Greenberg C.H. (2003)

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Vegetation recovery after multiple-site experimental fen restorations

Based on: Hedberg P., Kotowski W., Saetre P., Mälson K., Rydin H. & Sundberg S. (2012)

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Vegetation re-development after fen meadow restoration by topsoil removal and hay transfer

Based on: Klimkowska A., Kotowski W. & Van Diggelen R. (2010)

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Vegetation re-development after fen meadow restoration by topsoil removal and hay transfer

Based on: Klimkowska A., Kotowski W., Van Diggelen R., Dzierża P. & Brzezińska K. (2010)

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Vegetation on grazed and ungrazed pinyon-juniper grassland in New Mexico

Based on: Pieper R.D. (1968)

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Vegetation of exclosures in southwestern North Dakota

Based on: Brand M.D. & Goetz H. (1987)

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Vegetation dynamics in Mediterranean forest pastures as affected by beef cattle grazing

Based on: Casasús I., Bernués A., Sanz A., Villalba D., Riedel J. & Revilla R. (2007)

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Vegetation dynamics in burnt heather-gorse shrublands under different grazing management with sheep and goats

Based on: Jáuregui B.M., Celaya R., Garcia U. & Osoro K. (2007)

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Vegetation dynamics from annually burning tallgrass prairie in different seasons

Based on: Towne E.G. & Kemp K.E. (2003)

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Vegetation dynamics following seasonal fires in mixed mesquite/acacia savannas

Based on: Owens M.K., Mackley J.W. & Carroll C.J. (2002)

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Vegetation dynamics and livestock performance in system-scale studies of sheep and cattle grazing on degraded upland wet heath

Based on: Critchley C.N.R., Adamson H., McLean B.M. & Davies O.D. (2008)

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Vegetation dynamics after a prescribed fire in the southern Appalachians

Based on: Elliott K.J., Hendrick R.L., Major A.E., Vose J.M. & Swank W.T. (1999)

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Vegetation diversity of conventional and organic hedgerows in Denmark

Based on: Aude E., Tybirk K. & Pedersen M.B. (2003)

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Vegetation development of sown grass margins in arable fields under a countrywide agri-environment scheme

Based on: Critchley C.N.R., Fowbert J.A., Sherwood A.J. & Pywell R.F. (2006)

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Vegetation control by steam treatment in boreal forests: a comparison with burning and soil scarification

Based on: Norberg G., Jäderlund A., Zackrisson O., Nordfjell T., Wardle D., Nilsson M. & Dolling A. (1997)

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Vegetation characteristics and bighorn sheep use on burned and unburned areas in Alberta

Based on: Bentz J.A. & Woodard P.M. (1988)

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Vegetation changes in restored semi-natural meadows in the Turku Archipelago of SW Finland

Based on: Kotiluoto R. (1998)

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Vegetation change on embankments in the south-western part of the Netherlands under the influence of different management practices (in particular sheep grazing)

Based on: Sıkora K.V., van der Krogt G. & Rademakers J. (1990)

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Vegetation change in created emergent wetlands (1988-1996) in Connecticut (USA)

Based on: Moore H.H., Niering W.A., Marsicano L.J. & Dowdell M. (1999)

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Vegetation change in an ombrotrophic mire in northern England after excluding sheep

Based on: Smith R.S., Charman D., Rushton S.P., Sanderson R.A., Simkin J.M. & Shiel R.S. (2003)

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Vegetation change following exclusion of grazing animals in depleted grassland, Central Otago, New Zealand

Based on: Allen R.B., Wilson J.B. & Mason C.R. (1995)

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Vegetation change and ecological processes in alpine and subalpine Sphagnum bogs of the Bogong High Plains, Victoria, Australia

Based on: Wahren C.-H.A., Williams R.J. & Papst W.A. (2001)

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Vegetation and soil development on coal mine spoil at high elevation in the Canadian Rockies

Based on: Fyles J.W., Fyles I.H. & Bell M.A.M. (1985)

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Vegetation and litter changes of a Nebraska Sandhills prairie protected from grazing

Based on: Potvin M.A. & Harrison A.T (1984)

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Vegetation and environmental conditions in recently restored wetlands in the prairie pothole region of the USA. Vegetatio (now Plant Ecology)

Based on: Galatowitsch S.M. & van der Valk A.G. (1996)

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