5499 Studies found

Studies

An individual study is a summary of a specific scientific study, usually taken from a scientific journal, but also from other resources such as reports. It tells you the background context, the action(s) taken and their consequences.

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Wildflower areas within revitalized agricultural matrices boost small mammal populations but not breeding Barn Owls

Based on: Arlettaz R.L., Krähenbühl M., Almasi B., Roulin A. & Schaub M. (2010)

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Resource use and nesting behaviour of Megachile prosopidis and M.chilopsidis with notes on M.dischorina (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)

Based on: Armbrust E.A. (2004)

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2004 2

Der Einfluss von Renaturierungen in Mittelgebirgsauen auf die Laufkäfer-und Heuschreckenfauna (The influence of restoration projects in Mittelgebirgsauen on ground beetles and grasshoppers fauna)

Based on: Armbruster J. (2001)

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Submerged macrophyte control with herbivorous fish in irrigation channels of semiarid Argentina

Based on: Armellina A.A.D., Bezic C.R. & Gajardo O.A. (1999)

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1999 1

Are conservation strategies effective in avoiding the deforestation of the Colombian Guyana Shield?

Based on: Armenteras D., Rodriguez N. & Retana J. (2009)

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Wintering shorebird assemblages and behavior in restored tidal wetlands in southern California

Based on: Armitage A.R., Jensen S.M., Yoon J.E. & Ambrose R.F. (2007)

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The effects of prescribed fire on bat communities in the longleaf pine sandhills ecosystem

Based on: Armitage D.W. & Ober H.K. (2012)

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2012 1

The differential response of vegetation to grip blocking

Based on: Armstrong A., Holden J. & Stevens C. (2008)

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2008 1

Use of sugar-water feeders to supplement energy availability to honeyeaters for experimental tests

Based on: Armstrong D. (1992)

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1992 1

Dynamics and viability of a New Zealand robin population reintroduced to regenerating fragmented habitat

Based on: Armstrong D.P & Ewen J.G. (2002)

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Density-dependent population growth in a reintroduced population of North Island saddlebacks

Based on: Armstrong D.P, Davidson R.S., Perrott J.K., Roygard J. & Buchanan L. (2005)

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Effects of familiarity on the outcome of translocations, II. A test using New Zealand robins

Based on: Armstrong D.P. (1995)

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Effects of familiarity on the outcome of translocations, I. A test using saddlebacks Philesturnus carunculatus rufusater

Based on: Armstrong D.P. & Craig J.L. (1995)

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An experiment testing whether condition and survival are limited by food supply in a reintroduced hihi population

Based on: Armstrong D.P. & Perrott J.K. (2000)

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Density-dependent population growth in a reintroduced population of North Island saddlebacks

Based on: Armstrong D.P., Davidson R.S., Perrott J.K., Roygard J. & Buchanan L. (2005)

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Estimating the viability of a reintroduced New Zealand robin population as a function of predator control

Based on: Armstrong D.P., Raeburn E.H., Lewis R.M. & Ravine D. (2006)

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Bat use of roosting boxes installed under flat-bottom bridges in western Oregon

Based on: Arnett E.B. & Hayes J.P. (2000)

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Evaluating the effectiveness of an ultrasonic acoustic deterrent for reducing bat fatalities at wind turbines.

Based on: Arnett E.B., Hein C.D., Schirmacher M.R., Baker M., Huso M.M.P. & Szewczak J.M. (2011)

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Evaluating the effectiveness of an ultrasonic acoustic deterrent for reducing bat fatalities at wind turbines

Based on: Arnett E.B., Hein C.D., Schirmacher M.R., Huso M.M.P. & Szewczak J.M. (2013)

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Altering turbine speed reduces bat mortality at wind-energy facilities

Based on: Arnett E.B., Huso M.M.P., Schirmacher M.R. & Hayes J.P. (2010)

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A synthesis of operational mitigation studies to reduce bat fatalities at wind energy facilities in North America. A report submitted to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Based on: Arnett E.B., Johnson G.D., Erickson W.P. & Hein C.D. (2013)

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Intraclutch variation in egg size of American coots

Based on: Arnold T.W. (1991)

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Effects of supplemental food on egg production in American coots

Based on: Arnold T.W. (1994)

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1994 1

A six year study on the populations dynamics of the crested newt (Triturus cristatus) following the colonisation of a newly created pond

Based on: Arntzen J.W. & Teunis S.F.M. (1993)

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Newt-fish interactions in a small forest lake

Based on: Aronsson S. & Stenson J.A.E. (1995)

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