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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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Tree and scrub clearance from lowland heathland at Great Ovens, Dorset, England

Based on: Liley D. (2005)

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Colonization by white-faced darter Leucorrhinia dubia (Vander Linden) of the East-West Ditch at Chartley Moss NNR, Staffordshire, with notes on its status at other pools

Based on: Beynon T.G. (2001)

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Creation of a large pool for colonisation by white-faced darter Leucorrhinia dubia dragonflies at Chatley Moss NNR, Staffordshire, England

Based on: Beynon T.G. & Daguet C. (2005)

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Creation of dykes on grazing marshes and effects on the Norfolk hawker Aeshna isosceles dragonfly at Ludham and Potter Heigham Marshes NNR, Norfolk, England

Based on: Southwood R., Taylor P. & Daguet C. (2005)

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Control of Scot's broom (Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link.): the relative conservation merits of pulling versus cutting

Based on: Ussery J.G. & Krannitz P.G. (1998)

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Macaw reproduction and management in Tambopata, Peru II: nest box design and use

Based on: Brightsmith D. (2000)

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Macaw reproduction and management in Tambopata, Peru II: nest box design and use

Based on: Brightsmith D. (2000)

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Recovery of native plant communities after the control of a dominant invasive plant species, Foeniculum vulgare: Implications for management

Based on: Erskine Ogden J.A. & Rejmánek M. (2005)

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Reversing introduced species effects: experimental removal of introduced fish leads to rapid recovery of a declining frog

Based on: Vredenburg V.T. (2004)

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Creation of patches of bare ground to enhance the habitat of ground-nesting bees and wasps at Shotover Hill, Oxfordshire, England

Based on: Gregory S. & Wright I. (2005)

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Yields of hawthorn Crataegus monogyna berries under different hedgerow management

Based on: Sparks T.H. & Martin T. (1999)

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Timing of berry depletion rates of three common hedgerow shrubs

Based on: Croxton P. J. & Sparks T. H. (2004)

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Artificial floating islands for nesting black-throated divers Gavia arctica in Scotland: construction, use and effect on breeding success

Based on: Hancock M. (2000)

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Use of nest boxes by Vaux's swifts

Based on: Bull E.L. (2003)

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An integrated management strategy for the control of purple loosestrife Lythrum salicaria L. (Lythraceae) in the Netley-Libau Marsh, southern Manitoba

Based on: Henne D.C., Lindgren C.J., Gabor T.S., Murkin H.R. & Roughley R.E. (2005)

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Catchment liming to restore degraded, acidified heathlands and moorland pools

Based on: Dorland E., van den Berg L.J.L., Brouwer E., Roelofs J.G.M. & Bobbink R. (2005)

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Lizard microhabitat and fire fuel management

Based on: James S.E & M'Closkey R.T (2003)

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Whooping crane recruitment enhanced by egg removal

Based on: Boyce M.S., Lele S.R. & Johns B.W. (2005)

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The efficacy of feral cat, fox and rabbit exclusion fence designs for threatened species protection

Based on: Moseby K.E. & Read J.L. (2006)

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The efficacy of feral cat, fox and rabbit exclusion fence designs for threatened species protection

Based on: Moseby K.E. & Read J.L. (2006)

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The efficacy of feral cat, fox and rabbit exclusion fence designs for threatened species protection

Based on: Moseby K.E. & Read J.L. (2006)

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Eradication of European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) from Cabbage Tree Island, NSW, Australia, to protect the breeding habitat of Gould's petrel (Pterodroma leucoptera leucoptera)

Based on: Priddel D., Carlile N. & Wheeler R. (2000)

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Heath fritillary habitat management: a three-year experimental study at Halse Combe, Exmoor. Butterfly Conservation, Wareham, Dorset, UK. Report no. S05-44 (added by: Brook S. 2005)

Based on: McCracken M., Bulman C., Camp P. & Bourn N. (2005)

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Grazing management of calcareous grasslands and its implications for the conservation of beetle communities

Based on: Woodcock B.A., Pywell R.F., Roy D.B., Rose R.J. & Bell D. (2005)

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Occupancy rates and nesting success of European storm-petrels breeding inside artificial nest-boxes

Based on: De León A. & Mínguez E. (2003)

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