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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Using shelterwood harvests and prescribed fire to regenerate oak stands on productive upland sites

Based on: Brose P., Van L.D. & Cooper R. (1999)

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Using Rotenone to enhance native amphibian breeding habitat in ponds

Based on: Mullin S.J., Towey J.B. & Szafoni R.E (2004)

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2004 1

Using radio-telemetry to locate cryptic nests of the ground nesting kakapo Strigops habroptilus on Codfish Island, New Zealand

Based on: Jansen W.P. (2005)

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Using pre-planted pallets to stabilise an area of nutrient rich silt at Cockshoot Broad, Norfolk, England

Based on: Kelly A. & Southwood R.R. (2006)

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Using nitrogen-15 to quantify vegetative buffer effectiveness for sequestering nitrogen in runoff

Based on: Bedard-Haughn A., Tate K.W. & van Kessel C. (2004)

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2004 1

Using livestock to manage plant composition: A meta-analysis of grazing in California Mediterranean grasslands

Based on: Stahlheber K.A. & D’Antonio C.M. (2013)

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2013 2

Using itraconazole to clear Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection, and subsequent depigmentation of Alytes muletensis tadpoles

Based on: Garner T., Garcia G., Carroll B. & Fisher M. (2009)

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2009 1

Using hedgerows as model linkages to examine non-native plant patterns

Based on: Wilkerson M.L. (2014)

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2014 1

Using headland margins to boost environmental benefits of sugar beet

Based on: May M. & Nowakowski M. (2003)

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2003 3

Using field margin diversification in agri-environment schemes to enhance aphid natural enemies

Based on: Powell W., Walters K., A\'Hara S., Ashby J., Stevenson H. & Northing P. (2003)

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Using eggs containing an irritating odor to teach mammalian predators to stop depredating eggs

Based on: Hoover S.E. & Conover M.R. (2000)

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Using conservation volunteers to assist in monitoring of nests of the critically endangered kakapo Strigops habroptilus, on Codfish Island, New Zealand

Based on: Jansen W.P. (2005)

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Using clay drain seals to assess the use of dry culverts installed to allow mammals to pass under the A1 trunk road, Northumberland, England

Based on: Baker A., Knowles M. & Latham D. (2007)

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Using cameras to monitor tunnel use by long-toed salamanders (Ambystoma macrodactylum): an informative, cost-efficient technique

Based on: Pagnucco K.S., Paszkowski C.A. & Scrimgeour G.J. (2011)

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Using blue grama sod for range revegetation

Based on: McGinnies W.J. & Wilson A.M. (1982)

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Using artificial refuges to translocate and establish Auckland tree weta Hemideina thoracica on Korapuki Island, New Zealand

Based on: Green C. (2005)

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Usefulness of volunteer data to measure the large scale decline of ‘‘common’’ toad populations

Based on: Bonardi A., Manenti R., Corbetta A., Ferri V., Fiacchini D., Giovine G., Macchi S., Romanazzi E., Soccini C., Bottoni L., Padoa-Schioppa E. & Ficetola G.F. (2011)

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Use of Wood Duck Nest Boxes by Common Grackles

Based on: Spero V.M. & Pitts T.D. (1984)

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1984 2

Use of winter bird feeders by black-capped chickadees

Based on: Brittingham M.C. & Temple S.A. (1992)

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1992 1

Use of Willapa Bay, Washington, by shorebirds and waterfowl after Spartina control efforts

Based on: Patten K. & O'Casey C. (2007)

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2007 2

Use of underwater playback to reduce the impact of eiders on mussel farms

Based on: Ross B.P., Lien J. & Furness R.W. (2001)

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2001 1

Use of Tübingen mix for bee pasture in Germany

Based on: Engels W., Schulz U. & Rädle M. (1994)

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Use of supplementary feeding to induce breeding in free-living kakapo Strigops habroptilus in New Zealand

Based on: Powlesland R.G. & Lloyd B.D. (1994)

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Use of supplemental food by breeding Ross's geese and lesser snow geese: evidence for variable anorexia

Based on: Gloutney M.L., Alisauskas R.T., Hobson K.A. & Afton A.D. (1999)

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

Based on: Armstrong D. (1992)

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