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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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Rewetting of drained boreal spruce swamp forests results in rapid recovery of Sphagnum production

Based on: Maanavilja L., Kangas L., Mehtätalo L. & Tuittila E.-S. (2015)

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Measuring the efficiency of fen restoration on carabid beetles and vascular plants: a case study from north-eastern Germany

Based on: Görn S. & Fischer K. (2015)

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Agroforesty [sic] system for rehabilitation of degraded peatland in Central Kalimantan

Based on: Harun M.K. & Yuwati T.W. (2015)

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Rapid recovery of invertebrate communities after ecological restoration of boreal mires

Based on: Noreika N., Kotiaho J.S., Penttinen J., Punttila P., Vuori A., Pajunen T., Autio O., Loukola O.J. & Kotze D.J. (2015)

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Cambios de la vegetación tras la restauración de la turbera de Belate (Navarra) observados mediante cartografía diacrónica

Based on: Peralta de Andrés J., Heras Pérez P., Infante Sánchez M. & Berastegi Gartziandia A. (2015)

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Assessment of an integrated peat-harvesting and reclamation method: peatland-atmosphere carbon fluxes and vegetation recovery

Based on: Wilhelm L.P., Morris P.J., Granath G. & Waddington J.M. (2015)

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Responses of rich-fen Annex I and related habitats to restoration and management undertaken as part of the Anglesey & Lyn Fens LIFE Project. Technical Report No. 7.

Based on: Birch K.S., Guest J.E., Shepherd S., Milner P., Jones P.S. & Hanson J. (2015)

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Topsoil removal in degraded rich fens: can we force an ecosystem reset?

Based on: Emsens W.-J., Aggenbach C.J.S., Smolders A.J.P. & Van Diggelen R. (2015)

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Understanding long-term effects of topsoil removal in peatlands: overcoming thresholds for fen meadows restoration

Based on: Klimkowska A., van der Elst D.J.D. & Grootjans A.P. (2015)

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Evaluation of impacts of management in an anthropogenic peatland using field and remote sensing data

Based on: Cabezas J., Galleguillos M., Valdés A., Fuentes J.P., Pérez C. & Perez-Quezada J.F. (2015)

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Restoration and recovery of Sphagnum on degraded blanket bog

Based on: Rosenburgh A. (2015)

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Thermal tolerance limits and effects of temperature on the growth and development of the green toad, Bufotes viridis

Based on: Derakhshan Z. & Nokhbatolfoghahai M. (2015)

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Effect of feeding Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) root as prebiotic on nutrient utilization, fecal characteristics and serum metabolite profile of captive Indian leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) fed a meat‐on‐bone diet

Based on: Pradhan S.K., Das A., Kullu S.S., Saini M., Pattanaik A.K., Dutta N. & Sharma a.K. (2015)

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Effect of bungee‐carcass enrichment on behavior and fecal glucocorticoid metabolites in two species of zoo‐housed felids

Based on: Ruskell A.D., Meiers S.T., Jenkins S.E. & Santymire R.M. (2015)

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Managing conflict between bats and humans: The response of soprano pipistrelles (Pipistrellus pygmaeus) to exclusion from roosts in houses

Based on: Stone E, Newson S.E, Browne W.J, Harris S., Jones G & Zeale M.R.K (2015)

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Green roofs provide habitat for urban bats

Based on: Parkins K.L & Clark J.A (2015)

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Bats are not birds - different responses to human land-use on a tropical mountain

Based on: Helbig-Bonitz M., Ferger S.W., Bohning-Gaese K., Tschapka M., Howell K. & Kalko E.K.V. (2015)

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WC1060: Development of a cost-effective method for monitoring the effectiveness of mitigation for bats crossing linear transport infrastructure

Based on: Berthinussen A. & Altringham J. (2015)

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The effect of thinning on bat activity in Italian high forests: the LIFE+ "ManFor C.BD." experience

Based on: Cistrone L., Altea T., Matteucci G., Posillico M., De Cinti B. & Russo D. (2015)

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Relationships between bat occupancy and habitat and landscape structure along a savanna, woodland, forest gradient in the Missouri Ozarks

Based on: Starbuck C.A., Amelon S.K. & Thompson F.R. III (2015)

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Community composition and activity of insectivorous bats in Mediterranean olive farms

Based on: Herrera J.M., Costa P., Medinas D., Marques J.T. & Mira A. (2015)

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Is part-night lighting an effective measure to limit the impacts of artificial lighting on bats

Based on: Azam C., Kerbiriou C., Vernet A., Julien J.-F., Bas Y., Plichard L., Maratrat J. & Le Viol I. (2015)

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WC1011: The biodiversity impacts of street lighting. Appendix G: An experimental test of a mitigation strategy to reduce the impacts of lighting on bats

Based on: Mathews F., Gaston K., Bennie J., Day J., Schofield H. & Baker J. (2015)

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Are species listed in the Annex II of the Habitats Directive better represented in Natura 2000 network than the remaining species? A test using Spanish bats

Based on: Lisón F., Sánchez-Fernández D. & Calvo J.F. (2015)

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Effect of water quality on species richness and activity of desert-dwelling bats

Based on: Korine C., Adams A.M., Shamir U. & Gross A. (2015)

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