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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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Recreational portage trails as corridors facilitating non-native plant invasions of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (U.S.A)

Based on: Dickens S.M., Gerhardt F. & Collinge S.K. (2005)

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Experimental use of salt to control invasive marine alga Caulerpa taxifolia in New South Wales, Australia

Based on: Glasby T.M., Creese R.G. & Gibson P.T. (2005)

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Experimental use of salt to control invasive marine alga Caulerpa taxifolia in New South Wales, Australia

Based on: Glasby T.M., Creese R.G. & Gibson P.T. (2005)

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Evaluating wolf translocation as a nonlethal method to reduce livestock conflicts in the northwestern United States

Based on: Bradleye H., Pletscher D.H., Bangs E.E., Kunkel K.E., Smith D.W., Mack C.M., Meier T.J., Fontaine J.A., Niemeyer C.C. & Jimenez M.D. (2005)

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Temporal distribution and periodicity in hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) nesting at Cousin island, Republic of Seychelles, 1971-1997

Based on: Mortimer J. A. & Bresson R. (1999)

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Comparison of survival rates of captive-reared and wild-bred Mauritius kestrels (Falco punctatus) in a re-introduced population

Based on: Nicoll M.A.C., Jones C.G. & Norris K. (2004)

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The effect of different fire regimes on plant diversity in southern African grasslands

Based on: Uys R.G., Bond W.J. & Everson T.M. (2004)

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The effect of different fire regimes on plant diversity in southern African grasslands

Based on: Uys R.G., Bond W.J. & Everson T.M. (2004)

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The effect of different fire regimes on plant diversity in southern African grasslands

Based on: Uys R.G., Bond W.J. & Everson T.M. (2004)

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A comparison of constructed and natural habitat for frog conservation in an Australian agricultural landscape

Based on: Hazell D., Hero J., Lindenmayer D. & Cunningham R. (2004)

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Effectiveness of a barrier wall and culverts in reducing wildlife mortality on a heavily traveled highway in Florida

Based on: Dodd C.K., Barichivich W.J. & Smith L.L. (2004)

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Effectiveness of a barrier wall and culverts in reducing wildlife mortality on a heavily traveled highway in Florida

Based on: Dodd C.K., Barichivich W.J. & Smith L.L. (2004)

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Effects of investigator disturbance on hatching success and nest-site fidelity in a long-lived seabird, Leach's storm-petrel

Based on: Blackmer A.L, Ackerman J.T. & Nevitt G.A. (2004)

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Development of population control strategies for mink Mustela vison, using floating rafts as monitors and trap sites

Based on: Reynolds J.C., Short M.J. & Leigh R.J. (2004)

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Development of population control strategies for mink Mustela vison, using floating rafts as monitors and trap sites

Based on: Reynolds J.C., Short M.J. & Leigh R.J. (2004)

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Breeding performance of gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) at a colony exposed to high levels of human disturbance

Based on: Cobley N.D. & Shears J.R. (1999)

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Growth and development of mosses are inhibited by the common herbicide asulam

Based on: Rowntree J.K., Sheffield E. & Burch J. (2005)

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Artificial dispersal of endangered epiphytic lichens: a tool for conservation in boreal forest landscapes

Based on: Liden M., Petterson M., Bergsten U. & Lundmark T. (2004)

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Artificial dispersal of endangered epiphytic lichens: a tool for conservation in boreal forest landscapes

Based on: Liden M., Petterson M., Bergsten U. & Lundmark T. (2004)

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Improving translocation success: an experimental study of anti-stress treatment and release method for wild rabbits

Based on: Letty J., Marchandeau S., Clobert J. & Aubineau J. (2000)

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Attracting endangered species to 'safe' habitats: responses of fairy terns to decoys

Based on: Jeffries D.S. & Brunton D.H. (2001)

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Cat eradication significantly decreases shearwater mortality

Based on: Keitt B.S. & Tershy B.R. (2003)

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Helping reintroduced houbara bustards avoid predation: effective anti-predator training and the predictive value of pre-release behaviour

Based on: van Heezik Y., Seddon P.J. & Maloney R.F. (1999)

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Translocation as a conservation tool: site fidelity and movement of repatriated gopher tortoises (Gopherus plyphemus)

Based on: Tuberville T.D., Clark E.E., Buhlmann K.A., Gibbons J.W., , , & (2005)

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Survival of very small macropod pouch young following short-term isolation from the pouch at various environmental temperatures

Based on: Taggart D.A., Shimmin G.E., Underwood G. & Phillips K. (2002)

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