6616 Studies found

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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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Age, sex and relocation distance as predictors of return for relocated nuisance black bears Ursus americanus in Ontario, Canada

Based on: Landriault L.J., Brown G.S., Hamr J. & Mallory F.F. (2009)

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2009 1

Aggregate breakdown during tillage in a Mediterranean loamy soil

Based on: Álvaro-Fuentes J., Arrúe J.L., Cantero-Martínez C. & López M.V. (2008)

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2008 1

Aggression and self-directed behaviour of captive lemurs (Lemur catta, Varecia variegata, V. rubra and Eulemur coronatus) is reduced by feeding fruit-free diets

Based on: Britt S, Cowlard K & Plowman A (2015)

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2015 1

Agri-environment incentive payments and plant species richness under different management intensities in mountain meadows of Switzerland

Based on: Dietschi S., Holderegger R. & Schmidt S.G. (2007)

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2007 1

Agri-environment scheme enhances small mammal diversity and abundance at the farm-scale

Based on: Broughton R.K., Shore R.F., Heard M.S., Amy S.R., Meek W.R., Redhead J.W., Turk A. & Pywell R.F. (2014)

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2014 2

Agri-environment schemes and butterflies: the utilisation of 6 m grass margins

Based on: Field R.G., Gardiner T., Mason C.F. & Hill J. (2005)

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2005 1

Agri-environment schemes and butterflies: the utilisation of two metre arable field margins

Based on: Field R.G., Gardiner T., Mason C.F. & Hill J. (2007)

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2007 1

Agri-environment schemes and foraging of barn owls Tyto alba

Based on: Askew N.P., Searle J.B. & Moore N.P. (2007)

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2007 5

Agri-environment schemes and their contribution to the conservation of biodiversity in England

Based on: Ovenden G., Swash A. & Smallshire D. (1998)

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1998 2

Agri-environment schemes as a tool for reversing declining populations of grassland waders: mixed benefits from Environmentally Sensitive Areas in England

Based on: Wilson A., Vickery J. & Pendlebury C. (2007)

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2007 3

Agri-environment schemes do not effectively protect biodiversity in Dutch agricultural landscapes

Based on: Kleijn D., Berendse F., Smit R. & Gilissen N. (2001)

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2001 3

Agri-environment schemes in England 2009: A review of results and effectiveness (NE194)

Based on: Natural England (2009)

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2009 16

Agricultural intensification and de-intensification differentially affect taxonomic diversity of predatory mites, earthworms, enchytraeids, nematodes and bacteria

Based on: Postma-Blaauw M.B., de Goede R.G.M., Bloem J., Faber J.H. & Brussaard L. (2012)

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2012 1

Agricultural landscapes with organic crops support higher pollinator diversity

Based on: Holzschuh A., Steffan-Dewenter I. & Tscharntke T. (2008)

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2008 2

Agricultural ponds support amphibian populations

Based on: Knutson M.G., Richardson W.B., Reineke D.M., Gray B.R., Parmelee J.R. & Weick S.E. (2004)

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2004 1

Agricultural practice and bats: A review of current research literature and management recommendations

Based on: Bat Conservation Trust (2003)

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2003 4

Agricultural practices for food safety threaten pest control services for fresh produce

Based on: Karp D. S., Moses R., Gennet S., Jones M., Joseph S., M'Gonigle L. K., Ponisio L. C., Snyder W. E. & Kremen C. (2016)

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2016 4

Agriculture and the environment

Based on: Ball D.F. (1984)

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1984 2

Agroecological farming practices promote bats

Based on: Olimpi E.M. & Philpott S.M. (2018)

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2018 1

Agroforestry systems conserve species-rich but modified assemblages of tropical birds and bats

Based on: Harvey C. & González Villalobos J.A. (2007)

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2007 1

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

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

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2015 1

Agronomic and ecological costs and benefits of set-aside in England

Based on: Firbank L.G., Smart S.M., Crabb J., Critchley C.N.R., Fowbert J.W., Fuller R.J., Gladders P., Green D.B., Henderson I. & Hill M.O. (2003)

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Agronomic aspects of strip intercropping lettuce with alyssum for biological control of aphids

Based on: Brennan E.B. (2013)

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2013 1

Albatross mortality and associated bait loss in the Japanese longline fishery in the Southern Ocean

Based on: Brothers N. (1991)

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1991 1

Aleutian Canada goose road to recovery

Based on: (2001)

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