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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Aboveground biomass removal by burning and raking increases diversity in a reconstructed prairie

Based on: Tix D. & Charvat I. (2005)

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Absorption efficiency of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis and M. trossulus) feeding on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) feed and fecal particulates: Implications for integrated multi-trophic aquaculture

Based on: Reid G.K., Liutkus M., Bennett A., Robinson S.M.C., MacDonald B. & Page F. (2010)

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2010 1

Abundance and distribution patterns of three temperate marine reef fish (Teleostei: Sparidae) in exploited and unexploited areas off the Southern Cape coast

Based on: Buxton C.D. & Smale M. J. (1989)

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1989 0

Abundance and diversity of the coleopterous fauna of a calcareous grassland under different cutting regimes

Based on: Morris M.G. & Rispin W.E. (1987)

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Abundance and reproduction of songbirds in burned and unburned pine forests of the Georgia Piedmont

Based on: White D.H., Chapman B.R., Brunjes J.H., Raftovich R.V. Jr. & Seginak J.T. (1999)

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1999 1

Abundance and species composition of amphibians, small mammals, and songbirds in riparian forest buffer strips of varying widths in the boreal mixedwood of Alberta

Based on: Hannon S.J., Paszkowski C.A., Boutin S., DeGroot J., Macdonald S.E., Wheatley M. & Eaton B.R. (2002)

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2002 1

Abundance and spread of the invasive red algae, Kappaphycus spp., in Kane'ohe Bay, Hawai'i and an experimental assessment of management options

Based on: Conklin E.J. & Smith J.E. (2005)

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Abundance and spread of the invasive red algae, Kappaphycus spp., in Kane'ohe Bay, Hawai'i and an experimental assessment of management options

Based on: Conklin E.J. & Smith J.E. (2005)

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Abundance of breeding farmland birds on arable and set-aside fields at forest edges

Based on: Berg A. & Part T. (1994)

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1994 1

Abundance patterns of landbirds in restored and remnant riparian forests on the Sacramento River, California, USA

Based on: Gardali T., Holmes A.L., Small S.L., Nur N., Geupel G.R. & Golet G.H. (2006)

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2006 4

Abundance, growth rate and parasitism of Brevicoryne brassicae and Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphididae) on broccoli grown in living mulches

Based on: Costello M.J. & Altieri M.A. (1995)

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1995 2

Abundance, use of space, and activity patterns of white-faced sakis (Pithecia pithecia) in French Guiana

Based on: Vié J., Richard-Hansen C. & Fournier-Chambrillon C. (2001)

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2001 6

Accelerating the restoration of vegetation in a southern California salt marsh

Based on: O’Brien E.L., & Zedler J.B. (2006)

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Acidifying peat as an aid to the reconstruction of lowland heath on arable soil: a field experiment

Based on: Dunsford S.J., Free A.J. & Davy A.J. (1998)

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1998 1

Acidifying peat as an aid to the reconstruction of lowland heath on arable soil: lysimeter experiments

Based on: Davy A.J., Dunsford S.J. & Free A.J. (1998)

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1998 1

Activity and diet of bats in conventional versus organic apple orchards in southern Michigan

Based on: Long B.L. & Kurta A. (2014)

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2014 1

Activity of insectivorous bats is related to water availability in a highly modified Mexican temperate forest

Based on: López-González C., Lozano A., Gómez-Ruiz E.P. & López-Wilchis R. (2016)

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2016 1

Adaptation to Forest Life During the Reintroduction Process of Immature Pongo abelii

Based on: Riedler B., Millesi E. & Pratje P.H. (2010)

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2010 9

Adaptations to captivity in the butterfly Pieris brassicae (L.) and the implications for ex situ conservation

Based on: Lewis O.T. & Thomas C.D. (2001)

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Adapting to changing poaching intensity of yellow-shouldered parrot (Amazona barbadensis) nestlings in Margarita Island, Venezuela

Based on: Briceño-Linares J.M., Rodríguez J.P., Rodríguez-Clark K.M., Rojas-Suárez F., Millán P.A., Vittori E.G. & Carrasco-Muñoz M. (2011)

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2011 5

Adaptive restoration of sand-mined areas for biological conservation

Based on: Cumming J., Reid N., Davies I. & Grant C. (2005)

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Added soil nitrogen does not allow Rumex obtusifolius to escape the effects of insect-fungus interactions

Based on: Hatcher P.E., Paul N.D., Ayres P.G. & Whittaker J.B. (1997)

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Adder Vipera berus hibernacula construction as part of a mitigation scheme, Norfolk, England

Based on: Whiting C. & Booth H. (2012)

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Adding burrows to enhance a population of the endangered pygmy blue tongue lizard, Tiliqua adelaidensis

Based on: Souter N. J., Bull M. & Hutchinson M. N. (2004)

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Addition of antifungal skin bacteria to salamanders ameliorates the effects of chytridiomycosis

Based on: Harris R.N., Lauer A., Simon M.A., Banning J.L. & Alford R.A. (2009)

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