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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The effects of late cutting on threatened bumblebees Bombus spp. in sea wall grassland at Goldhanger Creek, Essex, England

Based on: Gardiner T. & Fargeaud K. (2019)

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Chemical control of the invasive non-native shrub murtilla Ugni molinae in mountain scrub on Robinson Crusoe Island, Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile

Based on: Gutiérrez-Guzmán H., Ziller S.R. & Dechoum M. de S. (2019)

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A test of the use of artificial nest forms in common swift Apus apus nest boxes in southern England

Based on: Newell D. (2019)

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Effectiveness of mitigation of the impacts of a new road on horseshoe bats Rhinolophus ferrumequinum in Wales, UK

Based on: Davies J.G. (2019)

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Restoration of a floodplain meadow in Wiltshire, UK through application of green hay and conversion from pasture to meadow management

Based on: Hosie C., Rothero E.C. & Wallace H. (2019)

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Trial of a bridge for reconnecting fragmented arboreal habitat for hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius at Briddlesford Nature Reserve, Isle of Wight, UK

Based on: White I.C. & Hughes S.A. (2019)

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Can species-poor grassland be diversified? A case study of lowland hay meadow restoration at Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion, Wales

Based on: Shellswell C.H. & Squire V. (2019)

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Use of grazing and mowing to reduce the dominance of soft rush Juncus effusus in fen meadows in Scotland

Based on: Shellswell C.H. & Humpidge R. (2018)

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The post-release fate of hand-reared orphaned bats: survival and habitat selection

Based on: Serangeli M.T., Cistrone L., Ancillotto L., Tomassini A. & Russo D. (2012)

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Further evidence for the post-release survival of hand-reared, orphaned bats based on radio-tracking and ring-return data

Based on: Kelly A., Goodwin S., Grogan A. & Mathews F. (2012)

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Post-release survival of hand-reared pipistrelle bats (Pipistrellus spp)

Based on: Kelly A., Goodwin S., Grogan A. & Mathews F. (2008)

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Reproduction of Phylloderma stenops in captivity (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae)

Based on: Esbérard C.E.L. (2012)

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Hand rearing infant bats: little golden mantled flying fox (Pteropus pumilus) at Lubee Bat Conservancy and associated vitamin C deficiency

Based on: Pope B. (2010)

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Care and management of the long-tongued bat, Glossophaga soricina (Chiroptera: Phyllostomatidae), in the laboratory, with observations on estivation induced by food deprivation

Based on: Rasweiler J.J. IV (1973)

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The breeding, care and management of vespertilionid bats in the laboratory

Based on: Racey P.A. (1970)

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Maintenance and breeding in captivity of some vespertilionid bats, with special reference to the noctule

Based on: Racey P.A. & Kleiman D.G. (1970)

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Successful breeding in captive Artibeus

Based on: Novick A. (1960)

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Bat boxes in urban non-native forests: a popular practice that should be reconsidered

Based on: López-Baucells A., Puig-Montserrat X., Torre I., Freixas L., Mas M., Arrizabalaga A. & Flaquer C. (2017)

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Bat boxes are not a silver bullet conservation tool

Based on: Griffiths S.R., Bender R., Godinho L.N., Lentini P.E., Lumsden L.F. & Robert K.A. (2017)

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Bat boxes - a review of their use and application, past, present and future

Based on: Ruegger N. (2016)

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The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s Irish Bat Box Schemes

Based on: McAney K. & Hanniffy R. (2015)

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Roost site selection in pregnant and lactating soprano pipistrelles (Pipistrellus pygmaeus Leach, 1825) at the species northern extreme: the importance of warm and safe roosts

Based on: Michaelsen T.C., Jensen K.H. & Hogstedt G. (2014)

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Artificial bat roosts did not accelerate forest regeneration in abandoned pastures in southern Costa Rica

Based on: Reid J.L., Holste E.K. & Zahawi R.A. (2013)

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Ocupación de cajas-refugio por murciélagos en Navarra

Based on: Alcalde J.T., Campion D.G., Fabo J., Marín F., Artázcoz A., Martínez I. & Antón I. (2013)

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Artificial roosts for tree-roosting bats in northern Arizona

Based on: Mering E.D. & Chambers C.L. (2012)

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