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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'Beetle banks' as refuges for beneficial arthropods in farmland: long-term changes in predator communities and habitat

Based on: MacLeod A., Wratten S.D., Sotherton N.W. & Thomas M.B. (2004)

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2004 2

‘State of the nation’ report on New Zealand translocations including a quick overview of past translocations

Based on: Tocher M. (2011)

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2011 1

2010 Overview

Based on: FrogWatch USA . (2010)

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2010 1

30 years of vegetal change following burning of sagebrush-grass range

Based on: Harniss R.O. & Murray R.B. (1973)

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1973 1

40 years of natterjack toad conservation in Europe

Based on: Beebee T., Cabido C., Eggert C., Mestre I.G., Iraola A., Garin-Barrio I., Griffiths R.A., Miaud C., Oromi N., Sanuy D., Sinsch U. & Tejedo M. (2012)

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2012 1

A 12-year study of nest box utilization by black-bellied whistling ducks

Based on: McCamant R.E. & Bolen E.G. (1979)

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1979 1

A beetle fauna of oolitic limestone grassland, and the responses of species to conservation management by different cutting regimes

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

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1987 1

A biodiversity assessment of compensatory mitigation wetlands in eastern South Dakota

Based on: Juni S. & Berry C.R. (2001)

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2001 2

A botanical survey of conservation headlands in Breckland Environmentally Sensistive Area, UK

Based on: Hodkinson D.J., Critchley C.N.R. & Sherwood A.J. (1997)

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1997 1

A candidate legume pollinator, Osmia sanrafaelae Parker (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)

Based on: Parker F.D. (1985)

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1985 2

A case study of beef-cattle grazing in a Mediterranean-type woodland

Based on: Gutman M., Henkin Z., Holzer Z., Noy-Meir I. & Seligman N.G. (2000)

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2000 1

A century of advances in bumblebee domestication and the economic and environmental aspects of its commercialization for pollination

Based on: Velthuis H.H.W. & van Doorn A. (2006)

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A comparative test of mechanized and manual transplanting of eelgrass, Zostera marina, in Chesapeake Bay

Based on: Fishman J.R., Orth R.J., Marion S. & Bieri J. (2004)

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A comparison between the impacts of ploughing and minimum tillage on arable plant assemblages at Ranscombe Farm Reserve, Kent, UK

Based on: Moyse R.I. & Shellswell C. (2016)

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A comparison of bird communities in burned and salvage-logged, clearcut, and forested Florida sand pine scrub

Based on: Greenberg C.H., Harris L.D. & Neary D.G. (1995)

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1995 3

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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2004 1

A comparison of different bat box types by bat occupancy in deciduous woodland, Buckinghamshire, UK

Based on: Dodds M. & Bilston H. (2013)

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2013 1

A comparison of four processing tomato production systems differing in cover crop and chemical inputs

Based on: Creamer N.G., Bennett M.A., Stinner B.R. & Cardina J. (1996)

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1996 1

A comparison of herbicide and mulch mat treatments for reducing grass, herb, and shrub competition in the BC interior Douglas-fir zone—ten-year results

Based on: Harper G., Comeau P. & Biring B. (2005)

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2005 1

A comparison of logging systems and bat diversity in the Neotropics

Based on: Clarke F.M., Pio D.V. & Racey P.A. (2005)

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2005 1

A comparison of nutrient losses following grassland improvement using two different techniques in an upland area of mid-Wales

Based on: Roberts A.M., Hudson J.A. & Roberts G. (1989)

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1989 2

A comparison of planting and natural succession after a forest fire in the northern Sierra Nevada

Based on: Bock J.H., Raphael M. & Bock C.E. (1978)

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A comparison of regeneration dynamics following gap creation at two geographically contrasting heathland sites

Based on: Britton A.J., Carey P.D., Pakeman R.J. & Marrs R.H. (2000)

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A comparison of Riley encased methodology and traditional techniques for planting red mangroves (Rhizophora mangle)

Based on: Salgado Kent C.P. (1999)

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A comparison of techniques for restoring heathland on abandoned farmland

Based on: Pywell R.F., Webb N.R. & Putwain P.D. (1995)

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