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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American Bullfrogs as Invasive Species: A Review of the Introduction, Subsequent Problems, Management Options, and Future Directions

Based on: Snow N.P. & Witmer G (2010)

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2010 1

American kestrel completes clutch following movement of its nest box

Based on: Carpenter T.W. (1992)

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1992 1

Amphibian and reptile community response to coarse woody debris manipulations in upland loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) forests

Based on: Owens A.K., Moseley K.R., McCay T.S., Castleberry S.B., Kilgo J.C. & Ford W.M. (2008)

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2008 3

Amphibian and reptile tunnels in the Netherlands

Based on: Zuiderwijk A. (1989)

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1989 3

Amphibian biodiversity recovery in a large-scale ecosystem restoration

Based on: Brodman R., Parrish M., Kraus H. & Cortwright S. (2006)

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2006 1

Amphibian breeding station in Hanoi: a trial model for linking conservation and research with sustainable use

Based on: Truong N.Q., The D.T., Cuong P.T., Tao N.T. & Ziegler T. (2009)

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2009 1

Amphibian colonisation of new ponds in an agricultural landscape

Based on: Baker J.M.R. & Halliday T.R. (1999)

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1999 1

Amphibian colonization and use of ponds created for trial mitigation of wetland loss

Based on: Pechmann J.H.K., Estes R.A., Scott D.E. & Gibbons J.W. (2001)

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2001 1

Amphibian community similarity between natural ponds and constructed ponds of multiple types in Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky

Based on: Denton R.D. (2011)

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2011 1

Amphibian conservation in Britain

Based on: Wilkinson J.W. & Buckley J. (2012)

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2012 2

Amphibian distributions in riparian and upslope areas and their habitat associations on managed forest landscapes in the Oregon Coast Range

Based on: Kluber M.R., Olson D.H. & Puettmann K.J. (2008)

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2008 2

Amphibian habitat preferences among artificial ponds in the Palouse Region of Northern Idaho

Based on: Monello R.J. & Wright R.G. (1999)

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1999 1

Amphibian mitigation measures on Hungarian roads: design, efficiency, problems and possible improvement, need for a co-ordinated European environmental education strategy

Based on: Puky M. & Vogel Z. (2003)

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2003 1

Amphibian rescue and conservation project - Panama

Based on: Gratwicke B (2012)

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2012 3

Amphibian use of Chehalis River floodplain wetlands

Based on: Henning J.A. & Schirato G. (2006)

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2006 1

Amphibian use of man-made pools on clear-cuts in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, USA

Based on: Barry D.S., Pauley T.K. & Maerz J.C. (2008)

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2008 1

Amphibians in drains project report summary

Based on: Muir D. (2012)

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2012 1

Amphibians in pine stands managed with growing-season and dormant-season prescribed fire

Based on: Miller K.V., Chapman B.R. & Ellington K.K. (2001)

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2001 1

Amphibians: review of zoo breeding programmes

Based on: Maruska E.J. (1986)

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1986 4

Amphibians: suitable candidates for breeding-release programmes

Based on: Bloxam Q.M.C. & Tonge S.J. (1995)

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1995 1

An account of successful captive reproduction of Bombina bombina, the European fire-bellied toad

Based on: Wilkinson J.W. (1994)

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1994 1

An account of the attempted control of an introduced marine alga, Sargassum muticum, in Southern England

Based on: Critchley A.T., Farnham W.F. & Morrell S.L. (1986)

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1986 0

An adjustable action threshold using larval parasitism of Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in IPM for processing tomatoes

Based on: Walker G.P., Herman T.J.B., Kale A.J. & Wallace A.R. (2010)

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An afforestation system for restoring bottomland hardwood forests: biomass accumulation of Nuttall oak seedlings interplanted beneath Eastern cottonwood

Based on: Gardiner E.S., Stanturf J.A. & Schweitzer C.J. (2004)

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An analysis of the usage of bat boxes in England, Wales and Ireland for The Vincent Wildlife Trust

Based on: Poulton S.M.C. (2006)

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