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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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Circle hooks: Developing better fishing practices in the artisanal longline fisheries of the Eastern Pacific Ocean

Based on: (2013)

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Chemical control of Australian swamp stonecrop (New Zealand Pygmy Weed) Crassula helmsii

Based on: (2004)

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Man-made nests a success (source: Lamergeyer, Sept 1996, 46-49) in

Based on: (1997)

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Living heritage: growing native plants in Nelson, NZ

Based on: (2003)

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Mid-term review of the community based conservation in the Bamenda Highlands Project

Based on: (2003)

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Reintroducing the white-clawed crayfish to the River Lathkill. Conserving Natura 2000 Rivers. Conservation Techniques Series No 8. English Nature, Peterborough (added by: Bird J. 2006)

Based on: (2003)

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Reintroducing the white-clawed crayfish into the River Lathkill. Conserving Natura 2000 Rivers. Conservation Techniques Series No. 8. English Nature, Peterborough (added by: Bird J.P. 2006)

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Reintroducing the white-clawed crayfish into the River Lathkill. Conserving Natura 2000 Rivers. Conservation Techniques Series No. 8. English Nature, Peterborough, UK (added by: Bird J.P. 2006)

Based on: (2003)

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Control of floating pennywort

Based on: (2004)

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Attempts to divert bark-stripping of spruce Picea abies by red deer Cervus elaphus from standing trees to felled logs and pruned trunks, Entenpfuhl and Neupfalz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

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Effect of different narcosis procedures on initiating oviposition of pre-diapausing Bombus terrestris queens

Based on: (1994)

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Aleutian Canada goose road to recovery

Based on: (2001)

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Balancing Active and Passive Restoration in a Nonchemical, Research-Based Approach to Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration in Southern California

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The structure and functioning of flower-visiting insect communities on hay meadows. PhD thesis, University of Cambridge

Based on: & (2002)

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Effect of photoperiodic regimes on the oviposition of artificially overwintered Bombus terrestris L. queens and the production of sexuals

Based on: & Aupinel P. (1994)

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Development of fish communities in lakes after biomanipulation

Based on: , Lammens E.H.R.R., Raat A.J.P., Klein Breteler J.G.P. & Grimm M.P. (1995)

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Development of fish communities in lakes after biomanipulation

Based on: , Lammens E.H.R.R., Raat A.J.P., Klein Breteler J.G.P. & Grimm M.P. (1995)

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Canopy vs. understorey: Does tree diversity affect bee and wasp communities and their natural enemies across forest strata?

Based on: , S. Tscharntke T., Scherber C., , & Steffan-Dewenter I. (2009)

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Comparative quality of winter food sources for cirl bunting delivered through countryside stewardship special project and cs arable options

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Improved growth and nutrient utilisation in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fed diets containing a bacterial protein meal

Based on: Aas T.S, Grisdale-Helland B., Terjesen B.F. & Helland S.J. (2006)

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Plant diversity in a calcareous wooded meadow - The significance of management continuity

Based on: Aavik T., Jogar U., Liira J., Tulva I. & Zobel M. (2008)

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When flyways meet highways - The relative permeability of different motorway crossing sites to functionally diverse bat species

Based on: Abbott I.M., Butler F. & Harrison S. (2012)

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Clutter-adaptation of bat species predicts their use of under-motorway passageways of contrasting sizes - a natural experiment

Based on: Abbott I.M., Harrison S. & Butler F. (2012)

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Establishing causes of eradication failure based on genetics: Case study of ship rat eradication in Ste. Anne Archipelago

Based on: Abdelkrim J., Pascal M. & Samadi S. (2007)

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Revegetating Disturbance in National Parks: Reestablishing Native Plants in Saguaro National Park, Sonoran Desert

Based on: Abella S.R., O'Brien K.L. & Weesner M.W. (2015)

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