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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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The use of nest protectors for the saffron-cowled blackbird Xanthopsar flavus in Argentina

Based on: Pucheta F.M., Pereda I.M. & Di Giacomo A.S. (2018)

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Restoring lowland heath through small-scale turf removal at Cooper’s Hill Nature Reserve, Bedfordshire

Based on: Hitchcock G.E. (2018)

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The use of bud caps (leading shoot tree guards) to relieve browsing pressure in remote areas of Caledonian pinewood at Mar Lodge Estate National Nature Reserve, UK

Based on: Painting A.I., Agnew J. & Rao S. (2018)

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Translocation of an endangered endemic Korean treefrog Dryophytes suweonensis

Based on: Borzée A., Kim Y.-I., Kim Y.-E. & Jang Y. (2018)

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Testing tools for eradicating the invasive toad Duttaphrynus melanostictus in Madagascar

Based on: Reardon J.T., Kraus F., Moore M., Rabenantenaina L., Rabinivo A., Rakotoarisoa N.H. & Randrianasolo H.H. (2018)

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The effect of using ‘displacement’ to encourage the movement of water voles Arvicola amphibius in lowland England

Based on: Gelling M., Harrington A.L., Dean M., Haddy E.C., Marshall C.E. & Macdonald D.W. (2018)

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Uncleaned crop seed sowing as a tool to conserve Bromus grossus and restore species-rich arable-dependent plant communities

Based on: Piqueray J., Gilliaux V., Gaillard T., Mahy G. & Delescaille L.M. (2018)

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Mechanical and manual control of prickly pear Opuntia dillenii in lakeside dunes at Laguna del Portil, southern Spain

Based on: García-de-Lomas J., Martín I., Saavedra C., Fernández-Carrillo L., Martínez E. & Rodríguez C. (2018)

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Treatment of adult Valcheta frogs Pleurodema somuncurense for chytrid fungus

Based on: Arellano M.L., Velasco M.A., Martínez Aguirre T., Zarini O., Belasen A.M., James T.Y. & Kacoliris F.P. (2018)

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Management strategy to avoid chytrid fungus infection in egg clutches of the Valcheta frog Pleurodema somuncurense

Based on: Arellano M.L., Velasco M.A., Martínez Aguirre T., Zarini O., Belasen A.M., James T.Y. & Kacoliris F.P. (2018)

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Effectiveness of LED lights on bomas in protecting livestock from predation in southern Kenya

Based on: Okemwa B., Gichuki N., Virani M., Kanya J., Kinyamario J. & Santangeli A. (2018)

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Evaluation of the effectiveness of 3D-printed corals to attract coral reef fish at Tamarindo Reef, Culebra, Puerto Rico

Based on: Pérez-Pagán B.S. & Mercado-Molina A.E. (2018)

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Native plant recovery after the mechanical removal of invasive Agave spp. in coastal habitat in Almería, southeast Spain

Based on: García-de-Lomas J., Schwarzer H., Sanz F.J. & Fernández-Carrillo L. (2018)

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Efficacy of a mitigation method to reduce raptor electrocution at an electricity distribution line in Mongolia

Based on: Dixon A., Bold B., Tsolmonjav P., Galtbalt B. & Batbayar N. (2018)

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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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Effect of varying coppice height on tree survival and ground flora in Brasenose Wood, Oxfordshire, UK

Based on: Wright I.R. & Bartel T.W. (2017)

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Cutting trees in a secondary forest to increase gaur Bos gaurus numbers in Khao Phaeng Ma Reforestation area, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand

Based on: Prayong N. & Srikosamatara S. (2017)

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Herbaceous vegetation enhancement increases biodiversity in a wine-producing vineyard in Israel, promoting shifts in agricultural practices in other vineyards

Based on: Shapira I, Rosenfeld A., Rothschild A., Ackerman M., Eshel G. & Keasar T. (2017)

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