6616 Studies found

Studies

An individual study is a summary of a specific scientific study, providing background context, the conservation action(s) taken and their consequences.

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The effects of grazing management on the vegetation of mesotrophic (meadow) grassland in Northern England

Based on: Smith R.S. & Rushton S.P. (1994)

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1994 0

The management of grass pastures for brent geese

Based on: Vickery J.A., Sutherland W.J. & Lane S.J. (1994)

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1994 5

The management of grass pastures for brent geese

Based on: Vickery J.A., Sutherland W.J. & Lane S.J. (1994)

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1994 0

The management of grass pastures for brent geese

Based on: Vickery J.A., Sutherland W.J. & Lane S.J. (1994)

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

Based on: (2004)

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2004 3

Control of Molinia caerulea on upland moors

Based on: Marrs R.H., Phillips J.D.P., Todd P.A., Ghorbani J. & Le Duc M.G. (2004)

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2004 2

Habitat destruction and its effect on a population of smooth newts Triturus vulgaris: an unfortunate field experiment

Based on: Verrell P.A. (1987)

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1987 0

Influence of mechanical cutting and pathogen application on the performance and nutrient storages of Cirsium arvense

Based on: Kluth S., Kruess A. & Tscharntke T. (2003)

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Long-distance relocation of nestboxes reduces nest predation by pine marten Martes martes

Based on: Sorace A., Petrassi F. & Consiglio C. (2004)

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2004 1

Chariots of fire – a burning issue

Based on: Forbes V. (2003)

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Controlling cotoneaster – grub, spray or burn

Based on: Bond W. (2003)

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Controlling cotoneaster – grub, spray or burn

Based on: Bond W. (2003)

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Controlling cotoneaster – grub, spray or burn

Based on: Bond W. (2003)

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Rhododendron – a further method of control

Based on: Elliot D. (0)

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Diversifying upland meadows

Based on: Smith R. & Corkhill P. (2000)

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Reptile hibernacula - providing a winter refuge

Based on: Stebbings R. (2000)

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From mowing to grazing – the control of scrub at Little Scrubbs Meadow

Based on: Wilkinson R.B. (2000)

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Mending the mires

Based on: Cooch S. & Morris D. (2001)

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Managing Michaelmas daisy

Based on: Curtis A. (2001)

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Reducing the density of breeding gulls influences the pattern of recruitment of immature Atlantic puffins Fratercula arctica to a breeding colony

Based on: Finney S.K., Harris M.P., Keller L.F., Elston D.A., Monaghan P. & Wanless S. (2003)

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Analyses of two mute swan populations and the effects of clutch reduction: implications for population management

Based on: Watola G.V., Stone D.A., Smith G.C., Forrester G.J., Coleman A.E., Coleman J.T., Goulding M.J., Robinson K.A. & Milsom T.P. (2003)

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Elements that promote highway crossing structure use by small mammals in Banff National Park

Based on: McDonald W. & St.Clair C.C. (2004)

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2004 2

Microsite availability and establishment of native species on degraded and reclaimed sites

Based on: Elmarsdottir A., Aradottir A.L. & Trlica M.J. (2003)

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Soil ammonium accumulation after sod cutting hampers the restoration of degraded wet heathlands

Based on: Dorland E., Bobbink R., Messelink J.H. & Verhoeven J.T.A. (2003)

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War against Crassula – one year on

Based on: Stone I. (2002)

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