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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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Yields of wheat and soil carbon and nitrogen contents following long-term incorporation of barley straw and ryegrass catch crops

Based on: Thomsen I.K. & Christensen B.T. (2004)

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2004 3

Yields of hawthorn Crataegus monogyna berries under different hedgerow management

Based on: Sparks T.H. & Martin T. (1999)

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1999 1

Yield and water use efficiency of barley in a semiarid Mediterranean agroecosystem: Long-term effects of tillage and N fertilization

Based on: Morell F.J., Lampurlanés J., Álvaro-Fuentes J. & Cantero-Martínez C. (2011)

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2011 9

Yield and environmental effects of summer pig slurry applications to irrigated alfalfa under mediterranean conditions

Based on: Salmerón M., Cavero J., Delgado I. & Isla R. (2010)

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2010 3

Yellow warbler (Dendroica petechia) breeding success in relation to shiny cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis) brood parasitism in Boqueron, Puerto Rico

Based on: Vincenty M., Tossas A.G., Bird-Pico F.J., Lopez-Ortiz R. & Ventosa-Febles E.A (2009)

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2009 1

Year-to-year oscillations in demography of the strictly biennial Pedicularis sylvatica and effects of experimental disturbances

Based on: Petrů M. (2005)

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Year-dependent sex-biased mortality in supplementary-fed Tengmalm's owl nestlings

Based on: Hipkiss T., Hörnfeldt B., Eklund U. & Berlin S. (2002)

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Wyoming Big Sagebrush Density: Effects of Seeding Rates and Grass Competition

Based on: Williams M.I., Schuman G.E., Hild A.L. & Vicklund L.E. (2002)

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2002 1

Woody vegetation response to various burning regimes in South Texas

Based on: Ruthven III I.D.C., Braden A.W., Knutson H.J., Gallagher J.F. & Synatzske D.R. (2003)

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2003 1

Woody species as landscape modulators: their effect on the herbaceous plants in a Mediterranean maquis

Based on: Agra H. & Ne’eman G. (2009)

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2009 2

Woody plant regeneration after blowdown, salvage logging, and prescribed fire in a northern Minnesota forest

Based on: Palik B. & Kastendick D. (2009)

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Woody plant invasion of unburned Kansas bluestem prairie

Based on: Bragg T.B. & Hulbert L.C. (1976)

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Woody encroachment removal from Midwestern oak savannas alters understory diversity across space and time

Based on: Brudvig L.A. (2010)

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2010 1

Woody debris, voles, and trees: Influence of habitat structures (piles and windrows) on long-tailed vole populations and feeding damage

Based on: Sullivan T.P. & Sullivan D.S. (2012)

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2012 1

Woodpecker excavation and use of cavities in polystyrene snags

Based on: Conner R.N. & Saenz D. (1996)

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1996 1

Woodland salamander response to two prescribed fires in the central Appalachians

Based on: Ford W.M., Rodrigue J.L., Rowan E.L., Castleberry S.B. & Schuler T.M. (2010)

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Woodland regeneration in relation to grazing and fencing in Coed Gorswen, North Wales

Based on: Linhart Y.B. & Whelan R.J. (1980)

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Woodland loss and restoration in a savannah park: a 20 year experiment

Based on: Western D. & Maitumo D. (2004)

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Woodland loss and restoration in a savannah park: a 20 year experiment

Based on: Western D. & Maitumo D. (2004)

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Wooden poles can provide habitat connectivity for a gliding mammal

Based on: Goldingay R.L., Taylor B.D. & Ball T. (2011)

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2011 1

Wood thrush movements and habitat use: effects of forest management for red-cockaded woodpeckers

Based on: Lang J.D., Powell L.A., Krementzet D.G. & Conroy M.J. (2002)

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2002 2

Wood thrush (Hylocichla mustelina) nesting ecology in relation to prescribed burning of mixed-oak forest in Ohio

Based on: Artman V.L. & Downhower J.F. (2003)

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Wood duck nesting box usage in Connecticut

Based on: Frank W.J. (1948)

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1948 1

Wolf recovery and population dynamics in Western Poland, 2001-2012

Based on: Nowak S. & Mysłajek R.W. (2016)

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Wolf predation on cattle in Portugal: Assessing the effects of husbandry systems

Based on: Pimenta V., Barros I., Boitani L. & Beja P. (2017)

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