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Thin trees within forests
Likely to be ineffective or harmful Based on: 9 studies
Thin trees within forests
Translocate amphibians
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Translocate amphibians
Translocate frogs
Trade-off between benefit and harms Based on: 20 studies
Translocate frogs
Translocate great crested newts
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 9 studies
Translocate great crested newts
Translocate natterjack toads
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 5 studies
Translocate natterjack toads
Translocate salamanders (including newts)
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 6 studies
Translocate salamanders (including newts)
Translocate toads
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 9 studies
Translocate toads
Translocate wood frogs
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 3 studies
Translocate wood frogs
Treat amphibians with chytridiomycosis in the wild or pre-release
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 1 study
Treat amphibians with chytridiomycosis in the wild or pre-release
Use amphibians sustainably
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Use amphibians sustainably
Use antibacterial treatment to reduce chytridiomycosis infection
Unlikely to be beneficial Based on: 3 studies
Use antibacterial treatment to reduce chytridiomycosis infection
Use antifungal treatment to reduce chytridiomycosis infection
Trade-off between benefit and harms Based on: 18 studies
Use antifungal treatment to reduce chytridiomycosis infection
Use artificial fertilization in captive breeding
Trade-off between benefit and harms Based on: 4 studies
Use artificial fertilization in captive breeding
Use gloves to handle amphibians
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Use gloves to handle amphibians
Use herbicides to control mid-storey or ground vegetation
Likely to be ineffective or harmful Based on: 5 studies
Use herbicides to control mid-storey or ground vegetation
Use hormone treatment to induce sperm and egg release during captive breeding
Trade-off between benefit and harms Based on: 17 studies
Use hormone treatment to induce sperm and egg release during captive breeding
Use humans to assist migrating amphibians across roads
Unlikely to be beneficial Based on: 6 studies
Use humans to assist migrating amphibians across roads
Use irrigation systems for amphibian sites
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Use irrigation systems for amphibian sites
Use leave-tree harvesting instead of clearcutting
Unlikely to be beneficial Based on: 3 studies
Use leave-tree harvesting instead of clearcutting
Use legislative regulation to protect wild populations
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Use legislative regulation to protect wild populations
Use patch retention instead of clearcutting
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 1 study
Use patch retention instead of clearcutting
Use prescribed fire or modifications to burning regime in forests
Likely to be ineffective or harmful Based on: 18 studies
Use prescribed fire or modifications to burning regime in forests
Use prescribed fire or modifications to burning regime in grassland
Likely to be ineffective or harmful Based on: 3 studies
Use prescribed fire or modifications to burning regime in grassland
Use shelterwood harvesting instead of clearcutting
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 5 studies
Use shelterwood harvesting instead of clearcutting

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