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Testing solutions in grass-dominated landscapes: a review of current research

Ibis

Based on: Buckingham D.L., Atkinson P.W. & Rook A.J. (2004)

Testing the effectiveness of an aquatic hazing device on waterbirds in the San Francisco Bay estuary of California

Waterbirds: The International Journal of Waterbird Biology

Based on: Whisson D.A. & Takekawa J.Y. (2000)

Testing the effectiveness of an experimental bat deterrent at the Maple Ridge Wind farm.

A report submitted to the Bats and Wind Energy Cooperative.

Based on: Horn J.W., Arnett E.B., Jensen M. & Kunz T.H. (2008)

Testing the effects of recreational disturbance on two upland breeding waders

Ibis

Based on: Pearce-Higgins J.W., Finney S.K. & Yalden D.W. (2007)

Testing the limits of resistance: a 19-year study of Mediterranean grassland response to grazing regimes

Global Change Biology

Based on: Sternberg M., Golodets C., Gutman M., Perevolotsky A., Ungar E.D., Kigel J. & Henkin Z. (2015)

Testing tools for eradicating the invasive toad Duttaphrynus melanostictus in Madagascar

Conservation Evidence

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

The abundance of farmland birds within arable fields in relation to seed density

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Hart J.D., Murray A.W.A., Milsom T.P., Parrott D., Allcock J., Watola G.V., Bishop J.D., Robertson P.A., Holland J.M., Bowyer A., Birkett T. & Begbie M. (2002)

The abundance of farmland birds within arable fields in relation to seed density

Aspects of Applied Biology

Based on: Hart J.D., Murray A.W.A., Milsom T.P., Parrott D., Allcock J., Watola G.V., Bishop J.D., Robertson P.A., Holland J.M., Bowyer A. & Begbie M. (2002)

The acceptance of 0.2-metre tunnels by amphibians during their migration to the breeding site

Amphibians and Roads: Proceedings of the Toad Tunnel Conference

Based on: Brehm K. (1989)

The adaptability of bumblebees to a change in the location of their nest

British Journal of Animal Behaviour

Based on: Free J.B. (1955)

The addition of artificial macrophytes to provide macroinvertebrate refugia at Alderfen Broad, Norfolk, England

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Hoare D., Jackson M.J. & Perrow M. (2006)

The anatomy of a failed offset

Biological Conservation

Based on: Lindenmayer D.B., Crane M., Evans M.C., Maron M., Gibbons P., Bekessy S. & Blanchard W. (2017)

The apparent eradication of a locally established introduced marine pest

Biological Invasions

Based on: Culver C.S. & Kuris A.M. (2000)

The Appropriateness of Puppet-Rearing Birds for Reintroduction

Conservation Biology

Based on: Valutis L.L. & Marzluff J.M. (1999)

The aquarium trade: a potential risk for nonnative plant introductions in Connecticut, USA

Lake and Reservoir Management

Based on: June-Wells M., Vossbrinck C.R., Gibbons J. & Bugbee G. (2012)

The arthropod fauna of undersown grass and cereal fields

Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, Series A

Based on: Vickerman G.P. (1978)

The Asian clam Corbicula fluminea in the European freshwater-dependent industry: A latent threat or a friendly enemy?

Ecological Economics

Based on: Rosa I.C., Pereira J.L., Gomes J. , Saraiva P.M., Goncalves F. & Costa R. (2011)

The attractiveness of flowering herbaceous plants to bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) and hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) in agro-ecosystems of Central Spain

Agricultural and Forest Entomology

Based on: Barbir J., Badenes-Pérez F.R., Fernández-Quintanilla C. & Dorado J. (2015)

The behaviour and survival of rehabilitated hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus)

Animal Welfare

Based on: Morris P.A., Meakin K. & Sharafi S. (1993)

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