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Arbuscular mycorrhizal propagule densities respond rapidly to ponderosa pine restoration treatments

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Korb J.E., Johnson N.C. & Covington W.W. (2003)

Are conservation strategies effective in avoiding the deforestation of the Colombian Guyana Shield?

Biological Conservation

Based on: Armenteras D., Rodriguez N. & Retana J. (2009)

Are external mine entrance characteristics related to bat use?

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Johnson J.B., Wood P.B. & Edwards J.W. (2006)

Are forested buffers an effective conservation strategy for riparian fauna? An assessment using meta-analysis

Ecological Applications

Based on: Marczak L.B., Sakamaki T., Turvey S.L., Deguise I., Wood S.L.R. & Richardson J.S. (2010)

Are gardens effective in butterfly conservation? A case study with the pipevine swallowtail, Battus philenor

Journal of Insect Conservation

Based on: Levy J.M. & Connor E.F. (2004)

Are Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) control and eradication interventions effective? Systematic Review No. 21

Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation

Based on: Kabat T.J., Stewart G.B. & Pullin A.S. (2006)

Argentine ant management in cherimoyas

California Agriculture

Based on: Phillips P.A., Bekey R.S. & Goodall G.E. (1987)

Arid old-field restoration: Native perennial grasses suppress weeds and erosion, but also suppress native shrubs

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Porensky L.M., Leger E.A., Davison J., Miller W.W., Goergen E.M., Espeland E.K. & Carroll-Moore E.M. (2014)

Arthropod abundance and diversity in differently vegetated margins of arable fields

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Thomas C.F.G. & Marshall E.J.P. (1999)

Arthropod and Plant Communities as Indicators of Land Rehabilitation Effectiveness in a Semiarid Shrubsteppe

Western North American Naturalist

Based on: Gardner E.T., Anderson V.J. & Johnson R.L. (2009)

Arthropod reaction to landscape and habitat features in agricultural landscapes

Landscape Ecology

Based on: Jeanneret P., Schupbach B. & Pfiffner L. (2003)

Artificial addition of snags and nest boxes to slash pine plantations

Journal of Field Ornithology

Based on: Caine L.A. & Marion W.R. (1991)

Artificial bat roosts did not accelerate forest regeneration in abandoned pastures in southern Costa Rica

Biological Conservation

Based on: Reid J.L., Holste E.K. & Zahawi R.A. (2013)

Artificial dispersal as a restoration tool in meadows: sowing or planting?

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Wallin L., Svensson B.M. & Lönn M. (2009)

Artificial dispersal of endangered epiphytic lichens: a tool for conservation in boreal forest landscapes

Biological Conservation

Based on: Liden M., Petterson M., Bergsten U. & Lundmark T. (2004)

Artificial dispersal of endangered epiphytic lichens: a tool for conservation in boreal forest landscapes

Biological Conservation

Based on: Liden M., Petterson M., Bergsten U. & Lundmark T. (2004)

Artificial disturbance promotes recovery of rare Mediterranean temporary pond plant species on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, England

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Scott A., Maclean I.M.D. , Byfield A., Pay A.R. & Wilson R.J. (2012)

Artificial egg-laying sites for lizards: a conservation strategy

Biological Conservation

Based on: Castilla A.M. & Swallow J.G. (1995)

Artificial incubation of falcon eggs

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Burnham W. (1983)

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