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Vegetation change following exclusion of grazing animals in depleted grassland, Central Otago, New Zealand

Journal of Vegetation Science

Based on: Allen R.B., Wilson J.B. & Mason C.R. (1995)

Effectiveness of wildlife guards at access roads

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Allen T.D., Huijser M.P. & Willey D.W. (2013)

Grazing Effects on Spring Ecosystem Vegetation of California's Hardwood Rangelands

Journal of Range Management

Based on: Allen-Diaz B. & Jackson R.D. (2000)

Long-term grazing study in spring-fed wetlands reveals management tradeoffs

California Agriculture

Based on: Allen-Diaz B., Jackson R.D., Bartolome J.W., Tate K.W. & Oates L.G. (2004)

Tillage and fallow period management effects on the fate of the herbicide isoxaflutole in an irrigated continuous-maize field

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Alletto L., Benoit P., Justes E. & Coquet Y. (2012)

Effects of tillage and fallow period management on soil physical behaviour and maize development

Agricultural Water Management

Based on: Alletto L., Coquet Y. & Justes E. (2011)

Successful use of topsoil removal and soil amelioration to create heathland vegetation

Biological Conservation

Based on: Allison M. & Ausden M. (2004)

Effects of prescribed fire on depredation rates of natural and artificial seaside sparrow nests

Wilson Journal of Ornithology

Based on: Almario B.S., Marra P.P., Gates J.E. & Mitchell L. (2009)

11th National Heathland Conference, 18-20 March 2015

Based on: Alonso I., Underhill-Day J. & Lake S. (2015)

Mitigation of bird collisions with transmission lines through groundwire marking

Biological Conservation

Based on: Alonso J.C., Alonso J.A. & Muñoz-Pulido R. (1994)

Evaluation of road expansion and connectivity mitigation for wildlife in southern California

The Southwestern Naturalist

Based on: Alonso R.S., Lyren L.M., Boydston E.E., Haas C.D. & Crooks K.R. (2014)

Riparian Forest Restoration Along Large Rivers: Initial Results from the Sacramento River Project

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Alpert P., Griggs F.T. & Peterson D.R. (1999)

Limits to captive breeding of mammals in zoos

Conservation Biology

Based on: Alroy J. (2015)

Reintroduction of orphaned black bear cubs into the wild

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Alt G.L. & Beecham J.J. (1984)

Use of group-selection and seed-tree cuts by three early-successional migratory species in Arkansas

The Wilson Bulletin

Based on: Alterman L.E., Bednarz J.C. & Thill R.E. (2005)

Impacts of bottom trawling on deep-coral ecosystems of seamounts are long-lasting

Based on: Althaus F., Williams A., Schlacher T., Kloser R., Green M., Barker B., Bax N., Brodie P. & Hoenlinger-Schlacher M. (2009)

Canapés to extinction: the international trade in frogs’ legs and its ecological impact

Based on: Altherr S., Goyenechea S. & Schubert D.J. (2011)

Response of California red-legged frogs to removal of non-native fish

Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society

Based on: Alvarez J.A., Dunn C. & Zuur A.F. (2002)

Experimental native tree seedling establishment for the restoration of a Mexican cloud forest

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Alvarez-Aquino C., Williams-Linera G. & Newton A.C. (2004)

Aggregate breakdown during tillage in a Mediterranean loamy soil

Soil and Tillage Research

Based on: Álvaro-Fuentes J., Arrúe J.L., Cantero-Martínez C. & López M.V. (2008)

Soil aggregation and soil organic carbon stabilization: Effects of management in semiarid Mediterranean agroecosystems

Soil Science Society of America Journal

Based on: Álvaro-Fuentes J., Cantero-Martínez C., López M. V., Paustian K., Denef K., Stewart C. E. & Arrúe J. L. (2009)

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