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Pest Control and Pollination Cost–Benefit Analysis of Hedgerow Restoration in a Simplified Agricultural Landscape

Journal of Economic Entomology

Based on: Morandin L.A., Long R.F. & Kremen C. (2016)

Grassland compost amendments increase plant production without changing plant communities

Ecosphere

Based on: Ryals R., Eviner V.T., Stein C., Suding K.N. & Silver W.L. (2016)

Response of seven aquatic plants to a new arylpicolinate herbicide

Journal of Aquatic Plant Management

Based on: Richardson R.J., Haug E.J. & Netherland M.D. (2016)

Assessment of post-burn removal methods for Acacia saligna in Cape Flats Sand Fynbos, with consideration of indigenous plant recovery

South African Journal of Botany

Based on: Krupek A, Gaertner M., Holmes P.M. & Elser K.J. (2016)

Benefits of the Symbiotic Association of Shrubby Legumes for the Rehabilitation of Degraded Soils under Mediterranean Climatic Conditions

Land Degradation and Development

Based on: Pérez-Fernández M.A., Clavo-Magro E. & Valentine A. (2016)

Do testate amoebae communities recover in concordance with vegetation after restoration of drained peatlands?

Mires and Peat

Based on: Daza Secco E., Haapalehto T., Haimi J., Meissner K. & Tahvanainen T. (2016)

Factors affecting re-vegetation dynamics of experimentally restored extracted peatland in Estonia

Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Based on: Karofeld E., Müür M. & Vellak K. (2016)

Revegetation dynamics after 15 years of rewetting in two extracted peatlands in Sweden

Mires and Peat

Based on: Kozlov S.A., Lundin L. & Avetov N.A. (2016)

Specialist butterflies benefit most from the ecological restoration of mires

Biological Conservation

Based on: Noreika N., Kotze D.J., Loukola O.J., Sormunen N., Vuori A., Päivinen J., Penttinen J., Punttila P. & Kotiaho J.S. (2016)

Controls on plot-scale growing season CO2 and CH4 fluxes in restored peatlands: do they differ from unrestored and natural sites?

Mires and Peat

Based on: Strack M., Cagampan J., Hassanpour Fard G., Keith A.M., Nugent K., Rankin T., Robinson C. & Strachan I.B. (2016)

Contrasting response to mowing in two abandoned rich fen plant communities

Ecological Engineering

Based on: Menichino N.M., Fenner N., Pullin A.S., Jones P.S., Guest J. & Jones L. (2016)

La gestion par fauche des milieux humides de la Réser ve naturelle nationale du lac de Remoray

French Peatland Coordination Centre

Based on: Pôle-Relais Tourbières 0 (2016)

Analysis of Botanical Survey Data 2015

Exmoor Mires Partnership

Based on: Glendinning A. & Hand A. (2016)

The effectiveness of old and new strategies for the long‐term control of Pteridium aquilinum, an 8‐year test

Weed Research

Based on: Milligan G., Cox E., Alday J., Santana V., McAllister H., Pakeman R., Le D.M. & Marrs R. (2016)

Recovery of target bryophytes in floating rich fens after 25 yr of inundation by base-rich surface water with lower nutrient contents

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: Kooijman A.M., Cusell C., Mettrop I.S. & Lamers L.P.M. (2016)

Reintroduction of fen plant communities on a degraded minerotrophic peatland

Canadian Journal of Botany

Based on: Rochefort L., LeBlanc M.-C., Bérubé V., Hugron S., Boudreau S. & Pouliot R. (2016)

Preference for and use of oral enrichment objects in juvenile silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes)

Zoo Biology

Based on: Hovland A.L., Rød A.M.S., Koistinen T. & Ahola L. (2016)

Managing repetitive locomotor behaviour and time spent off exhibit in a male black-footed cat (Felis nigripes) through exhibit and husbandry modifications

Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research

Based on: Leeds A., Stone D., Johnson B., Less E., Schoffner T., Dennis P., Lukas K. & Wark J. (2016)

Reduktion des Kollisionsrisikos von Fledermäusen an Onshore-Windenergieanlagen (RENEBAT II)

Based on: Behr O., Brinkmann R., Korner-Nievergelt F., Nagy M., Niermann I., Reich M. & Simon R. (2016)

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