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The scrub layer was studied in 11 selected areas of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, which are used as winter range by wapiti (Cervus canadens...Read more
In a field study at a hill sheep farm in the Tweedsmuir hills of SE Scotland the precision of 4 methods for measuring utilization rate of C. vulgaris ...Read more
From general observations it is postulated that the unenclosed woodlands of the New Forest consist of three generations. It was possible to determine ...Read more
Accurate methods for estimating the intensity of browsing by herbivores are fundamental to understanding the ecology of shrub communities. Quantifying...Read more
When mammalian herbivores are present at high densities their browsing activity can have a negative effect on establishment or regeneration of native ...Read more
In south-eastern Australia, browsing of commercial tree seedlings by mammalian herbivores in plantation forestry incurs a large economic cost to the i...Read more
The amount and seasonality of browsing on experimentally planted saplings (<30 cm tall) of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), silver birch (Betula pend...Read more
This study highlights the Woodland Herbivore Impact Assessment Method (WHIA) by comparing the results obtained by fifteen surveyors assessing the same...Read more
Bud caps can be used to reduce browsing pressure on isolated Scots pine Pinus sylvestris seedlings in outlying areas of Caledonian pinewood....Read more
Describes a study of seedling survival after simulated browsing (removal of the cotyledons of 3-day seedlings, or the leading shoots of seedlings 1-11...Read more