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exclosure

(ɪkˈskləʊʒə)
n
(Forestry) an area of land, esp in a forest, fenced round to keep out unwanted animals
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Medium and small mammalian predators may also limit herbivores including invertebrates, but we have only exclosure evidence for large mammals.
For the proposed study, A network of long-term waterbird exclosure plots will be established within the doana natural space in southern spain.
Species with the least biomass included Plantago cordata, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, and Verbena hastate regardless of exclosure or open area.
Cowne said during the meeting that the elephant, now over 30, should be freed and the civic authority should bring a pair of elephants after expanding the elephant exclosure. In response, Capital Development Authority officials told him the authority would take the proposals into consideration, and will make a decision based on what is in Kaavan's best interest.
(2011) measured lower bulk density value in exclosure pasture than continuous grazed pasture.
Grasshopper sampling occurred in a large livestock exclosure at the USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Lab located near Miles City, Montana, U.S., from 1999 through 2003.
Same-sized control plots containing the control plants were established along each field's edge within two meters of each exclosure and were not caged.
Prior to reintroduction of cattle grazing, we established permanent paired plots (one cattle grazed plot and one ungrazed exclosure; ITT 1996) in each of the 11 paddocks.
It's kind of an open secret, the herbivore Exclosure at Mana Pools.
Draft an ars poetica on your mobile." In "Exclosure 6" Abendroth writes, "What is the figurable distance between ...
Data were collected from four rangelands including: a: Exclosure: for four years, b: Nemati Rangeland: rotation grazing system for six months, c: Chagneh Rangeland: continuous grazing for 6 months and d: Shirali Rangeland: continuous grazing throughout the year.
In addition to the strategies described above, 'Exclosure' was defined as an absence of grazing.