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  • n. Plural form of exclosure.


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  • Researchers studied the forest by pairing 12 unfenced sites with 12 fenced sites, called exclosures, based on similar habitat type, forest cover, soil type, and slope.

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  • Also, you can use exclosures to create areas on your property that are really thick and dense ... perfect bedding area habitat.

    Deer management

  • I know a few who have deer exclosures and they find sheds around them all the time.

    deer sheds

  • Experimental exclosures have shown that, once grazing pressure by large herbivores is lifted, the regrowth of shrubs and tree species can be remarkable.

    Human impacts on the biodiversity of the Arctic

  • I haven't heard yet whether the refuge is also going to abandon predator exclosures.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • They're also doing away with predator exclosures, which crows have learned to associate with plover chicks available for eating.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • No word on what they're going to do about the mammalian predators like skunks and foxes, which used to be foiled by the predator exclosures.

    they're back

  • We erected exclosures around individual Acacia nigrescens trees in the greater Kruger ecosystem, South Africa.

    Now that's a stretch - The Panda's Thumb

  • This will include both plantations of native species and exclosures where feasible, to allow for the regeneration of native biotic communities and to protect and increase diversity in these xerophytic forests.

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  • The fenced "deer exclosures" were built in 1950 by Roger Latham, a biologist and head researcher for the Pennsylvania Game Commission before he became the outdoors editor of the former Pittsburgh Press. - News


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