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Table 8 Comparing other evidence syntheses to our current map. N.B

From: Existing evidence on the outcomes of wildlife translocations in protected areas: a systematic map

Citation Scope of review Nature of synthesis Search databases No. of other literature sources Publication data range of included articles No. of included publications
Our map (translocation synthesis) P: all biodiversity worldwide
I: reintroductions, introductions, Supplementations
C: protected areas
Systematic map 2 databases: WOS, SCOPUS 12 (+2 grey literature calls) 1969 to 2020 498
Fischer J, Lindenmayer DB. An assessment of the published results of animal relocations. Biological Conservation. 2000; 96: 1–11 P: animals worldwide
I: reintroductions,
supplementations, introductions
Map-like 0 databases A search for articles across 12 major journals only 1979 to 1998 124
Hale SL, Koprowski JL. Ecosystem-level effects of keystone species reintroduction: a literature review. Restoration Ecology. 2018; 26: 439–45 P: key-stone species
I: reintroductions only
Map-like 1 database: WOS 0 1995 to 2016 69
Tetzlaff SJ, Sperry JH, DeGregorio BA. Effects of antipredator training, environmental enrichment, and soft release on wildlife translocations: a review and meta-analysis. Biol Cons. 2019; 236: 324–31 P: all biodiversitya
I: translocationsa
C: antipredator training, soft release, or environmental
Enrichment
Meta-analysis 0 databases (Search in google scholar only) 0 1981 to 2018 41
Resende, P., Viana-Junior, A., Young, R., Azevedo, C., 2020. A global review of animal translocation programs. Anim. Biodivers. Conserv. 221–232. https://doi.org/10.32800/abc.2020.43.0221 P: animals
I: introduction, reintroduction, translocationsa
Map-like 2 databases: WOS, SCOPUS 1 1986 to 2017 145
  1. P population, I interventions, C context
  2. aMethods unclear and exclusion criteria difficult to ascertain. The first line in italics corresponds to this map