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Designing Highways for Wildlife Connectivity
What you are Going to Learn
Module 1 Starting at the Beginning State/Regional Planning - Data Collection and use - Priority Locations - WVC Hotspots - Habitat Linkage Zones
Data Collection - Establish data need - Tools - Challenges ( quality and consistency are issues)
Data Analysis in Planning Expert Committee GIS Maps Rapid Assessment
Using Data to Identify Hot Spots and Habitat Linkage Zones Wildlife Vehicle Collisions Habitat Linkage Zones
Thinking/Planning beyond the Road
Take Aways Need Good data and expertise early and on-going Identification of crossing locations and corridors early
Keeping It Simple - Easy Ways to Help Wildlife Along Roads Critter Crossings Linking Habitats and Reducing Roadkill
Identifying Wildlife Linkages and Wildlife Collision Hot Spots on Oregon Highways Oregon Department of Transportation Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc. Oregon.
ODOT Wildlife Collision Hotspots Study RESULTS OF STATEWIDE ANALYSIS August 26, 2008 Melinda Trask Oregon Department of Transportation, Geo-Environmental.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Introducing the Oregon Conservation trategy Oregon Wildlife Movement Strategy Pacific Northwest Wildlife Connections.
Gene mapping – first lecture. 13_01.jpg 13_02.jpg.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Introducing the Oregon Conservation trategy Oregon Wildlife Movement Data Oregon Chapter Wildlife Society Meeting.
Oregon Wildlife Movement Data CETAS Meeting June 16, 2009.
Helping Communities Protect Wildlife Habitat Emily Brunkhurst Wildlife Biologist NH Fish and Game Taking Action for Wildlife.
GIS Kangaroo Project We are a mob of Western Grey Kangaroos grazing on the Flinders Park school oval. It is early evening and as the sun sets we move off.
ODOT Wildlife Program_RTL_ Initiating the Oregon Wildlife Movement Strategy Melinda Trask, ODOT Geo-Environmental Section,
ODOT Wildlife Hotspot Study Pilot Study: ODOT District 10 Prepared by: Melinda Trask Oregon Department of Transportation, Geo- Environmental Section, Salem.
South Dakota Deer- Vehicle Collision Data Art Smith Dept. of Game, Fish & Parks 523 E. Capitol Ave, Pierre
로드킬. Contents RoadKill? 로드킬 실태 해외 ( 호주 ) 국내 로드킬 대처방안 해외 ( 미국, the Wildlife Foundation ) 국내.
Crossing the Barrier: Integrating GIS beyond the Land Records Arena Ken Curry Land Records Coordinator Land Records Department Trempealeau County Greg.
Office of Traffic, Safety and Technology Chapter 9 New Technologies Traffic Signs 101 November 20, 2014.
Conclusions The flagship project found generel support Benefits of the project: More sustainable use of resources Higher catch quotas Meeting consumer.
TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS. With the name of ALLAH, the most BENEFICENT and the most MERCIFUL.
CHARACTERIZE AND ASSESS WILDLIFE-HABITAT TYPES AND STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS FOR SUB-BASINS WITHIN THE COLUMBIA PLATEAU ECOPROVINCE Project:
Oregon’s All Roads Transportation Safety (ARTS) Program Zahidul Siddique, Ph.D., PE, PTOE Oregon Department of Transportation October 26, st International.
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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Joshua Heimroth Peter Meisburger.
Transportation Programs. Habitat and Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Restoration Mitigation Wildlife Human Safety Crossings.
1 Managing Cumulative Impacts SCEK Forum June 10, 2004 Fort St. John.
Bicycle, Pedestrian, Livability Pedestrian Plan— GIS Analysis APTAC July 2015 Kate Brady.
BRUCE FREEMAN RAIL TRAIL ARTICLES 22, 23, & ANNUAL TOWN MEETING.
Addressing Deer Vehicle Accidents at the Community Scale Elizabeth I. Rogers, Ph.D. Dean B. Premo, Ph.D. White Water Associates, Inc. Amasa, MI.
Moving People Overview. Key Themes Road Hierarchy/Classification Strategic freight corridors Strategic public transport corridors Review and implementation.
Emily May Green Infrastructure: An Evidence Base for Birmingham.
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL FEEDBACKS SESSION (and a plug for PIA…) Stewart J. Cohen 1) Adaptation & Impacts Research Group, Environment Canada
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NORTH SEA INTERREG IVB PROGRAMME FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS Jon Jordan UK Contact Point Peterborough - October 2007.
A SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC-PRIVATE CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP Jens C. Hilke Integrating natural resource and transportation agencies into the Staying Connected.
Federal Highway Administration University Course on Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Publication No. FHWA-HRT Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe UNECE Transport Division 1 TRANS-EUROPEAN RAILWAY (TER) PROJECT 2 nd Expert Group Meeting (Budapest, 23 September.
THE REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER for Central and Eastern Europe Integrated planning and Assessment of National Development Plan of the Czech Republic.
Landscape Fragmentation in the Lake Champlain Basin Charlotte Low Matt Gustafson Walker Brown Photograph: Caldwell Clark 2010 (Mt. Philo)
Conference on MSP, Split, September 2007 MSP: An introduction Presentation September 2007 / Split Kira Gee sustainable projects.
BPAC. “Congestion management is the application of strategies to improve transportation system performance and reliability by reducing the adverse impacts.
Overview of the KBA Process : A report card for Melanesia Insert representative image or map here Outcome definition for CI Melanesia through Moore- funded.
Every Acre Counts The Newfound Watershed Master Plan Land Conservation Priorities In the Newfound Lake Watershed January 23, 2015 Dan Sundquist GreenFire.
The National Hydrologic Dataset Brian Brodeur GIS Program Director Mass DEP
Lec 4. Ch.2P2 TP and Decision Making 2.5 Please the section at home. Pay attention to the need of feedback and continuity over time. 2.6 Development of.
1 Climate and Clean Air Coalition Landfills and Municipal Solid Waste Initiative Cities Program July, 23 rd, 2013 México City, México.
1 First Meeting of Technical Advisory Group and International Steering Committee meeting of LADA, PDF-B First Meeting of Technical Advisory Group and International.
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SAFETEA-LU: Wildlife and Highways Sandra L. Jacobson Wildlife Biologist USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station Redwood Sciences Lab Arcata.
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Transportation Working Group ITS Experts Group Chicago, Illinois September 2002 Walter Kulyk, P.E. Director, Office of.
TRANSBOUNDARY DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS 1.DIAGNOSIS - ASSESSMENT IDENTIFICATION OF WATER-RELATED ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES & PROBLEMS QUANTIFICATION OF IDENTIFIED.
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