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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
Benefits of collaborating with library colleagues Teaming Up: Kim Cornell, Lise Doucette, and Dan Sich OLA Super Conference February 26, 2010.
CHARACTERIZE AND ASSESS WILDLIFE-HABITAT TYPES AND STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS FOR SUB-BASINS WITHIN THE COLUMBIA PLATEAU ECOPROVINCE Project:
ODOT Wildlife Hotspot Study Pilot Study: ODOT District 10 Prepared by: Melinda Trask Oregon Department of Transportation, Geo- Environmental Section, Salem.
Keeping It Simple - Easy Ways to Help Wildlife Along Roads Critter Crossings Linking Habitats and Reducing Roadkill
Oregon Wildlife Movement Data CETAS Meeting June 16, 2009.
Appui à la mise en oeuvre dapproches globales et intégrées dadaptation aux changements climatiques en Afrique AAP Country Conference Evidence based policy.
SAFETEA-LU: Wildlife and Highways Sandra L. Jacobson Wildlife Biologist USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station Redwood Sciences Lab Arcata.
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.
080820_v1DP TRAVEL MANAGEMENT - PROCESS ON THE GILA NATIONAL FOREST.
Conclusions The flagship project found generel support Benefits of the project: More sustainable use of resources Higher catch quotas Meeting consumer.
South Dakota Deer- Vehicle Collision Data Art Smith Dept. of Game, Fish & Parks 523 E. Capitol Ave, Pierre
BRUCE FREEMAN RAIL TRAIL ARTICLES 22, 23, & ANNUAL TOWN MEETING.
Issues in the Ecology of Highway Design and Construction.
Addressing Deer Vehicle Accidents at the Community Scale Elizabeth I. Rogers, Ph.D. Dean B. Premo, Ph.D. White Water Associates, Inc. Amasa, MI.
The National Hydrologic Dataset Brian Brodeur GIS Program Director Mass DEP
Barry Storey jdt / Mott MacDonald Road Traffic Accidents Data Management and Analysis.
Every Acre Counts The Newfound Watershed Master Plan Land Conservation Priorities In the Newfound Lake Watershed January 23, 2015 Dan Sundquist GreenFire.
Federal Highway Administration University Course on Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Publication No. FHWA-HRT Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety.
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.
Landscape Fragmentation in the Lake Champlain Basin Charlotte Low Matt Gustafson Walker Brown Photograph: Caldwell Clark 2010 (Mt. Philo)
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