Cost–Benefit Analyses of Mitigation Measures Aimed at Reducing Collisions with Large Ungulates in the United States and Canada: A Decision Support Tool

Wildlife-vehicle collisions, especially with deer, elk, and moose are numerous and have shown an increasing trend over the last several decades in the United States and Canada. This provides in depth cost-benefit analysis of wildlife-vehicle collisions, introducing a valuable decision making tool for determining mitigation measures to reduce ungulate–vehicle collisions.

A Checklist for Ecological Management of Landscapes for Conservation

This article makes an assessment of the major themes and issues related to Ecology and Conservation. Highlights the importance of landscape mosaics, interactions between vegetation cover and vegetation configuration, using an appropriate landscape conceptual model, and maintaining the capacity to recover from disturbance; lay out management approaches in an adaptive framework; and propose areas for

Climate Change Futures: Health, Ecological and Economic Dimensions

This assessment of climate change addresses trends, case studies and scenarios. Bold initiatives and innovative measures spearheading a properly funded, well-insured clean energy transition can create the blueprint for a sustainable engine of growth for the 21st Century.

An Assessment of Road Impacts on Wildlife Populations in U.S. National Parks

Researchers at the Western Transportation Institute synthesized information obtained from a system-wide survey of resource managers to assess the magnitude of their concerns on the impacts of roads on park wildlife. The results characterize current conditions and help identify wildlife-transportation conflicts.

Climate Change Is Really Bugging Our Forests

Discusses bark beetle impacts in the face of climate change and wildfire regimes, citing drought weakened forest stands as drivers of increased infestation and ultimately increased fuel availability.

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