Professor, Dept. of Environmental Resources Engineering, SUNY ESF

Wildlife vehicle collisions: A review of geographic models

Collisions of vehicles with wildlife pose significant dangers for humans and animals. This review examines geographic models used in collision mitigation along with suggestions for future work.

Further information: K. Gunson, G. Mountrakis, L. Quackenbush (2011). Spatial wildlife-vehicle collision models: A review of current work and their application to transportation mitigation projects. Journal of Environmental Management, 92(4):1074-1082. [317KB pdf]