Innovative Approaches to Wildlife/Highway Interactions: Advanced Course

TRUCKEE, California
Monday, July 25, 2016

Innovative Approaches to Wildlife/Highway Interactions: Advanced Course

Monday, July 25, 2016 - Friday, July 29, 2016

Sagehen Creek Field Station
11616 Sagehen Road
P.O. Box 939
TRUCKEE, California 96160
United States

Phone: 530.587.4830
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Highways, ​as ​well ​as ​low ​volume ​roads, ​are ​a ​major ​source ​of ​impacts ​affecting ​terrestrial ​wildlife ​and ​aquatic ​organisms ​on ​public ​and ​private ​lands. ​ ​

This ​course ​will ​teach ​state-of-the-art ​approaches ​for ​addressing ​wildlife ​and ​highway ​interactions, ​providing ​participants ​with ​skills ​and ​resources ​that ​can ​be ​applied ​in ​highway ​project ​planning, ​and ​dealing ​with ​legacy ​impacts.

Advanced ​Topics ​include:
• Wildlife ​behavior ​and ​highway ​effects ​
• Effective ​mitigation ​measures ​
• Economics ​of ​mitigation
• Planning, ​policy, ​and ​funding ​
• Engineering ​plan ​reading ​for ​biologists
• Monitoring ​techniques ​
• Current ​research
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