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Tištěné vydání Handbook of road ecology. Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015 ISBN 9781118568187
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The ecological effects of linear infrastructure and traffic: challenges and opportunities of rapid global growth / Rodney van der Ree, Daniel J. Smith and Clara Grilo -- Bad roads, good roads / William F. Laurance -- Why keep areas road-free? The importance of roadless areas / Nuria Selva, Adam Switalski, Stefan Kreft and Pierre L. Ibisch -- Incorporating biodiversity issues into road design: the road agency perspective / Kevin Roberts and Anders Sjölund -- Improving environmental impact assessment and road planning at the landscape scale / Jochen A.G. Jaeger -- What transportation agencies need in environmental impact assessments and other reports to minimise ecological impacts / Josie Stokes -- Principles underpinning biodiversity offsets and guidance on their use / Yung En Chee ---
Construction of roads and wildlife mitigation measures: pitfalls and opportunities / Cameron Weller ---Ensuring the completed road project is designed, built and operated as intended / Rodney van der Ree, Stepen Tonjes and Cameron Weller -- Good science and experimentation are needed in road ecology / Rodney van der Ree, Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Trina Rytwinski and Edgar A. van der Grift -- Field methods to evaluate the impacts of roads on wildlife / Daniel J. Smith and Rodney van der Ree -- Case study: a robust method to obtain defendable data on wildlife mortality / Éric Guinard, Roger Prodon and Christophe Barbraud -- Road-wildlife mitigation planning can be improved by identifying the patterns and processes associated with wildlife-vehicle collisions / Kari Gunson and Fernanda Zimmermann Teixeira -- Incorporating landscape genetics into road ecology / Paul Sunnucks and Niko Balkenhol ---
Guidelines for evaluating use of wildlife crossing structures / Edgar A. van der Grift and Rodney van der Ree ---Guidelines for evaluating the effectiveness of road mitigation measures / Edgar A. van der Grift, Rodney van der Ree and Jochen A.G. Jaeger -- How to maintain safe and effective mitigation measures / Rodney van der Ree and Stephen Tonjes -- Understanding and mitigating the negative effects of road lighting on ecosystems / Bradley F. Blackwell, Travis L. Devault and Thomas W. Seamans -- Ecological impacts of road noise and options for mitigation / Kirsten M. Parris -- Fencing: a valuable tool for reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions and funnelling fauna to crossing structures / Rodney van der Ree, Jeffrey W. Gagnon and Daniel J. Smith --
Wildlife crossing structures: an effective strategy to restore or maintain wildlife connectivity across roads / Daniel J. Smith, Rodney van der Ree and Carme Rosell -- Recreational co-use of wildlife crossing structures / Rodney van der Ree and Edgar A. van der Grift -- Predator-prey interactions at wildlife crossing structures: between myth and reality / Cristina Mata, Roberta Bencini, Brian K. Chambers and Juan E. Malo -- Wildlife warning signs and animal detection systems aimed at reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions / Marcel P. Huijser, Christa Mosler-Berger, Mattias Olsson and Martin Strein -- Use of reflectors and auditory deterrents to prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions / Gino D’Angelo and Rodney van der Ree -- Ecological effects of railways on wildlife / Benjamin Dorsey, Mattias Olsson and Lisa J. Rew -- Impacts of utility and other industrial linear corridors on wildlife / A. David M. Latham and Stan Boutin -- The impacts of roads and traffic on terrestrial animal populations / Trina Rytwinski and Lenore Fahrig -- Insects, snails and spiders: the role of invertebrates in road ecology / Heinrich Reck and Rodney van der Ree -- Case study: protecting Christmas island’s iconic red crabs from vehicles / Rob Muller and Mike Misso -- Making a safe leap forward: mitigating road impacts on amphibians / Andrew J. Hamer, Thomas E.S. Langton and David Lesbarrères -- Reptiles: overlooked but often at risk from roads / Kimberly M. Andrews, Tom A. Langen and Richard P.J.H. Struijk -- Flight doesn’t solve everything: mitigation of road impacts on birds / Angela Kociolek, Clara Grilo and Sandra Jacobson -- Bats and roads / Isobel M. Abbott, Anna Berthinussen, Emma Stone, Martijn Boonman, Markus Melber and John Altringham -- Carnivores: struggling for survival in roaded landscapes / Clara Grilo, Daniel J. Smith and Nina Klar --
Case study: roads and jaguars in the Mayan forests / Eugenia Pallares, Carlos Manterola, Dalia A. Conde and Fernando Colchero -- Case study: finding the middle road-grounded approaches to mitigate highway impacts in tiger reserves / Sanjay Gubbi and H.C. Poornesha -- Case study: African wild dogs and the fragmentation menace / Brendan Whittington-Jones and Harriet Davies-Mostert -- Roads, traffic and verges: big problems and big opportunities for small mammals / Fernando Ascensão, Scott Lapoint and Rodney van der Ree -- Reducing road impacts on tree-dwelling animals / Kylie Soanes and Rodney van der Ree -- Case study: canopy bridges for primate conservation / Andrea Donaldson and Pamela Cunneyworth -- Transportation and large herbivores / Patricia Cramer, Mattias Olsson, Michelle E. Gadd, Rodney van der Ree and Leonard E. Sielecki ---
Case study: the Mount Kenya elephant corridor and underpass / Susie Weeks ---Form and function: a more natural approach to infrastructure, fish and stream habitats / Paul J. Wagner -- Solutions to the impacts of roads and other barriers on fish and fish habitat / Fabrice Ottburg and Matt Blank -- The function and management of roadside vegetation / Suzanne J. Milton, W. Richard J. Dean, Leonard E. Sielecki and Rodney van der Ree -- Roads in the arid lands: issues, challenges and potential solutions / Enhua Lee, David B. Croft and Tamar Achiron-Frumkin -- Road ecology in an urbanising world / Darryl Jones, Hans Bekker and Rodney van der Ree -- Tropical ecosystem vulnerability and climatic conditions: particular challenges for road planning, construction and maintenance / Miriam Goosem -- The influence of economics, politics and environment on road ecology in South America / Alex Bager, Carlos E. Borghi and Helio Secco ---
Highway construction as a force in the destruction of the Amazon forest / Philip M. Fearnside ---Road ecology in South India: issues and mitigation opportunities / K.S. Seshadri and T. Ganesh -- Planning roads through sensitive Asian landscapes: regulatory issues, ecological implications and challenges for decision-making / Asha Rajvanshi and Vinod B. Mathur -- Setjhaba SA, South Afrika: a South African perspective of an emerging transport infrastructure / Wendy Collinson, Dan Parker, Claire Patterson-Abrolat, Graham Alexander and Harriet Davies-Mostert -- Unfenced reserves, unparalleled biodiversity and a rapidly changing landscape: roadways and wildlife in East Africa / Clinton W. Epps, Katarzyna Nowak and Benezeth Mutayoba -- Expected effects of a road across the Serengeti / Michelle E. Gadd -- China: building and managing a massive road and rail network and protecting our rich biodiversity / Yun Wang, Yaping Kong and Jiding Chen ---
Railways, roads and fences across Kazakhstan and Mongolia threaten the survival of wide-ranging wildlife / Kirk A. Olson and Rodney van der Ree ---Best-practice guidelines and manuals / Marguerite Trocmé -- Case study: the role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and advocates in reducing the impacts of roads on wildlife / Patricia White -- Case study: building a community of practice for road ecology / Paul J. Wagner and Andreas Seiler -- Wildlife/roadkill observation and reporting systems / Fraser Shilling, Sarah E. Perkins and Wendy Collinson
This authoritative volume brings together some of the world’s leading researchers, academics, practitioners and transportation agency personnel to present the current status of the ecological sustainability of the linear infrastructure ’ primarily road, rail and utility easements ’ that dissect and fragment landscapes globally. It outlines the potential impacts, demonstrates how this infrastructure is being improved, and how broad ecological principles are applied to mitigate the impact of road networks on wildlife. Research and monitoring is an important aspect of road ecology, encompassing all phases of a transportation project. This book covers research and monitoring to span the entire project continuum ’ starting with planning and design, through construction and into maintenance and management.-.
It focuses on impacts and solutions forspecies groups and specific regions, with particular emphasis on the unique challenges facing Asia, South America and Africa.-Other key features: -Contributions from authors originating from over 25 countries, including from all continents -Each chapter summarizes important lessons, and includes lists of further reading and thoroughly up to date references -Highlights principles that address key points relevant to all phases in all road projects -Explains best-practices based on a number of successful international case studies -Chapters are ’stand-alone’, but they also build upon and complement each other; extensive cross-referencing directs the reader to relevant material elsewhere in the book Handbook of Road Ecology offers a comprehensive summary of approximately 30 years of global efforts to quantify the impacts of roads and traffic and implement effective mitigation.-As such, it is essential reading for those involved in the planning,-.
design, assessment and construction of new roads; the management and maintenance of existing roads; and the modifying or retrofitting of existing roads and problem locations. This handbook is an accessible resource for both developed and developing countries, including government transportation agencies, Government environmental/conservation agencies, NGOs, and road funding and donor organisations.
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CONTENTS // Notes on contributors, ix // Foreword, xx RICHARD ? T FORMAN // Preface, xxii // Acknowledgements, xxiv About the companion website, xxvi // 1 The ecological effects of linear infrastructure and traffic: Challenges and opportunities of rapid global growth, 1 // RODNEY VAN DER REE, DANIEL J. SMITH AND CLARA ORILO // 2 Bad roads, good roads, 10 WILLIAM E LAURANCE // 3 Why keep areas road-free? The importance of roadless areas, 16 // NURIA SELVA, ADAM SWITALSKI, STEFAN KREFT AND PIERRE L IBISCH // 4 Incorporating biodiversity issues into road design: The road agency perspective, 27 // KEVIN ROBERTS AND ANDERS SJÖLUND // 5 Improving environmental impact assessment and road planning at the landscape scale, 32 // JOCHEN A. 0. JAEGER // 6 What transportation agencies need in environmental impact assessments and other reports to minimise ecological impacts, 43 JO SIE STOKES // 7 Principles underpinning biodiversity offsets and guidance on their use, 51 YUNGENCHEE // 8 Construction of roads and wildlife mitigation measures: Pitfalls and opportunities, 60 CAMERON WELLER // 9 Ensuring the completed road project is designed, built and operated as intended, 65 // RODNEY VAN DER REE, STEPHEN TONJES AND CAMERON WELLER // 10 Good science and experimentation are needed in road ecology, 71 // RODNEY VAN DER REE, JOCHEN A. G. JAEGER, TRINA RYTWINSK1 AND EDGAR A. VAN DER GRIFT // 11 Field methods to evaluate the impacts of roads on wildlife, 82 // DANIEL J. SMITH AND RODNEY VAN DER REE
// 12 Case study: A robust method to obtain defendable data on wildlife mortality. 96 // ÉRIC GUINARD, ROGER PRODON AND CHRISTOPHE BARBRAUD // vi Contents // 13 Road-wildlife mitigation planning can be improved by identifying the patterns and processes associated with wildlife-vehicle collisions, 101 KARI GUNSON AND FERNANDA ZIMMERMANN TEIXEIRA // 14 Incorporating landscape genetics into road ecology, 110 // PAUL SUNNUCKS AND NIKO BALKENHOL // 15 Guidelines for evaluating use of wildlife crossing structures, 119 // EDGAR A. VAN DER GRIFT AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 16 Guidelines for evaluating the effectiveness of road mitigation measures, 129 // EDGAR A. VANDER GRIFT, RODNEY VAN DER REE AND JOCHEN A. G. JAEGER // 17 How to maintain safe and effective mitigation measures, 138 // RODNEY VAN DER REE AND STEPHEN TONJES // 18 Understanding and mitigating the negative effects of road lighting on ecosystems, 143 BRADLEY E BLACKWELL, TRAVIS L DEVAULT AND THOMAS W SEAMANS // 19 Ecological impacts of road noise and options for mitigation, 151 // KIRSTEN M. PARRIS // 20 Fencing: A valuable tool for reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions and funnelling fauna to crossing structures, 159 // RODNEY VAN DER REE, JEFFREY VU GAGNON AND DANIEL]. SMITH // 21 Wildlife crossing structures: An effective strategy to restore or maintain wildlife connectivity across roads, 172 // DANIEL J. SMITH, RODNEY VAN DER REE AND CARME ROSELE // 22 Recreational co-use of wildlife crossing structures, 184 // RODNEY
VAN DER REE AND EDGAR A. VANDER GRIFT // 23 Predator-prey interactions at wildlife crossing structures: Between myth and reality, 190 CRISTINA MATA, ROBERTA BENCINI, // BRIAN ? CHAMBERS AND JUAN E. MALO // 24 Wildlife warning signs and animal detection systems aimed at reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions, 198 // MARCEL P. HUIJSER, CHRISTA MOSLER-BERGER. MATTIAS OLSSON AND MARTIN STREIN // 25 Use of reflectors and auditory deterrents to prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions, 213 // GINO DANGELO AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 26 Ecological effects of railways on wildlife, 219 BENJAMIN DORSEY, MATTIAS OLSSON AND LISA J. REW // 27 Impacts of utility and other industrial linear corridors on wildlife, 228 // A. DAVID M. LATHAM AND STAN BOUTIN // 28 The impacts of roads and traffic on terrestrial animal populations, 237 // TRINA RYTWINSKI AND LENORE FAHRIG // 29 Insects, snails and spiders: The role of invertebrates in road ecology, 247 HEINRICH RECK AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 30 Case study: Protecting Christmas Island’s iconic red crabs from vehicles, 258 // ROB MULLER AND MIKE MISSO // 31 Making a safe leap forward: Mitigating road impacts on amphibians, 261 // ANDREW J. HAMER, THOMASE. S. LANGTON AND DAVID LESBARRČRES // 32 Reptiles: Overlooked but often at risk from roads. 271 KIMBERLYM. ANDREWS, TOMA. LANGEN AND RICHARDE J. H. STRUIJK // 33 Flight doesn’t solve everything: Mitigation of road impacts on birds, 281 // ANGELA KOCIOLEK, CLARA GRILO AND SANDRA JACOBSON // 34 Bats and roads,
290 // ISOBEL M. ABBOTT, ANNA BERTHINUSSEN, EMMA STONE, MARTIJN BOONMAN, // MARKUS MELBER AND JOHN ALTRINCHAM // 3 5 Carnivores: Struggling for survival in roaded landscapes, 300 // CLARA GRILO, DANIEL J. SMITH AND NINA KLAR // Contents vii // 36 Case study: Roads and jaguars in the Mayan forests, 313 // EUGENIA PALLARES, CARLOS MANTEROLA, DALIA A. CONDE AND FERNANDO COLCHERO // 3 7 Case study: Finding the middle road - grounded // approaches to mitigate highway impacts in tiger reserves. 317 // SANJAY GUBB1 AND H.C. POORNESHA // 38 Case study: African wild dogs and the fragmentation menace, 322 BRENDAN WHITTINGTON-JONES AND HARRIET DAV1ES-MOSTERT // 39 Roads, traffic and verges: Big problems and big opportunities for small mammals. 325 FERNANDO ASCENSÄO, SCOTT LAPOINT AND RODNEY VANDER REE // 40 Reducing road impacts on tree-dwelling animals. 3 34 // KYLIE SOANES AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 41 Case study: Canopy bridges for primate conservation. 341 // ANDREA DONALDSON AND PAMELA CUNNEYWORTH // 42 Transportation and large herbivores, 344 PATRICIA CRAMER, MATTIAS OLSSON, MICHELLE E. GADD, RODNEY VAN DER REE AND LEONARD E. SIELECKI // 4 3 Case study: The Mount Kenya elephant corridor // and underpass. 353 SUSIE WEEKS // 44 Form and function: A more natural approach to infrastructure, fish and stream habitats. 357 PAUL J. WAGNER // 45 Solutions to the impacts of roads and other barriers on fish and fish habitat. 364 FABRICE OTTBURG AND MATT BLANK // 46 The function and management
of roadside vegetation. 373 // SUZANNE J. MILTON, W. RICHARD J. DEAN, LEONARD E. SIELECKI AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 47 Roads in the arid lands: Issues, challenges and potential solutions. 382 // ENHUA LEE, DAVID B. CROFT AND TAMAR ACHIRON-FRUMKIN // 48 Road ecology in an urbanising world, 391 DARRYL JONES, HANS BEKKER AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 49 Tropical ecosystem vulnerability and climatic conditions: Particular challenges for road planning, construction and maintenance. 397 MIRIAM GOOSEM // 50 The influence of economics, politics and environment on road ecology in South America, 407 // ALEX BAGER, CARLOS E. BORGHI AND HELIO SECCO // 51 Highway construction as a force in the destruction of the Amazon forest, 414 PHILIP M, EEARNS1DE // 52 Road ecology in South India: Issues and mitigation opportunities, 425 // K. S. SESHADRI AND T GANESH // 5 3 Planning roads through sensitive Asian landscapes: Regulatory issues, ecological implications and challenges for decision-making, 430 ASHA RAJVANSHI AND VINOD B. MATHUR // 54 Setjhaba SA, South Afrika: A South African perspective of an emerging transport infrastructure, 439 // WENDY C0LL1NS0N, DAN PARKER, CLAIRE PATTERSON-ABROLAT, GRAHAM ALEXANDER AND HARRIETDAVIES-MOSTERT // 55 Unfenced reserves, unparalleled biodiversity and a rapidly changing landscape: Roadways and wildlife in East Africa, 448 // CLINTON W. EPPS, KATARZYNA NOWAK AND BENEZETH MUTAYOBA // 56 Expected effects of a road across the Serengeti, 455 // MICHELLE E. GADD
viii // Contents // 57 China: Building and managing a massive road and rail network and protecting our rich biodiversity, 465 // YUN WANG, YAPING KONG AND J1DING CHEN // 58 Railways, roads and fences across Kazakhstan and Mongolia threaten the survival of wide-ranging wildlife, 472 // KIRK A. OLSON AND RODNEY VAN DER REE // 59 Best-practice guidelines and manuals, 479 MARGUERITE TROCMÉ // 60 Case study: The role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and advocates in reducing the impacts of roads on wildlife, 485 PATRICIA WHITE // 61 Case study: Building a community of practice for road ecology, 488 // PAUL J. WAGNER AND ANDREAS SEILER // 62 Wildlife/roadkill observation and reporting systems. 492 // ERASER SHILLING, SARAH E. PERKINS AND WENDY COLLINSON // Glossary, 502 // Species, 509 // Index, 513
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