Roads, Traffic and Verges : Big Problems and Big Opportunities for Small Mammals

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ASCENSÃO, Fernando, Scott LAPOINT, Rodney VAN DER REE, 2015. Roads, Traffic and Verges : Big Problems and Big Opportunities for Small Mammals. In: VAN DER REE, Rodney, ed. and others. Handbook of road ecology. Hoboken, NJ:Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 325-333. ISBN 978-1-118-56816-3. Available under: doi: 10.1002/9781118568170.ch39

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2017-10-13T12:32:44Z We consider small mammals as shrews and moles, small marsupials, hedgehogs, mice and rats, and other rodents, rabbits, and hares commonly designated as ‘prey species’ (ie, those weighing <5 kg). For these species, roads typically have negative, often detrimental impacts, but in a few circumstances roads may be beneficial, making road mitigation strategies for this group slightly more complex than for other taxa. For example, roads and traffic typically act as barriers to the movement of individuals, while road verges may provide suitable habitat within otherwise degraded areas. This chapter illustrates the complex relationship between roads and small mammals and suggests possible road management and mitigation solutions. 2015 Ascensão, Fernando eng 2017-10-13T12:32:44Z van der Ree, Rodney van der Ree, Rodney LaPoint, Scott Ascensão, Fernando LaPoint, Scott Roads, Traffic and Verges : Big Problems and Big Opportunities for Small Mammals

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