Recreational Co-Use of Wildlife Crossing Structures

R. van der Ree, E.A. van der Grift

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Abstract

There is growing pressure to build crossing structures that facilitate the movement of both people and wildlife across roads. In this chapter, we focus primarily on recreational co-use of wildlife crossing structures, specifically hikers, runners, cyclists and horse riders. This pressure to install co-use structures is most apparent in and around cities and towns and in recreational ares where trails are obstructed by roads. There is little knowlegde to determine the appropriateness and design of such co-use, but preliminary findings and information gleaned from other sources are instructive.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Road Ecology
EditorsR. van der Ree, D.J. Smith, C. Grilo
PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons
Pages184-189
Number of pages552
ISBN (Print)9781118568187
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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