Road Ecology Presentations

Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Invited Presentation �Wildlife Populations: Effects of The Roaded Landscape�. Sponsored by the Transportation Research Board, 14 January 2002, Washington, D. C.

Bissonette, J. A. 2001. Scaling Roads and Wildlife: The Cinderella Principle. 25th International Union Of Game Biologists Congress, Lemesos, Cyprus. 1-5 September 2001.

Bissonette, J. A. 2001. Mule Deer Movement Dynamics and Roads: A Crippled Hierarchy. Utah Chapter TWS/ AFS Ann. Meeting, 21-23 February, St. George, Ut.

Bissonette, J. A. 2000 Invited Presentation �Ecosystem Health and Surface Transportation: Reducing the Virtual Footprint� Sponsored by the National Academy of Science� National Research Council, Washington D.C. 26 September 2000.

Bissonette, J. A., M E. Lehnert, and M. Harrison. 2000. Lanes of Destruction: Effectiveness of Highway Right-of-Way Escape Structures for Mule Deer. Symposium: Wildlife And Highways: Seeking Solutions to an Ecological And Socio-Economic Dilemma. TWS 2000 Annual Conference (7th Annual) Nashville, Tn. 12-16 Sept. 2000.

Bissonette, John A., M. E. Lehnert and J. W. Haefner. 2000. Dead on The Road: Mitigative Models to Address Deer Highway Mortality. Symposium: Wildlife And Highways: Seeking Solutions to an Ecological and Socio-Economic Dilemma. TWS 2000 Annual Conference (7th Annual) Nashville, Tn. 12-16 Sept. 2000.

Bissonette, J. A. 2000. Dead on The Road: Mule Deer in aHostile Environment. 2000 National Convention Mule Deer Foundation, 17-18 March 2000, Salt Lake City, Ut.

Bissonette, J. A. 1999. Do At-Grade Highway Crossing Structures Reduce Big Game Mortalities. Presented At The Utah Transportation Research Advisory Council Workshop, University Of Utah, Salt Lake City, Ut 17 March 1999.

Lehnert, M. E., J. A. Bissonette, and J. W. Haefner 1997. Do Road Crossing Structures For Ungulates Reduce Mortality: Simulation Modeling Results From Utah, Usa. Presented At The International Union Of Game Biologists Xxiii Congress Game Management And Land Use In Open Landscapes September 2, 1997 At Ecole National Veterinaire De Lyon In Lyon, France In Workshop A.5a Influence Of Human Disturbance On Wildlife:Impact Of Infrastructures.

Lehnert, M. , and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Mule Deer Highway Mortality In Northeastern Utah: Causes, Patterns, and a New Mitigative Technique. Presented At The Transportation-Related Wildlife Mortality Seminar (Florida Dept. Transportation), Orlando, 1 May 1996.

Lehnert, M. E., and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Do Experimental Crossing Structures Reduce Deer-Vehicle Collisions? Presented at the Ann. Meeting Of The Utah Chapter Of The Wildlife Society, Logan, Utah. 1 March, 1996.

Lehnert, M. E., and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Effectiveness of an Experimental Crossing Structure at Reducing Deer-Vehicle Collisions Near Park City, Utah. Presented At The 19th Ann. Meeting Of The Southeast Deer Study Group, Feb. 25-28, Orlando, Fl.

John A. Bissonette
John A. Bissonette

Wildland Resources Dept. College of Natural Resources
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-5290
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