Wildlife and Roads: Resources Search Results for Arizona

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Literature Listings (17)


Author, Year   Full Reference
Dodd, N.L., J. W. Gagnon, and R. E. Schweinsburg, 2003   Dodd, N. L., J. W. Gagnon, and R. E. Schweinsburg 2003. Evaluation of measures to minimize wildlife-vehicle collisions and maintain permeability across highways in Arizona, USA. Pp. 353-354 in: Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation. Eds: E. L. Irwin, P. Garrett, and K. P. McDermott. Raleigh, NC: Center for Transportation and the Environment, North Carolina State University.
Cline, N.C., 2003   Cline, N.C. 2003. Model for Estimating Wildlife Mortality on Roads and Its Implications for Mitigation and Management. Proceedings of the ICOET 2003 Conference, Lake Placid, NY.
Dodd, N.L, J.W. Gagnon, S. Boe, and R.E. Schweinsburg, 2006   Dodd, N.L, J.W. Gagnon, S. Boe, and R.E. Schweinsburg. 2006.Assessment of highway permeability to elk using Global Positioning System telemetry. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(41):1107-1117.
Dodd, N.L., J.W. Gagnon, A.L. Manzo, and R.E. Schweinsburg,   Dodd, N.L., J.W. Gagnon, A.L. Manzo, and R.E. Schweinsburg. Video surveillance to assess wildlife highway underpass use in Arizona. In Press.
Dodd, N.L., J.W. Gagnon, and R.E. Schweinsburg, 2006   Dodd, N.L., J.W. Gagnon, and R.E. Schweinsburg. 2006. Phases II and III: Evaluation of measures to minimize wildlife-vehicle collisions and maintain wildlife permeability across highways. Progress Report prepared by Arizona Game and Fish Department, January 2006.
Gagnon, J.W., N.L. Dodd, A.L. Manzo, and R.E. Schweinsburg, 2006   Gagnon, J.W., N.L. Dodd, A.L. Manzo, and R.E. Schweinsburg. 2006. Use of video surveillance to assess wildlife behavior and use of wildlife underpasses in Arizona. Pages 534-544 in C. L. Irwin, P. Garrett, and K.P. McDermott, editors. Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, Center for Transportation and the Environment, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Dodd, N.L., J.W. Gagnon, S.Boe, and R.E. Schweinsburg, 2006   Dodd, N.L., J.W. Gagnon, S. Boe, and R.E. Schweinsburg. 2006. Characteristics of elk-vehicle collisions and comparisons to GPS-determined highway crossing patterns. Pages 461-477 in C. L. Irwin, P. Garrett, and K.P. McDermott, editors. Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, Center for Transportation and the Environment, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Gagnon, Jeff , 2006   Gagnon, J. 2006. Effect of traffic on Rocky Montain Elk distribution, highway crossings and use of wildlife underpasses along State Route 260 in Central Arizona, USA. Master's Thesis, Northern Arizona University, AZ. 56 pp.
S. E. Nordhaugen, E. Erlandsen, P. Beier, B. D. Eilerts, R. Schweinsburg, T. Brennan, T. Cordery, N. DOdd, M. Maiefski, J. Przybyl, S. Thomas, K. Vacariu, and S. Wells. , 2006   S. E. Nordhaugen, E. Erlandsen, P. Beier, B. D. Eilerts, R. Schweinsburg, T. Brennan, T. Cordery, N. DOdd, M. Maiefski, J. Przybyl, S. Thomas, K. Vacariu, and S. Wells. 2006. Arizona's Wildlife Linkages Assessment. Prepared by the Wildlife Linkages Group for the Arizona Department of Transportation and Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Dodd, N. L., J. W. Gagnon, S.Boe, A. Manzo, and R. E. Schweinsburg, 2007   Dodd, N. L., J. W. Gagnon, S.Boe, A. Manzo, and R. E. Schweinsburg. 2007. Evaluation of measures to minimize wildlife-vehicle collisions and maintain permeability across highways: State Route 260, Arizona, USA. Final Project Report (2002-2006). Projects JPA 01-152 and JPA 04-024T. Submitted to Arizona Department of Transportaiton, Arizona Transportatio Research Center, and the Federal Highway Administration. June 2007.
J. W. GAGNON1,T. C. THEIMER, N. L. DODD, A. L. MANZO, R. E. SCHWEINSBURG, 2007   J. W. Gagnon, T. C. Theimer, N. L. Dodd, A. L. Manzo, and R. E. Schweinsburg. 2007. Effects of Traffic on Elk Use of Wildlife Underpasses in Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:2324-2328.
Dodd N.L, J.W.Gagnon, A.L. Manzo, R.E. Schweinsburg, 2007   Dodd N.L, J.W.Gagnon, A.L. Manzo, r.E. Schweinsburg.2007.Video Surveillance to Assess Highway Underpass Use by Elk in Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(2):637-645.
McKinney, T and T. Smith, 2006   McKinney, T and T. Smith. 2006. Distribution and Trans-Highway movements of Desert Bighorn sheep in Northwestern Arizona. Final report. Arizona Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration.
Aleshire, Peter,   Aleshire, P (2007). Safe Crossing. High Country News Nov 12, 2007
Gagnon, J.W., T.C. Theimer, N.L. Dodd, S. Boe and R.E. Schweinsburg, 2007   Gagnon, J.W., T.C. Theimer, N.L. Dodd, S. Boe and R.E. Schweinsburg (2007). Traffic volume alters elk distribution and highway crossings in Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management, 71 : 2318 - 2323.
Popowski, R.J. and P.R. Krausman, 2002   Popowski, R.J. and P.R. Krausman (2002). Use of crossings over the Tucson aqueduct by selected mammals. The Southwestern Naturalist 47: 363 - 371.
Gagnon, J.W., T. C. Theimer, N. L. Dodd, A. L. Manzo, R. E. Schweinsburg, 2006   Gagnon, J.W., T. C. Theimer, N. L. Dodd, A. L. Manzo, R. E. Schweinsburg. 2006. Effects of traffic on elk use of wildlife underpasses in Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2324-2328.

Website Listings (5)

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Arizona Roadway Animal Detection System Report from ABC News
Arizona's Yuma Bighorn Sheep Decline
Arizona National Forest Lands & Off Road Vehicles
Arizona Game and Fish Site on SR 260 Wildlife Passages
Arizona Article on Beier's Connectivity Report

Image Listings (3)


Arizona SR 260 Underpass
Arizona SR 260 Underpass
Arizona wildlife underpass along SR 260, Tonto National Forest, Payson, Arizona

Elk and deer jump off or escape ramp, along SR 260 near Payson, Arizona, in the Tonto National Forest.
Elk and deer jump off or escape ramp, along SR 260 near Payson, Arizona, in the Tonto National Forest.
Elk and deer jump off or escape ramp, along SR 260 near Payson, Arizona, in the Tonto National Forest. Ramp is used in combination with fencing and wildlife passages. It is for animals that become trapped on the highway side of the fence. They can jump off the ramp from the right (highway side) down to the left, where it is the natural area side. Theoretically, elk and deer cannot jump up the ramp to enter the roadway.

Elk underpass under SR 260 in Payson, Arizona
Elk underpass under SR 260 in Payson, Arizona
Jeff Gagnon of Arizona Game and Fish explains the video and remote camera set up for the monitoring system of elk underpasses under SR 260, Payson, Arizona

Crossings Listings (1)


Project Name   Location   Type   Date
US 550 underpasses   US 550 Aztec and Durango - NM   Box Culvert   2003