Highway basins and adjacent Territories in amphibian conservation: A socio-eological system to build?
The significant decline of biodiversity is accompanied by its inclusion in projects and the management of transport infrastructures whose wide footprints are not totally hermetic to the presence of fauna and flora that are often of interest. ecological. This approach tends to requalify transport infrastructures in favor of biodiversity, without however hindering their proper functioning or loweri ...
Factors determining the distribution of an amphibian community in stormwater basins: a case study in the agricultural plain of Bas-Rhin, France
For several years, the CERISE research program has been studying statistical prediction methods for collisions with wildlife, the study (technical and temporal variations) and the improvement of pass ...
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