California Roadkill Observation System. http://www.wildlifecrossing.net/california/ (Dr. Fraser Shilling)
Cost–Benefit Analyses of Mitigation Measures Aimed at Reducing Collisions with Large Ungulates in the United States and Canada: a Decision Support Tool
Marcel P. Huijser , John W. Duffield , Anthony P. Clevenger , Robert J. Ament and Pat T. McGowen
Designing Mitigation Systems, Eastern Ontario. (turtles). With video. Eco-Kare. March 10, 2017.
Earth Touch News Network. June 2014. “Roadkill Problem? There’s an App for that.”
Evaluation of Wildlife Crossing Structures on US 93 in Montana's Bitterroot Valley. Patricia Cramer and Robert Hamlin, report authors. Department of Transportation. http://www.mdt.mt.gov/research/projects/env/us93_wildlife.shtml February, 2017
“Monitoring Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions in the Information Age: How Smartphones can Improve Data Collection.” Plus One - Olson, Daniel D. Olson, Bissonette, John A, Cramer, Patricia C., Green, Ashley D., Davis, Scott T., Jackson, Patrick J., Coaster, Daniel C. PLOS One, June 4, 2014.
Roads are driving rapid evolutionary change in our environment, February 16, 2017
Safety Resources (numerous publications re: Wildlife and Roads). Maine, Department of Transportation
Toolbox - Effectiveness of Deer Crossing Signs - Research paper, DeerCrossing.org, 2002 http://www.deercrash.org/Toolbox/CMToolboxDeerCrossingSigns.pdf
Tortoise fencing can cause animals to overheat. http://wildlife.org/meant-to-protect-tortoises-roadside-fencing-could-endanger-some/
Tracking wildlife roadkill in Maine offers a path to saving lives http://www.pressherald.com/?p=901409
Twenty Years of Research: Do animals use wildlife crossings? Robert van Meeteren and Gerard Smit (ed.). October, 2015. Bureau Waardenburg bv, Consultants for environment and ecology.