Are protected areas truly protected? The impact of road traffic on vertebrate fauna

Abstract

The extension of road networks is considered one of the major factors affecting fauna survival. Roadkill has been documented widely and affects all taxonomic groups. Although roadkill is associated mainly with traffic density, some life-history traits of species and the area surrounding roads are expected to modify number of roadkills both taxonomically and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10531-012-0332-0

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