Trends and characteristics of animal-vehicle collisions in the United States.

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INTRODUCTION Since 1990, fatal animal-vehicle collisions (AVCs) in the United States have more than doubled. This paper examines annual AVC trends in the United States over a 19-year period, seasonal and diurnal patterns of AVC risk, the geographic distribution of crash risk by state, and the association between posted speed limit and AVC crash risk in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsr.2010.11.002

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@article{Sullivan2011TrendsAC, title={Trends and characteristics of animal-vehicle collisions in the United States.}, author={John M. Sullivan}, journal={Journal of safety research}, year={2011}, volume={42 1}, pages={9-16} }