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August 30, 2016
06:45 AM - 06:00 PM
Field Trips
Session: Field trip 1 - Switzerland – Highway and railway integrations into the ecologica
>>> Marguerite Trocmé, Field trip 1 - Switzerland – Highway and railway integrations into the ecological networks of the Swiss Plateau (Vaud canton)
Field Trips
Session: Field trip 2 - West of Lyon – Environnemental integration of a new motorway: the
>>> Philippe Chavaren, Field trip 2 - West of Lyon – Environnemental integration of a new motorway: the A89 in the Massif Central
Field Trips
Session: Field trip 3 - Recreation of ecological networks, mutualized compensatory measur
>>> Anne-Sophie Croyal, Dominique Pallier, Sandra Quivet, Yves Urbain, Grégory Maillet, Field trip 3 - Recreation of ecological networks, mutualized compensatory measures and visit of the National Natural Reserve of the Grand Lemps peatland
Field Trips
Session: Field trip 5 - Banks of Saône River renaturation
>>> Nélia Dupire, Field trip 5 - Banks of Saône River renaturation
Field Trips
Session: Field trip 4 - Reconnecting ecological networks through existing infrastructures
>>> Cedric Heurtebise, Michel Aujoulat, Field trip 4 - Reconnecting ecological networks through existing infrastructures: motorway A7 and High voltage line in the Drôme
August 31, 2016
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Room C
Session: Opening Session
>>> Yannick AUTRET, Opening Session
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Room C
Session: P2 - Bern and Landscape conventions: crossed points of view
>>> Maguelone Dejeant-Pons, Iva Obretenova, Bern and Landscape conventions: crossed points of view
Room C
Session: The evolution of Road Ecology reflected through 20 years development of the IENE
>>> Anders Sjölund, The evolution of Road Ecology reflected through 20 years development of the Infra Eco Network Europe (IENE)
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Jonathan Jumeau, Yves Handrich, Road bund landscapes as habitat: a main asset for rodents in an intensive farming landscape
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Pouchelle Hippolyte, Integrating biodiversity into an intermodal transport hub project thanks to Eco-design
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Udo Tegethof, Viability of linking bridges in the area of environmental corridors in Germany
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Jonathan Jumeau, Yves Handrich, Latest technologies to assess utilization of fauna underpasses by wildlife
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Eric Tabacchi, Quentin Fernandez, Anne-Marie Planty-Tabacchi, Didier Alard, Blaise Touzard, Assessing the importance of intersections between linear transportation infrastructures and fluvial corridors on plant diversity: first results on road bridges
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Isidoro De Bortoli, Filippo Favilli, Your Steps Towards Ecological Connectivity - The GreenAlps Project
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Morten Christensen, Esben Terp Fjederholt, Julie Dahl Møller, Hans J. Baagøe, Morten Elmeros, Over or under the road? – Effectiveness of some bat road crossing mitigation measures
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Minoru Shimura, Study of behavior of sika deer nearby railroad tracks and effect of alarm call
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Simon de Voghel, Working for biodiversity on linear infrastructures : need of appropriate and efficient tools such as mapping system and stakeholder involvement
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Mark Van Heukelum, Anne Martine Kruidering, The use of crowd sourcing to conduct research and create support for wildlife crossings
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Maria Nikolaeva Kachamakova, Diana Peneva Zlatanova, Use of the non-specialised structures as a wildlife passages, Lyulin Motorway, Bulgaria
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Linas Balčiauskas, Laima Balčiauskienė, Safeguarding wild animals and vehicles on the main roads of Lithuania: an assessment of the effectiveness of measures
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Lazaros Georgiadis, The Dawei Road project: An international cooperation of IENE on sustainable planning of large linear infrastructure trans-boundary project in a Biodiversity Hotspot of Southeast Asia.
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Kajsa Nilsson, Cecilia Kjellander, Landscape analysis in the East Link projekt an important tool for sustainable ecology
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Yun Wang, Primary monitoring to small bridges and culverts used by wildlife along Qinghai-Tibet railway
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Lucille BILLON, Elisabeth WATTEBLED, Perrine VERMEERSCH, Romain Sordello, Julien Touroult, Using Citizen Science in French National Road Departments to collect data on wildlife roadkills.
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Florian Heigl, Wolfgang Steiner, Carina Stretz, Kathrin Horvath, Franz Suppan, Thomas Bauer, Gregor Laaha, Johann G. Zaller, Roadkill Data Collection using Citizen Science in Austria
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Steven Vanonckelen, LIFE+ OZON - defragmentation of the Sonian Forest
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Simon de Voghel, Implementing local actions for biodiversity and extend them at European level : a feedback from LIFE Elia-RTE project
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> BRETAUD Jean-Francois, Implementing a collision survey protocol over the national road network. Review and prospects after two years of monitoring
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Violette LE FEON, Jean-François BRETAUD, Eric GUINARD, Mickaël HENRY, Christophe PINEAU, Bernard VAISSIERE, Denis FRANÇOIS, Assessing the potential of linear infrastructure verges for conservation and dispersal of wild pollinators in landscapes - The PolLinéaire approach
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Bi Tra Aimé VROH, Citizen’s perceptions of ecosystem services in managed space on road interchanges in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire)
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Tim Hipkiss, Petter Bohman, Mats Lindqvist, Compensatory measures for Smooth Snakes during road construction in Sweden
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Labarraque dorothee, Assess Ecosytem Services provided by Green Spaces along Linear Transport infrastructure: Exploratory approach
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Michal Bíl, An International Comparison of AVC Clustering Patterns on Roads
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Kylie Soanes, The promise and reality of using genetic techniques to quantify the impacts of linear infrastructure and evaluate the effectiveness of mitigation
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Karl Jamison Jarvis, Samuel A. Cushman, Paul Beier, Brett G. Dickson, Jason A. Wilder, Erin L. Landguth, Impacts on Wildlife Genetic Diversity in Road-Effect Zones
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Karolina Jasińska, Joanna Werka, Dagny Krauze-Gryz, A test of wildlife warning reflectors as a way to reduce risk of wildlife-train collisions
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Yushin Asari, Takane Shikano, Miyuki Tanizaki, Misako Noro, Yoshiki Yamada, Hisashi Yanagawa, Current state of road ecology in Japan
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Kim Krause, Detecting existing crossing structures with optimization potential for wildlife by calculating a Structure-Permeability-Index
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Maris Kruuse, Evidence of usage of Estonia`s first ecoduct by mammals
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Daniel Leissing, Horst Leitner, Roland Grillmayer, Gebhard Banko, Green Infrastructure Networks in Austria
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Camiel Meijneken, How do we Positively Change Public Perception of the Importance of Infra Eco Solutions?
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Angelique Godart, Charlotte Le bris, Jean Carsignol, Sophie Noiret, Depigny Bertrand, Agnès Rossot Darmet, Evaluation of effects of the pairing between road and rail infrastructures on the functionning and the perception of the crossed territories
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Alain Morand, Jean Carsignol, Effects of habitats fragmentation in a human-dominated landscape (France) and mitigation measures to limit lynx (Lynx lynx) vehicle collisions
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Vladimír Zýka, Dusan Romportl, Development of landscape fragmentation in the Czech Republic
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Yoichi Sonoda, Masatoshi Nakamura, Yusuke Ueno, Masahiko Matsue, Masao Kurihara, Development of microsatellite marker for identifying Japanese squirrels-Noninvasive genetic sampling on the road
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Sara Maria Santos, António Mira, Pedro Alexandre Salgueiro, Pedro Costa, Denis Medinas, Pedro Beja, Do roads select their prey? A comparison of bird roadkill data with local availability
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 1
>>> Céline Clauzel, Anne Mimet, Jean-Christophe Foltête, How to attenuate the barrier effect of linear infrastructures? A method for prioritizing existing crossings to improve wildlife regional connectivity.
01:30 PM - 03:00 PM
Room D
Session: 1.1 - Aquatic and terrestrial fauna passages
>>> Antonio Righetti, Design of fauna underpasses
Room K
Session: 1.4 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 1/2
>>> Dusan Romportl, Facing the ongoing landscape fragmentation – designing the ecological network to protect habitat connectivity
Room L
Session: 1.3 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 1/3
>>> Pascal FOURNIER, Thierry CHARLEMAGNE, Delphine QUINTARD, Catherine BOUT, François GILLET, Estelle LAOUE, Vanessa MAURIE, Nicolas TRANCHANT, Laurent PALUSSIERE, Vinciane LEDUC, Alain BIGOT, Johan MICHAUX, Christine FOURNIER-CHAMBRILLON, Evaluation of the use and effectiveness of underpasses implemented on the new high-speed rail-road SEA between Tours and Bordeaux to maintain optimal permeability for semi aquatic mammals
Room D
Session: 1.1 - Aquatic and terrestrial fauna passages
>>> Christine FOURNIER-CHAMBRILLON, Vanessa MAURIE, Manon BATISTA, Romuald HUGUES, Eric BARLET, Pascal FOURNIER, Defragmentation of the motorway “A63 Landes” for the critically endangered European mink: evaluation of the use and effectiveness of underpasses restored on existing hydraulic bridges
Room L
Session: 1.3 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 1/3
>>> Christer Moe Rolandsen, You shall pass! A mechanistic evaluation of mitigation efforts in road ecology
Room K
Session: 1.4 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 1/2
>>> Clémence Chaudron, Rémi Perronne, Francesca Dipietro, Influence of road-field boundary structure and management practices on the functional composition of road-field plant communities.
Room D
Session: 1.1 - Aquatic and terrestrial fauna passages
>>> András Weiperth, Blanka Gál, János Farkas, Géza Gelencsér, Miklós Puky, Stream sections under road bridges as conservation hot-spots of native crayfish and fish species
Room L
Session: 1.3 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 1/3
>>> Carme Rosell, Marc Fernandez, Joana Colomer, Ferran Navàs, Carles Flaquer, Maria Bas, Mònica Laje, Carles Boronat, Bats and invertebrates provide evidence of ecoducts’ role as key elements of the green infrastructure
Room L
Session: 1.3 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 1/3
>>> Juan E Malo, Israel Hervas, Eladio L Garcia de la Morena, Cristina Mata, Jesus Herranz, Large and non-specific bird mortality in a high-speed railway traversing a Spanish agrarian landscape
Room D
Session: 1.1 - Aquatic and terrestrial fauna passages
>>> Fabrice Ottburg, Matt Blank, Paul Wagner, Fish, waterways and roads – the challenges of combining hydrology and dynamic systems with stationery and static infrastructure
Room C
Session: 1.2 - Infrastructure and biodiversity in Asia
>>> Khalid Farooq Akbar, Road-Transport Infrastructure Development under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Programme: Implications for biodiversity and ecological conservation
Room 3
Session: 1.5 - KDE+ A method for identification of animal–vehicle–collision hotspots
>>> Michal Bíl, A Workshop on KDE+: A method for identification of animal–vehicle–collision hotspots.
Room K
Session: 1.4 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 1/2
>>> Peter G Spooner, Seed dispersal by myrmecochorous ants in road verges: the influence of soil disturbances from roadworks.
Room C
Session: 1.2 - Infrastructure and biodiversity in Asia
>>> Ashley Brooks, Do more roads finally spell the end for tigers?
Room K
Session: 1.4 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 1/2
>>> Simon de Voghel, Managing vegetation under overhead high-tension lines : from a constraint to an opportunity for biodiversity
Room C
Session: 1.2 - Infrastructure and biodiversity in Asia
>>> Hans-Peter Egler, Raul Frazao, Fostering Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure and its Financing
Room C
Session: 1.2 - Infrastructure and biodiversity in Asia
>>> DONGGUL WOO, TAEYOUNG CHOI, Plan for Ecological Corridors: Reconnect the Baekdudaegan in South Korea
Room C
Session: 1.2 - Infrastructure and biodiversity in Asia
>>> Hanna Helsingen, Nirmal Bhagabati, Integrating ecosystem services and wildlife into road planning in Myanmar: the case of the Dawei road
Room L
Session: 1.3 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 1/3
>>> Edgar A van der Grift, Estimating crossing rates at wildlife crossing structures: How to improve our monitoring methods?
Room D
Session: 1.1 - Aquatic and terrestrial fauna passages
>>> Sissel Brit Ranneklev, Merete Grung, Effects on fish from sedimentation ponds for traffic run-off may be related to pah transfer from sediment to biota
03:30 PM - 05:00 PM
Room D
Session: 1.7 - Tree avenues and biodiversity
>>> Katharina Brückmann, Tree-lined roads - the green infrastructure as an important part within transport infrastructure
Room D
Session: 1.7 - Tree avenues and biodiversity
>>> Åsa Röstell, Tove Adelsköld, Tree avenues and solidary trees along roads in Sweden – monitoring and maintenance
Room D
Session: 1.7 - Tree avenues and biodiversity
>>> Chantal Pradines, Avenue trees: a wealth of red list species, but still too little specific studies concerning tree lined transport infrastructures
Room K
Session: 1.9 - New prevention technologies
>>> Marcel Huijser, Brice Sloan, The reliability and effectiveness of a radar based animal detection system and road crossing behaviour of large ungulates
Room C
Session: 1.6 - Infrastructure, ecosystems and landscape : research and action in France
>>> Sylvie Vanpeene, Thierry Tatoni, Carine Ritan, GASBI a French original initiative: developers and scientists working together in collective intelligence to integrate biodiversity in upstream development projects
Room K
Session: 1.9 - New prevention technologies
>>> Ferran Navàs, Ramon Griell, Miguel Ángel Pindado, Rosell Carme, Is it possible to relocate a cormorant roost affected by new transport infrastructures?
Room C
Session: 1.6 - Infrastructure, ecosystems and landscape : research and action in France
>>> Barbara Livoreil, FRB, a science-policy-society interface for informed decision-making
Room K
Session: 1.9 - New prevention technologies
>>> Yorgos Mertzanis, Maria Konstantinos Psaralexi, Ioannis Athanasiadis, Elias Aravidis, Georgina Examilioti, Alexios Giannakopoulos, Yorgos Iliopoulos, Eli Katsiri, Paris Kouris, Yorgos Lazarou, Nikolaos Patsinakidis, Maria Petridou, Sussane Riegler, Armin Riegler, Athanasios Tragos, Ioannis Tsaknakis, Thomas Vezynias, Utilising telemetry and remote sensing technology to evaluate the effectiveness and use of the KA45 highway underpasses by brown bears (Ursus arctos) in the region of Kastoria, W. Macedonia, Greece
Room L
Session: 1.8 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 1/3
>>> Richard Bischof, Ola-Mattis Drageset, Markus A. K. Sydenham, Katrine Eldegard, A new biodiversity impact assessment tool for road network planning
Room K
Session: 1.9 - New prevention technologies
>>> Molly Kathryn Grace, Daniel Joseph Smith, Reed Frederick Noss, Acclimation of drivers to a Roadside Animal Detection System
Room L
Session: 1.8 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 1/3
>>> Andreas Seiler, Mattias Olsson, Pär Söderström, Anders Forsberg, Anders Sjölund, Video analysis of animal-train encounters in Sweden
Room D
Session: 1.7 - Tree avenues and biodiversity
>>> Jaroslav Kolařík, Complete inventory of trees along roads in the Czech Republic
Room L
Session: 1.8 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 1/3
>>> Fabien CLAIREAU, Sébastien PUECHMAILLE, Benjamin ALLEGRINI, Cédric HEURTEBISE, Nathalie MACHON, Christian KERBIRIOU, Roads and bats: use of existing gantries for the restoration of ecological connectivity.
Room C
Session: 1.6 - Infrastructure, ecosystems and landscape : research and action in France
>>> Viviane DEGRET, Guerrero Anne, Christine Bourbon, Gaëtan Quesnel, Jean-Francois Lesigne, Club of Linear Infrastructures and Biodiversity (CILB): an original partnership
Room C
Session: 1.6 - Infrastructure, ecosystems and landscape : research and action in France
>>> Marc Tassone, Patrick Porru, IDRRIM : The French Institute for Roads, Streets and Mobility Infrastructure
Room L
Session: 1.8 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 1/3
>>> Fraser M Shilling, David P Waetjen, Wireless camera systems and web-informatics for environmental monitoring of transportation corridors
Room L
Session: 1.8 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 1/3
>>> Almir Picanço de Figueiredo, Ludmilla Moura de Souza Aguiar, Road ecology researchers should pay more attention to the spatiotemporal dependence of the roadkills’ aggregation.
Room 3
Session: 1.10 - Policy and Strategic planning: infrastructure bundling
>>> Jan Olof Helldin, Jochen Jaeger, Minimizing road effects through the bundling of infrastructures: Current state of practice, guidelines, and research needs
Room K
Session: 1.9 - New prevention technologies
>>> Gert Hamberg, Dynamic Wildlife Warning System
Room D
Session: 1.7 - Tree avenues and biodiversity
>>> Lisa Maria Sjölund, Mapping of tree avenues with LiDAR – method development, database structure and landscape analysis.
Room 3
Session: 1.10 - Policy and Strategic planning: infrastructure bundling
>>> Michel Deshaies, The effects of the pairing of heavy transport infrastructure on the territories: what lessons?
Room C
Session: 1.6 - Infrastructure, ecosystems and landscape : research and action in France
>>> Yannick AUTRET, Bruno Villalba, ITTECOP: an Institutional framework for integrated research on infrastructures, landscapes and biodiversity
05:15 PM - 06:45 PM
Room 3
Session: 1.15 - SIDE EVENT - Roadkill reporting systems around the world
>>> Fraser Schilling, SIDE EVENT - Roadkill reporting systems around the world - experience sharing
Room C
Session: 1.11 - Side Event - renaturation under High voltage line
>>> Roberta Pistoni, Application of urban metabolism theory in energy landscape making: designing with flows
Room D
Session: 1.12 - SIDE EVENT - TREE AVENUES - AWARD
>>> Chantal Pradines, Alexandre GADY, SIDE EVENT - TREE AVENUES - AWARD
Room L
Session: 1.13 - Wildlife detectors to reduce animal-vehicle collisions
>>> Sylvie Vanpeene, Anne-Sophie Croyal, Wildlife detectors to reduce animal-vehicle collisions : sharing experience
Room K
Session: 1.14 - Towards global guidelines for infrastructure development
>>> Rodney van der Ree, Kate Newman, Anders Sjolund, Lazaros Georgiadis, Elke Hahn, Andreas Seiler, Towards global guidelines for infrastructure development - a project proposal
Room C
Session: 1.11 - Side Event - renaturation under High voltage line
>>> Simon de Voghel, Jean-François Godeau, Developing natural forest edges in electrical corridors to ensure electrical safety and to enhance biodiversity in wooded areas
Room C
Session: 1.11 - Side Event - renaturation under High voltage line
>>> Simon de Voghel, Jean-François Godeau, Using electrical grid to increase the connectivity of protected natural areas
Room C
Session: 1.11 - Side Event - renaturation under High voltage line
>>> Simon de Voghel, Restoring Natura 2000 habitats under overhead high-tension lines : example of peatlands, heathlands and calcareous grasslands restoration in Belgium and France
Room C
Session: 1.11 - Side Event - renaturation under High voltage line
>>> Viviane Degret, Elodie Russier, Auréline Doreau, Simon de Voghel, The high-voltage network as an opportunity for nature conservation?
September 1, 2016
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Room C
Session: P4 - Interaction and adjustment: essential concepts in biodiversity evolution
>>> Yves Luginbühl, Interaction and adjustment: essential concepts in biodiversity evolution processes for landscapes fragmented by infrastructure
Room C
Session: P3 - Traffic verges and biological diversity
>>> Heinrich Reck, Traffic verges and biological diversity: Realized possibilities, realities and prospects
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Room C
Session: 2.3 - Bats and infrastructure crossing
>>> Pouchelle Hippolyte, Temporary guidance structure for bats during construction works
Room L
Session: 2.1 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 2/3
>>> Sarah-Jane Phelan, Vincent O'Malley, Brendan Kennedy, Eugene Finnerty, Wildlife collision data as an indicator of the effectiveness of mammal mitigation measures across the National Road Network in Ireland.
Room C
Session: 2.3 - Bats and infrastructure crossing
>>> Manisha Bhardwaj, Kylie Soanes, Jose Lahoz-Monfort, Lindy Lumsden, Rodney van der Ree, Artificial night-time lighting reduces the use of wildlife crossing structures by insectivorous bats in southeast Australia
Room D
Session: 2.2 - Guidelines and experiences
>>> Vincent Vignon, Spatial structure of populations of deer around Paris since 1950: consequences of the development of transport infrastructures.
Room L
Session: 2.1 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 2/3
>>> Ida Schönfeldt, Torbjörn Nilsson, Making a change in the life of riverine species - removal of 300 barriers in northern Sweden
Room L
Session: 2.1 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 2/3
>>> Ole Roer, Karianne Thoger-Andresen, Use of wildlife crossing structures by ungulates in relation to human activity and migration periods
Room K
Session: 2.4 - Green infrastructure networks
>>> Fabien QUETIER, Grégoire Goettelmann, Thomas Menut, Xavier Rufray, Rénald Boulnois, Innovative methods and organizational approaches to improving biodiversity offsets in France: the example of the new Nimes – Montpellier railway line.
Room C
Session: 2.3 - Bats and infrastructure crossing
>>> Darryl Noel Jones, Vegetated fauna overpass significantly facilitates crossing capacity of forest microbats
Room K
Session: 2.4 - Green infrastructure networks
>>> Dusan Romportl, Vladimír Zýka, Miroslav Kutal, Designing a network of wildlife corridors across heterogeneous mountain landscape – the Carpathian case study
Room K
Session: 2.4 - Green infrastructure networks
>>> Vaclav Hlavac, Petr Anděl, How to save large carnivore populations in Western Carpathians?
Room K
Session: 2.4 - Green infrastructure networks
>>> Björn Schulz, Heinrich Reck, Marita Böttcher, Do we have a proper idea of how much investment for defragmentation is needed? Experiences about financial, spatial and temporal demands for effective connection of ecoducts by designing ecological corridors
Room K
Session: 2.4 - Green infrastructure networks
>>> Xavier Orthlieb, Find a second life for old regional railway tracks in France allying transport perspective for the future and protection of the environment
Room D
Session: 2.2 - Guidelines and experiences
>>> Mats Lindqvist, John Rolander, Maria Pettersson, A management model for maintenance of roadsides with high biodiversity values along public roads in Sweden
Room C
Session: 2.3 - Bats and infrastructure crossing
>>> Anna Berthinussen, John Altringham, Improving the effectiveness of mitigation and monitoring for bats on roads and railways
Room L
Session: 2.1 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 2/3
>>> Fagart Sylvain, Heurtebise Cédric, Wildlife surveys following the construction of modified culverts – Developing and providing a vibration-trap
Room C
Session: 2.3 - Bats and infrastructure crossing
>>> Johnny de Jong, Roads and railroads as barriers for bats in Sweden
Room D
Session: 2.2 - Guidelines and experiences
>>> Annette Mertens, Simone Ricci, Umberto Sergiacomi, Roberta Mazzei, Increased understanding of the extent of road kills in central Italy and development of a new prevention technology – results from a 4-year LIFE project
Room D
Session: 2.2 - Guidelines and experiences
>>> Jens-Ulrich Polster, Sven Herzog, Tools for a risk-adapted management concept to prevent animal-vehicle collisions along transport routes
Room D
Session: 2.2 - Guidelines and experiences
>>> Marguerite Trocmé, New guideline on highway verge design and management
Room 3
Session: 2.5 - How to implement ecological restoration in civil engineering sector?
>>> Cécile Blatrix, A Tale of two Regions Towards a multi-level approach of decision-making processes concerning transport infrastructure in France
Room 3
Session: 2.5 - How to implement ecological restoration in civil engineering sector?
>>> Adrián Mohmed Sanz, How to implement ecological restoration in civil engineering sector? The power of participation
Room L
Session: 2.1 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 2/3
>>> Sylvie Vanpeene, Analysing ecological network for identifying, reducing, mitigating impacts of infrastructures
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Marina Torrellas, Carme Rosell, Marc Fernández-Bou, Richard Andrášik, Jiří Sedoník, Michal Bíl, Ferran Camps, Andreas Seiler, Ferran Rodà, Main landscape and road-related variables describing ungulate-vehicle collisions hazardous locations in Catalonia.
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Auréline Doreau, Antoine De Vergnette, Antoine Gabillon, Julien Peguet, Jean Robaudi, Jérémy Di Stefano, Marine Naceri, Sonia Wotus, Clothilde Josserand, Qixuan Yang, Olivia Zanchi, Landscape architecture process to think the energy transition at school : a spreading concern
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Balázs Kiss, Sándor Koczor, Blanka Gál, András Weiperth, Éva Szita, Species richness of some arthropod groups in highway rest areas in Hungary
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Clémence Chaudron, Rémi Perronne, Sébastien Bonthoux, Francesca Di Pietro, Influence of historical and present landscape patterns on plant communities of road-field boundaries
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Habasque Gilles, Labarraque Dorothee, Ecologically stealth construction works » for the reinstatement of the corridor’s functionality through an existing highway
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Jan Olof Helldin, Anna Koffman, Christina Söderström-Lööf, Erik Jondelius, Silviu Petrovan, Michael Hartup, On toads and roads: The case of Spångavägen and Kyrksjölöten – tunnel mitigation is effective for spring migration, but toads are still killed in large numbers
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Jordi Solina Angelet, Mònica Laje, Antoni Sorolla, Paula Bruna, Carles Boronat, Wildlife crossing structures monitoring in the Catalonia’s road network
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Annika K. Jägerbrand, Jan-Olof Helldin, Sustainable development of road lighting, its impact on the environment and effects of switching to LED (light emitting diodes).
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Tomáš Libosvár, Tomáš Šikula, Martin Ernst, GeneDbase – database for evaluation of road barrier effect road on wildlife genetic variability
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> François NOWICKI, Bats and linear land transport infrastructures [Guidelines]
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Etienne Pihouee, Environmental commitments of the Société du Grand Paris for the Grand Paris Express project
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Charlotte Roemer, Yves Bas, Aurélie Coulon, Bats and road collisions: building a risk prediction model incorporating landscape variables
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Anke Benten, Wildlife’s reaction towards oncoming vehicles
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Valarie L McFall, Enhancing wildlife connectivity along California's highways: the cas of the state route (SR) 241 wildlife fence in Orange County, California, USA
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Joanna Nabielec, Wojciech Michał Tokarz, Ecological connectivity and ecosystem plasticity in a transformed corridor habitat – case study of A4 motorway in Southern Poland
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Romain Fillon, Pierre Pech, Is an operational index an efficient way to assess naturalness along land transport infrastructures?
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Minato Shusaku, Hiroyuki Komatsu, Koichi Otake, Shinji Oda, Haruka Aiba, Kazuaki Iwamoto, Manami Iwabuchi, Yoshiharu Sato, Junko Sechibaru, Pat Morris, Research and Popularization, for Dormouse Bridge and Animal Pathways as corridor for protecting Arboreal Animals
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Jan Olof Helldin, Anders Sjölund, Anders Jacobson, Leif Andersson, Exclusion habitats – a way to avoid unnecessary conflict when building new transport infrastructure
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Gaia Sgaramella, New tools for Motorway assessment
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Thomas Schuh, Abandoned tunnels as habitats for bats and measures to improve habitat quality
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Fabrice Raffin, Multimodal platforms of transport and services. The logistic landscapes in Region Nord-Pas de Calais/France –
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Jonathan Remon, Sylvain Moulherat, Functional connectivity of biodiversity across an accumulation of large-scale transportation infrastructures in the South-West of France.
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Jean-Marc Foures, Pierre Pech, Landscape-change frequency and land-use dynamics around High-speed railway (HSR) projects at large scale: diffuse impacts on biodiversity and their mitigation
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Carlos Henrique de Freitas, Eleonore Zulnara Freire Setz, Wildlife road kills in southeastern Brazil: A spatiotemporal analysis towards mitigation
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Pierre Jorcin, Benjamin Allegrini, Olivier Peyre, A integrated mapping tool for harmonizing ecological assessment and transport infrastructure planning.
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Juliana Moreno Pina, Camilo Fragoso Giorgi, Paul Joseph Dale, Implementing measures to avoid wildlife-vehicle collisions and other environmental impacts in an old road inside a State Park in Brazil
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Marleen Moelants, Andy Vankerckvoorde, Practical aspects of the ecological management along highway and national roads motorway verges in Flanders (Belgium)
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Nadia MICHEL, Jean Carsignol, Marc Hervé, Manon Balbi, Cécile Douay-Bertrand, Virginie Billon, Sophie Noiret, Impacts of pairing transport infrastructures on composition and structures of landscapes and on functional connectivity of ecological networks
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Kerrin Müller, Alica Tetzlaff, Heinrich Reck, The importance of roadside vegetation on plant diversity in Northern Germany
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Nadia MICHEL, Jean Carsignol, Charles Uyttenhoven, Colin Van Reeth, Virginie Billon, Severine Hubert, Eric Le Mitouard, Joris Biaunier, Sophie Noiret, Impacts of pairing transport infrastructures on biodiversity (plants, butterfly and reptiles) inside interstitial zones between infrastructures
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Ivo Dostál, Jiří Jedlička, Josef Svoboda, Analysis of linear road barriers and their permeability for wildlife species in the Czech landscape
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Gerard Smit, Jeroen Brandjes, Dimitri Emond, Dennis Wansink, Do animals use wildlife crossings in the Netherlands? An analysis of 450 crossing structures
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Torbjörn Persson, Malin Delvenne, Road 73 in Sweden: Follow-up studies of compensation measures
Cour Sud
Session: Lunch and Poster Session 2
>>> Cécile Dauriat, Ecological landscaping Development of Watercourse Crosssing .Highway A89 . France
01:30 PM - 03:00 PM
Room K
Session: 2.8 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 1/2
>>> Joris Everaert, Inge Uljee, Marleen Moelants, Liesbet Van Laer, Luc Janssens, Guy Engelen, Model based dynamic defragmentation tool for Flanders (Belgium)
Room K
Session: 2.8 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 1/2
>>> Zachary Baer, Mark Gumbert, Joshua Adams, Piper Roby, Price Sewell, L. Kate Baer, Michael Brandenburg, Brandenbark™: Mitigation/Management tool for projects involving bark roostings bats
Room D
Session: 2.10 - A new european handbook on roads and Wildlife!
>>> Eugene O'Brien, Morten Elmeros, Anders Sjölund, Interactions between linear Infrastructure and territories: A new European handbook!
Room L
Session: 2.7 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 2/3
>>> Clara Grilo, Kylie Soanes, Aliza le Roux, Elena Koroleva, Flávio Ferreira, Sarah Gagne, Yun Wang, Alex Bager, Luis Borda-de-Água, What are the effects of road-kills on mammal population’s persistence?
Room L
Session: 2.7 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 2/3
>>> Sondre Meland, Biodiversity in Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems – Good or Bad?
Room 3
Session: 2.9 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures
>>> Fabien QUETIER, Annabelle Morcrette, Solène Happert, Juliette Chamagne, Pauwel DE WACHTER, Hélène DESSARD, Donald Midoko Iponga, Camille Jepang, Charles Bassama, Laurène FEINTRENIE, Claude GARCIA, Roadless conservation in central Africa: the challenge of applying the mitigation hierarchy to infrastructure development in large intact forest landscapes
Room 3
Session: 2.9 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures
>>> Daniel J Smith, Stephen D Tonjes, Thomas Roberts, Integrating transportation and conservation planning at the regional scale: An example from Florida, USA
Room 3
Session: 2.9 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures
>>> Fritz Kleinschroth, John R Healey, Sylvie Gourlet-Fleury, Frédéric Mortier, Radu Stoica, Roadless space is greatly diminished by logging in intact forest landscapes of the Congo Basin
Room K
Session: 2.8 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 1/2
>>> Xavier Girardet, Céline Clauzel, Jean-Christophe Foltête, Influence of the regional landscape connectivity on the location of roe deer roadkill hotspots.
Room 3
Session: 2.9 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures
>>> Thomas Schuh, Lukas Umgeher, Compensation of impacts on Nature and Landscape
Room 3
Session: 2.9 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures
>>> Labarraque Dorothee, ES’team - Ecosystem Services and the ‘Avoid, Mitigate and offset’ approach
Room C
Session: 2.6 - Infrastructure and biodiversity roadkill in Africa
>>> Ali Halajian, Wilmien J Luus-Powell, Sareh Tavakol, Katlego David Kunutu, Makubu Mokgawa, Road kills and parasites, South Africa
Room C
Session: 2.6 - Infrastructure and biodiversity roadkill in Africa
>>> Gareth David Nuttall-Smith, Wendy Jane Collinson, Lizanne Roxburgh, Daniel M Parker, Watch the road: Assessing roadkill in Addo Elephant National Park
Room K
Session: 2.8 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 1/2
>>> Victor Loehr, Tendering for ecological value in a Dutch road expansion: evaluation of the results
Room C
Session: 2.6 - Infrastructure and biodiversity roadkill in Africa
>>> Wendy Jane Collinson, Warwick Davies-Mostert, Harriet Davies-Mostert, Low-level fences reduce roadkill at hotspots: a South African example
Room C
Session: 2.6 - Infrastructure and biodiversity roadkill in Africa
>>> Birthe Linden, Quentin Hota-Lacueva, Ian G Gaiger, Samango monkey road kill mitigation in the Soutpansberg, South Africa
Room L
Session: 2.7 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 2/3
>>> Evi A.D. Paemelaere, Curtis Bernard, Esteban Payán, David Singh, Wildlife Crossings Identification for Road Development in Guyana
Room L
Session: 2.7 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 2/3
>>> Bram Van Moorter, Ilkka Kivimäki, Robin Devooght, Manuela Panzacchi, Marco Saerens, Measuring simultaneously habitat loss and fragmentation due to infrastructures: a novel Habitat Functionality metric
Room L
Session: 2.7 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 2/3
>>> Jérôme GIPPET, MoRIS: Model of Routes of Invasive Spread. Human-mediated dispersal, road network and invasion parameters
Room K
Session: 2.8 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 1/2
>>> Katja Claus, Building an ecoduct in an agricultural environment - a challenge for people and animals
Room C
Session: 2.6 - Infrastructure and biodiversity roadkill in Africa
>>> Wendy Jane Collinson, Lizanne Roxburgh, Harriet Davies-Mostert, HIT AND RUN! Reducing Wildlife-Vehicle-Collisions in Protected Areas.
03:30 PM - 05:00 PM
Room L
Session: 2.13 - Global Carcass & Accident Reporting Systems
>>> Rodrigo Augusto Lima Santos, Sarah Maria Santos, Fernando Ascensão, Carcass Removal and Detectability: Reducing the Uncertainty Surrounding Wildlife-Vehicle Collision Surveys
Room D
Session: 2.12 - Infrastructure, amphibians and reptiles (special tribute to Miklos Puky)
>>> Neftali Sillero, Marc Franch, Cristiano Silva, Gil Lopes, Fernando Ribeiro, Paulo Trigueiros, Luís Seco, Intelligent systems for mapping amphibian roadkills
Room C
Session: 2.11-Natural revegetation, road side management and ecological restoration
>>> Hans Martin Hanslin, Trade-offs in multifunctionality of road verges and their delivery of ecosystem services
Room D
Session: 2.12 - Infrastructure, amphibians and reptiles (special tribute to Miklos Puky)
>>> Blanka Gál, János Farkas, Ferenc Kádár, András Weiperth, Miklós Puky†, Balázs Kiss, Motorway and road edges as amphibian, reptile and small mammal habitats in Hungary
Room L
Session: 2.13 - Global Carcass & Accident Reporting Systems
>>> Patricia C Cramer, U. S. Rocky Mountain States’ Use of Wildlife Vehicle Collision Carcass Data to Plan for Wildlife Mitigation
Room K
Session: 2.14 - Systematic review: Methodology and case studies
>>> Barbara Livoreil, Systematic reviews and maps: transport infrastructure - perspectives and challenges
Room C
Session: 2.11-Natural revegetation, road side management and ecological restoration
>>> Magali Paris, Grégoire Chelkoff, Marine Linglart, Roadside allotment gardens to produce living landscapes ?
Room D
Session: 2.12 - Infrastructure, amphibians and reptiles (special tribute to Miklos Puky)
>>> Kimberly Marie Andrews, Priya Nanjappa, Seth P. D. Riley, Roads and Ecological Infrastructure: Concepts and Applications for Small Animals
Room L
Session: 2.13 - Global Carcass & Accident Reporting Systems
>>> Fraser M Shilling, David Paul Waetjen, Kathryn Harrold, Next Generation of Carcass and Accident Reporting Systems
Room L
Session: 2.13 - Global Carcass & Accident Reporting Systems
>>> Fraser M Shilling, The Evolution of Global Carcass & Accident Reporting Systems
Room C
Session: 2.11-Natural revegetation, road side management and ecological restoration
>>> Inger Auestad, Knut Rydgren, Ingvild Austad, Near-natural methods promote restoration of species-rich grassland vegetation—revisiting a road verge trial after nine years
Room C
Session: 2.11-Natural revegetation, road side management and ecological restoration
>>> Dagmar Hagen, Astrid Skrindo, From plan to practice in development projects: ecological restoration in the mitigation hierarchy framework
Room L
Session: 2.13 - Global Carcass & Accident Reporting Systems
>>> Wendy Jane Collinson, Claire Patterson-Abrolat, Laura Goodman, Thandiwe Rakale, Miles le Roux, Charmaine van Wyk, Lizanne Roxburgh, Seeking roadkill data through public awareness, partnerships and citizen science
Room C
Session: 2.11-Natural revegetation, road side management and ecological restoration
>>> Lene Sørlie Heier, Environmental challenges encountered during planning and construction of a new highway through the south east of Norway
Room K
Session: 2.14 - Systematic review: Methodology and case studies
>>> Arzhvael Jeusset, Romain Sordello, Marianne Vargac, Yves Bertheau, Aurélie Coulon, Julien Touroult, Sylvie Vanpeene, Hervé Jactel, Isabelle Witté, Nadine Deniaud, Frédérique Flamerie, Emmanuel Jaslier, Véronique Roy, Eric Guinard, Eric Le Mitouard, Patrick Pacevicius, Vanessa Rauel, Can linear transportation infrastructure verges constitute a corridor and/or a habitat for insects in temperate landscapes? A systematic review
Room D
Session: 2.12 - Infrastructure, amphibians and reptiles (special tribute to Miklos Puky)
>>> Alain Morand, Jean Carsignol, Amphibians and land transport infrastructure: from land management to ecological engineering.
Room D
Session: 2.12 - Infrastructure, amphibians and reptiles (special tribute to Miklos Puky)
>>> Silviu Petrovan, Michael Hartup, Making light in amphibian road tunnels; Novel automated technology shows large seasonal, life stage and species-specific variation in amphibian usage in the UK
Room K
Session: 2.14 - Systematic review: Methodology and case studies
>>> Pierre Pech, Romain Fillon, Transport infrastructure : biodiversity vectors in urban areas ?
September 2, 2016
08:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Room C
Session: P6-Implementation of Green Infrastructure in the EU
>>> Jos Jonkhof, Implementation of Green Infrastructure in the EU
Room C
Session: P5-Limiting the environmental impacts of the tropical infrastructure tsunami
>>> William F. Laurance, Limiting the environmental impacts of the tropical infrastructure tsunami
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Room 3
Session: 3.10 - IENE Railway-Wildlife working group
>>> Denis Medinas, Vera Ribeiro, João Tiago Marques, Hugo Rebelo, Ana Márcia Barbosa, António Mira, Effects of low and medium traffic roads on bat activity and species richness
Room C
Session: 3.5-The Green and Blue Infrastructure (la Trame verte et bleue): A French policy
>>> Marita Böttcher, Reconnection of Habitats and migration corridors across and along road networks – from national programs to European initiatives about needful improvements for the European Green Infrastructure
Room 3
Session: 3.10 - IENE Railway-Wildlife working group
>>> Åsa Karlberg, Jan Olof Helldin, Impacts on moose and deer of railway fencing in northern Sweden
Room 3
Session: 3.10 - IENE Railway-Wildlife working group
>>> Patricia C Cramer, Successful Wildlife Crossing Structure Designs in the United States Mountain West
Room D
Session: 3.2 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures - marine biodiversity
>>> Philippe THIEVENT, Philippe LENFANT, How maintain marine fish population in a context of high anthropic pressure: the role of shallow coastal zones – ecological function and fish nursery restoration
Room D
Session: 3.2 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures - marine biodiversity
>>> Jean-Michel Bocognano, Time, space, skills, partners and innovation management for port integration
Room D
Session: 3.2 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures - marine biodiversity
>>> Philippe THIEVENT, Gilles LECAILLON, Using a commercial harbor for fish nursery
Room D
Session: 3.2 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures - marine biodiversity
>>> Philippe THIEVENT, Martin PERROT, Potential role of infrastructures in the restoration of marine biodiversity
Room L
Session: 3.4 - Ecological engineering
>>> Éric Guinard, Nicolas Gouix, Élodie Hamdi, Jocelyne Cambecèdes, Gérard Largier, Daniel Marc, A method to assess impacts of LTI projects on a territory and its biodiversity stakes
Room K
Session: 3.3 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 2/2
>>> Alexandre Villers, Breeding habitat selection and flight characteristics of a farmland raptor species in response to highway in Western France
Room L
Session: 3.4 - Ecological engineering
>>> Andy Van Kerckvoorde, Marleen Moelants, Ecological importance and management measures for verges and embankments associated with transport infrastructure in Flanders (Belgium)
Room C
Session: 3.5-The Green and Blue Infrastructure (la Trame verte et bleue): A French policy
>>> Romuald Loridan, A French policy of ecological network : the Green and Blue Infrastructure (la Trame verte et bleue)
Room K
Session: 3.3 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 2/2
>>> François-Marie Martin, André Evette, Fanny Dommanget, Vincent Breton, Laurent Borgniet, Nathan Daumergue, Marylise Cotter, Virginie Billon, Joris Biaunier, Anne Honnegger, Thomas Spiegelberger, Abry Guillaume, Jean-Jacques Brun, Invasion by Asian knotweed (Fallopia spp.) along linear landscape features: spatial dynamics and perspectives in mountainous environment.
Room L
Session: 3.4 - Ecological engineering
>>> Udo Tegethof, Clemens Heidger, Substrata on Wildlife Overpasses - Germany
Room 3
Session: 3.1 - Wildlife crossing structures - Part 3/3
>>> Andreas Seiler, Guillaume Chapron, Julian Klein, Edgar van der Grift, Peter Schippers, Simulating population effects of infrastructure permeability and the performance of mitigation strategies
Room K
Session: 3.3 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 2/2
>>> Pierre-Edouard GUILLAIN, IPBES key findings on the opportunities of right-of-way infrastructures for pollinators
Room K
Session: 3.3 - Managing vegetation along infrastructure verges - Part 2/2
>>> Kathrin Pascher, Christa Hainz-Renetzeder, Michaela Frosch, Katharina Kneissl, Günter Gollmann, Gerald Schneeweiss, Unintended spillage of viable oilseed rape seeds along transportation routes in Austria: ecological risk assessment and management of feral plants
Room D
Session: 3.2 - No-Net-Loss Strategy and compensatory measures - marine biodiversity
>>> Fraser M Shilling, Planning for Transportation and Ecosystem Adaptation to Sea Level Rise
Room L
Session: 3.4 - Ecological engineering
>>> Pascal Breil, Camille Fressignac, Lilly-Rose Lagadec, Yannick Matillon, Andréa Nullans, Blandine Chazelle, Benoit Sarrazin, Dominique Vallod, Wetlands and management of runoff upstream of roadways and railways
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
Room K
Session: 3.9 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 2/2
>>> Charlotta Faith-Ell, A model for inclusion of biodiversity in a Swedish system for sustainability assessment of transport infrastructure
Room K
Session: 3.11 - Wildlife-vehicle accidents
>>> Fernando Ascensão, Emília Patrícia Medici, Arnaud L.J. Desbiez, Spatial patterns of road mortality in medium- to large-sized mammals of the Cerrado and Pantanal
Room D
Session: 3.8 - Habitat and Conduit
>>> Juliane Kelm, Björn Schulz, Göttsche Matthias, Thomas Steffens, Heinrich Reck, Kathrin Friebe, Absurdity or reality? Roadside verges are a premium habitat and act as a large-scale corridor, while even motorways are a minor barrier for the hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius)
Room L
Session: 3.6 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 3.3
>>> Anne Cécile de Bortoli, Taking into account environmental benefits of urban infrastructural projects’ vegetation in Life Cycle Assessment : state-of-the-art and prospective approaches
Room D
Session: 3.8 - Habitat and Conduit
>>> Daniel J Smith, The Influence of Roads, Land Use, Fire and Flood on Movement, Home Range and Habitat Use of Florida Box Turtle and Gopher Tortoise in the Ocala National Forest Ecosystem, Florida, USA
Room K
Session: 3.9 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 2/2
>>> Elena LUCHETTI, Tunnel Euralpin Lyon Turin: a big railway infrastructure in alpine environment. The challenge of respecting biodiversity
Room L
Session: 3.6 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 3.3
>>> Cathryn Elizabeth Dexter, Individuals Matter: Predicting Koala Road Crossing Behaviour in South-east Queensland
Room L
Session: 3.6 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 3.3
>>> Laetitia Blanc, Stephanie Kramer-Schadt, Cyril Bernard, Fridolin Zimmermann, Eric Marboutin, Estelle Germain, Olivier Gimenez, Restoring a viable population of lynx in the French Vosges Mountains: insights from a spatially explicit individual-based model
Room K
Session: 3.9 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 2/2
>>> Alexandra Locquet, Richard Raymond, Impact of linear transport infrastructures on ecological continuities and landscapes: comparison and connection of tools and methods.
Room C
Session: 3.7-Roadkill and citizen science: examples from Africa, Europe and USA
>>> Stéphanie Périquet, Using citizen science to survey roadkill over large spatio-temporal scales: the example of South Africa
Room C
Session: 3.7-Roadkill and citizen science: examples from Africa, Europe and USA
>>> Donnavan Kruger, Jeanne Tarrant, Alison Faraday, Richard Faraday, Wendy Jane Collinson, Louis H Du Preez, Putting the citizen in science: using volunteer-based data to determine the effect of vehicular traffic on endangered western leopard toad (Amietphrynus pantherinus) in Noordhoek, Cape Town
Room C
Session: 3.7-Roadkill and citizen science: examples from Africa, Europe and USA
>>> Michal Bíl, AVC Report Application www.srazenazver.cz: Summary of Experience from the User and Administrator Points of Views
Room C
Session: 3.7-Roadkill and citizen science: examples from Africa, Europe and USA
>>> John Kioko, Driver knowledge and attitudes on animal vehicle collisions in Northern Tanzania
Room D
Session: 3.8 - Habitat and Conduit
>>> Zhenhua Sun, Sondre Meland, Ekaterina Sokolova, John E. Brittain, Svein Jakob Saltveit, Sebastien Rauch, Constructed stormwater systems extended to provide biodiversity- neutral roads
Room D
Session: 3.8 - Habitat and Conduit
>>> Misako Noro, Takane Shikano, Masato Sato, Fumihiro Hara, The Function Deterioration or Loss of Deer-Vehicle Collision Prevention Facilities Caused by Snow Accumulation
Room K
Session: 3.9 - Integration with Landscape plans - Part 2/2
>>> Annika K. Jägerbrand, Hans Antonson, Charlotta Faith-Ell, Sara Janhäll, Method to secure fulfilment of environmental goals in road and rail infrastructure planning. Part I
Room L
Session: 3.6 - Wildlife monitoring and field studies - Part 3.3
>>> Alexis Guilpart, Amélie Charnoz, Nicolas Huybrechts, Sylvie Nouvion-Dupray, How to evaluate potential ecological effects of dredging operations in French navigated rivers ?
Room 3
Session: 3.10 - IENE Railway-Wildlife working group
>>> Andreas Seiler, Anders Sjölund, Elke Hahn, IENE Railway-Ecology working group
02:30 PM - 04:00 PM
Room D
Session: 3.12 - Vision 2050: Ecologically Sustainable Transport System
>>> Eugene J OBrien, András Weiperth, Dennis Wansink, Georg Tschan, Procedures for the Design of Roads in Harmony with Wildlife
03:00 PM - 04:30 PM
Room D
Session: 3.12 - Vision 2050: Ecologically Sustainable Transport System
>>> Maarten Jan van Strien, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, Optimal settlement and road network configurations for habitat connectivity - results from modelling coupled habitat and human networks
Room L
Session: 3.13 - Evidence of efficacy
>>> Judith Plante, Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Roadkill: Are mitigation measures effective for small and medium-sized mammals?
Room C
Session: 3.14-Habitat and Conduit: Effects on pollinators
>>> Vladimír Hula, Jana Niedobová, Motorway edges as refugee for butterflies – preliminary results of case study from the Czech Republic
Room K
Session: 3.11 - Wildlife-vehicle accidents
>>> Rafael Barrientos, Mireia Plaza, Road-kill hot spots can change over the time, variables explaining them do not
Room D
Session: 3.12 - Vision 2050: Ecologically Sustainable Transport System
>>> Jean Clinckemaillie, Nature 2050 is a long-term action program to restore biodiversity and adapt territories to climate change.
Room C
Session: 3.14-Habitat and Conduit: Effects on pollinators
>>> Anne Guerrero, Michel Baguette, Sébastien ROUE, Romain SORDELLO, Jean CARSIGNOL, Virginie STEVENS, TRANSFER project - railways ecological transparency
Room C
Session: 3.14-Habitat and Conduit: Effects on pollinators
>>> Jan Mladek, Tomas Sikula, Greening highway corridors to support butterfly metapopulations in protected areas: new technology for restoration of semi-natural vegetation using root hemiparasites
Room L
Session: 3.13 - Evidence of efficacy
>>> Morten Elmeros, Jasja Dekker, Inazio Garin, Hans Jørgen Baagøe, Morten Christensen, Effectiveness of bat mitigation on roads
Room K
Session: 3.11 - Wildlife-vehicle accidents
>>> Andreas Seiler, Magnus Sjölund, Richard Andrasik, Carme Rosell, Marina Torrellas, Jiri Sedonik, Michal Bíl, Annika Jägerbrand, Are animal-vehicle collisions a random event? – Analysis of the spatial distribution of accident data
Room C
Session: 3.14-Habitat and Conduit: Effects on pollinators
>>> Violette Le Féon, Héloïse Blanchard, David Martinière, Jean-François Bretaud, Eric Guinard, Mickaël Henry, Christophe Pineau, Bernard E. Vaissière, Denis François, The habitat value of power line rights-of-way for pollinators (bees and butterflies) in agricultural landscapes
Room K
Session: 3.11 - Wildlife-vehicle accidents
>>> Michal Bíl, A Comparison of Certain Methods for Spatial Analysis of Animal-vehicle Collisions
Room D
Session: 3.12 - Vision 2050: Ecologically Sustainable Transport System
>>> Simon de Voghel, Jean-François Godeau, Developing natural habitats under overhead electric lines: a win-win strategy for biodiversity and society
Room K
Session: 3.11 - Wildlife-vehicle accidents
>>> Luis Borda-de-Agua, Fernando Ascensão, Rafael Barrientos, Henrique Miguel Pereira, On the identification of high mortality rate hotspots
Room L
Session: 3.13 - Evidence of efficacy
>>> Cédric Heurtebise, Use by large mammals of wildlife crossing structure on an overpass in western France. Results of the first three years of camera-trap surveys
Room D
Session: 3.12 - Vision 2050: Ecologically Sustainable Transport System
>>> Delphine Giney, Environmental potential of urban gondolas
Room L
Session: 3.13 - Evidence of efficacy
>>> Marianne Lund Ujvári, Per Klit Christensen, Efficiency of compensating measures for the Annex IV-species Common spade-foot toad Pelobates fuscus at a highway between Kliplev and Sønderborg in southern Denmark
04:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Room C
Session: Closing Session
>>> Yannick AUTRET, Closing Session
November 4, 2016
02:11 PM - 02:11 PM

>>> Fraser M Shilling, Barbara Charry, Maine Audubon Wildlife Road Watch Citizen Scientist Observations