BACKGROUND LITERATURE

 

  1. Boonman, M. & Smit, G., 2011, ‘Randeffecten van snelwegen op vleermuizen’, Zoogdier, vol. 22 (3), pp. 18-20.

  2. Brandjes, G.J., Bekker, G.J., Eijkelenboom, M.J. & Wansink, D.E.H., 2012, ‘Revised Handbook for Designing Fauna passageways’, Abstracts of the 2012 IENE International Conference ‘Safeguarding Ecological Functions Across Transport Infrastructure’, October 21 – 24, 2012, Potsdam, Germany, p. 134.

  3. Emond, D. & Brandjes, G.J., 2010, ‘Monitoring gebruik faunapassages Gemeente Utrecht 2009-2010. Onderzoek op 24 locaties in het stedelijk gebied’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  4. Brandjes, G.J. & Emond, D., 2007, ‘Monitoring ecoduct De Borkeld rijksweg A1, 2006-2007’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  5. Brandjes, G.J., Emond, D., Van Straalen, K.D. & Achterkamp, B. 2013, ‘Monitoring ecoduct De Munt, Wuustwezel (België) – Tussenrapportage meetjaar 2012 (T1)’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  6. Brandjes, G.J., Reitsma, J.M. & Anema, L.S.A., 2010, ‘Monitoringplan flora en fauna RWS ‘droog’. Advies in het kader van werken met de gedragscode RWS Noord-Brabant’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  7. Brandjes, G.J. & Van Vliet, F., 2006, ‘Monitoring gebruik faunapassages Rijkswaterstaat Utrecht. Onderzoek boommarterbrug (A12) en Ecoduct Leusderheide (A28)’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  8. Brandjes, G.J. & Van Vliet, F., 2007, ‘Monitoring faunapassages Midden-Limburg. Pilotstudie naar het gebruik van faunavoorzieningen door dieren onder de N271, N273, N293, A73-noord en A79’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.Emond, D. & Brandjes, G.J., 2006, ‘Monitoring gebruik faunapassages Gemeente Utrecht 2009-2010. Onderzoek op 24 locaties in het stedelijk gebied’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  9. Faith-Ell, C., Balfors, B. & Folkeson, L. 2006, ‘The application of environmental requirements in Swedish road maintenance contracts’, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 14, pp. 163-171.

  10. Forman, R.T.T. et al. 1998, 'Road Ecology: A solution for the giant embracing us', Landscape Ecology, vol. 13, pp.  3-5.

  11. Goverse, E., Smit, G.F.J., Zuiderwijk, A.C.M. & Van der Meij, T., 2006, ‘The national amphibian monitoring program in the Netherlands and NATURA 2000’, Proc. of the 13th Congress of the Societas Europaea Herpetologica Herpetologia Bonnensis II, pp. 42-170.

  12. Gudmundsson, H., Harmer, C., Hewitt, A., Jensen, A.V. & Salado-Jimena, U.S. (eds.) 2013, 'Sustainability Definitions for NRAs – Framework Part 1', ERA-NET Road.

  13. Iuell, B. et al. (eds.) 2003, 'Wildlife and Traffic: A European Handbook for Identifying Conflicts and Designing Solutions', KNNV Publishers.

  14. Joumard, R., Gudmundsson, H. & Folkeson, L. 2011, 'Framework for assessing indicators of environmental impacts in the transport sector', Journal of the Transportation Research Board, vol. 2242, pp. 55-63.

  15. Smit, G.F.J., 2005, ‘Urban development and the Natterjack toad (Bufo calamita), implementation of the Habitat Directive in the Netherlands’, Proc. of the 13th Congress of the Societas Europaea Herpetologica Herpetologia Bonnensis II.

  16. Smit, G., Brandjes, J. & Veenbaas, G., 2006, ‘Amphibians crossing under motorways: solutions for migration or dispersion?’, Proc. Habitat Fragmentation due to Transport Infrastructure – IENE 2006.

  17. Smit, G.F.J. & Meijer, A.J.M., 1995, ‘Traffic and nature on Utrechtse Heuvelrug. A strategy to counter habitat fragmentation’, Contribution to the Conference newsletter. International conference on habitat fragmentation, infrastructure and the role of ecological engineering. September 18-21, 1995.

  18. Smit, G.F.J. & Meijer, A.J.M., 1995, ‘Monitoring road mortality of fauna along motorways’, Contribution to the Conference newsletter. International conference on habitat fragmentation, infrastructure and the role of ecological engineering. September 18-21, 1995.

  19. Smit, G.F.J. & Meijer, A.J.M. , 1999, ‘Experience with the counting of animal road casualties’, Lutra vol. 42, pp. 24-33.

  20. Smit, G., Zuiderwijk, A., Groenveld, A. & Daemen, B.A.P.J., 2000, ‘The national amphibian monitoring program in the Netherlands, preliminary  results over 1997 – 2000’.  Presentation at the SEH congres Slovenië 2000.

  21. Veenbaas, G., Brandjes, J., Smit, G. & Van der Grift, E., 2003, ‘Effectiveness of fauna passageways at main roads in The Netherlands’, Proc. Habitat Fragmentation due to Transport Infrastructure – IENE 2003.

  22. Veenbaas, G., Brandjes, J. & Smit, G., 2003, ‘Methods to monitor the use of fauna passageways’, International Conference on Habitat Fragmentation due to Transportation Infrastucture and Presentation of COST action 341 products Conference map – IENE 2003.

  23. Wansink, D.E.H., Brandjes, G.J., Bekker, G.J., Eijkelenboom, M.J., Van den Heuvel, B., De Haan, M.W. & Scholma, H., 2013, ‘Leidraad faunavoorzieningen bij infrastructuur’, Rijkswaterstaat, Dienst Water, Verkeer en Leefomgeving, Delft, ProRail, Utrecht & Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg.

  24. Wansink, D.E.H., Brandjes, G.J. & Emond, D., 2013, ‘The added value of an ecoduct in an open agricultural landscape’, Book of Abstracts of the IENE 2013 Scientific Workshop Ínfratsructure and Wildlife Corridors – Learning from Experience, 16th -18th October 2013, Luhačovice, Czech Republic, pp. 45-46.

  25. Wansink, D.E.H. & Huijgen, K., 2012, ‘Ontwerpvoorschrift Faunapassages bij spoorwegen’, Bureau Waardenburg, Culemborg & BWZ Ingenieurs, Culemborg.

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Harmony is funded through the CEDR Transnational Road Research Programme Call 2013 “Roads and Wildlife” with funding provided by the road administration of Austria, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom. The programme is being managed by the NRA, Ireland, on behalf of CEDR. The Programme Executive Board (PEB) is chaired by  Lars Nilsson, Sweden Transport Administration (Trafikverket). The PEB Project Manager is Vincent O’Malley of Transport Infrastructure Ireland.

 

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