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Wildlife Collision App Records Roadkill

Recent Utah State University wildlife biology graduate and Quinney Fellow, Daniel D. Olson, led development for an app that allows users to record incidents of wildlife-automobile collisions.  The application antiquates the paper and pen method, cutting down recording...
Why did the animal cross the road?

Why did the animal cross the road?

Vehicle collisions with wildlife already cost Americans $8 million a year, and accidents are on the rise because more cars and trucks are driving on new roads. Additionally, at least 200 crashes of the 725,000 to 1.5 million collisions each year will kill the people...
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