van der Ree R., Smith D. J. & Grilo C. (2015) Handbook of Road Ecology. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK.

van der Ree R., Smith D. J. & Grilo C. (2015) Handbook of Road Ecology. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK.

Aim: 
This book brings together some of the leading research from around the world to focus on the challenge of improving the ecological sustainability of the linear infrastructure that dissects and fragments most landscapes around the world.
Type of Study: 
Many types explored in book.
Key Results: 
Impacts are many but solutions are available for addressing and mitigating issues.
Response: 
A vast suite of recommendations for mitigating linear infrastructure impacts are made, including considering the needs of different species, genetics, planning, landscape-scale impact assessment, and the importance of roadless areas.
Reviewer: 
Keren Raiter
Locations: 
Global; many case studies including in Africa, Christmas Island, China, Khazakstan, etc.
Ecosystem: 
Various
Survey: 
Various
Full Reference: 
van der Ree R., Smith D. J. & Grilo C. (2015) Handbook of Road Ecology. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK.