Data from: A few large roads or many small ones? How to accommodate growth in vehicle numbers to minimise impacts on wildlife

Jonathan R. Rhodes, Daniel Lunney, John Callaghan & Clive A. McAlpine
Roads and vehicular traffic are among the most pervasive of threats to biodiversity because they fragmenting habitat, increasing mortality and opening up new areas for the exploitation of natural resources. However, the number of vehicles on roads is increasing rapidly and this is likely to continue into the future, putting increased pressure on wildlife populations. Consequently, a major challenge is the planning of road networks to accommodate increased numbers of vehicles, while minimising impacts on...
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