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Impacts of roads on wildlife: a case study of moose in Sweden

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Case Studies: Subregional/National
Research and Methods: Subregional/National

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The Integration / Strategies: National strategies, Action plans, Capacity building, Implementation

Moose avoid roads during day when human activity is highest, new research suggests. Monitoring moose movements in Sweden, researchers have found that the probability of moose being near roads drops after 06:00 and only rises again at approximately 18:00.

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  • English