• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 24–28, 2021

    • Online Program

2021

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1363

1363 - Hot Topics and Emerging Issues in Environmental Analysis and Ecology

Thursday, January 28 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM ET
Poster
Daniel Smith, University of Central Florida,
Martin Palmer, Washington State Department of Transportation

Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Environmental Analysis and Ecology (AEP70)

This "interactive" poster session emphasizes a wide variety of environmental/ecological topics. It is offered to promote project-specific examples of innovative and/or successful environmental practice and policy in transportation. Posters celebrating program-level environmental/ecological and academic accomplishments and ongoing activities are also presented. 

In the virtual format, posters will take the form of slide presentations and will be pre-recorded and uploaded in advance so that attendees can preview posters/slides prior to a scheduled live Q&A session with the authors. Presenters will have the option to record narration with their presentation slides.



No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Deep Learning-based Visual Identification of Signs of Bat Presence in Bridge Infrastructure Images: A Transfer Learning Approach
Tianshu Li (tl6gk@virginia.edu), University of Virginia
Mohamad Alipour, University of California, Los Angeles
Bridget Donaldson, Virginia Transportation Research Council
Devin Harris, University of Virginia
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-02009
Temporary Deterrence of Bats from Bridges Using Ultrasonic Deterrents
Basak Bektas, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Julie Blanchong, Iowa State University
Katelyn Freeseman, Iowa State University
Ahmed AlBughdadi, Iowa State University
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-02774
Implementing the First Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Wildlife Infrastructure in North America
Damon Fick, Montana State University
Robert Ament, Western Transportation Institute (WTI)
Matthew Bell, Western Transportation Institute (WTI)
Nina Marie Lister, Montana State University, Bozeman
Show Abstract
P21-20570
A Reprieve from US Wildlife Mortality on Roads during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Fraser Shilling, University of California, Davis
Tricia Nguyen, University of California, Davis
Malek Saleh, University of California, Davis
Min Khant Kyaw, University of California, Davis
Karla Tapia, University of California, Davis
Gabrielle Trujillo, University of California, Davis
Mireya Bejarano, University of California, Davis
David Waetjen, University of California, Davis
Jon Peterson, Washington State Department of Transportation
Glen Kalisz, Washington State Department of Transportation
Raquel Sejour, Washington State Department of Transportation
Sarah Croston, Washington State Department of Transportation
Eric Ham, Maine Department of Transportation
Show Abstract
P21-20574
Wildlife Use of Future Wildlife Mitigation Structures on a Highway in South Texas
Thomas Yamashita, Texas A&M University, Kingsville
Zachary Wardle, Texas A&M University, Kingsville
Jason Lombardi, Texas A&M University, Kingsville
Michael Tewes, Texas A&M University, Kingsville
John Young, Texas Department of Transportation
Show Abstract
P21-20575
Automated harvesting and display of WVC and crash data in California
David Waetjen, University of California, Davis
Fraser Shilling, University of California, Davis
Show Abstract
P21-20577
Semi-Automated Management and Analysis of Camera Trap Imagery
David Waetjen, University of California, Davis
Christian John, University of California, Davis
Fraser Shilling, University of California, Davis
Show Abstract
P21-20578
Wildlife-responsive crossing design to reduce noise and light disturbance
Sean McDowell, University of California, Davis
Adetayo Oke, University of California, Davis
Aaron Bass, University of California, Davis
David Waetjen, University of California, Davis
Travis Longcore, University of California, Los Angeles
Winston Vickers, University of California, Davis
Fraser Shilling, University of California, Davis
Show Abstract
P21-20582
Wildlife vehicle conflict data collection and reporting standards for state systems
Fraser Shilling, University of California, Davis
Show Abstract
P21-20583
Proposed habitat linkages do not predict wildlife occurrence
Autumn Iverson, University of California, Davis
David Waetjen, University of California, Davis
Fraser Shilling, University of California, Davis
Show Abstract
P21-20587
The Effect of Daylight Savings Time clock shifts on the Deer- Vehicle Collision Rates
Wijesooriya Abeyrathna, Clarkson University
Tom Langen, Clarkson University
Show Abstract
P21-20588
Wildlife Crossing Opportunities in the Federal Transportation Bill
Renee Callahan, ARC Solutions
Show Abstract
P21-20589
ICF ECOSYSTEM CONNECTIVITY PLANNING TOOL: A WEB-BASED TOOL IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVED ECOSYSTEM CONNECTIVITY
Shannon Crossen, ICF
Jon Walker, ICF International Inc
Matthew Townley, ICF International Inc
Martin Fisher, ICF International Inc
Show Abstract
P21-20593
Enhancing Existing Isolated Underpasses with Fencing to Decrease Wildlife Crashes and Connect Habitat
Bridget Donaldson, Virginia Transportation Research Council
Kaitlyn Elliott, Virginia Transportation Research Council
Show Abstract
P21-20595

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