WILDCROSSDATA: compilation of data on the use of faunal crossing structures in linear infrastructures

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Written by Bibiana Terra Dasoler , Ingridi Camboim Franceschi, Diego Varela, Fernanda Zimmermann Teixeira, Igor Pfeifer Coelho, Larissa Donida Biasotto, Larissa Oliveira Gonçalves, Rubem Dornas Andreas Kindel

March 28, 2022

Researchers and consultants who have worked with the monitoring of crossing structures in Latin America are invited to participate in this work as co-authors, sharing their data. Records of interest include: wild, feral, domestic, and also exotic animals.

So far, the project has more than 130 potential collaborators who responded to the form and showed interest in sharing their data, representing 13 different Latin American countries. The next step after the widespread dissemination of this initiative is to collect and synthesize, in a standardized way, all the information available on the records of these employees.

If you are interested in collaborating, please fill out the form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeGTrR1MWub3Kit03qXhcCht53cPkqmKVpQ1s1WV6fOS_iLOQ/viewform. If you know someone who has worked in this context, do not hesitate to forward this message. Your participation is very important for this database to be more complete!

If you have any questions, please contact Bibiana Terra Dasoler – bibianadasoler@gmail.com




Executing team:

Bibiana Terra Dasoler

Ingridi Camboim Franceschi

Diego Varela

Fernanda Zimmermann Teixeira

Igor Pfeifer Coelho

Larissa Donida Biasotto

Larissa Oliveira Goncalves

Ruben Dornas

Andreas Kinder


Participating entities:

NERF/UFRGS – Highway and Railway Ecology Nucleus, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (https://www.ufrgs.br/nerf/)

REET Brasil – Brazilian Network of Transport Ecology Specialists (https://reetbrasil.wixsite.com/reetbrasil)

LACTWG – Latin American and Caribbean Transport Working Group (https://latinamericatransportationecology.org/)

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