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A Software Tool for Assessing the Effect of Traffic on Wildlife Populations

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Finke, Jens (Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, Department of Computing Science)
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Köster, Frank (Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, Department of Computing Science)
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Frank, Karin (FZ – Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Department of Ecological Modelling)
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Sonnenschein, Michael (Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, Department of Computing Science)
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Chapter Applications - Software Tools
Volume The Information Society and Enlargement of the European Union (Part 2)
Conference 17th International Conference Informatics for Environmental Protection
Cottbus, 2003
Year 2003
Abstract of the Article
The software tool presented in this paper, named AniTraX, was developed in close cooperation of the Oldenburg Research and Development Institute for Tools and Systems in Computing Science (OFFIS) and the Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle (UFZ). It is intended to support researchers and managers in the field of species conservation and landscape planning, who have limited experience in modelling or programming. AniTraX implements a generic model for the assessment of wildlife mortality, which is caused by anthropogenic impacts such as road traffic. Though the primarily application of AniTraX is the assessment of quantities such as the number of animals killed or the individual mortality, the tool can also be used as a module for assessing effects on higher hierarchical levels, e.g. population size or viability.
Pages 692 - 699
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