Wildlife & Traffic A European Handbook for Identifying Conflicts and Designing Solutions 10 Maintenance of ecological assets on transport linear infrastructure New chapter (2020). Produced in cooperation with the CEDR Transnational Road Research Program ‘Roads and Wildlife’ Contents10.1 Introduction 10.2 Developing an adaptive ecological asset maintenance plan 10.3. Maintenance requirements for ecological asset and wildlife management 10.4 Maintenance tasks sheets Maintenance of fencing: meshes and poles Maintenance of fencing: escape devices Maintenance of cattle grids Maintenance of screens installed to reduce disturbances Maintenance of amphibian/small fauna fences Maintenance of ecoducts, wildlife and multiuse overpasses Maintenance of viaducts, wildlife and multiuse underpasses Maintenance of modified culverts Maintenance of amphibian tunnels Maintenance of wildlife awareness signs Maintenance of signs activated by Animal Detection Systems (ADS) Management of vegetation Management of habitats for pollinators and other small fauna Control of Invasive Alien Species (IAS) Management of verges to reduce forest fire risk in sensitive areas Management of retention ponds to wildlife Management of road killed animals Management of Animal-Vehicle Collisions (AVC) data 10.5 References Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Be a funding partner or participate as a co-author Contribute to improve the document. Send you coments! Continue reading "10.1 Introduction"