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Joseph A. Burns CWB
National Threatened and Endgangered Species Program Leader
Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air, Rare Plants
1400 Independance Ave SW - MS1121
Washington, D.C. 20250-1121
(202) 205-0919

Sandra Jacobson
Wildlife Biologist
USDA Forest Service
Pacific Southwest Research Station
(530) 759-1707


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Learning from Research

Transporation ecology is maturing as an applied science, and several conferences are available to learn from research.

Upcoming Conferences

International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET), 2015


Logo for the International Conference on Ecology and TransportationNext ICOET will be in Raleigh, North Carolina, September 20-24, 2015. In addition to the Conference, the Forest Service will sponsor a short training session, Innovative Approaches to Wildlife and Highways Interactions: The Basics. Sunday, September 20, 2015, 1:005:00 PM.

This is the most comprehensive professional conference available for transportation ecology topics. Past ICOETs have had excellent field trips of interest to FLMA personnel. The 2011 ICOET had one field trip to the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass project. The 2013 ICOET in Scottsdale, AZ had several tours including to the Grand Canyon and the successes of SR-260 in the Payson, AZ area.

Proceedings of past ICOETs back to the first conference in 1996 are a superb source of excellent information on transportation ecology.

Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, 2016

January 10-14, 2016
Washington, D.C.

The TRB Annual Meeting is a huge conference with many committee meetings, including many that are highly pertinent to FLMA interests in transportation ecology. An especially important committee is the Committee on Transportation and Ecology, which focuses on ecological issues.


This section will be filled with current or continuing useful presentations. Let us know if there is a presentation that you would like to see here. You can suggest an item by using the contact information on the left side of the page.

Incorporating Bat Habitat Into Bridges

Page Last Modified: July 21, 2015

Additional Information

Aquatic biodiversity in a bucket taken from a small stream on the Cherokee NFIn the United States, a recent study estimated there are more than one million collisions between vehicles and large animals annually.

This 25-minute safety training program will help you reduce your probability of having large animal-vehicle collisions, especially with deer.