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Alongside long-term counts of road casualties, the project has looked at whether we can be confident counts accurately reflect changes in the abundance of animals in the wider landscape,

Using the dead to monitor the living: can road kill counts detect trends in mammal abundance? George et al. (2011)

The effect of changes in traffic flow on mammal road kill counts Bright et al. (2015)

and what counts can tell us about the total numbers of animals killed on roads each year,

An estimate of the annual number of hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) road casualties in Great Britain Wembridge et al. (2016).

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