Animal-vehicle Collision Data Collection
Transportation Research Board, 2007 - Traffic accidents - 107 pages
NCHRP synthesis 370 examines the extent to which data from animal-vehicle collision accident reports and animal carcass counts are collected, analyzed, and used throughout the United States and Canada.
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