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Warning systems triggered by trains increase flight-initiation times of wildlife
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
Trains on railways collide with and kill wildlife, incurring economic costs for railway operators and impacting species of conservation concern. We proposed to address this problem with traintriggered warning signals, consisting of flashing lights and bell sounds emitted in the 30 s leading up to train arrival, that animals could learn to associate with train arrival. We installed our warning systems at four sites on an active railway where train-triggered cameras recorded the responses ofdoi:10.1016/j.trd.2020.102502 fatcat:kqculeiarrev3av2v4bixpcf5i