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Ideas display below reflect all submittals from prior Standing Committee on the Environment (SCOE) research cycles dating back to 2006.

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1100 06/08/2018Environmental Considerations in Planning Evaluation of circuit theory to predict optimal locations for wildlife crossing structures to maintain ecological processes and population level connectivity Current
1101 06/08/2018Environmental Considerations in Planning Use of innovative technology to deter bat-bridge use Current
1083 01/24/2018Environmental Considerations in Planning Eco-melting options for urban roads Current
1043 08/03/2017Environmental Considerations in Planning Predicting migratory bird usage of bridges using structures inventory data. Archived
1009 03/03/2016Environmental Considerations in Planning A review of the impacts and effectiveness of different road crossing structures on local fish communities. Archived
975 06/04/2015Environmental Considerations in Planning Effective Transportation Agency Practices to Support Healthy Food Accessibility Archived
992 06/04/2015Environmental Considerations in Planning Assessing the efficacy of culverts designed with Aquatic Organism Passage (AOP) consideration Archived
941 07/22/2014Environmental Considerations in Planning Best Practices for Mitigation of potential flood risk for transportation projects Archived
973 07/01/2014Environmental Considerations in Planning Using experiments and long term data for optimal wetland mitigation Archived
943 06/11/2014Environmental Considerations in Planning Analysis of Environmental and Energy Benefits of Reduction of Rail and Highway Bottlenecks in the Northeast Archived
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