Visual Communication for Wildlife Vehicle Collision Mitigation
Bledsoe, Roger Griffith
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Wildlife-roadway conflict mitigation design is a multi-disciplinary process, and provides an opportunity to explore potential visual aids that can be used throughout the coordination process with different audiences. Landscape architects are trained in ecology, engineering, design, and multi-disciplinary, visual communication; and can help to translate information between different professions. This thesis will focus on determining how visual communication can aid in the design and management coordination process. Implementation, systems, experiential, evaluation, and management visual aids will be developed to evaluate their role in promoting multi-disciplinary, visual communication associated with the wildlife-roadway conflict mitigation design process.