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Road ecology blog: Rolling dip to direct water off the road, Brazil

December 24, 2018 - Road ecology blog: Rolling dip to direct water running down the slope and road off to the side, Carlos Botelho State Par...
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Road ecology blog: This concrete curb may well be a barrier to small species

January 12, 2016 - Road ecology blog: The concrete curb may well be a barrier to small species (e.g. amphibians, reptiles, small mammals, P...
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Road ecology blog: Yellow cururu toads (Rhinella icterica) on bridge, 'Carlos Botelho', Brazil

January 10, 2016 - Road ecology blog: Yellow cururu toads (Rhinella icterica) on bridge across stream, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho', Sã...
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Road ecology blog: Standing water on bridge with plugged drains, Brazil.

January 08, 2016 - Road ecology blog: Standing water on bridge with plugged drains, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho', São Paulo, Brazil. Th...
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Brazilian landscapes: Stream through Atlantic forest, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho'

January 06, 2016 - Brazilian landscapes: Stream through Atlantic forest, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho', São Paulo, Brazil. Click here f...
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Road ecology blog: Bridges across streams, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho', Brazil

December 30, 2015 - Road ecology blog: Bridges across streams, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho', São Paulo, Brazil. Many of these bridges ar...
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Road ecology blog: Pavers allow water to infiltrate into the soil, São Paulo, Brazil

December 28, 2015 - Road ecology blog: Pavers allow water to infiltrate into the soil, Parque Estadual 'Carlos Botelho', São Paulo, Brazil....
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