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Common sense dictates that vehicles traveling at slower speeds hit fewer moose. And it gives moose more time to react.Rick Sinnott

An easy solution to reducing vehicle collisions with moose in Alaska?

January 27, 2013 - 1:26pm -- benanderson
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Reducing moose-vehicle collisions
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There's a lot of science exploring the way humans drive and spot obstacles on the road -- but is there one easy step to reduce moose-vehicle collisions in Alaska?

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