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FrogWeb: Amphibian Declines & Malformations - NBII
Amphibian Declines & Malformations - NBII FrogWeb: Amphibian Declines & Malformations The continental United States is home to at least 230 amphibian species: 90 frog and toad species, and 140 species of salamanders. In the U.S., declines ... to 60% of the amphibians exhibit malformations. FrogWeb Home Amphibian Declines NARCAM: Amphibian Malformations What You Can Do Species Information Resources for ...
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JCU - Amphibian Declines in Australia
JCU - Amphibian Declines in Australia Web Sitemap | Search | A-Z Index | Contacts | Bulletins | Campus Maps | Events Quick Links -- ... & Computing School of Tropical Biology Amphibian Declines in Australia Amphibian Declines in Australia This site has been constructed to disseminate information on research into the nature and causes of amphibian declines in Australia. It includes information ...
www.jcu.edu.au


Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force
IUCN/SSC Task Force on Declining Amphibian Populations. The Task Force represents the global response to any unexplained and disturbing amphibian declines ...
www.mnh.si.edu


USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Research Showcase: PRIMENET AMPHIBIAN PROJECT AT SHENANDOAH AND BIG BEND NATIONAL PARKS
Shenandoah and Big Bend National Parks, which represent extremes in amphibian ... The goals of the project are to 1) test and validate amphibian survey methods, 2) assess relationships between amphibian distribution and abundance and environmental factors in the parks, and 3 ...
www.pwrc.usgs.gov


Frogs Australia Network - Frog Declines
Amphibian Assessment 2004, approximately 165 of the world’s known amphibian species may already be extinct with another third classed as threatened (GAA 2004). The need to understand the causes underlying these declines ... declines visit: Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force - About amphibian declines http://www.open.ac.uk/daptf/declines/decl0.htm James Cook University - Amphibian declines ...
www.frogsaustralia.net.au


JCU - Current Research into Australian Amphibian Declines
Library & Computing School of Tropical Biology Current Research into Australian Amphibian Declines Current Research Queensland James Cook University University of ... Amphibian Research Centre, is the Frogwatch coordinator for the area and coordinates the WA chytrid mapping project. Peter Kirkpatrick is a chytrid histopathology expert. University of Western Australia Back to Amphibian declines ...
www.jcu.edu.au


NPWRC :: Checklist of Amphibian Species and Identification Guide
Amphibian Malformations (NARCAM) Web site. The NARCAM Web site is now operated by the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) and has been incorporated into NBII's FrogWeb: Amphibian Declines & Deformities Web site. Please direct any comments or questions specific to amphibian malformations to the FrogWeb Contact page. ...
www.npwrc.usgs.gov


FROGLOG 57 - Amphibian Conservation in the US Pacific Northwest
Research on potential contributors to amphibian declines are ongoing in Dr. Andrew Blaustein’s lab at Oregon State University, including: ... Collaboration between the US national Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) and members of the US-Canada Pacific Northwest Amphibian and Reptile Consortium (PNARC, subgroup of the ...
www.open.ac.uk


Global Amphibian Assessment
Amphibian Specialist Group (GASG) and the GAA wrote an Amphibian Conservation Action Plan Declaration to reverse or reduce the decline of amphibians. The plan included some key actions to ameliorate amphibian declines ... following strategies outlined in the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan Declaration: Understanding the causes of declines and extinctions Documenting amphibian diversity and how it ...
pacificbio.org


San Diego Zoo: Amphibian News
A world without frogs? Can you imagine it? Since the 1980s, global amphibian declines have been noted and studied. And not just mild declines; scientists have documented dramatic drops and even mass localized extinctions of entire species. In fact, scientists believe that over a third of the world’s amphibian species ...
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