Edited By: Greg Linder, Sherry K Krest and Donald W Sparling
345 pages, Tabs
The decline of amphibian populations drew scientists and resource managers from ecotoxicology and chemistry, ecology and field biology, conservation biology, and natural resource policy to a SETAC-Johnson Foundation workshop. In this book, these experts address amphibian decline and the role of various stressors in these losses.
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