Contains 15 chapters by internationally renowned specialists. Amphibian Biology, Volume 10 treats (1) the roles of anthropogenic influences such as habitat change; introduction of alien species; roadkills; direct harvesting, trade, and use of amphibian species by humans, (2) various ecological, phylogenetic, and geographic correlates of amphibian decline, (3) monitoring programs and conservation practices such as establishment of refugia; and captive breeding and re-introduction.
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