The first book to provide comprehensive coverage of standardized methods for biodiversity sampling of amphibians, with information on analysing and using data that will interest biologists in general.
Nearly fifty herpetologists recommend ten standard sampling procedures for measuring and monitoring amphibian populations. The contributors discuss each procedure, along with the circumstances for its appropriate use. In addition, they provide a detailed protocol for each procedure's implementation, a list of necessary equipment and personnel, and suggestions for analysing data.
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