Written by more than 50 of Canada's leading herpetologists and conservationists (representing DACPAN, the Canadian Working Group of the IUCN Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force). Includes topics of broad worldwide interest and applications including: dispersal, fluctuations, and genetic diversity; monitoring of natural populations; effects of temperature, acidity, pesticides, UV, forestry practices, and disease.
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