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Anthropogenic modification of the landscape can have important consequences for dispersal of terrestrial organisms. If certain landcover types consistently act as barriers to movement, their… (More)
Understanding the impacts of landscape-level processes on the population biology of amphibians is critical, especially for species inhabiting anthropogenically modified landscapes. Many pond-breeding… (More)
Abstract Habitat structure is known to influence community interactions, but its role in amphibian communities is unclear. Our objective was to examine the effect of vegetative habitat structure, in… (More)
Abstract The establishment of terrestrial buffer zones around vernal pools has been recommended to provide upland habitat for pool-breeding amphibians in areas where forestry practices occur adjacent… (More)
Abstract Habitat destruction and alteration is a major cause of population declines; thus, habitat restoration is essential for preventing species extinctions. Habitat restoration, however, may be… (More)
IMPORTANCE OF HABITAT STRUCTURE FOR POND-BREEDING AMPHIBIANS IN MULTIPLE LIFE STAGES Jennifer L. Purrenhage Habitat loss and alteration is a major cause of population declines; thus, habitat… (More)