Basin-Scale Surveys of Stream-Associated Amphibians in Intensively Managed Forests

@inproceedings{Kroll2010BasinScaleSO,
  title={Basin-Scale Surveys of Stream-Associated Amphibians in Intensively Managed Forests},
  author={Andrew J. Kroll and James G. Maccracken and Timothy C. Mcbride and Jenniffer Bakke and Jeff Light and Phil Peterson and Janette Bach},
  year={2010}
}
Conservation and management of native species on landscapes managed for intensive wood production represents an ongoing challenge to forest managers. Previous research suggests that impacts of forest practices on stream-associated amphibians (SAA; giant [Dicamptodon spp.], torrent [Rhyacotriton spp.], and plethodontid [Plethodon spp.] salamanders and coastal tailed frogs [Ascaphus truei]) in Oregon and Washington, USA, vary spatially and temporally as a result of biotic and abiotic factors… CONTINUE READING