Microcosm investigations of stormwater pond sediment toxicity to embryonic and larval amphibians: variation in sensitivity among species.

@article{Snodgrass2008MicrocosmIO,
  title={Microcosm investigations of stormwater pond sediment toxicity to embryonic and larval amphibians: variation in sensitivity among species.},
  author={Joel W Snodgrass and Ryan E. Casey and Debra L Joseph and Judith A. Simon},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2008},
  volume={154 2},
  pages={291-7}
}
Stormwater ponds have become common features of modern development and often represent significant amounts of open space in urbanized areas. Although stormwater ponds may provide habitat for wildlife, factors responsible for producing variation in wildlife use of ponds have received limited attention. To investigate the role of variation in species tolerances of pollutants in structuring pond-breeding amphibian assemblages, we exposed species tolerant (Bufo americanus) and not tolerant (Rana… CONTINUE READING
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