Trends in Amphibian Occupancy in the United States

Abstract

Though a third of amphibian species worldwide are thought to be imperiled, existing assessments simply categorize extinction risk, providing little information on the rate of population losses. We conducted the first analysis of the rate of change in the probability that amphibians occupy ponds and other comparable habitat features across the United States… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0064347

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@inproceedings{Adams2013TrendsIA, title={Trends in Amphibian Occupancy in the United States}, author={Michael J. Adams and David Andrew Miller and Erin Muths and Paul Stephen Corn and Evan H. Campbell Grant and L Larissa L Bailey and Gary M. Fellers and Robert N. Fisher and Walter J. Sadinski and Hardin Waddle and Susan C. Walls}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2013} }