Status and Trends of Amphibian Declines and Extinctions Worldw ide Sim on N - Description
Stuart 1 Janice S Chanson Neil A Cox Bruce E Young Ana SL Rodrigues Debra L Fischm an Robert W ller CN SCCI S Biod er sity Assessmen it 19 19 M St eet NW W sh ing on D 2 0036 U Natu reS rve Ap 75 M ont ever de P untarenas Costa Ri ca nt er f Ap ID: 35501 Download Pdf
Kriger and JeanMarc Hero Centre for Innovative Conservation Strategies School of Environment Grif64257th University Gold Coast QLD 9222 Australia Abstract The humanmediated transport of infected amphibians is the most plausible driver for the inter
Vredenburg a1 Roland A Knapp Tate S Tunstall cd and Cheryl J Briggs Department of Biology San Francisco State University San Francisco CA 941321722 Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory University of California Mammoth Lakes CA 93546 Departme
Mass extinctions are global events characterized by unusually high rates of extinction The magnitude of these rates is usu ally unspecified but it is generally significantly higher than the rate of so called background extinctions that is extinc tio
Very general images. What is with the . zig. . zag. ? . Has the earth cooling-shows really deep time!. Shows Cambrian Explosion period.. Mentions algae and eukaryotic cells.. Has all groups! Nice sense of how things evolved. Not straight hard to follow. Hard to tell .
What is extinction? . Extinctions occur when the last individual of a species dies out. . Functional Extinctions occur when individuals remain but the odds of sustainable reproduction are low. i.e. the species is effectively extinct even though individuals remain. .
Background to Amphibians on the IUCN Red List. Global Amphibian Assessment (GAA). Partnership between IUCN, CI and . NatureServe. Initiated in 2001. Concluded first global assessment in 2004 with the publication of results in .
Alex Smith and David M Green Smith M A and Green D M 2005 Dispersal and the metapopulation paradigm in amphibian ecology and conservation are all amphibian populations metapopulations Ecography 28 110 128 Amphibians are frequently characterized as h
Chytridiomycosis. . fungus . dynamics in . wildlife. Gabriela Rios-Sotelo. Vance . Vredenburg. Lab. San Francisco State University. Amphibian . diversity. Emerging disease. Number 1 most threatened vertebrate.
Stuart 1 Janice S Chanson Neil A Cox Bruce E Young Ana SL Rodrigues Debra L Fischm an Robert W ller CN SCCI S Biod er sity Assessmen it 19 19 M St eet NW W sh ing on D 2 0036 U Natu reS rve Ap 75 M ont ever de P untarenas Costa Ri ca nt er f Ap
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Status and Trends of Amphibian Declines and Extinctions Worldw ide Sim on N
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