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Amphibian decline: An integrated analysis of multiple stressor effects

Edited by:
Greg L. Linder, Sherry K. Krest, and Donald W. Sparling

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Abstract

Capturing the attention and imagination of the public and the scientific community alike, the mysterious decline in amphibian populations drew scientists and resource managers from ecotoxicology and chemistry, ecology and field biology, conservation biology, and natural resource policy to a SETAC–Johnson Foundation workshop. Facilitating environmental stewardship, increasing capacity of the sciences to explain complex stressors, and educating the public on relationships among communities of all types motivated these experts to address amphibian decline and the role of various stressors in these losses.

Additional publication details

Publication type:
Book
Publication Subtype:
Conference publication
Title:
Amphibian decline: An integrated analysis of multiple stressor effects
ISBN:
978-1-880611-55-5
Year Published:
2003
Language:
English
Publisher:
SETAC
Contributing office(s):
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Columbia Environmental Research Center
Description:
368 p.
Conference Title:
Workshop on the global decline of amphibian populations: An integrated analysis of multiple stressor effects
Conference Location:
Racine, WI
Conference Date:
August 18-23, 2001