B.S. Natural Resources Management, 1985, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Effects of timber harvesting, water diversions, and other land and water management activities on aquatic species.
M.S. wildlife Biology, 1990, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA
Ph.D. Ecology, 2005, University of California at Davis, Davis
Current Emphases, Studies, Projects
of a declining amphibian: determining an ecologically feasible approach
for the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) through analysis
of decline factors, genetic structure, and habitat suitability.
Determining the Effects of Livestock Grazing on Yosemite Toads (Bufo canorus) and their Habitat: An Adaptive Management Study.
Aseasonal pulsed flow effects on the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii): Integration of empirical, experimental and hydrodynamic modeling approaches
Multi-scale environmental relationships and population status of lentic-associated amphibians in the Lake Tahoe basin.
Lind, A.J. In Press. (2007). Herpetofauna in urban streams of Arcata, California: The role of city planning and adjacent land uses. PP. xx-xx in: R.E. Jung and J.C. Mitchell (eds.) Urban Herpetology. Herpetological Conservation Vol. 3, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Salt Lake City, UT.
Welsh, H.H. Jr., G.M. Fellers, and A.J. Lind. 2007. Amphibian populations in the terrestrial environment: is there evidence of declines of terrestrial forest amphibians in northwestern California? Journal of Herpetology 41(3):461-492.
Hayes, M.P., Kupferberg, S.J., and A.J. Lind. 2005. Foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii). In: Jones, L., Leonard, W., and Olson, D. eds. Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle Audubon Society, Seattle, Washington.
Welsh, H.H., Jr., G.R. Hodgson, and A.J. Lind. 2005. Ecogeography of the herpetofauna of a northern California watershed: linking species patterns to landscape process. Ecography 28:521-536.
Lind, A.J. 2005. Reintroduction of a declining amphibian: determining an ecologically feasible approach for the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) through analysis of decline factors, genetic structure, and habitat associations. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Davis. (March) 169 pp.
Lind, A.J., H.H. Welsh, Jr., and D.A. Tallmon. 2005. Garter snake population dynamics from a 16-year capture-recapture study: Considerations for ecological monitoring. Ecological Applications 15(1):294-303.
Young, B.E., S. N. Stuart, J.S. Chanson, N.A. Cox, and t. M. Boucher. 2004. Disappearing Jewels: The Status of New World Amphibians. NatureServe, Arlington, VA. A.J. Lind contributed to a section on species recovery through zoos, captive breeding, and reintroductions.
Lind, A.J., J.B. Bettaso, and S.M. Yarnell. 2003. RANA BOYLII (foothill yellow-legged frog) and RANA CATESBEIANA (bullfrog) REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR. Herpetological Review 34(3)234-235.
Welsh H.H. Jr. and A.J. Lind. 2002. The stream amphibian assemblage of the mixed conifer-hardwood forests of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon: relationships with forest and stream environments. Journal of Wildlife Management 66:581-602.
U.S. Forest Service. 2001. Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment Final Environmental Impact Statement. California Region, Sacramento. (January). A.J. Lind contributed several substantial sections evaluating the effects of proposed management on at-risk amphibian species and proposed monitoring approaches.
Manley, P., W. Zielinski, J. Keane, A. Lind, and others. 2000. Monitoring ecosystems in the Sierra Nevada: The conceptual model foundation. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 64: 139-152.
Welsh H.H. Jr. and A.J. Lind. 2000. Evidence of lingual-luring by an aquatic snake. J. of Herpetology 34:67-74.
Lind, A.J. and P. Manley. 1998. Development of an ecosystem monitoring plan for the Sierra Nevada. Watershed Management Council Networker, Spring.
Lind, A.J., H.H. Welsh, Jr., and R.A. Wilson. 1996. The effects of a dam on breeding habitat and egg survival of the foothill yellow legged frog (Rana boylii). Herpetological Review 27:62 67
Welsh, H.H. Jr. and A.J. Lind. 1996. Habitat correlates of the southern torrent salamander, Rhyacotriton variegatus
(Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae) in northwestern California. Journal of Herpetology 30:385 398.
Welsh, H.H. Jr. and A.J. Lind. 1995. Habitat correlates of the Del Norte salamander, Plethodon elongatus (Caudata: Plethodontidae) in northwestern California. Journal of Herpetology 29:198 210.
Lind, A.J. and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1994. Ontogenetic changes in the foraging behavior and habitat use of the Oregon Garter Snake, Thamnophis atratus hydrophilus. Animal Behaviour 48:1261 1273.
Fuller, D.D. and A.J. Lind. 1992. Implications of fish habitat improvement structures for other stream vertebrates. Pages 96 104 in: R. Harris and D. Erman, eds. Proceeding of the Symposium on Biodiversity in Northwestern California. Oct 28 30 1991. Santa Rosa, California.
Lind, A.J. 1992. Masticophis lateralis geographic distribution note. Herpetological Review 23:124.
Welsh, H.H. Jr. and A.J. Lind. 1992. Population ecology of two relictual salamanders from the Klamath Mountains of northwestern California. Pages 419 437 in: McCullough, D. and R. Barrett, eds. Wildlife 2001: Populations. Elsevier Science Publishers, LTD. London, England.
Welsh, H.H. Jr., and A.J. Lind. 1991. The structure of the herpetofaunal assemblage in the Douglas fir/hardwood forests of northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. Pages 394 413 in: L.F. Ruggiero, K.B. Aubry, A.B. Carey, and M.H. Huff, tech. coords. Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas fir forests. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW GTR 285. 533pp.
Welsh, H.H. Jr., A.J. Lind, and D.L. Waters. 1991. Monitoring frogs and toads on Region 5 National Forests. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region, Fish Habitat Relationship Technical Bulletin, no. 4, 12 pp.
Lind, A.J. and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1990. Predation by Thamnophis couchii on Dicamptodon ensatus. Journal of Herpetology 24:104 106.
Lind, A.J. and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1990. Thamnophis ordinoides, reproduction. Herpetological Review 21:64.
Welsh, H.H. Jr. and A.J. Lind. 1988. Old growth forests and the distribution of the terrestrial herpetofauna. Pages
439 455 in: Szaro, R.C.; Severson, K.E.; Patton, D.R., eds. Management of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Small Mammals in North America. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM 166. Fort Collins, CO. Rocky Mountain Forest Experiment Station, USFS.
PUBLICATIONS (In Preparation, Submitted, or In Revision))
Lind, A.J., H.B. Shaffer, and G.M. Fellers. In revision. Rangewide phylogeography of the western U.S. endemic frog Rana boylii (Ranidae): Implications for the conservation of frogs and rivers.
Lind, A.J. and H.H. Welsh, Jr. In Revision. Multi-scale oviposition site choice by the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) in California, U.S.A.: Responses to a stochastic environment.
Welsh, HH. Jr, C.A. Wheeler, and A.J. Lind. In Prep. (2006). Spatial ecology of the aquatic garter snake, Thamnophis atratus, in a lotic environment in northwestern California, USA.