Amy J. Lind
Note: this person is no longer a Forest Service Research & Development employee.
Featured Publications & Products
- Kupferberg, S.; Lind, A. ; Thill, V. ; Yarnell, S. . 2011. Water velocity tolerance in tadpoles of the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii): Swimming performance, growth, and survival.
- Lind, A.J.; Shaffer, H.B.; Spinks, P.Q.; Fellers, G.M. 2011. Rangewide phylogeography of the western U.S. endemic frog Rana boylii (Ranidae): Implications for the conservation of frogs and rivers.
- Welsh, H. H.; Wheeler, C. A.; Lind, A. J. 2010. Spatial ecology of the aquatic garter snake, Thamnophis atratus, in a free-flowing stream environment.
- Yarnell, S.; Lind, A.; Mount, J. 2010. Dynamic flow modeling of riverine amphibian habitat with application to regulated flow management.
- Kupferberg, Sarah J.; Catenazzi, Alessandro; Lunde, Kevin; Lind, Amy J.; Palen, Wendy J. 2009. Parasitic copepod (Lernaea cyprinacea) outbreaks in foothill yellow-legged frogs (Rana boylii) linked to unusually warm summers in northern California.
Publications & Products
- Welsh Jr., Hartwell H.; Hodgson, Garth R.; Lind, Amy J. 2005. Ecogeography of the herpetofauna of a nothern California watershed: linking species patterns to landscape processes.
- Lind, Amy J.; Welsh Jr, Hartwell H.; Tallmon, David A. 2005. Garter snake population dynamics from a 16-year study: considerations for ecological monitoring.
- Welsh Jr, Hartwell H.; Lind, Amy J. 2002. Multiscale habitat relationships of stream amphibians in the Klamath-Siskiyou region of California and Oregon.
- Lind, Amy; Verner, Jared; Millar, Constance; Zielinski, William; Rowntree, Rowan; Ziemer, Robert; Skinner, Carl. 1998. Sierra Nevada Science Review.
- Millar, Constance; Lind, Amy; Rowntree, Rowan; Skinner, Carl; Verner, Jared; Zielinski, William J.; Ziemer, Robert R. 1998. Sierra Nevada Science Review. Report of the Science Review Team charged to synthesize new information of rangewide urgency to the national forests of the Sierra Nevada..
|Dynamic flow modeling of riverine amphibian habitat with application to regulated flow management|
A seasonal pulsed flows, such as those from hydropower plants, have potentially negative effects on the early life stages of amphibians, such as ...
|Rangewide phylogeography of the western U.S. endemic frog Rana boylii (Ranidae): Implications for the conservation of frogs and rivers|
Genetic data are increasingly being used in conservation planning for declining species. Both the ecological and distributional limits of the fo ...
|Water velocity tolerance in tadpoles of the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii):|
The effects of large magnitude flow fluctuations in rivers with dams, commonly referred to as pulsed flows, on tadpoles of Foothill Yellow-legge ...