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Vulnerability of amphibians to climate change: implications for rangeland management
Bagne, Karen E.; Finch, Deborah M.; Friggens, Megan M. 2011. Vulnerability of amphibians to climate change: implications for rangeland management. In: Feldman, Susana R.; Oliva, Gabriel E.; Sacido, Monica B., eds. IX International Rangeland Congress: Diverse Rangelands for a Sustainable Society; April 3-10, 2011; Rosario, Argentina. IRC2001 Congress. p. 159.
Many amphibian populations have declined drastically in recent years due to a large number of factors including the emerging threat of climate change (Wake 2007). Rangelands provide important habitat for amphibians. In addition to natural wetlands, stock tanks and other artificial water catchments provide habitat for many amphibian species (Euliss et al. 2004).
Keywords: amphibians, climate, grasslands, water
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Electronic Publish Date: April 26, 2011
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