This easy to use index presents vast information on wild mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. Over 625,300+ bibliographic records are included and many have abstracts. All aspects of wildlife and wildlife management are covered in this comprehensive volume. Approximately 18,000 records are added per year.
The goal is to determine the landscape features associated with frog and toad distributions across United States. We asked: 1) Are negative effects of roads associated with the number of roads or with the local volume of traffic?, 2) Are roads particularly bad for amphibian populations when they separate wetlands from uplands, and 3) Are amphibians more sensitive to the amount of different kinds of habitats in the landscape or the particular arrangement of those habitats?
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