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Presentation
Toads, Roads, and Nodes: Collaborative Assessment of Amphibian Diversity in the Eastern and Central U.S.A. Reveals Pervasive Effects of Roads and Traffic
98th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (2013)
  • Karen H. Beard, Utah State University
Abstract
WITH: Kristen S. Genet, David Marsh, J.J. Apodaca, Christopher Bates, Jessica Beach, Kelsie Becklin, Jane Margaret Bell, Bradley J. Cosentino, Christopher Crockett, Kara Curtain, George Fawson, Jennifer Fjelsted, Elizabeth A. Forys, Melanie Grover, Jaimie Holmes, Katherine Indeck, Nancy E. Karraker, Eran Kilpatrick, Tom A. Langen, Stephen Mugel, Alessandro Molina, James R. Vonesh, Ryan Weaver, and Anisha Willey
Keywords
  • fragmentation,
  • road mortality,
  • amphibian populations
Disciplines
Publication Date
August 9, 2013
Citation Information
Karen H. Beard. "Toads, Roads, and Nodes: Collaborative Assessment of Amphibian Diversity in the Eastern and Central U.S.A. Reveals Pervasive Effects of Roads and Traffic" 98th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/karenh_beard/132/