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Status and conservation of midwestern amphibians

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Published by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle West.
    • Subjects:
    • Amphibians -- Middle West.,
    • Wildlife conservation -- Middle West.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [433]-492) and index.

      Other titlesStatus & conservation of midwestern amphibians, Midwestern amphibians
      Statementedited by Michael J. Lannoo.
      ContributionsLannoo, Michael J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL653.M53 S735 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 507 p. :
      Number of Pages507
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL700461M
      ISBN 100877456313, 0877456321
      LC Control Number97048748

      Amphibians and Reptiles of Missouri: 2nd Edition. Conservation Commission of Missouri, Jefferson City. Lannoo, M. J. (). ''Amphibian conservation and wetland management in the upper Midwest: a catch for the cricket frog?'' Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians M. J. Lannoo, eds., University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. The following literature references are from Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of United States Species, edited by Michael Lannoo (© by the Regents of the University of California), used with permission of University of California book is available from UC Press.

      Explore books by Michael J. Lannoo with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians (Paperback) Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians . Sexton and his colleagues wrote of their research in a chapter in the recently published "Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians," a book edited by Michael J. Lanndo, University of Iowa.

      Lake Okoboji in northwest Iowa is the jewel of the Iowa Great Lakes. A region of wetlands formed by prairie potholes, the area is rich with lakes, sloughs, fens, creeks, prairies, and kettleholes - providing homes for myriad birds, fish, amphibians, and other animals as well as recreation opportunities for hunters, fishers, boaters, hikers, and naturalists. Abandon not hope: Status of repatriated populations of the spotted salamanders and wood frogs at the Tyson Research Center, St. Louis County, Missouri. in Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians. M.J. Lannoo. ed. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. BOOK REVIEWS Phillips, C.A.


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“Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians is the first such research summary available for any regional U.S. amphibian fauna. This book sets a high standard that should serve to encourage similar efforts for other regional amphibian assemblages.”—W. Ronald Heyer, Chair, Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force5/5(2).

“Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians is the first such research summary available for any regional U.S. amphibian fauna. This book sets a high standard that should serve to encourage similar efforts for other regional amphibian assemblages.”—W.

Ronald Heyer, Chair, Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force. "Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians" is the first such research summary available for any regional U.S. amphibian fauna. This book sets a high standard that should serve to encourage similar efforts for other regional amphibian assemblages.

In this book we have presented an extensive and unpreceden ted overview of the conservation status of midwestern amphibians. There are several conclusions to be drawn. The first is that while an enormous amount of information is presented here, we still do not have a complete picture of the status of midwestern amphibians.

Get this from a library. Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians. [Michael J Lannoo] -- In an international group of biologists, meeting to discuss rumors of declines in the number of amphibians, discovered that amphibian disappearances once thought to.

Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians [Michael J. Lannoo]. In an international group of biologists, meeting to discuss rumors of declines in the number of amphibians, discovered that amphibian disappearances once thought to be a local. Lannoo and his colleagues cover just about everything on midwestern amphibians, and do it in a concise and informative layout.

Well organized and easily searched for topics. Of particular note is the use throughout the book of the standard common names established and in use nationwide since /5. He is author of Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians () and Okoboji Wetlands: A Lesson in Natural History ().

Inhe was awarded the Parker/Gentry Award for Conservation Biology by The Field Museum of Natural History. The primary conservation concerns for Illinois salamanders are habitat degradation, habitat fragmentation and habitat loss. Biology of amphibians.

McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York. Status and conservation of Midwestern amphibians. University of. Amphibian Declines by Michael J. Lannoo,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Status of Conservation and Decline of Amphibians brings together the current knowledge on the status of the unique frogs of Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific. Although geographically proximate, each region presents unique challenges and opportunities in amphibian research and conservation.

About the Author. Michael Lannoo is Professor at the Muncie Center for Medical Education, Indiana University School of Medicine. He is author of Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians () and Okoboji Wetlands: A Lesson in Natural History ().Inhe was awarded the Parker/Gentry Award for Conservation Biology by The Field Museum of Natural History.

Amphibians are among the most threatened groups of animals on earth. In part due to their highly permeable skin, amphibians are highly sensitive to environmental changes and pollution and provide an early-warning system of deteriorating environmental conditions.

The more we learn about the impact of environmental changes on amphibians, the better we as humans will be able to arrest their. (book) Harding, J. Amphibians and Reptiles of the Great Lakes Region. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

(book) Kingsbury, B. A., and J. Gibson (editors). Habitat Management Guidelines for Amphibians and Reptiles of the Midwestern United States. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Technical Publication. their commitment to amphibian and reptile conservation. Front cover image is a composite constructed by Mark Raithel and Cliff White, Missouri Department of Conservation, using photographs taken by Jeff Briggler, Missouri Department of Conservation, depicting the Eastern Hellbender in.

Michael Lannoo is Professor at the Muncie Center for Medical Education, Indiana University School of Medicine. He is author of Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians () and Okoboji Wetlands: A Lesson in Natural History ().Inhe was awarded the Parker/Gentry Award for Conservation Biology by The Field Museum of Natural History.

He is author of Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians () and Okoboji Wetlands: A Lesson in Natural History (). Inhe was awarded the Parker/Gentry Award for Conservation Biology by The Field Museum of Natural : $ Michael J.

Lannoo is a professor of anatomy and cell biology at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He is the author of Okoboji Wetlands: A Lesson in Natural History (Iowa, ), Malformed Frogs: The Collapse of Aquatic Ecosystems, and Leopold’s Shack and Ricketts’s Lab: The Emergence of Environmentalism and the editor of Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians (Iowa.

Pages in: Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians. Universiity of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa. Universiity of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa. This study is summarised as evidence for the intervention(s) shown on the right. "Status, Conservation, And Introduction Of Amphibians And Reptiles In The Turks And Caicos Islands, British West Indies" published on 01 Jan by Brill.

The chief conservation concerns for Illinois salamanders are of amphibians. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York. pp. Harding, J. H. Status and conservation of Midwestern amphibians. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. pp. Maruska, E. J. Amphibians. Franklin.In recent years in North America and in other locales, there has been a surge of interest in the status and conservation of amphibian populations.

Concern centers on the disappearance or decline of individual populations, species, and even geographic assemblages of amphibians, particularly anurans.It is an invaluable reference for environmental and governmental agencies, researchers, policy-makers involved with biodiversity conservation, and the interested public.

This book is Volume 11 (Status of Conservation and Decline of Amphibians: Eastern Hemisphere), Part 6 (Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific Islands) of the Amphibian Biology series.