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View Resource AmphibiaWeb

Dr. David Wake, Curator of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at the University of California-Berkeley, and several graduate students have launched AmphibiaWeb, an online database of amphibian biology and conservation. The searchable database currently contains 137 species accounts and eventually will provide information "for every species of amphibian in the world." Species accounts include species...

http://amphibiaweb.org//
View Resource Shallow End For Amphibians

This news brief from Nature magazine summarizes a recent paper discussing the combined effects of climate change on declining amphibian populations. Summer climate (detrimental ultraviolet exposure) appears to be linked to spring disease (lethal fungal infections), placing the future of amphibian populations in jeopardy. Several other interactions may also influence survival, such as predator...

http://www.nature.com/news/1998/010404/full/news010404-13.ht...
View Resource HerpDigest: The First Free Electronic Newsletter Dedicated Only to Reptile and Amphibian Conservation and Science

HerpDigest is "the first free, electronic newsletter dedicated only to reptile and amphibian science and conservation." Delivered by email each Monday, HerpDigest offers the latest news from both the scientific and general media, information on new legislation, job notices and professional information, and related resources. Users may view tables of contents and subscribe at the site. The full...

http://www.herpdigest.org/
View Resource Amphibian Embryology Tutorial

Amphibian Embryology Tutorial, originally created to supplement Jeff Hardin's Introduction to Animal Development course at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is "part of an ongoing project designed to implement multimedia and computer-based learning materials in the university undergraduate classroom." The tutorial is organized by major stages of development: Oogenesis and fertilization,...

http://worms.zoology.wisc.edu/frogs/welcome.html
View Resource USGS: Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative

The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) was formed by the U.S. Geological Survey as a national program for amphibian conservation, research, and monitoring. The website provides background information about ARMI as well as sections on Monitoring, Research & Development, Regions & People, and Products. The Research & Development section includes information about ongoing efforts at...

https://armi.usgs.gov/
View Resource AmphibiaWeb

In a previous time, it was a bit more tedious and difficult to keep track of the world’s species, and international collaboration was less than instantaneous. This recent endeavor, presented by the Digital Library Project at Berkeley and a host of supporting organizations, aims to provide the general public and scientists with a place to retrieve information related to amphibian biology and...

http://amphibiaweb.org/