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The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative in the Pacific Northwest

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The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative in the Pacific Northwest; 2003; FS; 020-03; Adams, Michael J.

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Amphibians have been disappearing from many locations around the world with reports of declines increasing in recent decades. Some of the most dramatic declines have occurred in areas that were thought to be protected from human disturbance. For example, the once-common boreal toad has virtually disappeared from Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Although there has been debate on whether these declines represent a short-term fluctuation in populations or major sustained losses, there is now general scientific consensus that something really is amiss with amphibian populations.

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