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North Coast and Cascades Network consolidated amphibian database (1984-2005)


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This data set is an amalgamation of twenty-nine original data sets, which represent amphibian surveys in the seven Parks comprising the North Coast and Cascades Network of the National Park Service. The data were collected from 1984-2005, and include the localities of 19 species of amphibians at various life stages, 18 native to the Pacific Northwest and one invasive species. UTM coordinates are all in Zone 10, and all were collected using NAD1927 datum.


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The North Coast and Cascades Network (NCCN) of the National Park Service has expended a significant effort over the past decade to gather data on its unique amphibian resources, but this information is spread over multiple databases and reports among the parks. This makes it difficult to access comprehensive information on amphibians for the network or even for individual parks. Because of pronounced amphibian declines in protected areas in the west, it is highly desirable to consolidate this information so that it can be used to assess amphibian status, as a baseline for monitoring, and as a resource for park management activities.

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