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An opportunistic amphibian inventory in Alaska's national parks 2001-2003. Final Report

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2004

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Anderson, Blain C., 2004, An opportunistic amphibian inventory in Alaska's national parks 2001-2003. Final Report: National Park Service Alaska Region< Inventory and Monitoring Program: Anchorage, AK, 44 Pages-44 Pages.

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The National Park Service, Southeast Alaska Network (SEAN), identified amphibians as a taxonomic group of concern at the Biological Inventory Scoping Meeting in April 2000, because distribution, status and habitat requirements are poorly understood in Alaska for most species. In order to begin to understand basic distribution and species survival, an opportunistic amphibian inventory was developed for 2001-03 by the Inventory & Monitoring Program. In all, 78 observations were recorded in 10 of the 16 National Parks of Alaska, finding approximately 1600 amphibians in three years. Species found included western toad Bufo boreas, wood frog Rana sylvatica, Columbian spotted frog R. luteiventris, and surprisingly, a single rough-skinned [...]

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