Amphibian biology, volume ten: conservation and decline of amphibians: ecological aspects, effect of humans and management.
Chipping Norton: Surrey Beatty & Sons Pty Ltd, 2012.
Quarto, paperback, 436 pp. colour and black and white photographs, black and white illustrations, maps, graphs, tables.
This volume assesses the impact of humans on amphibian decline and extinction. This volume also includes chapters on current global conservation efforts.
Other volumes in the series are available - volume one: the integument [stock id 4018], volume two: social behaviour , volume three: sensory perception , volume four: palaeontology , volume five: osteology , volume six: endocrinology , volume seven: systematics , volume eight: amphibian decline , volume nine part one , volume nine part two [33481, and volume eleven . Further volumes are planned to cover such topics as embryology, endocrinology, biomechanics, ecology, populations, life histories, digestion, circulation, anatomy, cell biology and biogeography.