Amphibian biology, volume ten: conservation and decline of amphibians: ecological aspects, effect of humans and management.

Amphibian biology, volume ten: conservation and decline of amphibians: ecological aspects, effect of humans and management. Harold Heatwole.

Chipping Norton: Surrey Beatty, 2012. Quarto, paperback, colour and black and white photographs, black and white illustrations, maps, graphs, tables.

WAS $138. 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 [8910], volume three: sensory perception [10213], volume four: palaeontology [11645], volume five: osteology [17765], volume six: endocrinology [21590], volume seven: systematics [26059], volume eight: amphibian decline [30357], volume nine part one [31799], volume nine part two [33481, volume nine part three [35933]and volume eleven [33483]. Further volumes are planned to cover such topics as embryology, endocrinology, biomechanics, ecology, populations, life histories, digestion, circulation, anatomy, cell biology and biogeography.

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