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Deadly Amphibian Diseases: Occurrence of Bd and Rv in Central Oregon’s landscape
Deadly Amphibian Diseases: Occurrence of Bd and Rv in Central Oregon’s landscape My Master's research is concentrating on two deadly amphibian diseases: Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (also...
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Save the Frogs and Toads
Yesterday for 'work' I hiked to an alpine lake roughly around 6,700 ft. in Central Oregon. The hike was short and as I approached the...
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Managing an Ecological Trap for Reptiles
Supporting population recovery of turtles and snakes at a partially mined peatland with a resident reptile community that includes 5 species at risk. [NOTE: map location is not specific, to protect sensitive sites]
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Forced Hibernation of Neonatal Snakes to Ensure Overwinter Survival
Using forced hibernation to understand ideal winter habitat for snakes. NOTE: map location is not specific, to protect sensitive sites.
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