4 edition of Alberta amphibian call surveys, a pilot year found in the catalog.
Alberta amphibian call surveys, a pilot year
Danielle Lisa Takats
|Statement||Lisa Takats and Chuck Priestley.|
|Series||Alberta species at risk report,, no. 53|
|Contributions||Priestley, Chuck., Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development., Alberta Conservation Association., Alberta. Fish and Wildlife Division. Resource Status and Assessment Branch.|
|LC Classifications||QL654 .T35 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||2003374912|
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Alberta amphibian call surveys: a pilot year: final report. Summary; Detailed Information; Description. The goal of this study was to determine whether an amphibian call survey is an effective method for collecting distribution and population size information on amphibian species in Alberta.
Most male frogs and toads, in the reproductive. Alberta amphibian call surveys: a pilot year: final report by Takats, Danielle Lisa, ; Priestley, Chuck; Alberta. Fish and Wildlife Division; Alberta.
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development; Alberta Conservation Association. Alberta Amphibian Call Surveys. A Pilot Year. Final Report. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division, Alberta Species at Risk Report No. Edmonton, AB. 28 pp.
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Alberta amphibian call surveys: a pilot year: final report / View Metadata. By: Takats, Danielle Lisa, - Priestley, Chuck. - Alberta. The frog book: North American toads and. Alberta Marsh Monitoring Program Pilot Year Lisa Priestley Bird Studies Canada. The goal of this pilot year was to test the MMP protocol and to determine if it is suitable to be used in the been done in the past with call surveys for amphibians as well (Takats and Priestley ), and rails.
AMPHIBIAN VISUAL SURVEY PROTOCOL INTRODUCTION This survey protocol provides instruction on collecting data for the occupancy (presence/not-detected) of amphibians which cannot be identified or detected readily by their call using auditory surveys.
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