|Isolated Wetlands Bibliography - Amphibians|
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Babbitt, Kimberly J. and George W. Tanner. 2000. Use of temporary wetlands by anurans in a hydrologically modified landscape. Wetlands, 20(2): 313--322.
Blaustein, A.R., D.B. Wake, and W.P. Sousa. 1994. Amphibian declines: Judging stability, persistence, and susceptibility of populations to local and global extinctions. Conservation Biology 8(1):60-71.
Bodie, R., and R.D. Semlitsch. 2000. Temporal and spatial use of floodplain habitats by lentic and lotic species of Aquatic turtles. Oecologia 122:138-146.
Dalton, R. 2000. YAs amphibians come under study.@ Nature 405:495-496.
Deutschman, M.R. and J.J. Peterka.. 1988. Secondary production of tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum) in three North Dakota prairie lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45:691-697.
Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1992. Biological diversity of a temporary pond herpetofauna in north Florida sandhills. Biodiversity and Conservation. 1:125-142.
Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1995. Reptiles and Amphibians in the Endangered Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. In: La Roe, E.T., G.T. Ferris, C.E. Pucket, P.D. Doran, Editors. Our Living Resources: A Report to the Nation on the Distribution, Abundance, and Health of U.S. Plants, Animals and Ecosystems. National Biological Service, Washington DC. http://biology.usgs.gov/s+t/frame/d272.htm
Donnelly, M.A. 1997. A Preliminary Survey of Amphibians in Isolated Wetlands. Final Report submitted to the South Florida Water Management District. South Florida Water Management District. West Palm Beach, FL. 46 pp.
Doyle, R. 1998. Amphibians at risk. Scientific American 279(2):27
Gibbons, J.W. and R.D. Semlitsch. 1981. Terrestrial drift fences with pitfall traps: an effective technique for quantitative sampling of animal populations. Brimleyana. 7:1-16.
Hecnar, Stephen J. and Robert T. M'Closkey. 1996. Regional Dynamics and the Status of Amphibians. Ecology, 77(7): 2091--2097.
Russell, K. R., D. C. Guynn, Jr., and H. G. Hanlin. 2001. Importance of small isolated wetlands for herpetofaunal diversity in managed, young growth forests in the coastal plain of South Carolina. Forest Ecology and Management: In press.
Russell, K. R., D. H. Van Lear, and D. C. Guynn, Jr. 1999. Prescribed fire effects on herpetofauna: review and management implications. Wildlife Society Bulletin 27:374-384.
Russell, K. R., D. C. Guynn, Jr., H. G. Hanlin, T. B. Wigley. Responses of isolated wetland herpetofauna to upland forest management: results of stand-level manipulations.
Lehtinen, R.M., S.M. Galatowitsch, and J.R. Tester. 1999. Consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation for wetland amphibian assemblages. Wetlands, 19(1): 1--12.
Main, M.B., D.W. Ceilley, and P.A. Stansly. 1997. Inventory of Freshwater Fish: South Florida Water Management District Isolated Wetland Monitoring Program. Final Report. South Florida Water Manangement District. West Palm Beach, FL. 54 pp.
Marshall, Jeremy L. and Carlos D. Camp. 1995. Aspects of the feeding ecology of the little grass frog, Pseudacris ocularis (Anura: Hylidae). Brimleyana, 22: 1--7.
Richter, Klaus O. and Amanda L. Azous. 1995. Amphibian Occurrence and Wetland Characteristics in the Puget Sound Basin. Wetlands, 15(3): 305--312.
Semlitsch, R.D. 1998. Biological determination of terrestrial buffer zones for pond-breeding salamanders. Conservation Biology 12:1113-1119.
Semlitsch, R.D. 2000. Principles of management for aquatic breeding amphibians. J. Wildlife Management 64: 615-631.
Snodgrass, J.W., J.W. Ackerman, A.L. Bryan, Jr., and J. Burger. 1999. Influence of hydroperiod, isolation, and heterospecifics on the distribution of aquatic salamanders (Siren and Amphiuma) among depression wetlands. Copeia. 1999(1):107-113.
Snodgrass, J.W., A.L. Bryan, Jr., and J. Burger. In Press(a). Development of expectations of larval amphibian assemblage structure in southeastern depressional wetlands. Ecological Applications. 29 pp.
Snodgrass, J.W., M.J. Komoroski, A.L. Bryan, Jr., and J. Burger. In Press(c). Relationships among isolated wetland size, hydroperiod, and amphibian species richness: Implications for wetlands regulations. Conservation Biology. 16 pp.