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PART 1. INTRODUCTION ; PART 2. LARVAE ; PART 3. JUVENILES AND ADULTS ; PART 4. AMPHIBIAN POPULATIONS ; PART 5. AMPHIBIAN COMMUNITIES ; PART 6. PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY AND GENETICS ; PART 7. MONITORING, STATUS AND TRENDS
C. Kenneth Dodd, Jr. is Associate Professor at the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida. He was Research Zoologist at the Florida Integrated Science Center, US Geological Survey (1984-2007), where he was the southeastern Project Leader for the USGS Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative. He is the author of over 190 research and popular articles and has edited and written several books on amphibians and reptiles and their conservation. He was President of The Herpetologists' League (2002-2003) and the International Society for the Study and Conservation of Amphibians (2003-2005).
This handbook is likely to serve as a valuable herpetological reference tool for years to come. * Bulletin of the British Ecological Society * The book is far more than a cookbook or field guide. It is a synthesis. I hope my fellow amphibian ecologists (and discerning ecologists specializing in other taxa and systems) will join me in thanking the many folks who made this handbook a reality; we, our students, and proteges will benefit for years to come. * Bulletin of the Canadian Association of Herpetologists *