EBOOK [The Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas] author Heather R. Cunningham

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Ral history of the 89 species of frogs salamanders turtles snakes and lizards that call the state home Essays discuss historical studies the effects of Maryland's current climate eology home Essays discuss historical studies the effects of Maryland's current climate eology habitat diversity and the myriad conservation issues animals faceThis richly detailed book represents a Triumph Of Citizen Science And of citizen science and culmination an intensive research partnership It will appeal to both amateurs and professionals interested in herpetology natural history or ecology as well as those with a special interest in Maryland's biodiversi. E for scientists alone to tackle Enter the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas project comprising nearly a thousand dedicated citizen scientists who discovered and recorded the locations of herpetofauna throughout every corner of MarylandIn The Maryland Amphibian And Reptile Atlas Heather R Cunningham Heather R Cunningham Reptile Atlas Heather R Cunningham and H Nazdrowicz present the findings of this massive undertaking This definitive uide combines nearly 160 comprehensive new herpetological maps with historical distribution maps and in depth undertaking This definitive uide combines nearly 160 comprehensive new herpetological maps with historical distribution maps and in depth accounts Color photos illustrate the natu. The Maryland Amphibian and Reptile AtlasNaturalists herpetologists and ecologists alike agree that tracking herpetofauna is a challenging undertaking Scientists are concerned about the decline of once familiar species but evidence has often been too anecdotal to support firm conclusions To

Better Understand The Distribution Of 
understand the distribution of and reptiles in Maryland And Forecast Species' Futures In forecast species' futures in time of accelerated environmental threats conducting a comprehensive statewide survey updating 1970s era distribution maps seemed ideal However this endeavor was of an impossibly ambitious scop.

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