Anthropogenic effects on abiotic factors affecting the success of the threatened Rana boylii

Alma Meckler-Pacheco, Laura Navarro Ron, Sophia Puliatti & Zach Webster
Freshwater ecosystems disproportionately support a large number of species given the limited availability of suitable habitat. Anthropogenic disturbance in freshwater systems have caused a decline in over 5,700 species globally. Amphibians are especially sensitive to levels of disturbance due to their physiological requirements for homeostasis. Our study set out to investigate how differing levels of human disturbance affect abiotic variables on Foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) in the South Fork Eel River. We studied the...
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