Data from: Effects of forestry-driven changes to groundcover and soil moisture on amphibian desiccation, dispersal, and survival

Christopher J.E. Haggerty, Thomas L. Crisman & Jason R. Rohr
Over 80% of amphibian species that are declining are forest dependent. Forestry practices are a major cause of forest alterations globally, and it is well documented that clearcutting can contribute to amphibian declines. However, there might be adverse effects of forestry practices other than clearcutting. For example, planting overstory trees in rows (plantations) can change groundcover microhabitats and soil moisture levels, but the effects of this common practice on amphibian populations are not well studied....
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