This online resource provides easy access to information about strategies for adaptive management and monitoring of desert amphibians. It is built from work completed by Dr. Kerry Griffis-Kyle and includes significant contributions from partners working on the Desert LCC Reptile and Amphibian Team. This web resource includes information about planning at a landscape scale for amphibian species conservation, the costs and benefits of connectivity, and the utility of identifying habitat integrity under possible environmental change scenarios. You will find information on tools such as graph theory, network analysis and circuit theory that can be used in assessing connectivity. You can also find information on methods and techniques to model amphibian species vulnerability, outline species ranges, enhance breeding sites, and assess protocols to protect species against disease transmission.
We welcome your feedback on this resource. If you have additional information, corrections, or simply suggestions, please contact Genevieve Johnson, Desert LCC Coordinator, at email@example.com.