Annotated bibliography of grazing effects on amphibians and their habitats

Authors: J C Rowe; C A Pearl; M J Adams; B McCreary

https://doi.org/10.5066/P9GGPPF7

Abstract/Summary

Livestock grazing is one of the most common land uses in the western United States, where multiple amphibians of conservation concern use habitats that are grazed. Despite the common intersection of grazing and sensitive amphibian species, there are very few reviews of research related to the issue. USGS researchers compiled and summarized literature pertaining to livestock grazing effects on amphibians and their habitats, with an emphasis on wetland-breeding species in the western United States. Users of the annotated bibliography can utilize an integrated search tool with user-defined criteria to query records and output results. This tool aids users in synthesizing research related to a range of specific questions and should assist land managers in evaluating and implementing grazing while maintaining habitat for wetland amphibians.

Publication details
Published Date: 2020-03-04
Outlet/Publisher: Science Base
Media Format: .XLSX

ARMI Organizational Units:
Pacific Northwest - Biology
Topics:
Management; Species and their Ecology; Stressors; Water
Place Names:
Arizona; California; Canada; Colorado; Europe; Idaho; Mexico; Montana; Nevada; New Mexico; Oregon; Pacific Northwest; Sierra Nevada; Spain; United States; Utah; Washington; Western US; Wyoming
Keywords:
agriculture; amphibians; behavior; climate; colonization; conditional occupancy; conservation; count; demographics; disease; drought; ecology; Endangered Species Act; fire; grazing; habitat; habitat alteration; habitat effects; habitat use; herbicides; hydroperiod; introduced species; invasives; invertebrates; land cover/land use; malformation; management; mark-recapture; microbiome; monitoring; movement; occupancy; parasite; pathogen; pesticides; pond-breeding amphibians; population; radio telemetry; reproduction; restoration; salinity; stream; stressors; surface water; survival; threatened species; trends; UV; water; water quality; wetlands; wildlife habitat
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