Study Ties Warming to Decline in Frog Populations

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A new study links climate change to frog extinction in the Central and South American tropics. What might the connection mean for global biodiversity?


Andrew Blaustein, director, graduate program in environmental sciences, professor of zoology, Oregon State University



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