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

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Study Ties Warming to Decline in Frog Populations

Study Ties Warming to Decline in Frog Populations

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?

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