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Stream amphibians as indicators of ecosystem stress: a case study from California's redwoodsAuthor(s): Hartwell H. Welsh; L.M. Ollivier
Source: Ecological Applications 8(4):1118-1132
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationWelsh, Hartwell H., Jr.; Ollivier, L.M. 1998. Stream amphibians as indicators of ecosystem stress: a case study from California''s redwoods. Ecological Applications 8(4):1118-1132
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