After the epidemic: Ongoing declines, stabilizations and recoveries in amphibians afflicted by chytridiomycosis
Ben C Scheele, Lee F Skerratt, Laura F Grogan, David A Hunter, Nick Clemann, Michael McFadden, David Newell, Conrad J Hoskin, Graeme R Gillespie, Geoffrey W Heard, Laura Brannelly, Alexandra A Roberts, Lee Berger
Biological Conservation | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2017
Awarded by Australian Research Council
Awarded by Queensland Accelerate Fellowship
This paper is dedicated to Rick Speare and Keith McDonald whose efforts to understand the cause of amphibian declines in Queensland, Australia led to the discovery of chytridiomycosis. We acknowledge the enormous survey and monitoring efforts by Australian herpetologists over the past four decades. This study was funded by Australian Research Council grants (FT100100375, LP110200240 and DP120100811), a Queensland Accelerate Fellowship (14-218), NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, and the Taronga Conservation Science Initiative.