Paul Stephen Corn spends much of his time researching Ecology, Amphibian, Habitat, Endangered species and Extinction. His Ecology research incorporates themes from Biological dispersal and Gene flow. His Amphibian study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Population decline and Ecosystem.
His research in Habitat intersects with topics in Wilderness area, Climate change and Fishery. His studies in Extinction integrate themes in fields like Montane ecology, Occupancy, Leopard frog, IUCN Red List and Feather. His biological study deals with issues like Abundance, which deal with fields such as Boreal toad.
Paul Stephen Corn mainly investigates Ecology, Amphibian, Habitat, Boreal and National park. His Ecology research focuses on Boreal toad, Wetland, Ecosystem, Occupancy and Abundance. His Amphibian research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Endangered species and Larva.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Population growth, Range, Climate change and Aquatic ecosystem in addition to Habitat. Paul Stephen Corn combines subjects such as Juvenile, Seasonal breeder and Environmental factor with his study of Boreal. His study in Rana luteiventris is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Deme and Gene flow.
Paul Stephen Corn mostly deals with Ecology, Amphibian, Habitat, Boreal and Occupancy. Ecology is often connected to Extinction in his work. His Extinction study incorporates themes from IUCN Red List and Endangered species.
The Amphibian study combines topics in areas such as Montane ecology and Larva. He has included themes like Population growth, Biodiversity and Reproduction in his Habitat study. His work in Occupancy addresses subjects such as Ambystoma macrodactylum, which are connected to disciplines such as Introduced species.
Ecology, Amphibian, Habitat, Chytridiomycota and Chytridiomycosis are his primary areas of study. His study looks at the relationship between Ecology and topics such as Mark and recapture, which overlap with Population decline. His study in the field of Deserts and xeric shrublands also crosses realms of Fencing.
His Occupancy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ambystoma macrodactylum, Introduced species and Fish stocking. The various areas that Paul Stephen Corn examines in his Climate change study include Applied ecology, Ecology, Environmental resource management, Microclimate and Wetland. Paul Stephen Corn has researched Endangered species in several fields, including IUCN Red List and Extinction.
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Population structure of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) is strongly affected by the landscape
Molecular Ecology (2005)
Evidence for disease-related amphibian decline in Colorado
Erin Muths;Paul Stephen Corn;Allan P Pessier;D Earl Green.
Biological Conservation (2003)
Fire and amphibians in North America
Forest Ecology and Management (2003)
Extinction of Montane Populations of the Northern Leopard Frog (Rana pipiens) in Colorado
Journal of Herpetology (1984)
Trends in Amphibian Occupancy in the United States
Michael J. Adams;David A. W. Miller;David A. W. Miller;Erin Muths;Paul Stephen Corn.
PLOS ONE (2013)
High dispersal in a frog species suggests that it is vulnerable to habitat fragmentation
Biology Letters (2005)
The Introduction of Nonnative Fish into Wilderness Lakes: Good Intentions, Conflicting Mandates, and Unintended Consequences
Engineering a future for amphibians under climate change
Journal of Applied Ecology (2011)
Effects of amphibian chytrid fungus on individual survival probability in wild boreal toads.
David S. Pilliod;Erin Muths;Rick D. Scherer;Rick D. Scherer;Paul E. Bartelt.
Conservation Biology (2010)
An evaluation of weather and disease as causes of decline in two populations of boreal toads
Rick D. Scherer;Erin L. Muths;Barry R. Noon;Paul Stephen Corn.
Ecological Applications (2005)
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