UGA scientists find climate change affects amphibian breeding

Red and Black: If you hear frogs calling and it seems like the wrong time of year, scientists say it may be due to climate change. Researchers from the University Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, writing in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, suggest that the breeding periods of several salamander and frog species have shifted over the last thirty years, possibly due to changes in temperature and precipitation patterns. Here is a picture of a eurycea, and amphibean which has changed the timing of its annual......

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