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Conservation agreement and strategy, Columbia spotted frog (Rana luteiventris), Great Basin population, Nevada : northeastern subpopulations, Jarbdidge-Independence and Ruby Mountain.

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Alternative: Columbia spotted frog : conservation agreement and strategy 2003

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[Nev.?] :Columbia Spotted Frog Technical Team,2003.

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Columbia spotted frog , Conservation , Elko County , Endangered species , Jarbidge Mountains , Jarbidge Mountains (Nev.) , Nevada , Ruby Mountains Wilderness , Ruby Mountains Wilderness (Nev.)

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Title

Conservation agreement and strategy, Columbia spotted frog (Rana luteiventris), Great Basin population, Nevada : northeastern subpopulations, Jarbdidge-Independence and Ruby Mountain.

Title Variants:

Alternative: Columbia spotted frog : conservation agreement and strategy 2003

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Nevada. Department of Wildlife.
Nevada Natural Heritage Program.
University of Nevada, Reno.
United States. Bureau of Land Management.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
United States. Forest Service.
Brigham Young University.

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[Nev.?] :Columbia Spotted Frog Technical Team,2003.

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Cover title.

"September 2003."

"This Conservation Agreement (Agreement) has been developed to expedite implementation of the conservation measures for the Columbia spotted frog (Rana luteiventris) in the Jarbidge - Independence and the Ruby Mount subpopulation areas, northeastern Nevada, as a collaborative and cooperative effort among resource agencies, governments, and land owners. The desired outcome is to ensure the long-term conservation of the northeastern Nevada (NENV) Columbia spotted frog within its historic range, and to contribute to development of statewide conservation efforts for the Great basin population of the species. The parties to this Agreement believe implementing the conservation measures herein defined will benefit NENV subpopulations of the Columbia spotted frog and could reduce the likelihood for its listing under the Endangered Species act of 1973, as amended"--Page A-1.

Subjects

Columbia spotted frog , Conservation , Elko County , Endangered species , Jarbidge Mountains , Jarbidge Mountains (Nev.) , Nevada , Ruby Mountains Wilderness , Ruby Mountains Wilderness (Nev.)

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QL668.E27 C66 2003

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English

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OCLC: 936090294

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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/272787},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/163281 --- Cover title. --- "September 2003." --- "This Conservation Agreement (Agreement) has been developed to expedite implementation of the conservation measures for the Columbia spotted frog (Rana luteiventris) in the Jarbidge - Independence and the Ruby Mount subpopulation areas, northeastern Nevada, as a collaborative and cooperative effort among resource agencies, governments, and land owners. The desired outcome is to ensure the long-term conservation of the northeastern Nevada (NENV) Columbia spotted frog within its historic range, and to contribute to development of statewide conservation efforts for the Great basin population of the species. The parties to this Agreement believe implementing the conservation measures herein defined will benefit NENV subpopulations of the Columbia spotted frog and could reduce the likelihood for its listing under the Endangered Species act of 1973, as amended"--Page A-1.},
publisher = {[Nev.?] :Columbia Spotted Frog Technical Team,},
author = {Nevada. Department of Wildlife. and Nevada Natural Heritage Program. and University of Nevada, Reno. and United States. Bureau of Land Management. and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. and United States. Forest Service. and Brigham Young University.},
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pages = {60},
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TI - Conservation agreement and strategy, Columbia spotted frog (Rana luteiventris), Great Basin population, Nevada : northeastern subpopulations, Jarbdidge-Independence and Ruby Mountain.
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AU - Nevada Natural Heritage Program.
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