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New paper: Funding and publication rates in Herpetology

2019-10-07T04:41:37-05:00October 7th, 2019|Latest News|

This recent manuscript talks about funding allocation and knowledge in herpetofauna groups. The author has reviewed the literature and funding bodies during 2008-2018, from 14 research journals, five research funding agencies and six on-ground conservation agencies.

It shows that over the last 10 years an immense amount of grants and publications […]

Emerging infectious disease threats to European herpetofauna

2019-10-01T14:55:17-05:00October 1st, 2019|Latest News|

In recent years it has become apparent that emerging infectious diseases threaten the global community of both reptiles and amphibians. Despite warning calls from herpetologists for decades, this threat has only recently been recognised – particularly in amphibians. As time has progressed we have learned more and more as to […]

Endangered Wildlife Trust wins prestigious international award

2019-09-27T05:54:50-05:00September 27th, 2019|Latest News, Partner Updates|

The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), an Amphibian Survival Alliance partner, is extremely proud to announce that two of its programmes, the Wildlife and Energy and Wildlife and Transport programmes, were recipients last night of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET) International Stewardship Award for their innovative and holistic […]

Apply today for the NEW Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) Conservation Grants

2019-09-18T06:42:00-05:00September 18th, 2019|Amphibian Survival Alliance, Latest News, Partner Updates|

We are very pleased to announce the launch of ASA Conservation Grants, in partnership with Amphibian Ark Conservation Grants. These grants are only available to ASA partners, and are awarded in honour of Dr. George B. Rabb (1930-2017), an ardent supporter of amphibians and all those who care for them​. […]