Community structure, species-habitat relationship and conservation of amphibians in forested vernal pools in the Georgian Bay region of Ontario.
Forested vernal pools serve an integral role in the recruitment of amphibians in glaciated northeastern North America. In south-central Ontario, vernal pools exist in relatively unimpacted forest networks, but the amphibian communities face uncertain challenges from Read More
Detection of potential vernal pools on the Canadian Shield (Ontario) using object-based image analysis in combination with machine learning
Vernal pools are small, temporary, forested wetlands of ecological importance with a high sensitivity to changing climate and land-use patterns. These ecosystems are under consider- able development pressure in southeastern Georgian Bay, where mapping techniques are required to Read More