Emerging amphibian diseases and disease surveillance in Queensland - Stage 1 (January 2006 - January 2007)
Threat Abatement Project ID: CERF
Australian Government Department of the Environment and Water Resources, March 2007
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About this project
The aim of this project was to commence investigations into Emerging Amphibian Diseases and Disease Surveillance in Queensland, a three-year research programme being carried out by the Amphibian Disease Ecology Group at James Cook University.
Stage 1 of this project has three components, as outlined below. All research activities were carried out under an approved Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service Scientific Purposes Permit (WISP03866106) and James Cook University Animal Ethics Application (A1085).