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The problem of destroying amphibians by the use of pesticides in the proximity of water bodies has been a matter of concern since the late sixties. This premier volume provides comprehenisve and timely information on the effects of a large collection of chemicals on amphibians, discussing both laboratory and field experiments. This book is essential reading for toxicologists, industrial hygienists, government regulators, consulting engineers and scientists working in the environmental sciences.