Herpetofaunal Disease Resources
PARC Products by National Disease Task Team
- NEW Bsal LISTSERV (click to subscribe)
- NEW Bsal Information Sheet
- Salamander chytrid fungus (Bsal) briefing paper
- Amphibian Declines and Chytridiomycosis
PARC Products by Regional Disease Task Teams
- NEW Environmental DNA (eDNA) Sampling for Amphibian Pathogens
- Download documents at: http://www.separc.org/products/diseases-and-parasites-of-herpetofauna
- ARAV: http://www.arav.org
- USGS ARMI: http://armi.usgs.gov/
- Global Ranavirus Consortium: http://www.ranavirus.org
- Bd Maps: http://www.bd-maps.net
New flyers produced by Environment and Climate Change Canada
- Bsal flyer for the scientific community (French version)
- Bsal flyer for the general public (French version)
- OIE Manual of Diagnostic Tests for Aquatic Animals: http://www.oie.int/international-standard-setting/aquatic-manual/
- Pessier and Mendelson 2010:http://amphibianark.org/pdf/Amphibian_Disease_Manual.pdf
- Infectious Diseases and Pathology of Reptiles:http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9780849323218
- Amphibian Medicine and Captive Husbandry:http://www.krieger-publishing.com/wright.html
- Diseases of Amphibians:http://www.amphibianark.org/pdf/Husbandry/Diseases%20of%20amphibians.pdf
- The AAZV infectious Disease Manual:
Visit our job listings to discover opportunities working with reptiles and amphibians.
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Full-time, part-time, seasonal, graduate programs and many more positions working with herpetofauna.
Herp jobs are posted as a service to the herpetological community.
Instructions for Job Submissions:
PARC's volunteer Web administrators aim to post your job opportunity within 24 hours.
Please review the following points that will help streamline the process:
- Please include a closing date in your announcement or state "open until filled."
- If you do not have a firm closing date, notify us when the position is filled so that the announcement may be removed.
- Announcements will be removed two months after the listed closing date, unless you request otherwise.
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- The preferred file name is "yyyy-mm-dd.pdf"
- Multiple announcements forwarded in the same e-mail should be distinguished by appending "a," "b," "c" and so on.
Instructions for Job Seekers:
- The most current jobs are listed at the top and the web address of the listing reflects the date it was added to the list.
- Please do not send applications or resumes to PARC.
Phoenix Herpetological Society, Scottsdale, AZ (Posted to PARC 3/25/17, Closes June 6, 2017)
Out of Africa Wildlife Park, Camp Verde, AZ (Posted to PARC 3/25/17, Closes June 15, 2017)
UC Davis, Berkeley and Santa Barbara, and the US Forest Service Pacific Wildlife Research Station, Sierra Nevada, CA (Posted to PARC 3/25/17, Open Until Filled)
University of Maine, Orono, ME (Posted to PARC 2/20/17, Open Until Filled)
The Orianne Society, Great Northern Forests, VT (Posted to PARC 2/15/17, Open Until Filled)
Calendar of Events
PARC maintains a running calendar of regional and national meetings and other herp-related events.
PARC operates a national mailing list to keep members and interested parties aware of ongoing events, projects, and information related to amphibian and reptile conservation. If you would like to join this free listserve, please follow this link to add your email to the list.
Department of Defense PARC (DoD PARC) is a new partnership initiative that provides a network through which the military installation biologists, natural resource managers, and professional herpetologists can work together to avoid future mission restrictions while providing stewardship for threatened and endangered herpetofauna. DoD PARC focuses on habitat and species management; inventory, research, and monitoring; and education, outreach, and training. It provides a framework for the effective management of amphibians and reptiles by the military services and their installations. DoD PARC's primary responsibility is to ensure that the DoD has the operational and logistical flexibility necessary for testing and training exercises.
Below are a few publications and resources developed by PARC partners and professionals involved in Reptile and Amphibian conservation across the US and around the world.