Central American tree frog

Michael Springborn and Joakim Weill find a connection between the decline of amphibian populations and increased malaria cases

New research in Environmental Research Letters shows that massive amphibian die offs due to a fungal pathogen in Central America led to increases in cases of malaria. This research on the previously unknown impact of amphibian decline was conducted by Professor Michael Springborn, recent PhD graduate Joakim Weill and additional collaborators.  This research was featured on the UC Davis News site 

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