|Chris Brown is a biologist with the US Geological Survey's San Diego Field Station currently working on integration of research studies on multiple taxa. Locally, he has been studying reptiles and amphibians of Southern California since 1995, in particular, impacts of urbanization, wildfire and exotics on native species. Current projects include studying restoration and captive rearing of the western pond turtle and the impacts of fire on the arroyo toad.|
|Special interests: Reptiles and amphibians of California and Baja California.|
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|Email address for Chris Brown:
cwbrown[AT]usgs.gov (Replace the [AT] with the @ symbol before sending an email.)|
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