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Research at present is concerned with the ongoing population reductions and extinctions of amphibians around the world in general and in California in particular, especially in the Sierra Nevada, and the role of environmental pesticides as the main agents of these extinctions.

Dr. Cory has been deeply involved in the study of African Clawed Toads and local salamander reproduction.

Contact Information

Office: Brousseau Hall - 104
Phone: 4430
Fax: 376-4027
Mail: P.O. Box 4507

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Education/Academic qualification

A.B. Zoology, University of California - Berkeley

Ph.D. Biology, University of Notre Dame

External positions

Fellow, California Academy of Sciences

… → Jan 1 1965

Science Faculty Fellow, National Science Foundation

… → Jan 1 1973

Disciplines

  • Biology