Center for North American Herpetology

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    The Center for North American Herpetology has been established to play a pivotal role in identifying and, where possible, rewarding the research efforts of those individuals investigating problems that will clarify the biodiversity of North America's herpetofauna. It is vitally important to do so, lest undiscovered species pass into extinction before they can be revealed by modern investigation. Through encouragement by its Board of Directors, CNAH hopes to enhance this process of discovery and disseminate as widely as possible the information gleaned from it to those herpetologists interested in the herpetofauna of the United States and Canada. In this manner, CNAH hopes to escalate the research efforts of other individuals and organizations so that populations of all amphibian, chelonian, reptilian, and crocodilian taxa eventually known to inhabit the United States and Canada will be preserved for future generations of citizens to enjoy and study.

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