Create microclimate and microhabitat refuges
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Background information and definitions
Refuge habitats can provide amphibians with microclimates that they require to keep them at the correct temperature and humidity, protecting them from extreme temperatures and dehydration. Refuges, such as log piles, vegetation cover or ponds can be created for amphibians to help to reduce exposure to stressful conditions as a result of climate change.