The Canadian Herpetologist /
The Canadian Herpetologist (TCH) is a publication that is produced twice annually by the
Canadian Herpetological Society. Each issue of TCH includes feature articles, field notes, a list of
recent publications, student thesis abstracts, news and other information of interest to the
Canadian herpetological community.
Editor: Nick Cairns
Assistant editor: Meghan Ward
CHS members can view all issues of TCH via
ZenScientist. The two most recent
issues (rolling window) are only available to CHS members.
If you are not a CHS member, you can sign up now to gain access to
these issues. All other issues of TCH are available here:
Volume 9, Number 1 — Fall, 2019
Volume 8, Number 1 — Fall, 2018
Volume 7, Number 1 — Fall, 2017
Volume 6, Number 2 — Fall, 2016
Volume 6, Number 1 — Spring, 2016
Volume 5, Number 2 — Fall, 2015
Volume 5, Number 1 — Spring, 2015
Volume 4, Number 2 — Fall, 2014
Volume 4, Number 1 — Spring, 2014
Volume 3, Number 2 — Fall, 2013
Volume 3, Number 1 — Spring, 2013
Volume 2, Number 2 — Fall, 2012
Volume 2, Number 1 — Spring, 2012
Volume 1, Number 2 — Fall, 2011
Volume1, Number 1 — Spring 2011
Volume1, Number 1 — Spring 2011 Student Supplement
Contribute to TCH
Submissions to the next issue of TCH are always welcome. All submissions should be relevant
to Canadian herpetofauna or other topics related to Canadian herpetology. Submissions by Canadian
herpetologists about research or programs they have been involved with outside of Canada are also
considered for publication.
- Citations of recent (within the last 2 years) publications relevant to Canadian herpetology
that have not already been listed in TCH. If the publication was "in press" in the previous
issue, we will re-list it in the upcoming issue with the full citation information.
- Abstracts of student theses (4th year, M.Sc., Ph.D.) that have not already been listed in
a previous issue of TCH.
- Feature articles on topics such as ecology, genetics, taxonomy, conservation issues, field
techniques, recovery programs, etc.
- Field notes outlining the results of recent herpetological work.
- News, announcements, job postings, collaboration opportunities or any other information that
may be of interest to Canadian amphibian and reptile researchers and conservation
Correspondence should be addressed to the editors and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org