Conservation Status


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    Director, Species Science
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  1. NatureServe
    Lead Botanist
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  1. NatureServe
    Senior Research Ecologist
    703-908-1816
  1. NatureServe
    Director of Science Information Resources
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Determining which species and ecosystems are thriving and which are rare or declining is crucial for targeting conservation toward elements of biodiversity in greatest need. NatureServe and its network members use a suite of factors to assess the conservation status of plants, animals, and ecological systems and communities.

Nodding yucca (Yucca cernua) is a G1 species, known from fewer than a dozen populations in southeast Texas. Photo by Sam Sheline | NatureServe.
  1. InfoNatura

    ProductData, Maps & Tools
  2. Dimensions of Biodiversity

    Project
  3. Global Reptile Assessment

    Project
  4. Global Amphibian Assessment

    Project
  5. Species at Risk on DoD Installations

    Project
  6. Biodiversity Indicators Dashboard

    Project
  7. Biodiversity at Risk in Isolated Wetlands

    PublicationJournal ArticleNational Wetlands Newsletter
  8. Biodiversity Values of Geographically Isolated Wetlands in the United States

    Project

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