Conservationists are striving to assess all of the world’s terrestrial, freshwater, marine, and subterranean ecosystems by 2025, and to create the first IUCN Red List of Ecosystems of the World.PublicationJournal ArticleS.A.P.I.E.N.S.
This report outlines the use of the NatureServe Climate Change Vulnerability Index to assess 17 high-priority species inhabiting the Lake Simcoe watershed, Ontario, Canada. PublicationScientific ReportApplied Research and Development, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Natural Resources
The conservation status factors used by NatureServe, its member programs, and their collaborators are organized into three broad categories: rarity, trends, and threats. This revised publication defines the factors and subscribes a series of conditions for whether, and how, each status factor should be used.PublicationScientific Report
NatureServe and its partners describe the development of a “climate change vulnerability index” that serves the needs of wildlife managers for a practical, multifaceted rapid assessment tool.PublicationBook ChapterWildlife Conservation in a Changing Climate