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 WorldPublicationJournal 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
A brief overview of the diversity, natural history, conservation status, and management of North American bumble bees, genus Bombus. Eight species from three subgenera have declined drastically during the last two decades.PublicationScientific Report
How do the ecosystem and economic benefits of traditional mitigation approaches compare with progressive approaches to Clean Water Act or Endangered Species Act compensatory mitigation?PublicationScientific Report
This illuminating and instructive book explores New Hampshire's stunning mosaic of natural communities, taking the reader on a tour of landscapes as varied as alpine meadows, tidal marshes, riverbanks, forests, ponds, dunes, and cliffs. Based on more than twenty years of ecological research, the New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau developed the classification of the nearly 200 types of natural community presented in this essential guide.PublicationBook
This 2011 update to a 2004 report finds that while the number of species at risk on DoD installations went nearly unchanged, the species comprising the list changed fairly significantly.PublicationScientific Report