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
With more than 40 percent of Alaska cover in wetlands, achieving "no net loss" of those ecosystems is especially challenging. Here, the authors provide a framework for prioritizing, assessing, and mitigating impacts to wetlands habitats. PublicationScientific Report
To help New York State integrate climate change considerations into its Wildlife Action Plan, the New York Natural Heritage Program assessed the relative vulnerability of 119 of the state's Species of Greatest Conservation Need.PublicationScientific Report
This report ranks the relative climate change vulnerability of 185 animal and plant species in West Virginia. Most species were selected based on their status as Species of Greatest Conservation Need within the West Virginia Wildlife Conservation Action Plan.PublicationScientific ReportWest Virginia Division of Natural Resources