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IUCN Publication

Freshwater biodiversity in the Lake Victoria Basin

The Lake Victoria Basin is internationally recognised for its high freshwater species diversity and endemism, which are of critical importance to local livelihoods and national economies within the basin.

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2018
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in Madagascar and the Indian Ocean islands hotspot

The inland waters of Madagascar and the Indian Ocean islands hotspot support a high diversity of aquatic species with high levels of endemism.

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2018
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Freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas in the north-western Mediterranean sub-region

The Mediterranean Basin biodiversity hotspot is known to be one of the most biologically rich and complex regions on Earth.

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2017
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A proposal for assessing species benefits at a landscape scale and aggregating data within the Species Information Service at IUCN

A workshop was held in Cambridge between March 20-22, 2017, to bring together the PiN team and the Global Species Programme (GSP) and TRAFFIC to discuss the inclusion of data from PiN landscape assessments within the Species Information Services (SIS), building on discussions held over the last f

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2017
IUCN Publication

Les zones clés pour la biodiversité d'eau douce dans le hotspot du bassin méditerranéen

Le hotspot  (point chaud) de la biodiversité du bassin méditerranéen est bien connu pour l'importance que sa biodiversité revêt à l'échelle mondiale, mais l'importance de la biodiversité d'eau douce n'était pas reconnue précédemment.

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2015
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in the eastern Mediterranean

The Eastern Mediterranean region supports just over 4.4% of the global human population yet contains only 1.1% of its renewable water resources, which are under constant threat from the impacts of unsustainable water withdrawal, dam development and climate change.

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2014
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Freshwater key biodiversity areas in the Mediterranean basin hotspot

While the Mediterranean basin biodiversity hotspot is well known for its globally important biodiversity, its freshwater biodiversity has not been as widely recognized for its importance.

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2014
IUCN Publication

Évaluation de la valeur socio-économique des espèces d'eau douce en Afrique du Nord

Ce projet vise à évaluer la valeur socio-économique des espèces d'eau douce en Afrique du Nord, dans le cadre des menaces pesant sur les espèces identifiées et documentées précédemment par la Liste rouge de l'UICN des espèces menacéesTM.

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2012
IUCN Publication

Evaluación del valor socio-económico de especies de agua dulce en la región del norte de África

Este proyecto pretende evaluar el valor socio-económico de especies de agua dulce a lo largo de la región del norte de África en el contexto de las amenazas para esas especies tal y como se ha determinado y documentado previamente en la Lista Roja de la UICN de especies amenazadas.

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2012
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in Indo-Burma

Our knowledge of species diversity within the inland waters of Indo-Burma is poorly documented and the region remains relatively under-surveyed.

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2012
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Assessment of the socio-economic value of freshwater species for the northern African region

This project aims to assess the socioeconomic value of freshwater species across the northern African region within the context of the threats to those species as previously determined and documented by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

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2012
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in the Western Ghats, India

The Western Ghats is one of the world’s most heavily populated biodiversity hotspots providing for and supporting 400 million people through water for drinking, transport, irrigation, and hydroelectric power, together with food and resources to sustain livelihoods.

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2011
IUCN Publication

Identification et analyse des lacunes des Zones clés de la biodiversité : cibles pour des systèmes complets d'aires protégées

Des zones importantes pour la conservation des oiseaux ainsi que des zones importantes pour les plantes ont déjà été identifiées dans plus de 170 pays.

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2011
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in central Africa

One of the main reasons cited for inadequate representation of biodiversity in the development processes is a lack of readily available information on inland water taxa.

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2011
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The diversity of life in African freshwaters : under water, under threat : an analysis of the status and distribution of freshwater species throughout mainland Africa

This volume gives the most up-to-date information on the distributions and conservation status of species in all inland water ecosystems across mainland continental Africa and the reasons behind their declining status.

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2011
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in western Africa

Lack of readily available information on the status and distribution of inland water taxa in western Africa explains why biodiversity is often poorly represented within the development planning process.

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2009
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An integrated wetland assessment toolkit : a guide to good practice

For billions of people throughout the world – especially the poorest – wetlands are critical for livelihoods. Wetlands are also home to an enormous diversity of wildlife, much of it unique to freshwater habitats.

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2009
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in southern Africa

Biodiversity within inland water ecosystems in southern Africa is highly diverse and of great importance to livelihoods and economies, however, development activities are not always compatible with the conservation of this diversity and it is poorly represented in the development planning process

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2009
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Integrating people in conservation planning

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2008
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An integrated assessment of the biodiversity, livelihood and economic value of wetlands in Mtanza-Msona village, Tanzania

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2008
IUCN Grey Literature

El estado y la distribución de los peces endémicos de agua dulce en la cuenca del Mediterráneo

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2007
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Identification and gap analysis of key biodiversity areas : targets for comprehensive protected area systems

Important Bird Areas and Important Plant Areas have already been identified in more than 170 countries.

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2007
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The status and distribution of freshwater fish endemic to the Mediterranean basin

Freshwater in the Mediterranean basin is of huge economic, environmental and livelihood importance. However, with a growing population and an increasing number of tourists, the freshwater resources are under great pressure.

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2006
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The status and distribution of freshwater biodiversity in eastern Africa

Biodiversity within inland water ecosystems in Eastern Africa is highly diverse and of great importance to livelihoods and economies, however, development activities are not always compatible with the conservation of this diversity and it is poorly represented in the development planning process.

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2005