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Panduan Amalan Terbaik Survei dan Pemantauan Populasi Kera Besar

Kombinasi ancaman yang saat ini dihadapi kera besar yang tersisa membutuhkan tindakan konservasi yang segera di semua bidang - dari inisiatif di tingkat lapangan, melalui strategi nasional dan regional, hingga ke konvensi dan rencana aksi internasional.

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2010
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Atlas of duck populations in Eastern Europe

This book provides new data on these migratory birds, in a key geographical area for their conservation which provides refuge for the major part of their Palearctic populations.

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2010
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Conservation status and impact of trade on the Oriental Rat Snake Ptyas mucosa in Java, Indonesia

The Oriental Rat Snake Ptyas mucosa has been used in the international skin trade since the early 20th century.

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2010
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Eastern chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) : status survey and conservation action plan 2010-2020

The eastern chimpanzee is classified as “endangered” and of global conservation concern. This publication offers a 10-year plan which, if fully implemented, will go a long way to ensuring the maintenance of viable populations of the eastern chimpanzee across much of its existing range.

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2010
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Sea turtles in the Mediterranean : Distribution, threats and conservation priorities

The Mediterranean Sea is a virtually enclosed basin that is frequented by three sea turtle species. In the last three decades the interest in sea turtles in the Mediterranean has continuously increased, motivated by a growing concern for these threatened animals.

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2010
IUCN Publication

European Red List of saproxylic beetles

The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of c.6,000 European species (mammals, reptiles, amphibians, freshwater fishes, butterflies, dragonflies, and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.

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2010
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European Red List of dragonflies

The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of c.6,000 European species (mammals, reptiles, amphibians, freshwater fishes, butterflies, dragonflies, and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.

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2010
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European Red List of butterflies

The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of c.6,000 European species (mammals, reptiles, amphibians, freshwater fishes, butterflies, dragonflies, and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.

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2010
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American bison : status survey and conservation guidelines 2010

This publication reports on the current status of American bison, in the wild and in conservation herds, and makes recommendations on how to ensure that the species is conserved for the future.

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2010
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Evolution lost : status and trends of the world’s vertebrates

This report has been produced by ZSL in collaboration with WWF, IUCN and SSC. It considers for the first time the current status and trends of global vertebrates in the context of human pressures, with a particular focus on threatened, novel and evolutionary distinct species.

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2010
Non IUCN Publication

Small mammals of Uganda : bats, shrews, hedgehogs, golden-moles, otter-tenrec, elephant-shrews, and hares

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2009
IUCN Grey Literature

Guidelines for appropriate use of Red List data

Designed to encourage and facilitate the use of IUCN Red List data and information to tackle a broad range of important conservation issues. Addresses potential scientific, policy, management and educational uses of IUCN Red List data.

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2009
IUCN Publication

Handbook of the mammals of the world : vol. 1 : carnivores

This first volume in the Handbook of the Mammals of the World series deals with the following families: African Palm Civet; Cats; Linsangs; Civets, Genets and Oyans; Hyenas; Mongooses; Euplerids; Dogs; Bears; Red Panda; Racoons; Skunks; Weasels, Martens, Polecats, Badgers and Otters.

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2009
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Atlas of the Odonata of the Mediterranean and North Africa

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2009
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The conservation status of pelagic sharks and rays : report of the IUCN Shark Specialist Group Pelagic Shark Red List Workshop

In 2007 the Shark Specialist Group convened an expert workshop with the aim of using the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria to assess the conservation status of pelagic sharks and rays.

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2009
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Lignes directrices pour de meilleures pratiques en matière d'inventaire et de suivi des populations de grands singes

Les menaces conjuguées auxquelles font actuellement face les derniers grands singes appellent des mesures de conservation immédiates à tous les niveaux -- des initiatives portant sur des sites particuliers aux conventions et plans d'action internationaux, en passant par les stratégies nationales

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2009
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European Red List of reptiles

The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of c.6,000 European species (mammals, reptiles, amphibians, freshwater fishes, butterflies, dragonflies, and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.

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2009
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European Red List of amphibians

The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of c.6,000 European species (mammals, reptiles, amphibians, freshwater fishes, butterflies, dragonflies, and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.

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2009
Non IUCN Publication

The Jack Snipe : Lymnocryptes minimus

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2008
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Best practice guidelines for surveys and monitoring of great ape populations

The combination of threats currently facing the remaining great apes requires immediate conservation action at all scales – from site-level initiatives, through national and regional strategies, to international conventions and action plans.

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2008
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Threatened amphibians of the world

Amphibians are facing an extinction crisis, but getting to the facts has been difficult.

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2008
Non IUCN Publication

The greater flamingo

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2007
IUCN Grey Literature

Regional conservation strategy for the cheetah and African wild dog in southern Africa

The strategic plan for the species’ conservation in southern Africa recognises the need to (i) build capacity within the region in all fields related to the conservation of cheetah and wild dog, (ii) improve knowledge of the conservation biology of both species, (iii) ensure that information coll

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2007
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Aperçu du statut de conservation des poissons cartilagineux (Chondrichtyens) en mer Méditerranée

With the highest percentage of threatened sharks and rays in the world, the Mediterranean region is in need of regional planning and policy development for the conservation and sustainable management of chondrichthyan fishes.

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2007
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El estado de conservación de los peces cartilaginosos (Condictrios) del Mediterráneo

With the highest percentage of threatened sharks and rays in the world, the Mediterranean region is in need of regional planning and policy development for the conservation and sustainable management of chondrichthyan fishes.

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2007
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Grouse : status survey and conservation action plan 2006-2010

The grouse comprise a group of high profile species that are among the most well-known species in the countries where they occur; they are often considered the embodiment of the landscapes in which they live. Today, many of these species are under threat.

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2007
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Overview of the conservation status of cartilaginous fishes (Chondrichthyans) in the Mediterranean Sea

With the highest percentage of threatened sharks and rays in the world, the Mediterranean region is in need of regional planning and policy development for the conservation and sustainable management of chondrichthyan fishes.

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2007
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Lignes directrices pour de meilleures pratiques en matière de réduction de l’impact de l’exploitation forestière commerciale sur les grands singes en Afrique centrale

Les chances de conserver ces grands singes en danger seront considérablement améliorées si les compagnies forestières sont prêtes à apporter quelques aménagements à leur politique de gestion des concessions forestières.

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2007
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Regional action plan for the conservation of the Cross River Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli)

The Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli) is recognized by IUCN as Critically Endangered, and is the most threatened taxon of ape in Africa. Work during the last two decades has revealed that fewer than 300 Cross River gorillas may remain, spread across an area of about 12,000 km2.

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2007
IUCN Publication

Handbook of European freshwater fishes

This reference work covering 546 native and 33 introduced species is a very important contribution on the biodiversity of freshwater fish species in Europe. Much of the information presented is drawn from original research conducted over 8 years in 24 European countries.

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2007
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Best practice guidelines for reducing the impact of commercial logging on great apes in Western Equatorial Africa

The conservation outlook of these endangered apes will improve significantly if forestry companies are prepared to make a few changes to management policies in logging concessions.

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2007
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The status and distribution of European mammals

Numerous scientific studies show that biodiversity in Europe has been declining rapidly for some time and that this pattern has been matched by the great periods of expansion and intensification of land use.

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2007
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African elephant status report 2007 : an update from the African elephant database

The African Elephant Database is a spatial database used to store, manage, analyze and disseminate information on the distribution and abundance of elephant populations on the African continent, in order to provide a current and accurate picture of the status African elephants.

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2007
Non IUCN Publication

National plan of action for the conservation of albatrosses and petrels

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2006
IUCN Publication

El estado de conservación y la distribución geográfica de reptiles y anfibios en la cuenca del Mediterráneo

The Mediterranean-rim countries hold around 400 million people and 135 million of them live on the coast. A steady migration towards coastal areas, specifically in the south and east of the Mediterranean, is causing pressure on the coastal environment and, more importantly, on its biodiversity.

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2006
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Statut de conservation et répartition géographique des reptiles et amphibiens du bassin méditerranéen

The Mediterranean-rim countries hold around 400 million people and 135 million of them live on the coast. A steady migration towards coastal areas, specifically in the south and east of the Mediterranean, is causing pressure on the coastal environment and, more importantly, on its biodiversity.

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2006
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The status and distribution of cetaceans in the Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea

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2006
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Conservation of Spiny Dogfish Squalus acanthias: A role for CITES?

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2006
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Polar bears : proceedings of the 14th Working meeting of the IUCN/SSC Polar Bear Specialist Group, 20-24 June 2005, Seattle, Washington, USA

These proceedings provide an overview of the ongoing research and management activities on polar bears in the circumpolar arctic. Together with the previous 13 proceedings, they provide an historic record of international efforts in protecting, studying and managing polar bears.

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2006
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Status of freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) in Song Hinh district, Phu Yen province, Viet Nam

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2006
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Siamese crocodile in Lao PDF : preliminary status review of the Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis SCHNEIDER, 1801) (Reptilia: crocodylia) in Lao People's Democratic Republic

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2006
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The Iberian lynx : extinction or recovery ?

This publication describes the very urgent situation regarding the Iberian Lynx. Its position on IUCN’s red list as critically endangered indicates that the chances of extinction are quite real.

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2006
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Guide to Sinharaja : a biodiversity hotspot of the world

This publication will serve as a concise guide to the Sinharaja rainforest, by providing tips and advice to visitors, and information with regards to its cultural importance. Descriptions and checklists have also been provided for some of the plant and animal species found in this rainforest.

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The fauna of Sri Lanka : status of taxonomy, research and conservation

Taxonomic research on the faunal groups of Sri Lanka has undergone tremendous growth since the 1990s, resulting in the discovery and scientific description of several new species.

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2006
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Towards European biodiversity monitoring : assessment, monitoring and reporting of conservation status of European habitats and species

The latest IUCN Red List shows that a third of all amphibians, one in eight birds and a quarter of all mammals are under threat globally.

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IUCN Publication

The status and distribution of reptiles and amphibians of the Mediterranean basin

The Mediterranean-rim countries hold around 400 million people and 135 million of them live on the coast. A steady migration towards coastal areas, specifically in the south and east of the Mediterranean, is causing pressure on the coastal environment and, more importantly, on its biodiversity.

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Flora e fauna d'Italia : mammiferi, uccelli, pesci delle acque interne, orchidee

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2005
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Plan d'action régional pour la conservation des chimpanzés et des gorilles en Afrique Centrale

In some areas of western equatorial Africa, ape populations have declined by more than 50% over the last twenty years. By far the most serious short-term threats to apes in this region are poaching and disease epidemics.

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Plan d'action régional pour la conservation des chimpanzés en Afrique de l'Ouest

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2005
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Regional action plan for the conservation of chimpanzees and gorillas in Western Equatorial Africa

In some areas of western equatorial Africa, ape populations have declined by more than 50% over the last twenty years. By far the most serious short-term threats to apes in this region are poaching and disease epidemics.

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