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1996 IUCN red list of threatened animals

The "1994 Red List of Threatened Animals" was a major advance on its predecessors in clarity of layout and amount of information presented. This is taken further in the 1996 edition, which is also the first global compilation to use the complete new IUCN red list category system.

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1996
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Assessing the sustainability of uses of wild species : case studies and initial assessment procedure

The key steps in the attempt to develop guidelines are covered. The introduction sets in context events so far. Part 1 includes the case studies which were used as a resource for drafting material for the assessment procedure and for examining the practicality of the draft guidelines.

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1996
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Conservation de la flore des îles méditerranéennes : 1. Stratégie d'action

With almost 5000 island and islets, the Mediterranean comprises one of the largest groups of islands in the world. With its wealth of species, high degree of endemism, long history and tolerance of all kinds of disruptions, it is of extremely high value to global biodiversity.

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1996
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Palms : their conservation and sustained utilization. Status survey and conservation action plan

Increasing demands on the world's natural resources pose a serious threat to palm biodiversity.

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1996
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Orchids : status survey and conservation action plan

This action plan chronicles the threats faced by wild orchids, but more importantly to critical habitats that host extraordinarily high orchid diversity and endemicity.

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1996
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The cranes : status survey and conservation action plan

The cranes are among the most ancient and distinctive families of birds on earth, yet they are among the world's most threatened groups of birds.

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