IUCN Red List of Threatened Species - Mediterranean Regional Assessment

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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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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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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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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 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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2006
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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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