• Red List of Threatened Species TM
• An Integrated Wetland Assessment Toolkit: a guide to good practice
• General training materials for IUCN Red List assessments.
• The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Categories and Criteria
• Guidelines for using the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Categories and Criteria
• Guidelines for application of the IUCN Red List Criteria at Regional Levels
• Rehabilitating Coastal Ecosystems in a Post-Tsunami Context: Consolidation Phase
• How much is an ecosystem worth? Assessing the economic value of conservation
• Analytic Framework for Assessing Factors that Influence Sustainability of Uses of Wild Living Natural Resources
• (Guidelines to) Identifying important sites for conservation of freshwater biodiversity: extending the species-based approach
• The World Heritage List: Guidance and Future Priorities for Identifying Natural Heritage of Potential Outstanding Universal Value
• Resilience Assessment of coral reefs: Assessment protocol for coral reefs, focusing on coral bleaching and thermal stress.
Obura, D.O. and Grimsdith, G. (eds.) 2009.
This protocol defines some basic resilience indicators that can be quantified using rapid assessment methods. These will serve two primary purposes: 1) to provide simple methods that are applicable in a wide variety of developing country settings; and 2) to provide a first assessment of outcomes in coral reef conservation. Although Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) cannot prevent the stresses that cause coral bleaching.
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• Monitoring functional groups of herbivorous reef fishes as indicators of coral reef resilience: A practical guide for coral reef managers in the Asia Pacific region.
Green, A.L. and Bellwood, D.R. 2009.
Herbivores play a critical role in coral reef resilience by limiting the establishment and growth of algal communities that impede coral recruitment. this document provides practical advice to field practitioners. Key functional groups of herbivores are identified, species are assigned to each functional group, and methods are provided for monitoring their abundance, biomass and size structure.
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