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Calculating population reductions of invertebrate species for IUCN Red List assessments

Population reductions are often used to assess extinction risk of species in the IUCN Red List. Guidelines for Red List assessments describe specific methods for calculating the amount of reduction for species with strongly fluctuating populations. Recently, an alternative approach that involves expert opinion has been suggested for calculating population reduction in insect species. We argue that, while populations with high temporal variability do present challenges, the alternative suggestion is unnecessary, and inconsistent with the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria.

Details

Type A1: Web of Science-artikel
Categorie Onderzoek
Tijdschrift Journal of insect conservation
Issns 1366-638X|1572-9753
Uitgeverij Springer Netherlands
Taal Engels
Bibtex

@book{43cf2835-1d43-4b60-8161-e79055fed456, title = "Calculating population reductions of invertebrate species for IUCN Red List assessments", author = "H. Reşit Akçakaya and Axel Hochkirch and Jason T. Bried and Roy H. A. van Grunsven and John P. Simaika and Geert De Knijf and Sérgio Henriques", year = "2021", doi = "https://doi.org/10.1007/s10841-021-00303-0", language = "Engels", series = "Journal of insect conservation", publisher = "Springer Netherlands", number = "", address = "België", }

Auteurs

H. Reşit Akçakaya
Axel Hochkirch
Jason T. Bried
Roy H. A. van Grunsven
John P. Simaika
Geert De Knijf
Sérgio Henriques