European Red List of Trees. Rivers, M. C., Beech, E., Bazos, I., Bogunić, F., Buira, A., Caković, D., Carapeto, A., Carta, A., Cornier, B., Fenu, G., Fernandes, F., Fraga i Arguimbau, P., Garcia-Murillo, P. J., Lepší, M., Matevski, V., Medina, F. M., Menezes de Sequeira, M., Meyer, N., Mikoláš, V., Montagnani, C., Monteiro-Henriques, T., Naranjo-Suárez, J., Orsenigo, S., Petrova, A., Reyes-Betancort, J. A., Rich, T., Salvesen, P. H., Santana-López, I., Scholz, S., Sennikov, A., Shuka, L., Silva, L. F., Thomas, P., Troia, A., Villar, J. L., & Allen, D. J. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
European Red List of Trees [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level – in order that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This publication summarises results for all Europe’s native species of tree (454 species), of which 265 species (over 58%) are endemic to continental Europe, with 56% (252 species) endemic to the 28 EU Member States. Of these, 168 (42%) of the species are threatened with extinction at the European level, however, for 57 species (nearly 13%) there was insufficient information to assign a conservation status, and are therefore classified as Data Deficient, and in need of further research. The main threat to tree species in Europe has been identified as invasive or problematic species, impacting 38% of tree species, followed by deforestation and wood harvesting, and urban development (both affecting 20% of tree species). For threatened species, livestock farming, land abandonment, changes in forest and woodland management, and other ecosystem modifications such as fire are the major threats, impacting the survival of trees.
@book{riversEuropeanRedList2019,
  title = {European {{Red List}} of Trees},
  author = {Rivers, Malin C. and Beech, Emily and Bazos, Ioannis and Bogunić, Faruk and Buira, Antoni and Caković, Danka and Carapeto, André and Carta, Angelino and Cornier, Bruno and Fenu, Giuseppe and Fernandes, Francisco and Fraga i Arguimbau, Pere and Garcia-Murillo, Pablo J. and Lepší, Martin and Matevski, Vlado and Medina, Félix M. and Menezes de Sequeira, Miguel and Meyer, Norbert and Mikoláš, Vlastimil and Montagnani, Chiara and Monteiro-Henriques, Tiago and Naranjo-Suárez, José and Orsenigo, Simone and Petrova, Antoaneta and Reyes-Betancort, J. Alfredo and Rich, Tim and Salvesen, Per Harald and Santana-López, Isabel and Scholz, Stephan and Sennikov, Alexander and Shuka, Lulëzim and Silva, Luís Filipe and Thomas, Philip and Troia, Angelo and Villar, José Luis and Allen, David J.},
  date = {2019},
  publisher = {{International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)}},
  location = {{Cambridge, UK and Brussels, Belgium}},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.CH.2019.ERL.1.en},
  urldate = {2019-10-03},
  abstract = {The European Red List is a review of the status of European species according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines. It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the regional level – in order that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. This publication summarises results for all Europe’s native species of tree (454 species), of which 265 species (over 58\%) are endemic to continental Europe, with 56\% (252 species) endemic to the 28 EU Member States. Of these, 168 (42\%) of the species are threatened with extinction at the European level, however, for 57 species (nearly 13\%) there was insufficient information to assign a conservation status, and are therefore classified as Data Deficient, and in need of further research. The main threat to tree species in Europe has been identified as invasive or problematic species, impacting 38\% of tree species, followed by deforestation and wood harvesting, and urban development (both affecting 20\% of tree species). For threatened species, livestock farming, land abandonment, changes in forest and woodland management, and other ecosystem modifications such as fire are the major threats, impacting the survival of trees.},
  isbn = {978-2-8317-1986-3},
  keywords = {~INRMM-MiD:z-U49B75EC,endangered-species,europe,forest-resources,plant-diversity,reference-manual,species-distribution,species-diversity,species-richness,vegetation},
  langid = {english}
}
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