Using the ancient past for establishing current threat in poorly inventoried regions
The need for a global priority list for threatened plants has been widely recognized by the conservation community, yet the threatened status of the majority of the world's plants species remains poorly known. This is especially true in the tropics and the oceanic islands of the Pacific, where progress towards the targets of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC) 2011-2020 is hindered by the paucity of complete species distribution data. Here we outline a new methodology to undertake...[Show more]
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