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Abstract Albania possesses a wide range of ecological systems including coastal zones, estuaries and lagoons, lakes and wetlands, grasslands, middle-low altitude coppice forests, high altitude forests, alpine vegetation and glacial areas. The country possesses about 3,250 species of vascular...
Abstract The deep-sea is characterized by four stable physical variables: hydrostatic pressure, temperature, salinity and oxygen. This harsh environment is comprised of diverse benthic faunal groups. Presently these organisms are at threat due to the increasing interest of mankind in the...
Life on Earth is disappearing fast and will continue to do so unless urgent action is taken, according to the 2007 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. There are now 41,415 species on the IUCN Red List and 16,306 of them are threatened with extinction, up from 16,118 last year. The total number...
“Maintaining maximum biological diversity assumes far greater urgency as the world becomes increasingly threatened by rapid climatic change. The loss of each additional species reduces the options for nature and people to respond to changing conditions.” - Jeffrey McNeely, IUCN Chief Scientist
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