None of our projetcs would have been possible without the support of a large number of partner organisations and collaborators.
The SRLI project team would like to thank:
Adelphi University, Applied Biomathematics, Arafura Timor Research Facility, Bermuda Biological Station for Research / CephBase, Biodiversity Synthesis Centre Chicago, BIOSCAPE, Bournemouth University, Brigham Young University, British Antarctic Survey, Butterfly Conservation, CABI, California Academy of Sciences, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS), Charles Darwin University, Charles University Prague, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Clemson University, CONABIO, Deakin University, Département de l'Étude du milieu naturel et agricole (Belgium), Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (Cairns, Australia), Edith Cowan University, Essex Wildlife Trust, European Environment Agency, FishBase, Game and Fisheries Research (Finland), Griffith University, Group on Earth Observations Secretariat, Hokkaido Fisheries Experimental Station, Humboldt State University, Illinois Natural History Survey, Imperial College London, Institute of Botany (Chinese Academy of Sciences), International Association of Astacology, JNCC, IUCN SSC Anoline Lizard Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Chameleon Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Crocodile Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Iguana Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Sea Snake Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Shark Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Butterfly Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Freshwater Crab and Crayfish Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Mollusc Specialist Group, IUCN SSC Dragonfly Specialist Group, La Trobe University, Macquarie University, Missouri Botanical Gardens, National Agricultural Research Foundation (Greece), National Instiute for Public Health and the Environment (The Netherlands), National Museum of Natural History of Spain, National Museum of Nature and Science (Tokyo), National Science Foundation, National Taiwan Ocean University, National University of Ireland (Galway) / AlgaeBase, Natural History Museum, NatureServe, NERC Centre for Population Biology, NOAA, North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, North of England Zoological Society / Chester Zoo, Office fédéral de l'environnement (Berne, Switzerland), Queens University Belfast, RAMAS, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, ScarabNet, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, South African National Biodiversity Institute, Species 2000, State University of New York, Statistics Netherlands, St. Petersburg Scientific Research Center, Swedish Board of Fisheries, Swedish Species Information Center, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow, and Landscape Research, Technical University of Denmark, Texas A&M University, The Eden Project, The Federal University of Amazonas, The Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, The National Autonomous University of Mexico, The Nature Conservancy, The University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Universidade do Vale do Itajai, Università di Firenze, Université de Poitiers, University Koblenz-Landau, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, University of Alberta, University of Auburn, University of Bangor, University of Cambridge, University of East Anglia, University of Guam, University of Hong Kong, University of Kansas, University of Kuopio, University of Marburg, University of Prešov, University of Queensland, University of Quintana Roo (Mexico), University of Salzburg, University of St Andrews, University of Tasmania, University of York, Unviersity of Braunschweig, U.S. Geological Survey, West University of Timisoara, World Dragonfly Association, Zoological Museum of Copenhagen
The Living Planet Index team would like to thank:
Richard Gregory and the European Bird Census Council for data from the Pan-European Common Bird Monitoring scheme; the Global Population Dynamics Database from the Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College London; Derek Pomeroy, Betty Lutaaya and Herbert Tushabe for data from the National Biodiversity Database, Makerere University Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, Uganda; Kristin Thorsrud Teien and Jorgen Randers, WWF-Norway; Pere Tomas-Vives, Christian Perennou, Driss Ezzine de Blas and Patrick Grillas, Tour du Valat, Camargue, France; Parks Canada; David Henry, Kluane Ecological Monitoring Project; Lisa Wilkinson, Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division; Juan Diego López Giraldo, the Environmental Volunteer Programme in Natural Areas of Murcia Region, Spain.
The Regional Red List team would like to thank:
ArtDatabanken, CBSG-South Asia, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnologicas (CRICYT, Argentina), COSEWIC, Department of Conservation (New Zealand), Department of Forests (Cyprus), Deptartment of Conservation Ecology and Entomology & Centre for Agricultural Biodiversity (South Africa), Enciclopedia de la Flora Chilena, Environmental Change Institute (Oxford University), Finnish Environment Institute, Humboldt Institute (Columbia ), Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (Estonia), Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas (IVIC), Instytut Ochrony Przyrody PAN (Poland), Israel Minstry of the Environment, JNCC, Ministry of Environment (Prague), Ministry of Environment (Japan), Ministry of Nature and Environment (MNE), Museo de Historia Natural-Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marco (Peru), Office fédéral de l'environnement (Berne, Switzerland), South African National Biodiversity Institute, Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde (Germany), State institute for Nature Protection (Croatia), The University of Texas, Tidewater Inc (USA), USFWS
Louise Allcock, James Balboa, Tim Blackburn, Viola Clausnitzer, Patrick Coin, Paul Crump, Aljos Farjon, Thomas Galewski, James Godwin, Simon Harding, Martin Harvey, Zeb Hogan, Kay Holekamp, Ron Holt, Jeff Jeffords, Jens Kipping, Donald Leroi, Owen Lewis, Suzanne Livingstone, Francisco José López-López, Chris Lukhaup, Gerry Marantelli, Peter Ng, Dennis Paulson, Linda Pitkin, Hsi-Te Shih, Ruchira Somaweera, Ian Stephen, Ken Thomas, Tim Utteridge, Michael van Woert, Charlie Veron, Laurie Vitt, Linda Wade, Emily Watson, Andreas Werth, John White, Brad Wilson, Keith Wilson