Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/1822/83083

TitleA roadmap for the conservation of freshwater mussels in Europe
Author(s)Sousa, Ronaldo Gomes
Zając, Tadeusz
Halabowski, Dariusz
Aksenova, Olga V.
Bespalaya, Yulia V.
Carvalho, Francisco
Castro, Paulo
Douda, Karel
Silva, Janine P. da
Ferreira-Rodríguez, Noé
Geist, Juergen
Gumpinger, Clemens
Labecka, Anna M.
Lajtner, Jasna
Lewin, Iga
Lopes-Lima, Manuel
Meira, Alexandra
Nakamura, Keiko
Nogueira, Joana Garrido
Ondina, Paz
Ozgo, Małgorzata
Reis, Joaquim
Riccardi, Nicoletta
Shumka, Spase
Son, Mikhail O.
Teixeira, Amílcar
Thielen, Frankie
Urbanska, Maria
Varandas, Simone
Wengström, Niklas
Zaj, Katarzyna
Zieritz, Alexandra
Aldridge, David C.
KeywordsEducation
Ecosystem services
Freshwater ecosystems
Governance
Unionida
Issue date1-Jan-2022
PublisherWiley
JournalConservation Biology
CitationSousa, R., Zając, T., Halabowski, D., Aksenova, O. V., Bespalaya, Y. V., Carvalho, F., … Aldridge, D. C. (2022, October 10). A roadmap for the conservation of freshwater mussels in Europe. Conservation Biology. Wiley. http://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13994
Abstract(s)Europe has a long history of human pressure on freshwater ecosystems. As pressure continues to grow and new threats emerge, there is an urgent need for conservation of freshwater biodiversity and its ecosystem services. However, whilst some taxonomic groups, mainly vertebrates, have received a disproportionate amount of attention and funds, other groups remain largely off the public and scientific radar. Freshwater mussels (Bivalvia, Unionida) are an alarming example of this conservation bias and here we point out six conceptual areas that need immediate and long-term attention: knowledge, threats, socioeconomics, conservation, governance and education. The proposed roadmap aims to advance research, policy and education by identifying the most pressing priorities for the short- and long-term conservation of freshwater mussels across Europe.
TypeArticle
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/83083
DOI10.1111/cobi.13994
ISSN0888-8892
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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