This brochure on the Norwegian Red List of Species 2015 tells you what a red list is and why we have them, and provides a short introduction to how red-list assessments are carried out. It also describes some of the results in this edition of the Red List using examples of particular species and species groups.
This report summarizes the state of knowledge in Norway concerning insect pollination. It also goes on to examine pollination as an ecosystem service and the consequences human pressures have on this complex interaction. The report identifies gaps in our knowledge and proposes measures to remedy them.
Alien species in Norway – with the Norwegian Black List 2012 presents an overview of alien species in Norway and of ecological impact assessments of alien species which reproduce in Norwegian territories.
The publication is a national risk assessment of ecosystems and habitat types, covering all terrestrial, freshwater and marine systems.
The Norwegian Red List contains risk assessments for species extinction in Norway. Altogether 21 000 species have been evaluated, resulting in 4599 red listed species.
This book presents information about environmental conditions and impacts for Red list species in nine environments in Norway, and for Svalbard.