Dataset that provides a direct link to Niue's data hosted on the GBIF website/ records.
Fish species that are responsible for the dissimilarity between Niue and Beveridge Reef. Source Friedlander et al. 2017. Extracted from Niue's 2018 State of Environment (SOE) report.
List of cetacean species reported, or likely to be present in the waters of Niue. Extracted from Friedlander et al 2017 (Exploring the marine ecosystems of Niue and Beveridge Reef. National Geographic Society Pristine Seas, the Government of Niue, Oceans 5 and the Pacific Community. report). Extracted from Niue's 2018 State of Environment (SOE) report
Major biodiversity groups including their status and IUCN Red List category. Extracted from Niue's 2018 SOE
Number of invasive and potentially invasive species in selected PICTs. Source SOCO 2015 (SOCO. 2015. State of Conservation in Oceania. SPREP. Apia, Samoa.) Extracted from Niue's 2018 SOE
The Database of Island Invasive Species Eradications (DIISE) attempts to compile all historical and current invasive vertebrate eradication projects on islands. The vast majority of the dataset is focused on invasive mammals. Data gathered from each project includes island location and characteristics, details about the eradication including focal species, methods and outcome, plus links and or contact details for learning more about the project.
Report to the Government of Niue and the United Nations Development Programme
Invasive Plant Species on Niue following Cyclone Heta by James C. Space, Barbara M. Waterhouse, Melanie Newfield and Cate Bull 2004
Niue's National Invasive Species Strategy and Action Plan 2013-2020
Impacts of Invasive Species on Ecosystem Services 2016
Current State of Knowledge of Cetacean Threats, Diversity and Habitats in the Pacific Islands Region
Sea Turtles As a Flagship Species: Different Perspectives Create Conflicts in the Pacific Islands
A global review of species-specific shark-fin-to-body-mass ratios and relevant legislation
This report assesses the overall state of conservation in the Pacific Islands region of Oceania, that is, the 21 countries and territories covered by SPREP plus Pitcairn Island. The report uses an analysis of 16 indicators chosen in consultation with SPREP and based on the Global Biodiversity Indicator project (http://www.bipindicators.net).