Data from: Taxa, petitioning agency, and lawsuits affect time spent awaiting listing under the US Endangered Species Act

Emily E. Puckett, Dylan C. Kesler & D. Noah Greenwald
The United States' Endangered Species Act (ESA) is the world's foremost law for protecting species at risk of extinction; however, species must first be listed as threatened or endangered before receiving protection under the Act. We used an information theoretic approach to assess whether listing budget, policy phase (which was correlated with presidential administration), or both factors were associated with the number of species listed annually between 1983 and 2014. Annual listing rates were positively...
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