Galapagos Atlas

In the face of worldwide environmental deterioration provoking the extinction of thousands of plant and animal species, we must ask ourselves: how far will we be able to maintain biodiversity and ecological processes intact in the Galapagos Islands? What have we done for their conservation? What are the main threats? And what can we do in the long term to achieve the archipelago's conservation objectives? The Atlas of Galapagos, Ecuador: Native and Invasive Species will help us answer such urgent questions. This Atlas is a unique tool of information for the national and international community and an excellent communications tool for the general public, and an essential instrument for decision-making in an environmental management context. It will become a reference work for all those interested in natural sciences and in the protection of the Galapagos Islands.

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This publication is a joint project between the Charles Darwin Foundation and WWF Ecuador.

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The mission of the Charles Darwin Foundation and its Research Station is to tackle the greatest threats and challenges to Galapagos through scientific research and conservation action, in order to safeguard one of the world’s most important natural treasures.

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