The Atlas of Galapagos: Native and Invasive Species

01 Jan 18 /


The Atlas of Galapagos, Ecuador: Native and Invasive Species is a crucial resource in understanding and addressing environmental challenges in the Galapagos Islands. This comprehensive publication provides valuable insights into biodiversity conservation, highlighting key threats and conservation objectives. A must-have for researchers, policymakers, and anyone passionate about protecting this unique ecosystem.

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

Language: Spanish

Description sheets of groups, from the Galapagos Atlas
Galapagos Atlas
Date: 2018
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Andres Cruz

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