Galapagos Research Vol. 66

formerly Noticias de Galápagos

Journal of Science and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands

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  • S. Banks, S. J. Henderson, T.P. Dawson, 2009, Galápagos conservation: impact mitigation, mapping and monitoring - Galapagos Research 66: 3-5
  • Adrienne M.S. Correa, Bernhard Riegel, Iliana B. Baums, Peter W. Glynn, 2009, Rapid recovery of a coral reef at Darwin island, Galápagos Islands - Galapagos Research 66: 6-13
  • Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr., James D. Reimer, 2009, Preliminary survey of Zooxanthellate zoanthids (Cnideria: Hexacorallia) of the Galápagos, and associated symbiotic dinoflagellates (Symbiodinium spp.) - Galapagos Research 66: 14-19
  • Felicity Jarvie, Femke Reitsma, Terence P. Dawson, 2009, A habitat suitability model for predicting coral community and reef distribution in the Galápagos Islands - Galapagos Research 66: 20-66
  • Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr., Gary C. Williams, Odalisca Breedy, 2009, Octocorals in the Galápagos islands - Galapagos Research 66: 27-31
  • Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr., 2009, Evolutionary responses of marine invertebrates to insular isolation in Galápagos - Galapagos Research 66: 32-42
  • Angel Chiriboga, Mariana Vera, Stuart Banks, 2009, Establishing reference points to assess long-term changes in zooxanthellate coral communities of the northern Galápagos coral reefs - Galapagos Research 66: 43-64
  • Mariana Vera, Stuart Banks, 2009, Health status of the coral communities of the northern Galápagos islands Dariwn, Wolf and Marchena - Galapagos Research 66: 65-74
  • Fernando Ortiz Quevedo, Godfrey Merlen, Roberto Pépolas, 2009, Protection of shallow marine ecosystems in Galápagos by permanent moorings - Galapagos Research 66: 75-76
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