Pollution as an Emerging Threat for the Conservation of the Galapagos Marine Reserve: Environmental Impacts and Management Perspectives
Remote Sensing of the Marine Environment: Challenges and Opportunities in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador
Diversification across the New World within the ‘blue’ cardinalids (Aves: Cardinalidae)
Shifting Baselines in the Galapagos White Fin Fishery, Using Fisher’s Anecdotes to Reassess Fisheries Management: The Case of the Galapagos Grouper
Using Remote Sensing and a Cellular Automata-Markov Chains-GEOMOD model for the Quantification of the Future Spread of an Invasive Plant: A Case Study of Psidium guajava in Isabela Island, Galapagos
Global Change and Human Impact Challenges in Managing Iconic National Parks
Fishery Science in Galapagos: From a Resource-Focused to a Social–Ecological Systems Approach
The Galapagos Marine Reserve
Assessing Human–Wildlife Conflicts and Benefits of Gala´pagos Sea Lions on San Cristobal Island, Gala´pagos
The Emergence of Recreational Fishing in the Gala´pagos Marine Reserve: Adaptation and Complexities
Coral Research in the Gala´pagos Islands, Ecuador
Elasmobranchs of the Galapagos Marine Reserve. In: The Galapagos Marine Reserve:
Applying complementary species vulnerability assessments to improve conservation strategies in the Galapagos Marine Reserve
A comprehensive multilocus assessment of sparrow (Aves: Passerellidae) relationships
Blood Gases, Biochemistry, and Hematology of Galapagos Green Turtles (Chelonia Mydas)
A Conceptual Framework for Studying Global Change, Tourism, and the Sustainability of Iconic National Parks
Environment-driven changes in terrestrial habitat use and distribution of the Galapagos sea lion
Flexibility in the Foraging Strategies of the Galapagos Sea Lion Inferred from a Multiple Approach Analysis. In: The Galapagos Marine Reserve
Competition influence in the segregation of the trophic niche of otariids: a case study using isotopic bayesian mixing models in Galapagos pinnipeds
Modelling Tourism in the Galapagos Islands: An Agent-Based Model Approach
Ecotourism in the Galapagos: Management of a Dynamic Emergent System. 
Development of the Gala´pagos Marine Reserve
Governance is critical to managing coastal and marine resources: Effects of Marine Management Areas
The demise of Darwin’s fishes: evidence of fishing down and illegal shark finning in the Galapagos Islands. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 
Diseño y Construcción de un ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicule) Submarino USFQ.
The Galapagos Sea Lion: Adaptation to Spatial and Temporal Diversity of Marine Resources Within the Archipelago
Collaborative Approach to Fisheries Management as a Way to Increase the Effectiveness of Future Regulations in the Galapagos Archipelago
Border Crossings: New Geographies of Protection and Production in the Galápagos Islands
Oceanographic and climatic variation drive top-down/bottom-up coupling in the Galápagos intertidal meta-ecosystem
Ecosystem-Based Management for Rocky Shores of the Galapagos Islands
Examining Threats to Iconic National Parks through Modeling Global Change, Biocomplexity, and Human Dynamics


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