2006-2007

2006-2007

I. INTRODUCTION

II. SOCIOECONOMIC ISSUES

III. BIODIVERSITY AND BIOPHYSICAL RESOURCES

IV. REFERENCES


Introduction

Galapagos as a Human Ecosystem
Graham Watkins, Susana Cárdenas, and Washington Tapia

SOCIOECONOMIC ISSUES

Social aspects of fisheries in Galapagos
Juan Carlos Murillo, Harry Reyes, and Alex Hearn

Declining profitability of fisheries in the Galapagos Marine Reserve
Alex Hearn, Juan Carlos Murillo, and Harry Reyes

Efforts to control illegal fishing activities in the Marine Reserve
Harry Reyes and Juan Carlos Murillo

Tourism in Galapagos: a strong growth trend
María Eugenia Proaño and Bruce Epler

How many tourists can Galapagos accommodate?
Bruce Epler and Mar
ía Eugenia Proaño

Tourism and the Galapagos economy
Bruce Epler, Graham Watkins, Susana C
árdenas

Air traffic to Galapagos is increasing
David Cruz and Charlotte Causton

Risks associated with current and proposed air routes to the Galapagos Islands
Charlotte Causton

Evaluation of the Quarantine Inspection System for Galapagos (SICGAL) after Seven Years
Carlos E. Zapata

Energy subsidies in Galapagos
Carlos Jácome

Vehicles in Galapagos
Ángel Villa

Public acceptance of environmental restrictions
Dr. Ulf Tosten Hardter and Marcos Sánchez Rivera

Public opinion of institutional performance in Galapagos
Hugo Barber and Pablo Ospina Peralta

BIODIVERSITY AND BIOPHYSICAL RESOURCES

The status of the endemic flora of Galapagos: the number of threatened species is increasing
Alan Tye

Galapagos vertebrates: endangered status and conservation actions
Gustavo Jiménez-Uzcátegui, Bryan Milstead, Cruz Márquez, Javier Zabala, Paola Buitrón, Alizon Llerena, Sandie Salazar, and Birgit Fessl

Evaluating land invertebrate species: prioritizing endangered species
Lázaro Roque-Albelo

Status of marine species and habitats
Stuart Banks

Coastal fishery resources in the Marine Reserve are declining
Alex Hearn and Juan Carlos Murillo

Subtidal ecological monitoring of the coastal management subzones: 2004 to 2006
Stuart Banks

Increase in the number of introduced plant species in Galapagos
Alan Tye, Rachel Atkinson, and Víctor Carrión

Status of introduced vertebrates in Galapagos
Gustavo Jiménez-Uzcátegui, Víctor Carrión, Jabi Zabala, Paola Buitrón, and Bryan Milstead

Latest records of introduced invertebrates in Galapagos and measures to control them
Charlotte Causton and Cristian Sevilla

Fresh water: the reality of a critical resource
Noémi d’Ozouville

REFERENCES

References

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