2009-2010

2009-2010

I. INTRODUCTION

II. TRANSPORTATION

III. MARINE MANAGEMENT

IV. GEOGRAPHIC FOOTPRINT

V. BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION

VI. REFERENCES


INTRODUCTION

Sustainability in Galapagos: the need for a shared vision and collaborative work for the good of the ecosystems and the human population
Washington Tapia, J. Gabriel López and Fabián Zapata

TRANSPORTATION

Optimizing marine transport of food products to Galapagos: advances in the implementation plan
Fabián Zapata Erazo and Marcelo Martinetti Granja

Taxis in Santa Cruz: Uncontrolled mobilization
Emmanuel Cléder and Christophe Grenier

Transporting passengers by launches in Galapagos
Etienne Ouvrard and Christophe Grenier

The first complete motorized vehicle census in Galapagos
Marco Oviedo, Javier Agama, Enrique Buitrón and Franklin Zavala

MARINE MANAGEMENT

Identification of rearing areas for blacktip sharks Carcharhinus limbatus in the mangrove stands of coastal San Cristóbal Island
Yasmania Llerena, Juan Carlos Murillo, and Eduardo Espinoza

Hammerhead sharks of Galapagos: their behavior and migratory patterns
C
èsar Peñaherrera, James Ketchum, Eduardo Espinoza, Alex Hearn, and Peter Klimley

Population ecology of two species of chitons, Chiton goodallii and Chiton sulcatus in the rocky coastline of San Cristóbal Island, Galapagos
Juan Carlos Murillo Posada

A revised strategy for the monitoring and management of the Galapagos sea cucumber
Anna Schuhbauer, Matthias Wolff, and Mauricio Castrejón

GEOGRAPHIC FOOTPRINT

Changes in land use and vegetative cover in the rural areas of Santa Cruz and San Cristóbal
Ángel Villa C and Pool Segarra

SIMAVIS—System of Managing Visitors of the Galapagos National Park
Günther Reck, María Casafont, Edwin Naula, and Magaly Oviedo

Water quality monitoring system in Santa Cruz, San Cristóbal, and Isabela
Javier López and Danny Rueda

Rapid, recent, and irreversible habitat loss: Scalesia forest on the Galapagos Islands
André Mauchamp and Rachel Atkinson

The commercial sector of Puerto Ayora and its relation to the environment
Pamela Villarreal and Christophe Grenier

The geographic opening of Galapagos
Christophe Grenier

The national tourist in Galapagos: Practices and perceptions of the environment
Verenitse Valencia and Christophe Grenier

The construction sector of Puerto Ayora
Walter Jimbo and Christophe Grenier

A geographical index to measure the carrying capacity for tourism in the populated centers of Galapagos
Christophe Grenier

Economic dynamics and the workforce of Galapagos
Teodoro Bustamante Ponce

BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION

Native gardens for Galapagos – can community action help to prevent future plant invasions?
Rachel Atkinson, Mandy Trueman, Anne Guézou, Patricia Jaramillo, Marco Paz, José Sanchez, Yolanda Sánchez, and Miriam Silva

Optimizing restoration of the degraded highlands of Galapagos: a conceptual framework
Mark Gardener, Rachel Atkinson, Danny Rueda, and Richard Hobbs

Galapagos in the face of climate change: considerations for biodiversity and associated human well-being
Noémi d’Ozouville, Giuseppe Di Carlo, Fernando Ortiz, Free De Koning, Scott Henderson, and Emily Pidgeon

Galapagos as a laboratory for sustainability: Lessons from the International Workshop on Sustainability of Islands in a Globalized World, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, 22-26 March 2010
Arturo Izurieta Valery

REFERENCES

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