2011-2012

2011-2012

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I. INTRODUCTION

II. NEW APPROACHES

III. HUMAN SYSTEMS

IV. TOURISM

V. MARINE MANAGEMENT

VI. BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION


Introduction

THE GREAT CHALLENGE OF GALAPAGOS TODAY AND IN THE FUTURE: HUMAN WELFARE DEPENDENT ON THE CONSERVATION OF ITS ECOSYSTEMS AND BIODIVERSITY
Washington Tapia and Juan Carlos Guzmán

New Approaches

A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE GALAPAGOS: AN IMMINENT NEED
Juan Carlos Guzmán, Linda J. Cayot, Johannah Barry and James P. Gibbs

CITIZEN SCIENCE: A NEW CONSERVATION TOOL FOR THE GALAPAGOS
Washington Tapia, Alycia Crall , Linda J. Cayot , Eleanor Sterling and James P. Gibbs

Human Systems

ISLAND CULTURES
Christophe Grenier

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN GALAPAGOS
Carlos Zapata Erazo

POPULATION AND MIGRATION IN GALAPAGOS
Marianita Granda León and Geovanny Chóez Salazar

MOBILITY PATTERNS AND USE OF SPACE IN GALAPAGOS
Josselin Guyot-Téphany, Christophe Grenier, Emmanuel Cléder and Daniel Orellana

BUILDING RESPONSIBLE TERRESTRIAL MOBILITY IN SANTA CRUZ
Rosa Elvira Bravo Segovia, Marianita Granda León and Edison Mendieta

USES, PERCEPTIONS AND MANAGEMENT OF WATER IN GALAPAGOS
Josselin Guyot-Téphany, Christophe Grenier and Daniel Orellana

WATER CONTAMINATION IN PUERTO AYORA: APPLIED INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH USING ESCHERICHIA COLI AS AN INDICATOR BACTERIA
Jessie Liu and Noémi d’Ozouville

MEASURING POVERTY IN GALAPAGOS
Marianita Granda León, Sandra González Camba and Vilma Calvopiña Carvajal

Tourism

THE NEW MODEL OF TOURISM: DEFINITION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ECOTOURISM IN GALAPAGOS
Juan Carlos García, Daniel Orellana and Eddy Araujo

THE TOURISM OBSERVATORY OF GALAPAGOS: A MONITORING SYSTEM FOR THE NEW MODEL OF ECOTOURISM
Juan Carlos García, Ernesto Rangel and María Auxiliadora Farías

SIMAVIS: RESULTS OF MONITORING VARIOUS INDICATORS AT VISITOR SITES IN THE GALAPAGOS NATIONAL PARK
Eddy Araujo, Ingrid Jaramillo, Jorge Flores, Joan Sotomayor, Marisela Gallardo and Silvia Ariscado

TOURISM AS AN ECONOMIC ALTERNATIVE FOR GALAPAGOS FISHERS: OPPORTUNITIES AND LESSONS LEARNED
Pablo Palacios H. and Anna Schuhbauer

PERCEPTIONS OF THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF SHARKS FOR SINGLE-DAY DIVE TOURISM AND COMMERCE IN SANTA CRUZ ISLAND
César Peñaherrera, Yasmania Llerena and Inti Keith

Marine Management

EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MANAGEMENT OF THE GALAPAGOS MARINE RESERVE: KEY FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Mario Villalta Gómez

SPECIES, COMMUNITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS: THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN THE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE GALAPAGOS MARINE RESERVE
Soledad Luna, Stuart Banks, Volker Koch, Diego Ruiz, Natalia Tirado, Mariana Vera, Anna Schuhbauer, Inti Keith, David Acuña, Jennifer Suárez, Macarena Parra, Gustavo Jiménez, Carolina García, Jorge Baque and Julio Delgado

THE REFORM OF THE PARMA LICENSING SYSTEM: THE FIRST STEP IN ELIMINATING THE RACE FOR FISH IN THE GALAPAGOS MARINE RESERVE
Mauricio Castrejón

EVALUATION OF THE SEA CUCUMBER FISHERY IN THE GALAPAGOS MARINE RESERVE
Harry Reyes, Jorge Ramírez and Anna Schuhbauer

EVALUATION OF THE SPINY LOBSTER FISHERY IN THE GALAPAGOS MARINE RESERVE
Jorge Ramírez, Harry Reyes and Anna Schuhbauer

HOW TO IMPROVE THE SPINY LOBSTER FISHERY OF SANTA CRUZ ISLAND
Mauricio Castrejón, Martín Velasco, Fred Sondheimer, Jimmy Anastacio, Leonardo Soriano and Jorge Ramírez

Biodiversity and Ecosystem Restoration

MANAGEMENT OF THE AVIAN PARASITE PHILORNIS DOWNSI IN THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS: A COLLABORATIVE AND STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN
Charlotte Causton, Francesca Cunninghame and Washington Tapia

A TRIAL TRANSLOCATION OF THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED MANGROVE FINCH: CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT TO PREVENT THE EXTINCTION OF DARWIN`S RAREST FINCH
Francesca Cunninghame, H. Glyn Young, Christian Sevilla, Victor Carrión and Birgit Fessl

GONE, GONE…GOING: THE FATE OF THE VERMILION FLYCATCHER ON DARWIN´S ISLANDS
Godfrey Merlen

RECOVERY OF NATIVE AND ENDEMIC PLANT SPECIES IN GALAPAGOS: THE NURSERY AS AN IMPORTANT TOOL IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
Xavier Arturo-López and Danny Rueda

INCREASING THE SCALE OF SUCCESSFUL INVASIVE RODENT ERADICATIONS IN THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS
Karl J. Campbell, Victor Carrión and Christian Sevilla

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