Edited By: Randall Borman and Corine Vriesendorp
175 pages, Col photos
Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish
In May of 2007, scientists conducted a rapid inventory in the Dureno Territory, part of the Cofan ancestral territories in the Amazon basin of eastern Ecuador. Presented primarily in Spanish but including sections in English and A'ingae, the language of the Cofan, this assessment collects those scientists' research on the plants and animals of the region, as well as a history of the grassroots conservation efforts of the Cofan. The report closes with recommendations for long-term management of the area.
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Randall Borman works to conserve the Cofan ancestral lands in Ecuador. Corine Vriesendorp and William S. Alverson are conservation ecologists and botanists; Debra K. Moskovits is senior vice president of environment, culture, and conservation; Douglas F. Stotz is a conservation ecologist and ornithologist; and Alvaro del Campo is an international field programs manager, all at the Field Museum, Chicago.
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