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Botanical Research and Management in Galapagos Proceedings of the Workshop on Botanical Research and Management in Galápagos, April 1987, at the Charles Darwin Research Station, Santa Cruz, Galápagos, Ecuador

Proceedings Monograph
By: Jonas E Lawesson(Editor), Ole Hamann(Editor), George Rogers(Editor), Günther Reck(Editor), Humberto Ochoa(Editor)
301 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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This volume presents the first attempt to compile botanical information of particular relevance for managing and conserving the flora of the Galápagos Islands. It comprises the majority of papers presented at the International Workshop on Botanical Research and Management in the Galápagos, organized by the Charles Darwin Research Station and the Galápagos National Park Service, 11-18 April 1987.

Eighty-eight scientists, managers, and naturalists from ten different countries gathered in the Galápagos to discuss and explore how the disciplines of the botanical sciences can be translated into practical conservation management. The recommendations for future actions formulated by the workshop participants are included at the end of this volume.

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Proceedings Monograph
By: Jonas E Lawesson(Editor), Ole Hamann(Editor), George Rogers(Editor), Günther Reck(Editor), Humberto Ochoa(Editor)
301 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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