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Reflects upon the increasing link between `protected' nature in the Galapagos archipelago and its connection to a world market characterised by commercialisation. Grenier states that this `unnatural conservation' is having catastrophic effects on the ecosystems and inhabitants of the archipelago, and makes a broad-based reflection on the position of man in nature and pleads for geodiversity.
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