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Marine Otter Conservation

By: Liliana Ayala(Editor), Raul Sanchez-Scaglioni(Editor), Gonzalo Medina-Vogel(Editor)
90 pages, 40 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Marine Otter Conservation
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  • Marine Otter Conservation ISBN: 9783031539305 Hardback Apr 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £130.00
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About this book

This book offers a multidisciplinary approach to conservation issues related to the marine otter (Lontra felina). The main goal is the systematization of different research efforts on this species, to contribute to conservation policy design and implementation. The authors contribute their achievements in conservation, ecology, status in freshwater habitats, habitat fragmentation effects, interaction with human activities and recommendations for effective conservation of the species. The book is directed first and foremost towards researchers, authorities, and people involved in otter conservation.

Despite some studies and efforts on Lontra felina in the last few decades in Peru and Chile, this book gathers information to fill the gaps in marine otter conservation in Peru. Moreover, this is the first book published at an international level on Lontra felina with the participation of several experienced researchers on this threatened and endemic species.


1.  Environmental components of the marine otter habitat of Peru
2. The Natural History of Marine Otter (Lontra felina)
3. Trophic Ecology of the Marine Otter (Lontra felina): Review, Quantitative Analyses and Population Implications
4. Marine otter conservation in Peru
5. Conserving marine otter Lontra felina in the one of oldest marine protected areas of Southeast Pacific
6. The marine otter in continental and Andean habitat
7. Legal framework and its application for the conservation of the marine otter in Chile and Peru
8. Marine Otter (Lontra felina Molina 1782) conservation in Chile

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Liliana Ayala, PhD. in Applied Sciences, Universidad de Antofagasta, Chile (2020). Biologist Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal, Lima (2004). Research on marine birds, mammals, turtles, and artisanal fisheries over the last 20 years. She has been working as a Principal Investigator on the Peruvian coast and Antarctica as a researcher at the Peruvian Association of the Conservation of Nature (APECO) and at the Peruvian Sea Institute (IMARPE). Member of the World Seabird Union, Pacific Seabird Group, Society for Conservation Biology, and Peruvian specialist CITES. Currently, she is a professor of Marine Biology career at Universidad Cientifica del Sur in Lima, Peru.

Raul Sanchez, Researcher, planner and advisor on issues of Biodiversity Conservation, Infrastructure and Development. Graduated in Biological Sciences from Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. He has experience in wildlife, protected areas, conservation, and environmental management of infrastructure projects. He obtained environmental licenses, authorizations, and certifications and helped make environmental strategic decisions on projects with values greater than $5 billion.

Gonzalo Medina-Vogel, PhD in Wildlife Ecology, Lincoln University, New Zealand (1999). Veterinary Doctor Universidad Austral de Chile (1989). Founding Director of the Andres Bello University Veterinary Medicine School. Founding Director Doctorate in Conservation Medicine U. Andres Bello. Research in ecology and conservation of aquatic and terrestrial carnivores, cetaceans, seabirds, bats, human dimension in conservation and ecological restoration. Member Ecology Society of Chile and IUCN/SSC Otter Specialist Group. Co-founder Latin American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians. Professor of Conservation Medicine, Ecology of Infectious Diseases, Biological Invasions and ecology and conservation of freshwater ecosystems. Professor at the Sustainability Research Center (CIS) of the Andres Bello University. In addition, he is part-member of the IUCN Otter Specialist Group Coordinator for South America.

By: Liliana Ayala(Editor), Raul Sanchez-Scaglioni(Editor), Gonzalo Medina-Vogel(Editor)
90 pages, 40 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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