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New coral and octocoral guide of the coast of Ecuador

Posted on 24 September 2014 by Ferg

An illustrated field of guide of corals and octocorals of the coast of Ecuador will be publish soon. The coral guide includes scleractinian and non-scleractinian species, black corals, and octocorals.

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Value chain analysis of the main artisanal fisheries in the Galera-San Francisco Marine Reserve

Posted on 04 September 2011 by Nazca admin

The study “Value chain analysis of the main artisanal fisheries in the Galera-San Francisco Marine Reserve” accurately explains and illustrates the commercial processes for the most valuable species of the artisanal fishing sector within the Marine Reserve. Continue Reading

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Meeting of the Regional Initiative for the Conservation and Wise Use of Mangroves and Coral Reefs in the Americas

Posted on 13 August 2011 by Nazca admin

Nazca represented the NGOs of conservation and research of corals of Ecuador at the Second Meeting of the Regional Initiative for the Conservation and Wise Use of Mangroves and Coral Reefs in the Americas (Ramsar Wetlands Convention, 14-16 of June 2011). This meeting gathered delegates from the governments of Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Peru and Ecuador, as well as various NGOs from the Region. Continue Reading

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Potential threat of the octocoral species Carijoa riisei in the Galera San Francisco Marine Reserve

Posted on 13 August 2011 by Nazca admin

Researchers from Nazca report the propagation of the octocoral species Carijoa riisei over rocky substrates at “Roca del Quingue” and “Punta Alta” in the Galera San Francisco Marine Reserve in May 2011. Continue Reading

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Park rangers and managers of marine protected areas of Ecuador received a training course on techniques for monitoring marine biodiversity

Posted on 28 July 2011 by Nazca admin

The Institute Nazca with the financial support of Conservation International organized a training course on survey techniques of marine biodiversity in Puerto Lopez, Machalilla National Park from May 9-12, 2011.

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Researchers from Nazca presented lectures in the training course for new guides of the Puntilla de Santa Elena Faunistic Reserve (REMACOPSE)

Posted on 28 July 2011 by Nazca admin

Fernando Rivera and Priscilla Martinez, researchers from Nazca, collaborated with the Ministries of the Environment and Tourism Continue Reading

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