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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.

The objective of the course was to train managers and park rangers of the marine protected areas of Ecuador in subtidal surveys and to promote the knowledge of their MPAs. Twelve representatives of the Ministry of the Environment who work the MPAs: Machalilla, Pacoche, Muisne, Galera-San Francisco, Santa Clara Island, and Puntilla de Santa Elena receive the training.

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