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Action Plan for the Ecological Restoration of Baltra and Plaza Sur Islands.

By: Jaramillo, P.
Contributor(s): Ortiz, G | Jiménez, E | Cueva, P | Chango, R | Carrión, V | Rueda, D | Gibbs, J | Tapia, W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2014Subject(s): Action Plan | Plan de acción | Restoration | Restauración | Ecological | Ecológica | Baltra | Plaza Sur IslandsDDC classification: 999.999 In: Galapagos Verde 2050 p. 1-27.Summary: The Management Plan for Protected Areas for the Good Living of Galapagos, states that the conservation of functional biodiversity is a buffer against shocks and anomalies as well as a natural protection for the maintenance, in a long-term, of the services that ecosystems provide to humans. Not all species in an ecosystem play the same role in determining their performance. There are ecologically key species that acquire a leading role in programs for biodiversity conservation (GNP, 2014). Any restoration project carried out beforehand should meet the following requirements in a sequential and hierarchical manner: (a) scientific feasibility, (b) viability within the archipelago, (c) technical feasibility, (d) economic viability, (e) legal viability, (f) social viability, and (g) political viability (GNP, 2014). In this context, for the implementation of Phase 1 - the project in Baltra and South Plaza Islands - the development of a specific action plan is required.
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The Management Plan for Protected Areas for the Good Living of Galapagos, states that the conservation of functional biodiversity is a buffer against shocks and anomalies as well as a natural protection for the maintenance, in a long-term, of the services that ecosystems provide to humans. Not all species in an ecosystem play the same role in determining their performance. There are ecologically key species that acquire a leading role in programs for biodiversity conservation (GNP, 2014). Any restoration project carried out beforehand should meet the following requirements in a sequential and hierarchical manner: (a) scientific feasibility, (b) viability within the archipelago, (c) technical feasibility, (d) economic viability, (e) legal viability, (f) social viability, and (g) political viability (GNP, 2014).
In this context, for the implementation of Phase 1 - the project in Baltra and South Plaza Islands - the development of a specific action plan is required.

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