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81. Flora: 4.7: El género Scalesia como ejemplo de especiación en las Islas Galápagos. Eliasson, U.

by Eliasson, U.

Material type: book Book Publisher: In: Zizka, G., Klemmer, K., eds., Flora y Fauna de las Islas Galápagos: Origen, Investigación, Amenazas y Protección, Palmengarten der Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Germany 1995Availability: No items available
82. Coexisting patterns and foraging behavior of introduced and native ants (Hymenoptera Formicidae) in the Galapagos Islands (Ecuador). Meier, R. E.

by Meier, R. E.

Source: From: Williams, D. F. ed. Exotic ants. Westview Press, San Francisco, USA Material type: article Article Publisher: 1994Availability: No items available
83. The correct name for "Oxalis Carnosa Mol."

by Porter, Duncan M.

Source: Cactus and Succulent JournalMaterial type: article Article Publisher: Cactus & Succulent Journal 1974Availability: No items available
84. Geology and petrology of Floreana Island, Galapagos Archipelago, Ecuador.

by Bow, C. S., Geist, D. J.

Source: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 52 (1-3)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1992Availability: Items available for loan: Corley Smith Library [Call number: 551 BOW] (2).
85. Tourists and the seabirds in Galápagos.

by Tindle, R. W.

Source: Oryx 15 (1)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1979Availability: No items available
86. Coral reef growth in the Galápagos Limitation by sea urchins.

by Glynn, P. W., Wellington, G. M., Birkeland, C.

Source: Science 203 (4375)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1979Availability: No items available
87. From evolutionary time to the early days of the Charles Darwin Foundation in Galápagos.

by Perry, Roger.

Source: Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Entomologie.Material type: article Article Publisher: 2000Availability: No items available
88. Notes on the weather and climate of Seymour Island, Galápagos Archipelago.

by Alpert, L.

Source: Bulletin America Meteorological Society 27 (5)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1946Availability: No items available
89. A limnological study of a mangrove lagoon in the Galapagos.

by Howmiller, R., Weiner, A.

Source: Ecology 49 (6)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1968Availability: No items available
90. Darwin Research Station scores first success with iguanas.

by Anon.

Source: New Scientist (July 20)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1978Availability: No items available
91. The Galápagos connection.

by Jones, K. F.

Source: WestwaysMaterial type: article Article Publisher: September 1972Availability: No items available
92. [Not returned from Galápagos / Haim Tal].

by Tal, Haim.

Material type: book Book Publisher: [Tel Aviv : Ministry of Defence, 1995]Availability: No items available
93. Miscellaneous notes on Galapagos reptiles Notes by Linda Cayot from interview with Tui de Roy and Mark Jones 13 June 1991.

by Cayot, L.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Puerto Ayora, Ecuador Estación Científica Charles Darwin 1991Availability: No items available
94. Neutral locus heterozygosity, inbreeding, and survival in Darwin's ground finches (Geospiza fortis and G. scandens).

by Markert, J. A., Grant, P. R., Grant, B. R., Keller, L. F., Coombs, J. L., Petren, K.

Source: Heredity 92Material type: article Article Publisher: 2004Availability: No items available
95. The relationship between heart rate and rate of oxygen consumption in Galapagos marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) at two different temperatures.

by Butler, P. J., Frappell, P. B., Wang, T., Wikelski, M.

Source: Journal Experimental Biology 205Material type: article Article Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for loan: Corley Smith Library [Call number: 597.95 BUT] (1).
96. Key biodiversity areas as globally significant target sites for the conservation of marine biological diversity

by Edgar, G.; Langhammer, P.; eds.

Source: Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst.Material type: article Article Publisher: 2008Availability: Items available for loan: Corley Smith Library [Call number: 333.9164 ED] (2).
97. Visión para la biodiversidad de las Islas Galápagos : basada en las actas del taller internacional de biólogos de la conservación / Fundación Charles Darwin y WWF.

by Fundación Charles Darwin | WWF.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Puerto Ayora : Fundación Charles Darwin ; WWF, 2006Availability: Items available for loan: Corley Smith Library [Call number: 333.95 FUN 2006] (3). Items available for reference: Corley Smith Library [Call number: 333.95 FUN 2006] (1).
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98. Galapagos Bulletin / Charles Darwin Foundation, Inc.

by Charles Darwin Foundation, Inc.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Washington : Charles Darwin Foundation, Inc., Fall 1992Availability: Items available for loan: Corley Smith Library [Call number: 506 CHA 1992] (2).
99. Growth of bivalves at deep-sea hydrothermal vents along the Galápagos rift.

by Rhoads, D. C., Lutz, R. A., Revelas, E. C., Cerrato, R. M.

Source: Science 214 (4523)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1981Availability: No items available
100. The Cromwell current on the east side of the Galapagos Islands. Pak, H., Zaneveld, J. R. V.

by Pak, H., Zaneveld, J. R. V.

Source: Journal Geophysical Research 78 (33)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1973Availability: No items available

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