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1. Darwin Research Station scores first success with iguanas.

by Anon.

Source: New Scientist (July 20)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1978Availability: No items available
2. Galapagos Marine Reserve in trouble.

by Anon.

Source: Marine Pollution Bulletin 34 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1997Availability: No items available
3. Galapagos Islands Notes on anchorages

by Anon.

Source: Travel Dynamics, USAMaterial type: article Article Publisher: [no date]Availability: No items available
4. Galápagos: canasta familiar básica. Anon. (INEC)

by Anon. (INEC).

Material type: book Book Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INEC), Quito, Ecuador 1998Availability: No items available
5. But I can't keep my eyes open wide enough. Millbrook student scientists visit the Galápagos Islands and the Amazon basin.

by Anon.

Source: desconocidoMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1988Availability: No items available
6. Inventario de algunas especies animales del Archipiélago de las Galápagos.

by Anon.

Source: Ciencia y Naturaleza (Quito) 9 (1)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1967Availability: No items available
7. Off Galapagos metals traced to exchange in sea water. Anon.

by Anon.

Source: Geotimes 25 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1980Availability: No items available
8. Education officer for Galápagos.

by Anon.

Source: Oryx 9 (6)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1968Availability: No items available
9. Galapagos in peril! Anon.

by Anon.

Source: The Pilot (UNEP) 13Material type: article Article Publisher: 1995Availability: No items available
10. The origin of the Galápagos Islands.

by Anon.

Source: Geographical Review 24 (2)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1934Availability: No items available
11. Case study of a spill response How Galápagos managers handled the Jessica spill.

by Anon.

Source: MPA News 2 (7)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2001Availability: No items available
12. Dark-rumped petrel project continues in the Galápagos Islands First egg laid in artificial burrow.

by Anon. (Egg Rock Update).

Source: Egg Rock Update 1989 ReportMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1989Availability: No items available
13. Galapagos: conservation status listing of plants. Anon. (WCMC)

by Anon. (WCMC).

Source: World Conservation Montering Centre, Cambridge, UKMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1994Availability: No items available
14. Parasite threat to Darwin's finches.

by Anon.

Source: World Birdwatch 24 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2002Availability: No items available
15. Informe científico y de conservación no. 26: para los amigos de Galápagos. Anon. (CDRS).

by Anon. (CDRS).

Source: Estación Científica Charles Darwin, Puerto Ayora, EcuadorMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1973Availability: No items available
16. Galápagos.

by Anon.

Source: Boletín de Plantas AmenazadasMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1986Availability: No items available
17. The expedition of the "Noma" to the Galapagos Islands. Anon.

by Anon.

Source: Natural History 23 (3)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1923Availability: No items available
18. Ecuadorian government agrees to review Galápagos fisheries regulations following seizure of park facilities by fishermen.

by Anon.

Source: MPA News 5 (8)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2004Availability: No items available
19. Master plan for the protection and use of the Galapagos National Park.

by Anon.

Material type: book Book Publisher: United Nations, Quito 1973Availability: No items available
20. Potencialidades y limitaciones para el desarrollo marino costero en las Islas Galápagos. Anon. (FCD)

by Anon. (FCD).

Source: Fundación Charles Darwin, Quito, EcuadorMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1993Availability: No items available

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