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Category Archives: 2018

Science for the Conservation of Migratory Marine Species of the Eastern Pacific

The Eastern Pacific is home to large populations of threatened migratory marine megafauna, including sharks, cetaceans, turtles, and seabirds. It is also subject to intense human impacts, including intense fishing pressure, boat traffic, pollution, and climate change. Within the region, there are several World Heritage Sites (UNESCO), some of which have recently been expanded, while […]

Reception of the Coco-Galapagos Expedition

The Galapagos-Coco Expedition was carried out with the participation of a luxury inter-institutional team, with members of MigraMar, the PACIFICO platform, the Center for Research in Marine Sciences and Limnology (CIMAR) of the University of Costa Rica, authorities of the Galapagos National Park and the Isla del Coco National Park, two World Heritage Sites of […]

MigraVia

Sometimes the processes of conservation and science are slow. For more than a decade, the MigraMar network has been generating technical information on the movements of marine migratory species in the Eastern Pacific. Nowadays, the word “MigraVía” is adopted by authorities and our academic partners and NGOs to refer to the space that Ecuador and […]

Recepción de la Expedición Galápagos-Coco

La Expedición Galápagos-Coco se llevó a cabo con la participación de un equipo interinstitucional de lujo, con miembros de MigraMar, de la plataforma PACIFICO, del Centro de Investigación en Ciencias del Mar y Limnología (CIMAR) de la Universidad de Costa Rica, las autoridades del Parque Nacional Galápagos y del Parque Nacional Isla del Coco, dos […]