Publications

Huellas y rastros de mamíferos del Ecuador
Author(s): Galo Zapata-Ríos, Jaime Palacios, Edison Araguillin, Fernando Anaguano y Rubén Cueva
Year: 2017
Publisher: WCS Ecuador
Full Citation: Zapata-Ríos, G., et al. 2017. Huellas y rastros de mamíferos del Ecuador. Segunda edición. WCS Ecuador. Quito.
Altered activity patterns and reduced abundance of native mammals in sites with feral dogs in the high Andes
Author(s): Galo Zapata-Ríos and Lyn C. Branch
Year: 2016
Journal/Source: Biological Conservation
Publisher: Elsevier
Full Citation: Zapata-Ríos, G. and Branch, L. 2016. Altered activity patterns and reduced abundance of native mammals in sites with feral dogs in the high Andes. Biological Conservation 193, pp. 9–16.
Andean Condor in Ecuador Geographic Distribution, Population Size and Extinction Risk (2016)
Author(s): Adrián Naveda-Rodríguez, Félix Hernán Vargas, Sebastián Kohn, Galo Zapata- Ríos
Year: 2016
Journal/Source: PLoS ONE
Full Citation: Naveda-Rodríguez A, Vargas FH, Kohn S, and Zapata-Ríos G. 2016. Andean Condor (Vultur gryphus) in Ecuador: Geographic Distribution, Population Size and Extinction Risk. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0151827. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151827
Guía para la identificación de ataques a animales domésticos causados por carnívoros grandes
Author(s): Viviana Narváez R. & Galo Zapata-Ríos
Year: 2016
Publisher: WCS Ecuador
Full Citation: Narváez, V. & G. Zapata-Ríos. 2016. Guía para la identificación de ataques a animales domésticos causados por carnívoros grandes. Ministerio del Ambiente y Wildlife Conservation Society – Ecuador. Quito.
Road Development and the Geography of Hunting by an Amazonian Indigenous Group- Consequences for Wildlife Conservation (2014)
Author(s): Santiago Espinosa, Lyn C. Branch, and Rubén Cueva
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: PLoS ONE
Full Citation: Espinosa, S., Branch, L., and Cueva, R. 2014. Road Development and the Geography of Hunting by an Amazonian Indigenous Group- Consequences for Wildlife Conservation. PLoS ONE 9(12): e114916. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. 0114916.
Plan de Acción para la Conservación del Jaguar en el Ecuador
Author(s): Ministerio del Ambiente & Wildlife Conservation Society
Year: 2014
Publisher: Ministerio del Ambiente, Wildlife Conservation Society, Liz Claiborne & Art Ortenberg Foundation, y Wild4Ever
Full Citation: Ministerio del Ambiente & Wildlife Conservation Society. 2014. Plan de Acción para la Conservación del Jaguar en el Ecuador. Ministerio del Ambiente, Wildlife Conservation Society, Liz Claiborne & Art Ortenberg Foundation, y Wild4Ever. Quito.
Mammal hunting by the Shuar of the Ecuadorian Amazon, is it sustainable (2012)
Author(s): Galo Zapata-Ríos,Carlos Urgilés, and Esteban Suárez
Year: 2012
Journal/Source: Oryx
Publisher: Fauna & Flora International
Full Citation: Zapata-Ríos, G., Urgilés, C., and Suárez, E. 2012. Mammal hunting by the Shuar of the Ecuadorian Amazon, is it sustainable. Oryx, 43(3), 375–385.
Deforestation and Waorani Lands in Ecuador Mapping and Demarcation, Amidst Shaky Politics
Author(s): Anthony Stocks, Andrew Noss, Malgorzata Bryja, and Santiago Arce
Year: 2012
Publisher: InTech
Full Citation: Anthony Stocks, Andrew Noss, Malgorzata Bryja, and Santiago Arce. 2012. Deforestation and Waodani Lands in Ecuador: Mapping and Demarcation Amidst Shaky Politics, Deforestation Around the World, Dr. Paulo Moutinho (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0417-9, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/deforestation-around-the-world/deforestation-and-waorani-lands-in- ecuador-mapping-and-demarcation-amidst-shaky-politics
Oil industry, roads and wild meat trade, indirect effects of oil extraction Activities in a protected area in north-eastern Ecuador
Author(s): Suárez E., M. Morales, R.Cueva, V. Utreras, G. Zapata-Ríos, E.Toral, J. Torres, W. Prado & J. Vargas Olalla
Year: 2009
Journal/Source: Animal Conservation
Publisher: Zoological Society of London
Full Citation: Suárez, E. et al. 2009. Oil industry, roads and wild meat trade, indirect effects of oil extraction Activities in a protected area in north-eastern Ecuador. Animal Conservation 12 (2009) 364–373.
Controlling access to oil roads protects forest cover, but not wildlife communities- a case study from the rainforest of Yasuní Biosphere Reserve (Ecuador) (2012)
Author(s): E. Suárez, G. Zapata-Ríos, V. Utreras, S. Strindberg, and J. Vargas
Year: 2012
Journal/Source: Animal Conservation
Publisher: Zoological Society of London
Full Citation: Suárez, E. et al. 2012. Controlling access to oil roads protects forest cover, but not wildlife communities: a case study from the rainforest of Yasuní Biosphere Reserve (Ecuador). Animal Conservation: 16(3), 265–274.
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