We are excited to announce our newest book, Land Cover and Land Use Change on Islands – Social and Ecological Threats to Sustainability, which will be released this summer. This book is a part of our edited book series entitled Social and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands, which is published through Springer Nature. The series editors include Dr. Steve Walsh, the Director of the Center for Galápagos Studies, and Dr. Carlos F. Mena, our USFQ collaborator. Other books in this series include:
Kvan, T. & Karakiewicz, J. (2019). Urban Galapagos – Transition to Sustainability in Complex Adaptive Systems.
Torres, M. & Mena, C.F. (2018). Understanding Invasive Species in the Galapagos Islands: From the Molecular to the Landscape.
Parker, P.G. (2018). Disease Ecology: Galapagos Birds & their Parasites.
Tyler, M.E. (2018). Sustainable Energy Mix in Fragile Environments – Frameworks and Perspectives.
Quiroga, D. & Sevilla, A. (2017). Darwin, Darwinism and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands.
Denkinger, J. & Vinueza, L. (2014). The Galapagos Marine Reserve: A Dynamic Social-Ecological System.
Trueba, G. & Montufar, C. (2013). Evolution from the Galapagos: Two Centuries after Darwin.
Walsh, S.J. & Mena, C.F. (2013). Science and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands: Frameworks & Perspectives.