We are excited to announce that our newest book, Land Cover and Land Use Change on Islands – Social and Ecological Threats to Sustainability, is now published. This book is a part of our edited book series entitled Social and Ecological … Continued
Last year, on July 13th 2019, the Galapagos Science Center (GSC) hosted their Annual Shark Day in the warm sun, with approximately 150 local community members in attendance. Shark Day provides the community with a variety of activities focused on … Continued
PhD Candidate, Alyssa Grube, and professors Dr. Jill Stewart and Dr. Valeria Ochoa-Herrera (USFQ) published an article in the International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health this week. Their results show that the municipal water treatment plants on San Cristóbal Island generally produce high quality drinking water. However, the detection of Escherichia coli in 2–30% of post-treatment distribution samples suggests that water may become contaminated during water distribution and storage.
These results will help public health officials better understand how to intervene to ensure clean drinking water on the Galapagos, constituting an important step for the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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 … Continued