Financial sustainability of Natural Protected Areas of Tierra del Fuego
Technical Report on the Implementation of National Marine Protected Areas in the Argentine Sea
The Beagle Channel free from salmon farming
Report on the development of guidelines for the creation and effective management of Marine Protected Areas in Chile.
Report of the IUCN Regional Red List First Workshop for Species of the Patagonian Sea: MARINE TURTLES.
Report of the IUCN Regional Red List First Workshop for Species of the Patagonian Sea: SEA BIRDS
Report of the IUCN Regional Red List First Workshop for Species of the Patagonian Sea: MARINE MAMMALS.
School for the management of marine protected areas of the Southern Cone. Report of lessons learned in 2017 and the necessary steps for program strengthening and continuity
Position Paper on Potential Aquaculture of Salmonids in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Contributions for the consideration of the Law Project for the Creation of the Marine Protected Areas Yaganes and Namuncurá / Burwood Bank II
School for the Management of the Marine Protected Areas of the Southern Cone. Lessons learned and future projection.
It is the time of the Sea. Marine Protected Areas in the Argentine Sea for the conservation of species and environments of particular biological and scientific value
Patagonian Sea Lighthouses. Relevant areas for the Conservation of Marine Biodiversity
Patagonian Sea Atlas. Species and Spaces.
Synthesis of the Status of Conservation of the Patagonian Sea and Areas of Influence
Status of Conservation of the Patagonian Sea and Areas of Influence
Limits of Responsibility
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