PUBLICATIONS Part of Active Conservation
PUBLICATIONS: Part of Active Conservation
In ASVO different research projects where a wide variety of topics are covered , such as sea turtles, birds , mangroves , environmental education, social and environmental diagnostics, among others are made. They are developed in order to generate scientific knowledge that will improve the quality of the natural and human populations in which the studies were conducted and aims to build a foundation of quality to give continuity to them over time .

This medium is the projection tool that manages to make known to all concerned work done by our volunteers and researchers and disseminating lessons learned and applied in stations conservation and protected areas.

Every time you complete the nesting season of sea turtles in our different stations Conservation , technical reports conducted in order to analyze the data collected by volunteers , researchers and staff from the institution; transform numbers into relevant information for the conservation of the species and consequently perform action plans for the next season , improving from year to year the infrastructure and human capital. These reports are a useful tool to characterize the nesting behavior and constantly monitor it.

We are currently working on reports from last season , so attached the year 2012 , in which you can identify information such as area of ​​greatest nesting on the beach , number of protected nests , number of hatchlings released , protected turtles among others ; simply access the document to know more about the research of turtles.

To learn more about working on research topics that develops ASVO accesses the following publications:
How can I help?
There are various forms of active conservation
We offer environmental volunteer programs with a social commitment
Where do we work?
We have programs in protected areas, beaches, forests, etc.
Another way of helping is to sponsor our programs and projects
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