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S1. High biodiversity in key taxa along an altitudinal gradient in southeast Peru.
S3. Key Factors in the Conservation of aquatic environments in the Peruvian Tropical Andes.
S4. Amazonian Fungi.
S6. Synergy between science, education, and conservation at the Cocha Cashu Biological Station.
S7. Connecting the dots: Environmental Disturbance and Human Health.
S8. Using forest networks to monitor biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and support sustainable management in the Andes.
S9. Conservation, biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Western Amazon – Results of project BioCuencas.
S10. Investigaciones de la Iniciativa para la Conservación en la Amazonía Andina (ICAA).
S11. Forest and wildlife inventories. Its importance for research and resource management.
S12. Corridors for sustainable management of forest resources and wildlife at the landscape level.
S13. Life Plans as tools for forest and wildlife management at the communal territory level.
S14. Contribution of science to the generation of public policies for sustainable forest development.
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