General objective 1. Examine the structural and functional relationships between the different entities that make up the Heritage of Natural Areas of the Ecuadorian State, BY LARGE TYPES OF AREAS (National Parks, Ecological Reserves, others), based on their physical, geographical, ecological and environmental characteristics. current management activities. 2. Discriminate groups of Protected Areas, within each type, similar in terms of their reality and their problems. Justification The new management models of Protected Areas must observe these as entities that maintain, to a greater or lesser degree, similarities among themselves, of a biological, geographic, landscape type, of certain levels of success (and sometimes even failure) of their activities of management and management of their ecosystems and resources, the incidence of human activities on them, etc. Therefore, they should not be observed as individual entities, but as entities correlated with each other by particular affinities, which can only be discriminated by analyzing their particular characteristics as a whole, through modern, solid and reliable mathematical statistical methodologies, such as multivariate analyses, which can only be discriminated by analyzing their particular characteristics as a whole, through modern, solid and reliable mathematical statistical methodologies, such as multivariate analyses.
|Effective start/end date||26/09/13 → 26/09/14|
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