CitationWalsh, Stephen J. & Mena, Carlos F. (2013). Foreword.. Trueba, Gabriel & Montufar, Carlos (Eds.) (pp. vii). New York: Springer.
AbstractSocial and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands—a New Galapagos Book Series edited by Stephen J. Walsh & Carlos F. Mena and published by Springer Science+Business Media. As the second book in the Galapagos Book Series, Gabriel Trueba, Professor at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, has organised an exciting collection of papers on evolution written by a number of highly qualified authors that collectively describe important topics, issues, and approaches to the study of evolution, which strongly resonate in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. As the “Cradle of Evolution,” the Galapagos Islands have achieved international recognition and acclaim through the ground-breaking work of Charles Darwin and the work that has followed by scientists, such as Peter and Rosemary Grant in the Galapagos Islands and their students, including Carlos Valle, a Galapague˜
Reference TypeBook Section
Series TitleSocial and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands
Author(s)Walsh, Stephen J.
Mena, Carlos F.