4,262 bodies of water identified in the CajasNational Park

Published on January 14, 2019
Since 2014, a team of local ETAPA employees together with researchers from the University of Cuenca, has carried out a study in the Cajas National Park on the morphology of the bodies of water that exist in the protected area. In the Cajas Massif—the fifth biosphere reserve in Ecuador— a total of 7,087 bodies of […]

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