Taxonomic classification, distribution and importance of algae.
Algaes are thallophytes (organisims without stem or leaves). The document includes information regarding the alga life cycle as well as the nutritional, economic and ecological values of alga.
Research of the characterization of water hyacinth (Eichornia Crassipes) in the Cerrón Grande wetlands.
Water hyacinth is considered an invasive species and has proliferated in the Cerrón Grande Reservoir Ramsar site.
The research explores alternatives for the management, control and sustainable use of the plants as well as the utilization of water hyacinth in agroindustrial, industrial and artisan products.
Research over the reproduction and possible uses of native plants in the Sapo River Natural Area.
Explores the use of native species to generate income for the sustainable management and protection of natural resources in this private natural area.
Systematization of the phytosanitary control of the Barker in the northern zone of Morazán pine weevil
Experience of FIÃES as financier, second Foundation, Montes and PADECOMSM as executing of actions in the northern zone of Morazán during the last months of the year 2016.
Research on the bird Chief Brown)Cacique melanicterus). Name wrong General aspects of the occurrence of the cacique aliamarilla)
General aspects of the occurrence of the chieftain., Fundarrecife.
Study on the occurrence of the Mexican Cacique in Los Cóbanos, The research objective is to provide general information about the cacique that will assist in the conservation of this and other species as well as their habitat.
Research on the neotropical cormorant(Phalacrocorax brasilianus)in the Cerrón Grande wetland.
Cormorant populations have grown considerably, displacing other birds in the Cerrón Grande wetland. The high consumption of fish has affected fishing and the local economy. For this reason the study proposes alternatives for the control and regulated use of this species.
Monitoring of Spider Monkey populations (Ateles Geoffroyi) in the Normandy Protected Natural Area.
Observation of spider monkeys to identify alimentary habits, behavior, and contribution to the regeneration of the Normandy forest.
Base line study of threatened and endangered wildlife in the metropolitan area of San Salvador.
Provide public environmental institutions, non-profit organizations and other social actors working for the protection and conservation of Salvadoran wildlife with base line information regarding the capture, characteristics, management, care, origen and final destination of wildlife in household captivity.
Ecological and environmental aspects of the ocean floor. Fundarrecife.
Information about the structure of the ocean floor and the impact this has in the features of the coastlines, waves, sedimentation and human actions.
Structure and composition of mangrove/estuary complex of the western sector of the Bay of Jiquilisco.
The study of the mangroves and estuaries of the western sector of the Jiquilisco Bay. This area is of considerable environmental and economic value and has been recently recognized as a Ramsar site and biosphere reserve. This study was utilized in the realization of the plan for the sustainable use of natural resources.
Study of the population of marine snails (Strombus Galeatus).
Studies aspects such as the biology, population and sea snail use by the communities of Los Cóbanos Protected Natural Area in Sonsonate. The objective of the study is to contribute to the conservation and management of this threatened species.
Detection of pesticide contamination in water, soil, sedimant and shrimp in Salinas El Potrero and Sisiguayo in Jiquilisco Bay.
The principle objective of the project was to determine pesticide contamination levels in Jiquilisco Bay shrimp farms (Penaeus Vannamei). The research is intended to detrmine possible factors that affect bay species, particularly those of commercial interest such as the shrimp (Penaeus sp), and provide information to support decision making in regards to the use of pesticides.
Project management mining environmental liabilities
In El Salvador it has historical background of mining, which began at the end of the eighteenth century and which were intermittently until the 80's. (1980). is known from at least 15 mines of gold and silver, however it is not known as it was closing or abandonment of the same; as well as processing plants and sites of disposal of wastes that were left without any measures for their rehabilitation or remediation.
Identification of fossils in La Joya – Sisimico Complex, San Vicente.
The protected natural area La Joya – Sisimico Complex hosts a considerable and diverse amount of threatened and endangered wildlife and is a rich archeological site. Artefacts found include fossils including mastodons, small fish, molluscs among other species.
Nutrition situation analysis in children less than five years of age in El Rillón.
Nutritional study of the community.
A study of the health and nutrition situation of children under five years of age in the community. The study examines nutrition, growth, psychological, social and motor skills, as well as pathologies and alimentation practices of El Rillón, Teotepeque, La Libertad.
Study Fluvial hydraulics of the river Angue.
This study funded by FIÃES includes information on drastic alterations that has suffered because of the extraction of sand River. Follow this process, can cause overflow that will cause the loss of agricultural land, road infrastructure and housing.