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J -C Toto, S Abaga, P Carnevale, and F Simard
September 5, 2003

The invasive oriental mosquito Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Skuse) (Diptera: Culicidae) was detected on Bioko Island for the first time in November 2001. It was found to be well established breeding in artificial containers at Planta, near Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea. This is the third tropical African country to be invaded by Ae. albopictus, which has recently spread to many parts of the Americas and Europe--with vector competence for dengue, yellow fever and other arboviruses.

J C Toto, S Abaga, P Carnevale, and F Simard
October 9, 2003

This report describes the history of the oriental mosquito and traces it back to certain diseases believed to be caused by the insect in Equatorial Guinea and other countries.

Phillips Petroleum Company Europe-Africa, Africa Exploration
D A Wood
March 2, 1982

regional study of the potential for hydrocarbon exploration in Africa: Including map showing the distribution and geological characteristics of the sedimentary basins.

Unknown
December 17, 2008

A report prepared for a Global Climate Change conference that took place in Sirte, Libya December 15-17, 2008. The report discusses Equatorial Guinea's national investment strategy for agriculture and details the current status of the country's agriculture sector.

Council of the European Union
December 27, 2000

Establishes the guidelines for fishing in the waters of Equatorial Guinea by EU nations.

Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program
September 1, 2010

This report analyzes the current threats to monkey species living on Bioko Island and makes recommendations to ensure their preservation. This document is an update of the BBPP report “Monkeys in Trouble: The Rapidly Deteriorating Conservation Status of the Monkeys on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (2006)” which was in turn an update of the earlier 2001 report “The Approaching Extinction of Monkeys and Duikers on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, Africa.”

Alison L Hoare
February 1, 2007

This report documents research and data on the use of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) from the six countries of the Congo Basin: Cameroon, Central African Republic (CAR), Republic of Congo or Congo-Brazzaville (referred to in the report as Congo-B), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Gabon, Equatorial Guinea. Those studies that focused exclusively on areas outside of the humidtropical areas were not included – for example, northern Cameroon and southern DRCNTFPs are extremely important to forest communities in terms of basic livelihoods, providing a range of essential resources such as fuelwood, protein, raw materials for household items and medicines. However, much of this value and the livelihood security that NTFPs can provide is little researched and understood.

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

This report was prepared as a contribution to the development of the Action Plan for the West and Central African Region. One of its main objectives is to provide the Governments of the Region with an overview of the current status of oil production, transportation, pollution, and pollution control along the coasts of West and Central Africa.

UNICEF
February 29, 2008

Documents the hardships caused by the lack of access to potable water and sanitation, and highlight a project implemented by UNICEF and ExxonMobil to provide schools access to clean water.

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