Applications and ProceduresSERNANP2021-12-23T05:08:34+00:00
Find here the information that will allow you to request permission to develop research in the Protected Natural Areas (ANP) of national administration. Remember, the research authorization implies commitments and obligations for the researcher.
SERNANP offers the following facilities for all researchers seeking to develop actions within the ANP:
Complete the procedures through:
BELOW WE WILL PRESENT THE ROUTE IN 3 STEPS
Before submitting your research authorization, review the following:
STEP 1: GET INFORMED
Identify your scope of work with your geographical coordinates in our ANP GeoVisor
Check if you have pending commitments
If your investigation covers only one ANP, request your authorization from the headquarters of said ANP. If your investigation covers two or more ANPs, or one that does not have leadership (ANP that does not appear in the Directory)
If your research includes ANP buffer zone, ACP and / or ACR you must request your research authorization from SERFOR
You must request your research authorization from the ANP Management Directorate (Headquarters: Lima)
B. According to the nature of your research you can follow the following route: Automatic approval.
STEP 2: REQUEST YOUR INVESTIGATION AUTHORIZATION
A. Verify that you have the requirements for the process correspondent
You can review other considerations or frequently asked questions in our guide for the path of investigation in ANP:
C. Send your documentation to the Sernanp party table
Requires prior evaluation.
Learn about our general biosafety protocol:
STEP 3: FULFILL YOUR OBLIGATIONS AND COMMITMENTS
Once the research authorization has been granted, which can be via electronic communication or at the registered address in the application submitted, make sure you are well informed of the obligations and commitments assumed with the research authorization, which are indicated in the herself.
CONSULTATIONS AND GUIDANCE
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Telephone exchange: (511) 717-7500