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Complex past, promising future: Baja California’s green sea turtles

Green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) have been a source of food and medicine for the…

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Trading fish in Baja California Sur, Mexico

How are finfish resources in the Gulf of California distributed to seafood markets? Who is…

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Punta Abreojos: How a Small-Scale Fishing Cooperative Helped Build a Sustainable Community.

Along the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico, the community of Punta Abreojos is…

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20 years of ecological monitoring in the Gulf of California

The Long Term Ecological Monitoring Program (LTEMP) began in 1998 as a collaborative effort between…

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Marine habitat distributions in the Gulf of California

The value of nature and its contribution to human well-being and development is being increasingly…

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