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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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Overview of the fishing sector in Mexico: Part I

All trades carry a story through a worker’s hands. In the same way the hands of a farmer or…

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Overview of the fishing sector in Mexico: Part II

In each vessel that sails from Puerto San Carlos, Baja California Sur and 16 other…

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Bahía Magdalena: habitat diversity sustains fisheries

The lagoon complex Bahia Magdalena-Almejas (BMA) is one of the most biodiverse lagoon ecosystems in…

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A first look at blue carbon storage in Mexican desert mangroves

Blue carbon, carbon sequestered by marine ecosystems such as coral reefs or coastal wetlands, aids…

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