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Alternative fishing gears may do more harm than good in the Upper Gulf of California

Alternative fishing gears are often designed with one target species in mind. If the new…

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Monitoring manta rays in Bahia de Banderas, Mexico

Oceanic manta rays are one of the most mysterious animals in the ocean. Despite growing up…

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Assessing the role of fish in kelp forests and rocky reefs

There is a widespread perception that the healthier an ecosystem is, the more species it…

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Spatial Distribution of Potential Fishing Effort in the Gulf of California, Mexico

The Gulf of California is well known for being one of the world’s top marine…

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Distant mangroves share similar fish communities, while neighbors can be different

Mangrove forests form complex and productive ecosystems at the edges of the tropical oceans, and…

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