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Listening for Mantas

Imagine you’re in a water taxi, speeding along the lush southern coast...

Counting fish in the kelp forests of Baja California

Kelp forests are the submerged counterparts of rain forests and are among...

Marine habitat distributions in the Gulf of California

The value of nature and its contribution to human well-being and development...

Bahía Magdalena: habitat diversity sustains fisheries

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

Finding fish with sound at Cabo Pulmo National Park

Counting fish is not an easy task and traditionally requires dive teams...

Tying it all together

The Gulf corvina (Cynoscion othonopterus), a large marine fish endemic to the...

Gulf Mangroves Store Carbon by the Ton

Severely threatened around the world, mangrove forests provide us with many irreplaceable...

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Pesqueria de Curvina

Biological and fisheries monitoring of the Gulf Corvina in the Upper Gulf of California

In the Upper Gulf of California, the Gulf corvina (Cynoscion othonopterus) fishery is one of the most important due to its catch volumes (between 2,000 and 6,000 tons per year) and economic gains ($ USD 3 million / year) (1). The Gulf corvina, from the Sciaenidae family, is a fish endemic to this region that...

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