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Ecotourism or Ecotour-ish? Evaluation of Marine-Based Ecotourism Operations in Baja California Sur

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Climate Change

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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Mexico’s national fishery statistics

Conclusions In 1995 the Mexican Secretariat of Fisheries published the National Fisheries Inventory for the…

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Endemism and protected species on the shores of Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo National Park conserves an amazing diversity of marine creatures, yet the arid lands…

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Gulf Corvina

The value of fisheries in the Upper Gulf of California

In April 2015, a temporary suspension of fishing with gill nets in the Upper Gulf…

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