Tag Archives: Climate Change

Collective Action in Northwest Mexico Fisheries

Some sustainable fisheries in northwest Mexico have been collectively developed and implemented by fishers, NGOs, academia, and government. This allows the users to be involved in the decision making, using the best available science, and regulations to be appropriate. This … Continue reading

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Tijuana Estuary and climate change

Photo: Alessandra Selgi-Harrigan “The San Diego Foundation recently awarded a grant of $39,743 to TRNERR and SWIA to study some of the effects of climate change in the Tijuana Estuary. This grant was one of three to fund studies on climate change research.” … Continue reading

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Not at Home on the Range

“A new study on parasites that infect a marine snail suggests that though hosts might expand their geographical range, the parasites don’t always follow” By : Sonia Fernandez   Photo: Julie Hopper

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