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Worldwide large-scale fluctuations of sardine and anchovy populations
Decade-scale regimes of sardine Sardinops sagax and anchovy Engraulis spp. have been observed in the productive coastal waters of the North-Western, North-Eastern and South-Eastern Pacific and theExpand
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World-wide fluctuations of sardine and anchovy stocks: the regime problem
Summed differences between the highest and lowest catches of two clupeoid taxa, sardines Sardinops spp. and Sardina pilchardus and anchovies Engraulis spp., in five regions where they co-occur are inExpand
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Sardine and anchovy regime fluctuations of abundance in four regions of the world oceans: a workshop report
Regimes of high abundance of sardine (Sardinops sagax and sardina pikhardw) have alternated with regimes of high abundance of anchovy (Engradis spp.) in each of the five regions of the world whereExpand
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Sardine and anchovy spawning as related to temperature and upwelling in the California current system
Sardine and anchovy spawning was analyzed regarding its relation to sea-surface temperature and upwelling, using CalCOFI cruise data and Bakun's upwelling indices. Previous reports of temperatureExpand
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The Gulf of California: Review of ecosystem status and sustainability challenges
The Gulf of California is unique because of its geographical location and conformation. It hosts diverse ecosystems and important fisheries that support industry and provide livelihood to coastalExpand
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A global movement toward an ecosystem approach to management of marine resources
1Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Narragansett Laboratory, NOAA-Fisheries, 28 Tarzwell Drive, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882, USA *Email: kenneth.sherman@noaa.gov 2Director of ScientificExpand
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Changing climate in the Gulf of California
We conducted a four year interdisciplinary collaborative project focused in the Gulf of California, the most important fishing region for Mexico. We reviewed published reports, collected and analyzedExpand
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Baja California's Biological Transition Zones: Refuges for the California Sardine
The information on the transitional areas between the temperate and tropical domains at the southern extent of the California Current System is reviewed and described, particularly searching for theExpand
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SCALES OF INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM: ASSOCIATED PHYSICAL MECHANISMS AND LIKELY ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS
We examined interannual change in several physical environmental indexes to isolate the main scales of variation previously reported—the high (~5‐7 years), decadal-bidecadal (~20‐30 years), and veryExpand
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Perspectives for implementing fisheries certification in developing countries
This paper discusses the future of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), a market-based certification program, in developing countries and exposes the challenges and opportunities for fish producers.Expand
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