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Operationalizing the social-ecological systems framework to assess sustainability
Significance Meeting human needs while sustaining ecosystems and the benefits they provide is a global challenge. Coastal marine systems present a particularly important case, given that >50% of theExpand
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Influence of Rhodolith-Forming Species and Growth-Form on Associated Fauna of Rhodolith Beds in the Central-West Gulf of California, México
.  Rhodoliths provide a stable and three-dimensional habitat to which other seaweeds and invertebrates can attach. Although ecological factors affecting rhodolith beds have been studied, little isExpand
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Sensitivity of mangrove range limits to climate variability
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Outstanding appearance of Ruppia maritima along Baja California Sur, México and its influence in trophic networks
Human impact and global warming are driving major modifications to the world’s ecosystems, the coastal zone being one of the most damaged. Seagrass meadows constitute coastal communities that haveExpand
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Like a rolling stone: the mobility of maerl (Corallinaceae) and the neutrality of the associated assemblages.
Beds of nonattached coralline algae (maerl or rhodoliths) are widespread and considered relatively species rich. This habitat is generally found in areas where there is chronic physical disturbanceExpand
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Caracterización espacial y biogeográfica de las asociaciones de macroalgas de Bahía del Rincón,Baja California Sur,México
Se caracterizo la flora marina de la zona de Bahia del Rincon - La Rivera por medio de prospecciones intensivas en diferentes localidades a varias profundidades. Ademas, se realizo un analisisExpand
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Range Extension of Cutleria hancockii Dawson (Cutleriales, Phaeophyta) to the Southwestern Gulf of California, Mexico
Abstract A range extension of Cutleria hancockii Dawson to the southern portion of the Gulf of California is presented based on collections developed in several localities from Bahía de Los Ángeles,Expand
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1 LIKE A ROLLING STONE : THE MOBILITY OF MAERL ( CORALLINACEAE ) AND 1 THE NEUTRALITY OF THE ASSOCIATED ASSEMBLAGES 2 3
Beds of non-attached coralline algae (maerl or rhodoliths) are widespread and 15 considered relatively species rich. This habitat is generally found in areas where there is 16 chronic physicalExpand
RANGE EXTENSION OF CUTLERIA HANCOCKII (CUTLERIALES; PHAEOPHYTA) TO THE SOUTHWESTERN GULF OF CALIFORNIA, MÉXICO
A range extension of Cutleria hancockii Dawson to the southern portion of the Gulf of California is presented based on collections in Concepción Bay, La Paz Bay and Muertos Bay between March, 1996Expand