Baja California's Biological Transition Zones: Refuges for the California Sardine

@article{LluchBelda2003BajaCB,
  title={Baja California's Biological Transition Zones: Refuges for the California Sardine},
  author={D. Lluch-Belda and D. B. Lluch-Cota and S. Lluch-Cota},
  journal={Journal of Oceanography},
  year={2003},
  volume={59},
  pages={503-513}
}
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 the relative isolation or interchange between the western coast of the Baja California peninsula and the Gulf of California, as well as mechanisms that permit the existence of sizeable stocks of California sardine. Biological Action Centers that have high productivity throughout the year, as opposed to… Expand
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