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The Nursery Area of the Devil Ray ( Mobula munkiana ) at a marine protected area in the Espíritu Santo Archipelago , Gulf of California , Mexico

  title={The Nursery Area of the Devil Ray ( Mobula munkiana ) at a marine protected area in the Esp{\'i}ritu Santo Archipelago , Gulf of California , Mexico},
  author={Marta D. Palacios and Alumno},
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Riqueza y abundancia relativa de los batoideos de la pesquería artesanal en el archipiélago Espíritu Santo, BCS, México

Background: The Gulf of California possesses a high diversity of marine ichthyofauna while representing one of the main fishing areas in Mexico. The shark and ray fishery constitute an important



Shark nursery areas: concepts, definition, characterization and assumptions

A new more quantitative definition of shark nursery areas is proposed that requires 3 criteria to be met for an area to be identified as a nursery: sharks are more commonly encountered in the area than other areas; sharks have a tendency to remain or return for extended periods; and the area or habitat is repeatedly used across years.

Estudio Comparativo de la Reproduccion de tres Especies del Genero Mobula (Chondrichthyes: Mobulidae) en el Suroeaste del Golfo de California, Mexico

  • Master science dissertation, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, La Paz, Mexico.
  • 2009

Restricted movements of juvenile rays in the lagoon of Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia – evidence for the existence of a nursery

Little information is available on the movements and behaviour of tropical rays despite their potential ecological roles and economic value as a fishery and a tourism resource. A description of the

Carbon and nitrogen discrimination factors for elasmobranch soft tissues based on a long-term controlled feeding study

The foraging ecology of elasmobranchs (sharks, skates, and rays) is difficult to study because species have spatially and temporally diverse diets. Many diet and habitat preference studies for

δ15N and δ13C values in dental collagen as a proxy for age- and sex-related variation in foraging strategies of California sea lions

We assessed the foraging habits of California sea lions, Zalophus californianus, from Isla Santa Margarita, BCS, Mexico, by analyzing δ13C and δ15N values of dentin collagen. Since dentin is

Simulación numérica de la circulación por marea y viento del noroeste y sur en la Bahía De La Paz, B.C.S.

A hydrodynamic barotropic model was used to simulate the circulation induced by tide and wind in the Bay of La Paz, B.C.S. The tide components M2, N2, S2, K2, 01 and K1 were considered in this model