Seasonal residency of Gulf Grouper within Cabo Pulmo National Park
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- 2014-11-01 to 2015-03-07
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Rowell, Timothy J.; Cota Nieto, Juan Jose; Castro Arvizu, David Ivan; Steele, Mark A.; TinHan, Thomas T.; Erisman, Brad (2018). Seasonal residency of Gulf Grouper within Cabo Pulmo National Park. In dataMares: Fisheries. UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. http://doi.org/10.6075/J05B00PD
The project monitored detections of 5 tagged Gulf Grouper within Cabo Pulmo National Park. For these 5 individuals, they were detected at the reefs of El Bajo and Los Morros, showing temporary residency at these locations.
Detection data were from Vemco V13 tags and Vemco VR2-69kHz receivers.
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Software used: Microsoft Excel. Coordinate system: WGS 1984.
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- Timothy J. Rowell, Juan José Cota Nieto, David Iván Castro Arvizu, Mark A. Steele, Thomas T. TinHan, Brad Erisman (2015): Seasonal residency of Gulf Grouper within Cabo Pulmo National Park. DataMares. InteractiveResource.
- Timothy J. Rowell, Juan José Cota Nieto, David Iván Castro Arvizu, Mark A. Steele, Thomas T. TinHan, Brad Erisman (2015): Residencia estacional de la baya dentro del Parque Nacional Cabo Pulmo. DataMares. InteractiveResource.
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