Sustainable Management of Fisheries and Spawning Aggregations in the Upper Gulf of California (Cucapá)
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- 2002-02-02 to 2016-04-21
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López-Sagástegui, Catalina; Mascareñas Osorio, Ismael (2018). Sustainable Management of Fisheries and Spawning Aggregations in the Upper Gulf of California (Cucapá). In dataMares: Fisheries. UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. http://doi.org/10.6075/J0833Q7X
Data were collected by the Gulf of California Marine Program (GCMP) directly with the cooperative SCPP. Pueblo Indigena Cucapa Chapay Seisjhiurrar Cucapa S.C. Of R.L. Using their fishing catch recrods from 2002-2016. The data are used as part of the research program to improve the management of fisheries in the Upper Gulf of California. Specifically for Cucapá fishermen, the gulf corvina (Cynoscion othonopterus) is the only fishery they work in, the information here is provided to a multidisciplinary group that tries to approach fishing management from various perspectives with the objective of integrating aspects of differentiated rights with biological-fishing sciences to create an exclusive management plan for the fishermen Cucapá.
Data from the fishing recrods from the Cucapa.
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The data described here have been embargoed until 2020-01-01. Inquiries should be directed to Catalina López-Sagástegui (email@example.com)
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