Sustainable Management of Fisheries and Spawning Aggregations in the Upper Gulf of California (Conapesca 2000 - 2008)
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- 2005-01-01 to 2007-12-31
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Mascareñas Osorio, Ismael; Aburto-Oropeza, Octavio; López-Sagástegui, Catalina (2018). Sustainable Management of Fisheries and Spawning Aggregations in the Upper Gulf of California (Conapesca 2000 - 2008). In dataMares: Fisheries. UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. http://doi.org/10.6075/J0S180QC
These data were requested by the GCMP to the office in El Golfo de Santa, are the data of the official catches of fishing of curvina golfina from 2000 to 2008 when the secretariat in charge was SEMARNAP and after that year was divided into SAGARPA AND SEMARNAT . These data were collected in different visits to the office of the community of Santa Clara. The data are used as part of the research program to improve the management of fisheries in the Upper Gulf of California. They have been used to observe trends in catches of the most important fishery resources in Santa Clara.
The data was requested from the office manager when the secretariat in charge was the SEMARNAP in the community (Golfo de Santa Clara) between 2000 and 2008.
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The data described here have been embargoed until 2020-01-01. Inquiries should be directed to Ismael Mascareñas (email@example.com)
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