Monitoreando la actividad turística en Bahía Magdalena-Almejas: avistamiento de ballena gris

Por Juan José Cota Nieto Fotografías por Miguel Gómez Castellanos. En el 2018 realizamos un primer ejercicio (piloto) para describir de manera espacial el desarrollo de la actividad turística en el sistema lagunar Bahía Magdalena-Almejas (BMA). ​Es un sistema considerado como uno de los ecosistemas lagunares con mayor biodiversidad y atractivo ecoturístico y pesquero en […]


Life aboard the Searcher

By Paula Ezcurra Our 14-day island biogeography expedition in the southern Gulf of California took place aboard the Searcher. For these two weeks, 25 scientists and six crew members lived, ate, slept, and worked from the ship. As with all field work, conducting research while at sea requires a scientist to adapt to their surroundings. […]


Studying island biogeography: an interdisciplinary research experience

By Paula Ezcurra   Island biogeography examines the relationship between islands in a given region, finding similarities and differences in the flora and fauna of each. This information helps us understand the biodiversity of specific communities, and the evolutionary history of a region. Exploring, surveying, and sampling the biota of several islands is no easy […]



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