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Segregation and foraging ecology of whale sharks, Rhincodon typus, in the southwestern Gulf of California. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 96: 779-795.
Despite the exploitation of these species in various areas of the Gulf of California, there are no formal management rules or plans that regulate the fishery, and population deterioration has been known to occur in some areas because of fishing (DOF 2012).
According to the NRDC, the sole cause of the extinction of the vaquita is the use of gillnets in the upper Gulf of California, and many of the fish caught in the area, including shrimp and corvina (sea bass), are exported to the US.
Unknown island: Seris, Europeans, and San Esteban Island in the Gulf of California. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
Ortega-Rubio, "First approach of a method to assess water quality for arid climate bay in the Gulf of California," Science of the Total Environment, vol.
The Gulf of California is a subtropical semienclosed sea characterized by a cyclonic circulation in summer and an anticyclonic circulation in winter and by a seasonally reversible upwelling system with moderate upwelling along the west coast during summer and intense upwelling along the east coast during winter [2, 3].
Mexico City, October 20 (BNA) - A 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the western coast of Mexico in the Gulf of California between the Mexican states of Sonora and Baja California Sur, the US Geological Survey reported.
In Culiacan, Sinaloa, a city on the Gulf of California notorious for drug-related violence, women dance in a cemetery during a birthday party for a man who died the year before, at age 35.
The Gulf of California: Biodiversity and Conservation offers college-level readers a pointed and in-depth survey of the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) and its 6,000 recorded animal species.
The Gulf of California is a semienclosed dynamic sea where strong changes in temperature, salinity, and currents [18] are related to the seasonal flux of the Gulf of California and to tropical surface water masses which provide a unique environment where the southern tropical, subtropical, and northern temperate marine biota develops [19, 20].
Officials in the Gulf of California city of Mulege evacuated families in vulnerable areas, and in the flood-prone city of Ciudad Constitution, officials opened 26 shelters for local residents.