A Conversation About a Dwarf Sperm Whale
By: Abelardo Castillo Rosas, Associate Specialist in Human Geography and Wildlife, CEDO | Cover photo: Heather and Andrew Hodgson Stranded dwarf sperm whale (Kogia sima) | Photo: Abelardo Castillo On September 17 at noon, at the Puerto Peñasco dock, a group of people found a...
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Monitoring of bycatch in the green crab fishery in the Puerto Peñasco to Puerto Lobos Biological Corridor, Sonora, Mexico Case study on quantifying food loss and waste
By: CEDO Intercultural. . ORGANIZATION CEDO 41 years logo The Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO) combines vision, leadership, knowledge and experience with a view to fostering dynamic communities and resilient ecosystems. The organization has been working in the northern Gulf...
Monitoring the pulse of the desert through avian monitoring in the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve
By: Aaron Flesch, Miguel Grageda García Monitoring the status and distribution of wildlife and vegetation are fundamental aspects of conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity and natural resources. Without solid baseline information on these and other parameters, individuals, habitats, and potentially entire populations or species...
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