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In Search of Spawning Aggregations in the Sea of Cortez

In Search of Spawning Aggregations in the Sea of Cortez

Story courtesy of Dr. Andrew Johnson, The Gulf of California Marine Program at SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography (SIO) University of California San DiegoAndrew Johnson, Alfredo Barroso, Brad Erisman, David Ivan Castro and Timothy Rowell pose for a photo following a long reef dive....
Unmanaged Fishing at Spawning Sites Put Species, Economies at Risk

Unmanaged Fishing at Spawning Sites Put Species, Economies at Risk

“David and Goliath.” David Castro is pictured with a spawning aggregation of Bigeye Trevally (Caranax sexfasciatus) in Cabo National Park, Mexico. Credit: Octavio Aburto, ILCP. PORT ARANSAS, Texas — Countries worldwide may soon see mass species loss and challenges for local...
Scientists, NOAA and Anglers Team-Up

Scientists, NOAA and Anglers Team-Up

Many species of fish in the Gulf of Mexico like this goliath grouper come together and form dense aggregations to spawn. Scientists will begin to compile existing data on these aggregations to get a better understanding of the fisheries, which can...