Fisheries Management of Mexican and Central American Estuaries
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Provides understanding on the function and effects of human activities in Central American and Mexican estuarine systems
A great source of current information on estuaries for scientists around the globe
Serves as a strategic model for how and why to take the next step of pulling multiple studies into a single synthesis
Focuses on three major pillars dealing with physical/chemical considerations, ecological considerations and socioeconomic considerations
Felipe Amezcua is a research professor at the Institute of Marine Science and Limnology of the National University of Mexico and is based at a station of the Institute in Mazatlan. He specializes in the ecology of estuarine and coastal fish of the Gulf of California as well as small-scale fisheries. He completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the Faculty of Science from the National University of Mexico and received his Ph.D. in Marine Biology from the University of Liverpool (UK).
Brian Bellgraph is a fisheries scientist for Battelle Memorial Institute at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), one of nine United States Department of Energy federal research laboratories. He primarily studies fish ecology and behavior and the impacts of energy production on fisheries sustainability, but has additional interests in artisanal and subsistence fisheries. Brian obtained a Master’s of Science degree in Fish and Wildlife Management from Montana State University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from Michigan State University.