Sustainable Fisheries Planning in the Northern Gulf of California

Wednesday, January 13, 2:00 pm MSTThe current time in the MST timezone is 8:28 am
Duration: 00 minutes

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The Gulf of California is one of the most productive fishing regions in the world, and contains Mexico's most important fisheries. It is also home to 8 million people, many of whom rely on the Gulf for their livelihoods. As in most of the world's coastal areas, climate change and overfishing threaten both social well-being and ecosystem health. Coastal Marine Spatial Planning is a tool for sustainable management, where human activities are allocated in space and time to meet ecological, economic and social objectives. Dr. Mozaria-Luna will describe how this is being implemented in the Northern Gulf to better organize and manage fisheries.

Hem Nalini Morzaria-Luna, Ph.D.
Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO)
Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico

Dr. Mozaria-Luna is Principal Researcher and Coordinator of CEDO's Program on Climate Change and Ecosystem Management. She is a marine ecologist whose research is focused on understanding the broad impacts of climate change on fisheries. Hem applies ecosystem models to assess the system-wide cumulative impacts of climate change and other anthropogenic drivers. She has a Ph.D. in Botany with a minor in Limnology and Marine Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an Undergraduate degree in Marine Biology from Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur. Hem holds the distinction of National System of Researchers Level I, from Mexico's National Council of Science and Technology. She lives in Seattle, WA, where she is a visiting researcher at the Northwest Fisheries Center, NOAA.

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