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March 13, 2018

Saving Mexico’s Coral Reefs

Fay Crevoshay


Mexico’s Pacific coast features some of the most biodiverse rocky and coral reef ecosystems on the planet, that are home to hundreds of species of fish, marine invertebrates and iconic wildlife including sea turtles, dolphins, and sharks. This past week, the COSTASALVAJE team hosted the ‘2nd Regional Workshop on Coral Reef Monitoring in the Mexican Pacific’ in Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico. CONANP (National Commission of Natural Protected Areas) staff from seven marine protected areas throughout the Mexican Pacific attended along with university researchers and other conservation organizations for a total of 24 representatives in attendance. Read more...