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Subject: Re: Kelp Ecology Course.
From: Gustavo Hernandez Carmona <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Sat, 10 Aug 1996 01:10:52 +0100
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COURSE:

Giant Kelp Forest Ecology and Fisheries Management

Date: 7-9 de Octubre de 1996

PLACE: CENTRO INTERDISCIPLINARIO DE CIENCIAS MARINAS

PLAYA EL CONCHALITO S/N LA PAZ, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, MEXICO

SCHEDULE: 9:00 A 13:00

Instructor:  Dr. Michael S. Foster, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories,
Moss Landing, California, USA .

Co-instructors: Dra. Elisa Serviere.
Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste.

M. C.Gustavo Hernández-Carmona.
Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas.

Objective:

The primary objective of this course is to review what is known about the
ecology
of giant kelp forests and associated species, particularly those that are
harvested.
Modern methods used to investigate problems in kelp forest ecology will also
be presented
and discussed.

PROGRAMME:

DATE: October 7

1A. Introduction/Course Organization
1B. The kelp forest community
 1. Dominant species- algae, invertebrates, fishes, birds, mammals
 2. Oceanographic environment
 3. Geographic distribution
 4. Local distribution
 5. Temporal variation
 6. Prouctivity and energy flow

DATE: October 8

2A. Life history and morphology of Giant Kelp and Related Brown Algae
2B. Population ecology of Giant Kelp
2C. Population ecology of associated species
2D. Laboratory: Macrocystis morphology and life history

DATE: October 9

3A. Sea urchin grazing
3B. Kelp harvesting and other human impacts
 1. Kelp harvesting
 2. Fish and shellfish harvesting
 3. Fisheries management
 4. Pollution and other human impacts
 5. Restoration of degraded habitats
 6. Using artificial reefs to make new kelp forests
 3C. Distribution and management of Macrocystis forest in Mexico.
 3C. Group discussion: Current and future kelp forest research projects in
     the Californias


REGISTRATION FEE:
 
RESEARCHER: $14 Dlls
STUDENTS $ 7 dlls
Members of the Mexican Phycologycal Society: No cost.

INFORMATION:

Biol. Cruz del Carmen Juárez Olvera.
Jefe del Depto de Vinculación Académica.
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M. en C. Margarita Casa-Valdez.
Coordinadora del evento.
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M. en C. Gustavo Hernández C. 
Vocal Académico de la  SFM.
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Ap. Postal 592, La Paz, B.C. S.
Tel: 91(112)-2-53-44, 2-53-66.
Fax: 2-53-33









M. en C. Gustavo HERNANDEZ-CARMONA
CICIMAR-IPN.
Playa el Conchalito s/n
Ap. Post. 592
La Paz, Baja California Sur, MEXICO.
Phone: +52 (112) 2-53-44, +52 (112) 2-53-66, +52 (112) 3-03-50
Fax:   +52 (112) 2-53-22
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