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The Baja California Peninsula Wetlands: Characteristics, Designations, Threats and Focal Species

Mar 15, 2022 | Climate Change, Environment, Marine and Coastal Ecosystems

Deep-dive into seven wetlands of the Baja California Peninsula, including general characteristics, designations, threats and focal species of the following: Colorado River Delta Wetland System; Punta Banda Estuary; San Quintín Bay; Guerrero Negro Wetland Complex; San Ignacio Complex; Magdalena Bay Lagoon Complex; Ensenada de La Paz. 

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