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CEDO generates and shares technical-scientific knowledge to support decision making for ecosystem management and climate change. This program generates, manages and uses a vast geospatial database collected by CEDO to model different management scenarios for ecosystem-based fisheries management and mitigation of the impacts of climate change. Invest, Zonation and Atlantis ecosystem models are used to propose management options for the Gulf of California, especially the Northern Gulf and the Gulf of Mexico. Themes of interest are modeling larval connectivity, vulnerability of fishing communities, effects of Reserves on mitigating climate change impacts and others, among others.