Collaborative Research and Monitoring
“The ultimate aim of CEDO’s research and monitoring program is to generate and integrate science into decisions that foster greater harmony between communities and ecosystems”
~ Peggy Turk Boyer, Executive Director
CEDO builds concensus around common management goals and the indicators that measure ecological and socio-economic progress in achieving them and involves local stakeholders and partners to generate the needed information and evaluate progress. We maintain a comprehensive geo-referenced database and feed this information into ecosystem models to aid decision making for Fisheries Management, Biodiversity Conservation, and Ecosystem & Climate Change in four eco-regions in Mexico.
- Gulf of Ulloa, Mexican Pacific
- Upper Gulf of California (UNESCO Biosphere Reserve)
- Puerto Peñasco to Puerto Lobos Corridor, northern Gulf of California
- Gulf of Mexico