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Black Abalone Storymap

A Binational Working Group 2023 Small Grants Recipient


This project will produce an ESRI story map about the endangered black abalone. The story will feature compelling imagery, video segments, and interactive data presentation. Content will include up-to-date information about the ecology, population trends, environmental impacts, cultural value, and historical fisheries. The story line will center on conservation efforts to restore black abalone to the eastern Pacific rocky intertidal, including NOAA’s Black Abalone Recovery Plan, a recent black abalone translocation project, and the collaborative innovations in the aquaculture of this species happening in southern California and northern Baja.

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Michael Ready, Fabiola Lafarga De La Cruz

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