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Experimental Black Abalone Translocation

A Binational Working Group 2022 Small Grants Recipient


Although once abundant in the rocky shores of the Californias, black abalone populations have reduced dramatically due to climate change, environmental stressors, disease outbreaks, and fishing. In order to restore natural populations and protect coastal resilience, this experimental project aims to translocate black abalone individuals from high to low density sites. The project was partially funded by the Climate Science Alliance’s Small Grants program from its Binational Working Group. The Small Grant funds were used to document and expand on this translocation experiment and subsequent monitoring of black abalone populations in Baja California.

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Rodrigo Beas Luna, Jeremy Bauer, Jeremey Long, Julio Lorda Solorzano

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Alliance Small Grants Program Supports Project on Black Abalone Translocation in Mexico

On today’s blog: A new update for Baja Working Group Small Grants funded project “Experimental Translocation of Black Abalone”, led by...

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The Climate Science Alliance Binational Working Group is a climate collaboration for nature and people across the US-Mexico Border.

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