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2008Exploring ecosystem-based harvesting strategies to recover the collapsed pink shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum) fishery in the southern Gulf of MexicoArreguín Sánchez, Francisco; Zetina Rejón, Manuel Jesús; Ramírez Rodríguez, Mauricio
2011An exploratory analysis to identify reproductive strategies of billfishesSalcedo-Bojórquez, Shelley; Arreguín Sánchez, Francisco
2008Patrón temporal de movimientos del mero Epinephelus morio en la plataforma continental norte de la península de Yucatán, MéxicoLópez Rocha, Jorge; Arreguín Sánchez, Francisco
2008Spatial distribution of red grouper Epinephelus morio (Serranidae) catchability on the Campeche Bank of MexicoLópez Rocha, Jorge Alberto; Arreguín Sánchez, Francisco
2007Multispecies perspective for small-scale fisheries management: A Trophic analysis of La Paz Bay in the Gulf of California, MexicoDíaz Uribe, J. Gabriel; Arreguín Sánchez, Francisco; Cisneros Mata, Miguel A.
2009Constant harvest rate for the Pacific sardine (Sardinops caeruleus) fishery in the Gulf of California based on catchability-at-length estimationsMartínez Aguilar, Susana; de Anda Montañez, Juan Antonio; Arreguín Sánchez, Francisco; Cisneros Mara, Miguel Angel
1998The trophic role of lutjanid fish and impacts of their fisheries in two ecosystems in the Gulf of MexicoArreguín Sánchez, Francisco; Manickchand-Heileman, S.
2007Benthic ecosystem modelo f the Sinaloa continental shelf, MexicoSalcido Guevara, L.A; Arreguín Sánchez, Francisco
2008Natural Hazards, Stock Depletion, and Stock Management in the Southern Gulf of Mexico Pink Shrimp FisheryArreguín Sánchez, Francisco; Ramírez Rodríguez, Mauricio; Zetina Rejón, Manuel Jesús; Cruz Escalona, Víctor Hugo
1995An investigation of the trophic role of three pelagic fishes of the Western coast of the Gulf of Mexico, using ECOPATH modelArreguín Sánchez, Francisco; Chávez O., Ernesto A.