AMA Mexico works closely with University programs locally in the Bay of Banderas and other universities throughout Mexico.
Research Report No. 3
In Progress – Preliminary Interviews regarding attitudes and knowledge base about the sea turtles and biodiversity of Banderas Bay in preparation for a research project to be carried out by Natalia Cardoso (Professor Manuel Carlos, Advisor).
Research Report No. 2
In Progress -“Measuring Intrusive Human Factors Effecting the Nesting Habitat and Behavior of Endangered Sea Turtles on the North Shore of Banderas Bay, Nayarit, Mexico: A GIS and Ethnographic Analysis,” by Julia Carrillo (Professor Manuel Carlos, Advisor). Invited researcher for AMA Mexico (field research and data collection activities completed in July 2010).
Research Report No. 1
“A GIS/Ethnographic Analysis of the Effects of Human Activities and Tourist Development on the Conservation of Endangered Olive Ridley Sea Turtles on the Bay of Banderas, Nayarit, Mexico” by Jose Rolando Pantoja (Professor Manuel Carlos, Advisor). Invited researcher for AMA Mexico, October 2009.
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