Coral reefs are structures that combine beauty, functionality and balance; but besides being a meeting point for thousands of marine organisms, their behavior and state of health are a source of study for their conservation in the coasts of Jalisco.
In Puerto Vallarta, from the Coastal Research Center of the University Center of the Coast (CUCosta) of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG), scientists investigate the ecology of coral reefs in the area. The study focuses on the environmental and climate monitoring of these marine structures, as well as their conservation.
Dr. Amilcar Cupul Magaña, from the Center for Coastal . . .