Gloria Pelayo-Martínez

Gloria Pelayo-Martínez
University of Guadalajara | UDG · Departamento para el Desarrollo Sustentable de Zonas Costeras ( DEDSZC )

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Introduction
PhD student at Department of Studies for Sustainable Development of Coastal Zones-University of Guadalajara. My study project it´s about the ecology of cephalopod paralarvae in the coastal and oceanic zone of the Mexican Central Pacific.
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August 2014 - August 2018
University of Guadalajara
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (9)
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Surface microplastics were sampled monthly in four tropical bays (Manzanillo, Santiago, Navidad and Cuastecomates) of the central Mexican Pacific during March 2017 to February 2018. Microplastic concentrations ranged between 0.01 and 1.05 particles/m2 with a median per bay ranging between 0.26 and 0.40 particles/m2. Raman spectroscopy registered po...
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The grass squid Pickfordiateuthis vossi Brakoniecki, 1996 is a dwarf species distributed along the northwest coast of Mexico. In the eastern Pacific, little is known about its distribution and life cycle. Two specimens, which are considered the smallest individuals of the genus collected to date, were caught in zooplankton trawls during 2 oceanogra...
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The grass squid Pickfordiateuthis vossi Brakoniecki, 1996 is a dwarf species distributed along the northwest coast of Mexico. In the eastern Pacific, little is known about its distribution and life cycle. Two specimens, which are considered the smallest individuals of the genus collected to date, were caught in zooplankton trawls during 2 oceanogra...
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We report the first systematic list and the distribution of species richness of cephalopod paralarvae of the Mexican Pacific. The list includes two superorders, two orders, three suborders, 15 families, 31 genera, 38 species, and 29 morphotypes, increasing in more than three times the species richness previously registered in pioneer studies in the...
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Copepods are an important planktonic group, and account for most of the total biomass and species diversity in pelagic marine ecosystems. Seasonal variability of the community structure of copepods in the Eastern tropical Pacific off central Mexico was studied during three distinct hydrodynamic periods in 2010 using statistical and multivariate ana...
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The response of zooplankton, phytoplankton biomass (Chl-a concentration) and nutrients to the oceanographic variability in the Mexican Central Pacific was studied over three oceanographic surveys realized in 2010 (January, May and October). The highest zooplankton biomass (48 mL 1000 m-3) was registered in May when nitrites, nitrates, phosphates an...
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To determine if the Mexican Central Pacific ocean dynamics influences the hydrography of the coastal area of this region and this can be a modulator factor of harmful algal blooms (HAB), results obtained between 2009 and 2013 are analyzed to cover the oceanic zone, coastal and seasonality between Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco (21º14’06.1” N, 105º32’40.6...
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Las investigaciones sobre los procesos oceanográficos que ocurren en el Pacífico Central Mexicano (PCM) han aumentado en los últimos años debido al interés por su mejor entendimiento. Como parte de esto, se analiza la variabilidad de la biomasa y estructura del zooplancton de dos campañas oceanográficas a bordo del buque “BIP XII” durante invierno...
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Samples of fish larvae collected in January-June and October 2010 in three parallel transects to the coast of Jalisco, Colima and Michoacan states (10, 50 and 100 nm respectively) were carried out. Zooplankton samples were obtained by oblique tows with a bongo net, and fish larvae obtained in the 500 microns net were analyzed. A total of 67 taxa be...

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Projects (3)
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Establish the baseline of microplastic concentration in surface waters of the Mexican central Pacific, infer potential microplastic ingestion by different taxonomic groups of zooplankton, and analyze the impact of microplastic ingestion on the rates of biological production and genomic expression in ecologically or commercially important zooplankton species.
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The aim of this work is assess under laboratory conditions, the coexistence of dinoflagellates C. polykrikoides, G. catenatum and L. polyedra.