sharon Zinah Herzka Llona
Department of Biological Oceanography
Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education at Ensenada
Sharon Zinah Herzka Llona is a Principal Researcher from Department of Biological Oceanography currently working in below listed projects • Implementation of oceanographic observations (physical, geochemical, and ecological) for the generation of scenarios to possible contingencies related to the exploration and production of hydrocarbons in deep waters of the gulf of mexico • Basic line and environmental monitoring • Spill scenario • Xiximi oceanographic campaigns in the deep water area line 2 • Dispersion of surface and depth particles on the continental south of the gulf of western mexico • Biological connectivity on the continental south of the gulf of western mexico • Biological connectivity on the continental south of the gulf of western mexico • Isotopic analysis of carbon and nitrogen amino acids in fish texts to inferate tropical relations: evaluation of the premises associated with their application • Reconstruction of the native origin and structure of Pacific sardine caught in the Pacific of Baja California
Oceanography and fisheries ecology Use and conservation of marine resources
López RFJ, Lluch CS, Balart PE, Herzka LSZ (2016) Variation in isotopic trophic structure and fish diversity in mangrove systems subject to varying levels of habitat modification in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Bulletin of Marine Science 92: 399-422.
Oñate GEC, Sosa NO, Herzka LZ , Lowe CG, Lyons K, et al. (2017) Importance of Bahia Sebastian Vizcaino as a nursery area for white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) in the Northeastern Pacific: A fishery dependent analysis. Fisheries Research 188: 125-137.