Assessment and monitoring of marine pollution in Manzanillo and Santiago Bays, Colima, Mexico Public Deposited

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  • During the last 10 years or so, enormous amounts of money have been invested in Manzanillo for several new installations and improvement of others. Some of the most important are the building of the thermoelectric power plant, the development of the interior port, construction of new highways, exploitation of iron ores, and the development of new touristic complexes. These investments were the starting point for many others, which together will make Manzanillo the principal port of the Mexican Pacific coast in both commerce and services (1), since its strategic location makes it ideal to be the connecting point of three important zones of Mexico: the Central part of the Pacific coast, the West, and the Center. In order to achieve this goal, the State government has developed the Plan Colima, in which the main projects to be done are outlined. The Plan involves not only Manzanillo, but also the rest of the counties, and the objectives are those that have been set in the Plan Nacional de Desarrollo (National Plan of Development) presented by the President of the country for the period 1983-1988 (2), which is intended to do the following: 1. Keep and reinforce the democratic institutions. 2. Overcome the economic crisis. 3. Recover the capacity for economic growth. 4. Start the qualitative changes required by the country in its economic, political, and social aspects.
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