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Reproduction and migrations of the Ascension Island green turtle (Chelonia mydas)
TOME, M. A., AND F. H. POUGH. 1982. Responses of amphibians to acid precipitation, p. 245-254. In: Acid rain fisheries. R. E. Johnson (ed.). Proceedings of an International Symposium on AcidExpand
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The Influence of Beach Sand Characteristics on the Nesting Behavior and Clutch Survival of Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas)
the thermal sensitivity of sprint speed in Anolis lizards. Evolution 40:594-604. WERNER, E. E. 1986. Amphibian metamorphosis: growth rate, predation risk, and the optimal size at transformation.Expand
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Twenty-Six Years of Green Turtle Nesting at Tortuguero, Costa Rica: An Encouraging Trend
The green turtle (Chelonia mydas) population that nests at Tortuguero, Costa Rica, is the largest in the Atlantic by at least an order of magnitude. Surveys to monitor the nesting activity on theExpand
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The Feeding Ecology of the West Caribbean Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas ) in Nicaragu a
The stomach contents of 243 subadult and adult green turtles, Chelonia mydas, taken at their foraging grounds off the eastern coast of Nicaragua, were examined. The sex and site of capture of most ofExpand
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Reducing Threats to Eggs and Hatchlings: Hatcheries
When to Build a Hatchery Ideally, sea turtle eggs should incubate in the natural nest. Relocation of eggs to a protected hatchery site should be undertaken only as a last resort and only in casesExpand
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The distribution of 38 nests of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) on beaches on Sanibel and Captiva islands, south-western Florida (26°26'N 82°16'W), and of 70 first digging attempts by greenExpand
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Reproductive biology of the Hawksbill Eretmochelys imbricata at Tortuguero, Costa Rica, with notes on the ecology of the species in the caribbean
Abstract From 1955 through 1983, 246 hawksbills Eretmochelys imbricata have been tagged as they came ashore to nest at Tortuguero, Costa Rica, a beach they share with a large colony of green turtlesExpand
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Green turtle nesting at Aldabra Atoll ― population estimates and trends
Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) nesting activity was monitored o n the beaches of Aldabra Atoll during the years 1981—1985 . Fresh tracks wer e counted regularly on the southwest coast beaches and moreExpand
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Phylogeography, Genetic Diversity, and Management Units of Hawksbill Turtles in the Indo-Pacific.
Hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) populations have experienced global decline because of a history of intense commercial exploitation for shell and stuffed taxidermied whole animals, andExpand
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