Corpus ID: 131702348

First Evidence of Leatherback Movement from Africa to South America

@inproceedings{Billes2006FirstEO,
  title={First Evidence of Leatherback Movement from Africa to South America},
  author={A. Billes and J. Fretey and B. Verhage and Bas Huijbregts and B. Giffoni and L. Prosdocimi and D. Albareda and J. Georges and Manjula Tiwari},
  year={2006}
}
Programme Kudu, Cellule de coordination ECOFAC, BP 15115, Libreville,Gabon (E-mail: protomac_lbv@yahoo.ie ), UICN-France, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, 36 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 75005 Paris, France (E-mail: jfretey@imatech.fr), WWF-Gamba, Gabon (E-mails: sbverhage@yahoo.com & huijbregts_bas@hotmail.com), Projeto TAMAR IBAMA, Rua Antônio Athanasio no 273, Itaguá, Ubatuba SP / Brazil. Cep: 11680-000. (E-mail: bruno@tamar.org.br) Dpto. de Ecología Genética y Evolución, Facultad Cs… Expand
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