Identification of marine key areas across the Caribbean to ensure the conservation of the critically endangered hawksbill turtle

@article{Nivire2018IdentificationOM,
  title={Identification of marine key areas across the Caribbean to ensure the conservation of the critically endangered hawksbill turtle},
  author={Manon Nivi{\`e}re and P. Chambault and T. P{\'e}rez and D. Etienne and M. Bonola and Jordan Martin and C. Barnerias and Fabien V{\'e}die and Julien Mailles and {\'E}milie Dumont‐Dayot and J. Gresser and Ga{\"e}lle Hi{\'e}lard and S. R{\'e}gis and N. Lecerf and L. Thieulle and M. Duru and Fabien Lefebvre and Guillaume Milet and B. Guillemot and Bernard Bildan and B. D. Montgolfier and Abdelwahab Benhalilou and C. Murgale and Thomas Maillet and P. Qu{\'e}n{\'e}herv{\'e} and T. Woignier and M. Safi and Y. Maho and O. Petit and D. Chevallier},
  journal={Biological Conservation},
  year={2018},
  volume={223},
  pages={170-180}
}
Abstract Acquisition of data on animal movement when developing management strategies is a common challenge in species conservation, especially when dealing with a critically endangered species as the hawksbill turtle Eretmochelys imbricata. To reach the objective of the 2008 national action plan for Martinique Island (French West Indies), the present paper examines horizontal and vertical movements in juveniles (n = 3) and adults life stages (11 females and 2 males) of 16 hawksbill turtles… Expand
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