Modeling and mapping isotopic patterns in the Northwest Atlantic derived from loggerhead sea turtles

@inproceedings{Ceriani2014ModelingAM,
  title={Modeling and mapping isotopic patterns in the Northwest Atlantic derived from loggerhead sea turtles},
  author={Simona A Ceriani and James D. Roth and Christopher R. Sasso and Catherine Marie McClellan and Michael C. James and Heather L. Haas and Ronald J. Smolowitz and Daniel R. Evans and David S. Addison and Dean A. Bagley and Llewellyn M. Ehrhart and John F. Weishampel},
  year={2014}
}
  • Simona A Ceriani, James D. Roth, +9 authors John F. Weishampel
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Stable isotope analysis can be used to infer geospatial linkages of highly migratory species. Identifying foraging grounds of marine organisms from their isotopic signatures is becoming de rigueur as it has been with terrestrial organisms. Sea turtles are being increasingly studied using a combination of satellite telemetry and stable isotope analysis; these studies along with those from other charismatic, highly vagile, and widely distributed species (e.g., tuna, billfish, sharks, dolphins… CONTINUE READING

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