Movement patterns of juvenile hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata at a Caribbean coral atoll: long-term tracking using passive acoustic telemetry

@inproceedings{Chevis2017MovementPO,
  title={Movement patterns of juvenile hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata at a Caribbean coral atoll: long-term tracking using passive acoustic telemetry},
  author={Megan G. Chevis and Brendan J. Godley and James P. Lewis and Julie Lewis and Kylie L Scales and Rachel T. Graham},
  year={2017}
}
Support was provided by MarAlliance, The Summit Foundation, British Chelonia Group, Wildlife Conservation Society, and the Mitchell-Petersen Family Foundation. We would like to recognize the initial team that captured turtles and collected acoustic data during the 2009/2010 field seasons: Daniel Castellanos Sr., Dan Castellanos, Jason Castro, Darren Castellanos, Demian Garbutt, Alex Garbutt, Mason Cuevas, Kevin Castellanos, Orrington Burgess, Alistair Daly, and thanks to Ivy Baremore for her… CONTINUE READING

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