Trends in fishery-dependent captures of sea turtles in a western North Atlantic foraging region

@article{McNeill2018TrendsIF,
  title={Trends in fishery-dependent captures of sea turtles in a western North Atlantic foraging region},
  author={J. B. McNeill and A. Hall and P. Richards},
  journal={Endangered Species Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={36},
  pages={315-324}
}
Accurate assessments of sea turtle populations are essential for determining population trends and formulating conservation plans for the recovery of these imperiled species. Although counting nesting females and nests has been widely used to assess abundance, surveys of in-water populations can provide a more effective means of measuring the success of recovery actions. An in-water survey within the Pamlico-Albemarle Estuarine Complex of North Carolina, USA, was begun in 1995 to monitor trends… Expand
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