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2005 Records 81 Pages      Open / Close all records
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2038 Short-term behavioural responses to thermal stress by hawksbill turtles in the Arabian region  Pilcher NJ, Perry L, Antonopoulou M, Abdel-Moati MA, Al Abdessalaam TZ, Albeldawi M, Al Ansif M, Al-Mohannadi SF, Baldwin R, Chikhi A, Das HS, Hamza S, Kerr OJ, Al Kiyumi A, Mobaraki A, Al Suwaidik HS, Al Suweidi AS, Sawaf M, Tourenq C, Williams, Willson  01 Aug 2014 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Hawksbill turtles, Eretmochelys imbricata, Climate change, Thermoregulatory behaviour, Persian/Arabian Gulf, Thermal stress 

2039 Ingestion and defecation of marine debris by loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta, from by-catches in the South-West Indian Ocean  Hoaraua L., Ainley L., Jean C., Ciccione S.  07 Jun 2014 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta, Anthropogenic debris, Ingestion, Defecation, South-West Indian Ocean 

2040 Satellite Tracking of Sympatric Marine Megafauna Can Inform the Biological Basis for Species Co-Management  Gredzens C., Marsh H., Fuentes M. M. P. B., Limpus C. J., Shimada T., Hamann M.  03 Jun 2014 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Green turtles, Chelonia mydas, satellite tracking, foraging habitats, management, conservation planning, Queensland 

2035 Habitat collapse due to overgrazing threatens turtle conservation in marine protected areas  Christianen MJA, Herman PMJ, Bouma TJ, Lamers LPM, van Katwijk MM, van der Heide T, Mumby PJ, Silliman BR, Engelhard SL, van de Kerk M, Kiswara W, van de Koppel J  2014 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: marine reserves, plant–herbivore interactions, alternate stable states, green turtles, Chelonia mydas, Marine Protected Area, MPA, Indonesia, Malaysia 

2037 Global patterns of marine mammal, seabird, and sea turtle bycatch reveal taxa-specific and cumulative megafauna hotspots  Lewison R, Crowder LB, Wallace BP, Moore JE, Cox T, Zydelis R, McDonald S, DiMatteo A, Dunni DC, Kot CY, Bjorkland R, Kelez S, Soykan C, Stewart KR, Sims M, Boustany A, Read AJ, Halpin P, Nichols WJ, Safina C  2014
3 MB
Expand KEYWORDS: fisheries bycatch, trophic downgrading, longlines, gillnets, trawls, sea turtle 

2014 Long-term decline of the western Pacific leatherback, Dermochelys coriacea: a globally important sea turtle population  Tapilatu RF, Dutton PH, Tiwari M, Wibbels T, Ferdinandus HV, Iwanggin WG, Nugroho BH  2013
639 KB
Expand KEYWORDS: Bird’s Head Peninsula, Papua Barat, Indonesia, conservation, decline, Dermochelys coriacea, leatherback sea turtle, nesting trend, western Pacific 

2016 Resilience of marine turtle regional management units to climate change  Fuentes, M. M. P. B., Pike, D. A., Dimatteo, A., Wallace, B. P.  2013 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Climate change adaptation, Conservation planning, Expert opinion, Flatback turtle, Green turtle, Hawksbill turtle, Leatherback turtle, Loggerhead turtle, Olive ridley turtle, Sea turtle 

2018 Are Coastal Protected Areas Always Effective in Achieving Population Recovery for Nesting Sea Turtles?  Nel, R., Punt, A. E., Hughes, G. R.  2013
1.5 MB
Expand KEYWORDS: Marine Protection Areas, Population, Management, Loggerhead (Caretta caretta), Leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea), MPA 

2032 Marine turtles along the Indian Coast  Annie Kurian  2013
3.7 MB
Expand KEYWORDS: Marine Turtles, India, Distribution, Threats, Status, Management, nesting, arribada, Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea), Green (Chelonia mydas), Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata), Loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and the Leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea), beach development, by-catch, poaching. 

2036 Low-canopy seagrass beds still provide important coastal protection services  Christianen MJA, van Belzen J, Herman PMJ, van Katwijk MM, Lamers LPM, van Leent PJM, Bouma TJ  2013 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: seagrass meadows, coastal protection, green turtles, Chelonia mydas, grazing, Derawan Island, Indonesia 

1941 Orientation of migrating leatherback turtles in relation to ocean currents  Gallia S, Gasparb P, Fossettec S, Calmettesb B, Haysc GC, Lutjeharmsd JRE, Luschi P  2012 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Dermochelys coriacea, drift, leatherback sea turtle, migration, navigation, swimming speed 

1942 Nesting Phenology of Marine Turtles: Insights from a Regional Comparative Analysis on Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas)  Dalleau M, Ciccione S, Mortimer JA, Garnier J, Benhamou S, Bourjea J  2012 N/A
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1948 EU Purse Seine Fishery Interaction with Marine Turtles in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans: A 15 Years Analyses  Clermont S, Chavance P, Delgado A, Murua H, Ruiz J, Ciccione S, Bourjea J  2012
2.2 MB
Expand KEYWORDS: European tuna fishery, purse seine, marine turtle, bycatch, Atlantic, Indian Oceans 

1984 Somatic growth rates of hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata in a northern Great Barrier Reef foraging area  Bell I, Pike DA  2012
434 KB
Expand KEYWORDS: Eretmochelys imbricata, growth rate, mark-recapture, sea turtles, sex-specific growth 

1999 Effects of off-road vehicle tyre ruts on the beach dispersal of green sea turtle Chelonia mydas hatchlings  van de Merwe JP, West EJ, Ibrahim K  2012 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Tyre ruts, 4-wheel drive, off-road vehicle, ORV, recreational activity, nesting, endangered species, turtle, seafinding, hatchling 

2001 Coastal light pollution and marine turtles: assessing the magnitude of the problem  Kamrowski RL, Limpus C, Moloney J, Hamann M  2012
399 KB
Expand KEYWORDS: Artificial light, Orientation, Coastal development, GIS analysis, Vulnerability assessment 

2002 Post-emergence handling of green turtle hatchlings: improving hatchery management worldwide  van de Merwe JP, Ibrahim K, Whittier JM  2012 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: hatchling quality, hatchling condition, running speed, artificial lighting, sea-finding ability, Malaysia 

2004 Assessing Marine World Heritage from an Ecosystem Perspective: The Western Indian Ocean.  Obura DO, Church JE, Gabrié C  2012
4.3 MB
Expand KEYWORDS: World Heritage, ecosystem, assessment 

2005 Status and community-based conservation of marine turtles in the northern Querimbas Islands (Mozambique)  Garnier J, Hill N, Guissamulo A, Silva I, Witt M, Godley B  2012 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Community-based conservation, green turtle, hawksbill turtle, migratory routes, Mozambique, population dynamics, satellite tracking 

2008 Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are signi?cantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas  Scott R, Hodgson DJ, Witt MJ, Coyne MS, Adnyana W, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Catry P, Ciccione S, Delcroix E, Hitipeuw C, Luschi P, Pet-Soede L, Pendoley K, Richardson PB, Rees AF, Godley BJ  2012
329 KB
Expand KEYWORDS: Chelonia mydas, foraging, marine megavertebrate, Marine Protected Area,
satellite tracking, sea turtle 

2011 To eat or not to eat? Debris selectivity by marine turtles.  Schuyler Q, Hardesty BD, Wilcox C, Townsend K  2012 N/A
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2012 The role of turtles as coral reef macroherbivores.  Goatley CHR, Hoey AS, Bellwood DR  2012 N/A
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2013 Conservation related insights into the behaviour of the olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea nesting in Oman.  Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ  2012
644 KB
Expand KEYWORDS: Lepidochelys olivacea, Satellite tracking, Migration, Behavioural plasticity, Nesting, Indian Ocean 

2034 Marine megaherbivore grazing may increase seagrass tolerance to high nutrient loads  Christianen MJA, Govers LL, Kiswara W, Roelofs JGM, Bouma TJ, Lamers LPM& van Katwijk MM  2012 N/A
Expand KEYWORDS: Chelonia mydas, epiphytes, eutrophication, green turtle, Halodule uninervis, herbivory, plant–herbivore interactions, trophic structure, tropical 

1644 Abstract of the 7th International Symposium on SEASTAR2000 and Asian Bio-logging Science (The 11th SEASTAR2000 Workshop)  Anonymous  2011
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Total 2005 Records 81 Pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 Next >>
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