publication . Article . 2013

Multidecadal trends in the nesting phenology of Pacific and Atlantic leatherback turtles are associated with population demography

Pilar Santidrián Tomillo;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jun 2013 Journal: Endangered Species Research, volume 24, pages 197-206 (issn: 1863-5407, eissn: 1613-4796, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Inter-Research Science Center
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
Funding for the project at Playa Grande was provided by the Earthwatch Institute, The Betz Chair Endowment of Drexel University, The Schrey Chair Endowment of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, and The Leatherback Trust. Funding for the project at Sandy Point was provided by the USFWS — Division of Refuges, the National Marine Fisheries Service — Southwest Science Center, West Indies Marine Animal Research and Conservation Service, USFWS Section 6 appropriations administered through the Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Natural Resources, and the EarthWatch Institute
Subjects
free text keywords: Ecology, Nature and Landscape Conservation, North Atlantic oscillation, Nesting season, Climate change, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation, Population decline, Biology, Population size, Population, education.field_of_study, education, Effects of global warming, Dermochelys coriacea, ENSO, NAO, MEI
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publication . Article . 2013

Multidecadal trends in the nesting phenology of Pacific and Atlantic leatherback turtles are associated with population demography

Pilar Santidrián Tomillo;