Publications of
Matthew H. Godfrey


 

Scientific papers, etc.
(click on the PDF symbol to download an electronic copy of each paper)

 

PDF Rees, A.F., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Barata, P.C.R., Bjorndal, K.A., Bolten, A.B., Bourjea, J., Broderick, A.C., Campbell, L.M., Cardona, L., Carreras, C., Casale, P., Ceriani, S.A., Dutton, P.H., Eguchi, T., Formia, A., Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Fuller, W.J., Girondot, M., Godfrey, M.H., Hamann, M., Hart, K.M., Hays, G.C., Hochscheid, S., Kaska, Y., Jensen, M.P., Mangel, J.C., Mortimer, J.A., Naro-Maciel, E,, Ng, C.K.Y., Nichols, W.J., Phillott, A.D., Reina, R.D., Revuelta, O., Schofield, G., Seminoff, J.A., Shanker, .K, Tomas, J., van de Merwe, J.P., Van Houtan, K.S., Vander Zanden, H.B., Wallace, B.P., Wedemeyer-Strombel, K.R., Work, T.M. & Godley, B.J.. (2016). Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles? Endangered Species Research 31: 337-382.

PDF Nelms, S.E., Duncan, E.M., Broderick, A.C., Galloway, T.S., Godfrey, M.H., Hamann, M., Lindeque, P.K. & Godley, B.J.. (2016). Plastic and marine turtles: a review and call for research. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73: 165-181.

PDF Marcovaldi, M.A.G., Lopez-Mendilaharsu, M., Santos, A.S., Lopez, G.G., Godfrey, M.H., Tognin, F., Baptistotte, C., Thome, J.C., Dias, A.C.C., Castilhos, J.C. & M.M.P.B. Fuentes. (2016). Identification of loggerhead male producing beaches in the south Atlantic: Implications for conservation. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology 477: 14-22.

PDF Caillouet, C.W. Jr., Putman, N.F., Shaver, D.J., Valverde, R.A., Seney, E.E., Lohmann, K.J., Mansfield, K.L., Gallaway, B.J., Flanagan, J.P. & Godfrey, M.H. (2016). A call for evaluation of the contribution made by rescue, resuscitation, Rehabilitation, and release translocations to Kemp’s ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys kempii) population recovery. Herpetological Conservation & Biology 11: 486-496.

PDF Phillips, B.E., S.A. Cannizzo, M.H. Godfrey, B.A. Stacy & C.A. Harms (2015). Exertional myopathy in a juvenile green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) entangled in a large mesh gillnet. Case Reports in Veterinary Medicine 2015. Article ID 604320, 6 pages. doi:10.1155/2015/604320.

PDF Hammerschlag, N., A.C. Broderick, J.W. Coker, M.S. Coyne, M. Dodd, M.G. Frick,M.H. Godfrey, B.J. Godley, D.B. Griffin, K. Hartog, S.R. Murphy, T.M. Murphy, E.R Nelson, K.L. Williams, M.J. Witt & L.A. Hawkes (2015). Evaluating the landscape of fear between apex predatory sharks and mobile sea turtles across a large dynamic seascape. Ecology 96: 2117-2126.

PDF Pikesley, S.K., A.C. Broderick, D. Cejudo, M.S. Coyne, M.H. Godfrey, B.J. Godley, P. Lopez, L.F. López-Jurado, S.E. Merino, N. Varo-Cruz, M.J. Witt & L.A. Hawkes (2015). Modelling the niche for a marine vertebrate: a case study incorporating behavioural plasticity, proximate threats and climate change. Ecography 38: 803-812.

PDF Kelly, T.R., J.B. McNeill, L. Avens, A.G. Hall, L.R. Goshe, A.A. Hohn, M.H. Godfrey, A.N. Mihnovets, W.M Cluse & C.A. Harms (2015). Clinical pathology reference intervals for an in-water population of juvenile loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in Core Sound, North Carolina, USA. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0115739. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0115739.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., A.C. Broderick, M.H. Godfrey, B.J. Goldley & M.J. Witt (2014). The impacts of climate change on marine turtle reproductive success. In Coastal Conservation (Eds. Maslo, B. & J.L. Lockwood), pp. 287-310, Cambridge University Press.

PDF Marcovaldi, M.A.G., A.J.B. Santos, A.S.Santos, L.S.Soares, G.G. Lopez, M.H. Godfrey, M. López-Mendilaharsu & M.M.P.B. Fuentes (2014). Spatio-temporal variation in the incubation duration and sex ratio of hawksbill hatchlings: Implication for future management. Journal of Thermal Biology 44: 70-77.

PDF Fisher, L.R., M.H. Godfrey & D.W. Owens (2014). Incubation temperature effects on hatchling performance in the loggerheads sea turtle (Caretta caretta). PLoS ONE 9(12): e114880. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114880.

PDF Griffin, D.W., S.R. Murphy, M.G. Frick, A.C. Broderick, J.W. Coker, M.S. Coyne, M.G. Dodd, M.H. Godfrey, B.J. Godley, L.A. Hawkes, T.M. Murphy, K.L. Williams & M.J. Witt (2013). Foraging habitats and migration corridors utilized by a recovering subpopulation of adult female loggerhead sea turtles: implications for conservation. Marine Biology 160: 3071–3086.

PDF Goldberg, D.W., S.A.T. Leitao, M.H. Godfrey, G.G. Lopez, A.J.B. Santos, F.N. Neves, E.P.G. de Souza, A.S. Moura, J.C. Bastos & V.L.C. Bastos (2013). Ghrelin and leptin modulate the feeding behaviour of the hawksbill turtle Eretmochelys imbricata during nesting season. Conservation Physiology 1: doi: 10.1093/conphys/cot1016.

PDF Godfrey, M.H. (2013). Turtles left out in the cold? Current Conservation 6.2: 31-33.

PDF Avens, L., L.R. Goshe, C.A. Harms, E.T. Anderson, A.G. Hall, W.M. Cluse, M.H. Godfrey, J. Braun-McNeill, B. Stacy, R. Bailey & M.M. Lamont (2012). Population characteristics, age structure, and growth dynamics of neritic juvenile green turtles in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series 458: 213-229.

PDF Byrd, B.L., A.A. Hohn AA & M.H. Godfrey (2011). Emerging fisheries, emerging fishery interactions with sea turtles: A case study of the large-mesh gillnet fishery for flounder in Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, USA. Marine Policy 35: 271-285.

PDF McClellan, C.M., A.J. Read, W.M. Cluse & M.H. Godfrey (2011). Conservation in a complex management environment: The by-catch of sea turtles in North Carolina's commercial fisheries. Marine Policy 35: 241-248.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., M.J. Witt, A.C. Broderick, J.W. Coker, M.S. Coyne, M. Dodd, M.G. Frick, M.H. Godfrey, D.B. Griffin S.R. Murphy, T.M. Murphy, K.L. Williams & B.J. Godley (2011). Home on the range: spatial ecology of loggerhead turtles in Atlantic waters of the USA. Diversity and Distributions 17: 624-640.

PDF Shamblin, B.M., M.G. Dodd, D.A. Bagley, L.M. Ehrhart, A.D. Tucker, C. Johnson, R.R. Carthy, R.A. Scarpino, E. McMichael, D.S. Addison, K.L. Williams, M.G. Frick, S. Ouellette, A.B. Meylan, M.H Godfrey, S.R. Murphy & C.J. Nairn (2011). Genetic structure of the southeastern United States loggerhead nesting aggregation: evidence of additional structure within the peninsular Florida recovery unit. Marine Biology 158: 571-587.

PDF Mrosovsky, N. & M.H. Godfrey (2010). Thoughts on climate change and sex ratio of sea turtles. Marine Turtle Newsletter 128: 7-11.

PDF Girondot, M, S. Ben Hassine, C. Sellos, M.H. Godfrey, J.-M. Guillon (2010). Modeling thermal influence on animal growth and sex determination in reptiles: being closer to the target gives new views. Sexual Development 4: 29-38.

PDF Campbell, L.M. & M.H. Godfrey (2010). Geo-political genetics: Claiming the commons through species mapping. Geoforum 41: 897-907.

PDF Hamann, M., M.H. Godfrey, J.A. Seminoff, K. Arthur, P.C.R. Barata, K.A. Bjorndal, A.B. Bolten, A.C. Broderick, L.M. Campbell, C. Carreras, P. Casale, M. Chaloupka, S.K.F. Chan, M.S. Coyne, L.B. Crowder, C.E. Diez, P.H. Dutton, S.P. Epperly, N.N. FitzSimmons, A. Formia, M. Girondot, G.C. Hays, I.S. Cheng, Y. Kaska, R. Lewison, J.A. Mortimer, W.J. Nichols, R.D. Reina, K. Shanker, J.R. Spotila, J. Tomas, B.P. Wallace, T.M. Work, J. Zbinden & B.J. Godley (2010). Global research priorities for sea turtles: informing management and conservation in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research 11: 245-269.

PDF Wallace, B.P., A.D. DiMatteo, B.J. Hurley, E.M. Finkbeiner, A.B. Bolten, M. Chaloupka, B.J. Hutchinson, F.A. Abreu-Grobois, D. Amorocho, K.A. Bjorndal, J. Bourjea, B.W. Bowen, R. Briseno Duenas, P. Casale, B.C. Choudhury, A. Costa, P.H. Dutton, A. Fallabrino, A. Girard, M. Girondot, M.H. Godfrey, M. Hamann, M. Lopez-Mendilaharsu, M.A. Marcovaldi, J.A. Mortimer, J.A. Musick, R. Nel, N. Pilcher, J.A. Seminoff, S. Troeng, B. Witherington & R.B. Mast (2010). Regional management units for marine turtles: a Novel Framework for Prioritizing conservation and research across multiple scales. PLoSOne 5: e15465.

PDF Witt, M.J., L.A. Hawkes, M.H. Godfrey, B.J. Godley & A.C. Broderick (2010). Predicting the impacts of climate change on a globally distributed species: the case of the loggerhead turtle. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 901-911.

PDF Day R.D., J.M. Keller, C.A.Harms, A.L. Segars, W.M. Cluse, M.H. Godfrey, A.M. Lee, M. Peden-Adams, K. Thorvalson, M. Dodd & T. Norton (2010). Comparison of mercury burdens in chronically debilitated and healthy loggerhead sea turtles. (Caretta caretta). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46: 111-117.

PDF McClellan, C.M., A.J. Read, B.A. Price, W.M. Cluse, & M.H. Godfrey (2009). Using telemetry to mitigate the bycatch of long-lived marine vertebrates. Ecological Applications 19: 1660-1671.

PDF Campbell, L.M., J.J. Silver, N.J. Gray, S. Ranger, A. Broderick, T. Fisher, M.H. Godfrey, S. Gore, J. Jeffers, C. Martin, A. McGowan, P. Richardson, C. Sasso, L. Slade & B. Godley (2009). Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: Biogeography versus geopolitics. Marine Policy 33: 137-145.

PDF Sagarin, R., J. Carlsson, M. Duval, W. Freshwater, M.H. Godfrey, W. Litaker, R. Muñoz, R. Noble, T. Schultz & B. Wynne (2009). Bringing molecular tools into environmental resource management: untangling the molecules to policy pathway PLoS Biology 7: e69.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., A.C. Broderick, M.H. Godfrey & B.J. Godley (2009). Climate change and marine turtles. Endangered Species Research 7: 137-154.

PDF Hulin, V., V. Delmas,M. Girondot, M.H. Godfrey & J.M. Guillon (2009). Temperature-dependent sex determination and global change: are some species at greater risk? Oecologia 160: 493-506.

PDF Godley, B.J., J.M. Blumenthal, A.C. Broderick, M.C. Coyne, M.H. Godfrey, L.A. Hawkes & M.J. Witt (2008). Satellite tracking of sea turtles: where have we been and where do we go next? Endangered Species Research 3: 1-20.

PDF Hulin, V., M. Girondot, M.H. Godfrey & J.-M. Guillion (2008). Mixed and uniform brood sex ratio strategy in turtles: the facts, the theory, and their consequences? In Biology of Turtles (Eds. J. Wyneken, M.H. Godfrey, and V. Bels), pp. 279-300, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press Press.

PDF Godfrey, M.H., D.L. Roberts & B.J. Godley (2008). Taking it as red: an introduction to the Theme Section on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Endangered Species Research 6: 109-111.

PDF Godfrey, M.H. & B.J. Godley (2008). Seeing past the red: flawed IUCN global listings for sea turtles. Endangered Species Research 6: 155-159.

PDF Mrosovsky, N. & M.H. Godfrey (2008). The path from grey literature to Red Lists. Endangered Species Research 6: 185-191.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., A.C. Broderick, M.S. Coyne, M.H. Godfrey & B.J. Godley (2007). Only some like it hot — quantifying the environmental niche of the loggerhead sea turtle. Diversity and Distributions 13: 447-457.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., A.C. Broderick, M.H. Godfrey & B.J. Godley (2007). Investigating the potential impacts of climate change on a marine turtle population. Global Change Biology 9: 923-932.

PDF Girondot, M., M.H. Godfrey, L. Ponge & P. Rivalan (2007). Modeling approaches to quantify leatherback nesting trends in French Guiana and Suriname. Chelonian Conservation & Biology 6: 37-46.

PDF Cornelius, S.E., Arauz, R., Fretey, J., Godfrey, M.H., Marquez-M., R., and Shanker, K. (2007). Effect of land-based harvest of Lepidochelys. In Biology and Conservation of Ridley Sea Turtles (Ed. P.T. Plotkin), pp. 231-251, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

PDF Frazier, J., Arauz, R., Chevalier, J., Formia, A., Fretey, J., Godfrey, M.H., Marquez-M., R., Pandav, B., and Shanker, K. (2007). Human-turtle interactions at sea. In Biology and Conservation of Ridley Sea Turtles (Ed. P.T. Plotkin), pp. 253-295, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

PDF Godfrey, M.H., Webb, G.J.W., Manolis, S.C., and Mrosovsky, N. (2007). Hawksbill sea turtles: can phylogenetics inform harvesting? Molecular Ecology 16: 3511–3513.

PDF Stewart, K., Johnson, C., and Godfrey, M.H. (2007). The minimum size of leatherbacks at reproductive maturity, with a review of sizes for nesting females from the Indian, Atlantic and Pacific Ocean basins Herpetological Journal 17: 123–128.

PDF Godfrey, M.H. and Mrosovsky, N. (2006). Pivotal temperature for green sea turtles,Chelonia mydas, nesting in Suriname. Herpetological Journal 16: 55-61.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., Broderick, A.C., Coyne, M.S., Godfrey, M.H., Lopez-Jurado, L.-F., Lopez-Suarez, P., Merino, S.E., Varo-Cruz, N. and Godley, B.J. (2006). Phenotypically linked dichotomy in sea turtle foraging requires multiple conservation approaches. Current Biology 16: 990-995.

PDF Girondot, M., Rivalan, P., Wongsopawiro, R., Briane, J-P., Hulin, V., Caut, S., Guirlet, E. and Godfrey, M.H. (2006). Phenology of marine turtle nesting revealed by statistical model of the nesting nesting season. BMC Ecology 6: 11.

PDF Hawkes, L.A., Broderick, A.C., Godfrey, M.H. & Godley, B.J. (2005). Status of nesting loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta at Bald Head Island (North Carolina, USA) after 24 years of intensive monitoring and conservation. Oryx 39: 65-72.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Chevalier J. (2004). The status of olive ridley sea turtles in the West Atlantic. Report prepared for the IUCN/SSC Marine Turtle Specialist Group 22pp.

PDF Godfrey, M. H., Delmas, V. and Girondot, M. (2003). Assessment of patterns of temperature-dependent sex determination using maximum likelihood model selection. Ecoscience 10: 265-272.

PDF Godley, B. J., Lima, E., Akesson, S., Broderick, A. C., Glen, F., Godfrey, M. H., Luschi, P. and Hays, G. C. (2003). Movement patterns of green turtles in Brazilian coastal waters described by satellite tracking and flipper tagging. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 253, 279-288.

PDF Maros, A., Louveaux, A., Godfrey, M. H. and Girondot, M. (2003). Scapteriscus didactylus (Orthoptera, Gryllotalpidae), predator of leatherback turtle eggs in French Guiana. Marine Ecology Progress Series 249: 289-296.

PDF Miller, J.D., Limpus, C.L. and Godfrey, M.H. (2003). Nest site selection, oviposition, eggs, development, hatching, and emegence of loggerhead sea turtles. In Ecology and Conservation of Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Eds. Bolten, A.B. and Witherington, B.E.), pp. 125-143. Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida.

PDF Moraes-Neto, M., D'Amato, A. F., Santos, A. S. and Godfrey, M. H. (2003). Retrieval of an esophageal foreign body (fish hook) using esophagostomy in an olive ridley turtle, Lepidochelys olivacea. Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery 13: 26-28.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Pedrono, M. (2002). Marine turtles: what about reintroduction? Kachhapa 6: 1-5.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Drif, O. (2002). Leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea): size. Herpetological Review 33: 200-201.

PDF Girondot, M., Tucker, A. D., Rivalan, P., Godfrey, M. H. and Chevalier, J. (2002). Density-dependent nest destruction and population fluctuations of Guianan leatherback turtles. Animal Conservation 5: 75-84.

PDF Campbell, L. M., Godfrey, M. H. and Drif, O. (2002). Community-based conservation via global legislation? Limitations of the Inter-American Convention for the Protection and Conservation of Sea Turtles. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 5, 121-143.

PDF Santos, A. S. and Godfrey, M. H. (2001). Caretta caretta and Eretmochelys imbricata: Predation. Herpetological Reveiw 32: 37.

PDF Marcovaldi, M. Â., Gallo, B. G., Lima, H. M. S. and Godfrey, M. H. (2001). Nem tudo que cai na rede é peixe: an environmental education initiative to reduce mortality of marine turtles caught in artisanal fishing nets in Brazil. In Ocean Yearbook (Eds. Borgese, E. M., Chricop, A. and MCConnell, M.), pp. 246-256. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Mrosovsky, N. (2001). Relative importance of thermal and nonthermal factors on the incubation period of sea turtle eggs. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 4: 217-218.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Drif, O. (2001). Developing sea turtle ecotourism in French Guiana: perils and practicalities. Marine Turtle Newsletter 91: 1-4.

PDF Bellini, C., Godfrey, M. H. and Sanches, T. M. (2001). Tag loss in wild juvenile hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) sea turtles. Herpetological Reveiw 32: 172-174.

PDF Marcovaldi, M. A., Vieitas, C. F. and Godfrey, M. H. (1999). Nesting and conservation management of hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) in northern Bahia, Brazil. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3: 301-307.

PDF Mrosovsky, N., Baptistotte, C. and Godfrey, M. H. (1999). Validation of incubation duration as an index of the sex ratio of hatchling sea turtles. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 831-835.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Mrosovsky, N. (1999). Estimating hatchling sex ratios. In Research and Management Techniques for the Conservation of Sea Turtles (Eds. Eckert, K. L., Bjorndal, K. A., Abreu-Grobois, F. A. and Donnelly, M.), pp. 136-138: IUCN/SSC Marine Turtle Specialist Group.

PDF Godfrey, M. H., D'Amato, A. F., Marcovaldi, M. A. and Mrosovsky, N. (1999). Pivotal temperature and predicted sex ratios for hatchling hawksbill turtles from Brazil. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 1465-1473.

PDF Chevalier, J., Godfrey, M. H. and Girondot, M. (1999). Significant difference of temperature-dependent sex determination between French Guiana (Atlantic) and Playa Grande (Costa-Rica, Pacific) leatherbacks (Dermochelys coriacea). Annales des Sciences Naturelles 20: 147-152.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Barreto, R. (1998). Dermochelys coriacea (Leatherback sea turtle) copulation. Herpetological Review 29: 40-41.

PDF Marcovaldi, M. A., Godfrey, M. H. and Mrosovsky, N. (1997). Estimating sex ratios of loggerhead turtles in Brazil from pivotal incubation durations. Canadian Journal of Zoology 75: 755-770.

PDF Larsen, E., Monks, S., Stone, J.R., Marques, F., Godfrey, M.H., Pearson, R. and Brooks, D.R. (1997). Shared domains of interest for developmental biologists and phylogeneticists. Journal of Comparative Biology 2: 137-141.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Mrosovsky, N. (1997). Estimating the time between hatching of sea turtles and their emergence from the nest. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 2: 581-585.

PDF Godfrey, M.H., Barreto, R. and Mrosovsky, N. (1997). Metabolically generated heat of developing eggs and its potential effect on sex ratio of sea turtle hatchlings. Journal of Herpetology 31: 616-619.

PDF Godfrey, M.H. (1997). Sex ratios of sea turtle hatchlings: direct and indirect estimates. PhD Thesis, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, Canada, 199pp.

PDF Godfrey, M.H., Barreto, R. and Mrosovsky, N. (1996). Estimating past and present sex ratios of sea turtles in Suriname. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74: 267-277.

PDF Godfrey, M.H. (1996). Ethology and sea turtle conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 433-434.

PDF Bobryzynska, K., Godfrey, M.H. and Mrosovsky, N. (1996). Serotenergic stimulation and nonphotic phase shifts in hamsters. Physiology and Behavior 59: 221-230.

PDF Mrosovsky, N., Lavin, C. and Godfrey, M.H. (1995). Thermal effects of condominiums on a turtle beach in Florida. Biological Conservation 74: 151-156.

PDF Godfrey, M. H. and Barreto, R. (1995). Beach vegetation and seafinding orientation of turtle hatchlings. Biological Conservation 74: 29-32.

PDF Mrosovsky, N. and Godfrey, M.H. (1995). Manipulating sex ratios: turtle speed ahead! Chelonian Conservation and Biology 1: 238-240.

PDF Janik, D., Godfrey, M. and Mrosovsky, N. (1994). Phase angle changes of photically entrained circadian rhythms following a single nonphotic stimulus. Physiology & Behavior 55:103-107.

PDF Godfrey, M.H. and Mrosovsky, N. (1994). Simple method of estimating mean incubation temperatures on sea turtle beaches. Copeia 1994: 808-811.

 

 


 

Book reviews, etc.
(click on the PDF or WWW symbol to access an electronic copy of each review)

 

PDF Campbell, Lisa M. & Matthew H. Godfrey. (2013). Of legacies and icons: evolution of sea turtle science and conservation.Conservation Biology 27: 890-893.

PDF Godfrey, M.H.. (2013). Ongoing critiques of conservation.Current Conservation 6.2: 34-35.

PDF Godfrey, Matthew H. & Lisa Campbell. (2011). The Problem of Describing Chelonians. Chelonian Conservation & Biology 10: 294.

WWW REVIEW: D.J. Brazier. 2007. Last of the Leatherbacks. Matador Press. Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2008) 119: 17.

WWW REVIEW: Spotila, J.R.  2004. Sea Turtles: A Complete Guide to Their Biology, Behavior, and Conservation. Johns Hopkins University Press. Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2005) 108: 28-29.

WWW VIDEO REVIEWS: The Killing Fields: Orissa’s Appalling Turtle Crisis and Aamakaar, The Turtle People. Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2005) 107: 20-21.

WWW REVIEW: Various.  2003. Celebrate the Sea. Marine Conservation Society and Cheltenham & Gloucester. Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2004) 104: 23-25.

WWW REVIEW: Cruz, Edison (Sr.) 2000. The Saga of the Sea Turtle.. Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2004) 104: 23-25.

WWW REVIEW: Wyneken, J. 2002. The Anatomy of Sea Turtles. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-470 (available here). Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2003) 99: 23-24.

WWW REVIEW: Klemmons, M.W. (editor). 2000. Turtle Conservation. Smithsonian Institution Press. Reviewed in Marine Turtle Newsletter (2002) 98: 20-22.

PDF REVIEW: Clemmons, J.R. & R. Buccholz (editors). 1997. Behavioral Approaches to Conservation in the Wild. Cabridge University Press. Reviewed in Trends and Ecology and Evolution (1997) 12: 372.

 

 

 


 

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