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Monitoring movements of marine turtles, and associated threats, within a temperate marine park, New South Wales, Australia
Marine turtles play a vital role in the world’s marine ecosystems, having done so for the past 100 million years. Sadly however, the majority of marine turtles are now classified as endangered species, the result of human activity: habitat loss, climate change and illegal trade.
Incidents of turtle deaths in the Port-Stephens great lakes marine park (PSGLMP), New South Wales, Australia highlighted the lack of data on turtles in the area. The authors set out to determine the species of turtle present, along with documenting their movements and distribution. Furthermore, they looked to identify and quantify threats to turtles in the area.
C Gallen, D Harasti Based on: Australian Marine Science Association Conference 2014
Based on: 8th International conference on the biology, chemistry and therapeutic application of Nitric Oxide (NO2014), Poster ID:1096388
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