Consequences of Global Change and human activities on leatherback turtles in the Pacific Ocean: 22 years of counting turtles on the nesting beach

【Author】

James R.SPOTILA;Frank V.PALADINO;Pilar Santidrián TOMILLO;George L.SHILLINGER;Richard D.REINA;Vincent S.SABA;Bryan P.WALLACE;Mario A.BOZA;

【Abstract】

<正>The leatherback turtle,Dermochelys coriacea Vandelli 1761,is the largest sea turtle and inhabits all the oceans except the Arctic and Antarctic.In the Pacific it has been in steep decline for 20 years due to human activities and climate driven effects on reproductive success.From 1988 to 2010

【Keywords】

Consequences of Global Change and human activities on leatherback turtles in the Pacific Ocean;years of counting turtles on the nesting beach;

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