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Marine Turtle Campaign Reports
Each year we produce a report on the scientific and community activities achieved throughout the marine turtle season.
Through partnerships and collaborations, we publish scientific papers to international journals and conferences. These works allow us to share our work and discoveries with the international community while validates our fieldwork.
Have a look at the list below. To read some of the papers you may need to be subscribed to a university or research centre.
Effects of rising temperature on the viability of an important sea turtle rookery.
Diangóstico Técnico da Biodiversidade e Estado de Conservaçao da Zona de Ponta de Sinó
Climate change and temperature-linked hatchling mortality at a globally important sea turtle nesting site.
Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds
Unusual Green and Olive Ridley nest events in Cape Verde in the last 15 years
Conservation importance of previously undescribed abundance trends: increase in loggerhead turtle numbers nesting on an Atlantic island.
Distribution, abundance, and on-land threats to Cabo Verde seabirds
Twenty years later: updating the status of the osprey Pandion haliaetus in the Cabo Verde Islands, West Africa
SEA TURTLES IN THE WEST AFRICA/EAST ATLANTIC REGION Editors: Marine Turtle Specialist Group
Long-term survey of sea turtles (Caretta caretta) reveals correlations between parasite infection, feeding ecology, reproductive success and population dynamics
Distribution of genetic diversity reveals colonization patterns and philopatry of the loggerhead sea turtles across geographic scales
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