The Marine Turtle Research, Ecology and Conservation Group was created by Dr. Mariana Fuentes, Associate Professor at the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science at Florida State University.
Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Florida State University Room 6093 EOAS, 1011 Academic Way Tallahassee, FL 32304 P: (+1) 850 644-1118 Email: email@example.com Twitter: @Fuentes_MMPB Instagram: @mtrecgroup Facebook: @mtrecgroup
Spatial ecology of marine turtlesForaging ecology of marine turtlesEffects of recreational fisheries on marine turtlesConservation outcomes and the effectiveness of interventions
New Paper: A systematic review of acoustic telemetry as a tool to gain insights into marine turtle ecology and their conservation
New Paper: Using data from nesting beach monitoring and satellite telemetry to improve estimates of marine turtle clutch frequency and population abundance
New Paper: Effectiveness and design of marine protected areas for migratory species
New Paper: Leave-No-Trace ordinances for coastal species management
Sea turtle nesting seasson is in full swing and our team is busy collecting important information on their biology and ecology. Loggerhead turtles lay 3 to 6 nests per season, approximately 12 to 14 days apart with eggs incubating for about 60 days @FSU_EOAS @FSUResearch
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