The Biology of Sea Turtles, Volume I

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Peter L. Lutz, John A. Musick
CRC Press, Dec 6, 2017 - Science - 446 pages
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Sea turtles have existed for millions of years, making them fascinating subjects of study. In the last 20 years, the science of sea turtle biology has expanded at an exponential rate, leading to major advances in many areas. This book synthesizes the results of these advances and focuses on how these endangered marine reptiles operate in, adapt to, and are dependent upon particular features of their marine environment. New technology in data gathering, such as DNA analyses, remote sensing, and physiological monitoring techniques, has led to a much greater understanding of the biology of the sea turtle at all stages of their life history.

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Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Orientation Navigation and Natal Beach Homing in Sea Turtles
Habitat Utilization and Migration in Juvenile Sea Turtles
Mechanics Behavior and Energetics
Chapter 8
Age Growth and Population Dynamics
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Health Problems and Diseases of Sea Turtles
Human Impacts on Sea Turtle Survival

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