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By: Brendan Godley and Andrew Kelly
Throughout the summers of the past three years, over 70 beaches in Northern Cyprus were surveyed regularly to record levels of marine turtle nesting and hatching, and to assess possible threats to turtle reproductive success, such as the negative impact of tourism, sand extraction, predation and pollution. These reports describe the study sites and methods, and present the results of the surveys with an analysis of possible threats. £10 each
Publisher: Glasgow University Turtle Conservation Project
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