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Assessment of Sea-Turtle Status and Trends Integrating Demography and Abundance

By: Committee on the Review of Sea-Turtle Population Assessment Methods(Author)
162 pages, tables
Assessment of Sea-Turtle Status and Trends
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All six species of sea turtles found in U.S. waters are listed as endangered or threatened, but the exact population sizes of these species are unknown due to a lack of key information regarding birth and survival rates.

Assessment of Sea-Turtle Status and Trends reviews current methods for assessing sea turtle populations and finds that although counts of sea turtles are essential, more detailed information on sea turtle biology, such as survival rates and breeding patterns, is needed to predict and understand changes in populations in order to develop successful management and conservation plans.

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By: Committee on the Review of Sea-Turtle Population Assessment Methods(Author)
162 pages, tables
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