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584 pages, 8 b/w photos, 98 illustrations, 22 maps, 99 tables
An important work, which provides excellent summaries of sea turtle biology, especially as applied to conservation problems and solutions. Since its original publication in 1982 Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles has been the most comprehensive review of the subject and in this edition has been updated to reflect significant advances in sea turtle research over the last decade. Contents: Sea turtle biology; status of sea turtle populations by area; conservation, theory, techniques and law; and a sea turtles conservation strategy, action plan and action projects.
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