About STC: Scientific Publications (1998 to present)

Presentations at Sea Turtle Symposiums & Conferences

 

Sea Turtles of Bocas del Toro Province and the Comarca Ngo¨be-Bugle´, Republic of Panama – Anne Meylan, Peter Meylan & Cristina Ordoñez, Chelonian Conservation and Biology (2013)acrobatsmall

Migration of green turtles Chelonia mydas from Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng et al, Marine Biology (2005)acrobatsmall

Migration of hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata from Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng et al, Ecography (2005)acrobatsmall

Migración de tortugas carey Eretmochelys imbricata desde Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng et al, Ecography Espanol (2005)acrobatsmall

Population structure and genetic diversity in green turtles nesting at Tortuguero, Costa Rica, based on mitochondrial DNA control region sequences – Bjorndal et al, Marine Biology (2005)acrobatsmall

Long-term conservation efforts contribute to positive green turtle Chelonia mydas nesting trend at Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng & Rankin, Biological Conservation (2005)acrobatsmall

• Esfuerzos de conservación de largo plazo contribuyen a una tendencia positiva de anidación de tortuga verde Chelonia mydas en Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng & Rankin, Biological Conservation, Espanol (2005)acrobatsmall

Money Talks: Economic Aspects of Marine Turtle Use and Conservation – Troëng and Drews, WWF Publishing (2004)acrobatsmall

Possible decline in leatherback turtle Dermochelys coriacea nesting along the coast of Caribbean Central America – Troëng et al, Oryx (2004)acrobatsmall

Posible decadencia en la anidación de la tortuga baula Dermochelys coriacea a lo largo de la costa caribeña de Centroamérica – Troëng et al, Oryx Espanol (2004)acrobatsmall

Juvenile green turtle tagged in Florida recorded at Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng et al, Marine Turtle Newsletter (2003)acrobatsmall

Link between green turtles foraging in Brazil and nesting in Costa Rica? – Lima & Troëng, Marine Turtle Newsletter (2001)acrobatsmall

Predation of green (Chelonia mydas) and leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea) turtle by jaguars (Panthera onca) at Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica – Troëng, Chelonian Conservation and Biology (2000)acrobatsmall

Observations of male green turtles (Chelonia mydas) on the nesting beach at Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica – Troëng, Chelonian Conservation and Biology (2000)acrobatsmall

Poaching threatend the green turlte rookery at Tortuguero, Costa Rica – Troëng, Marine Turtle Newsletter (1998)acrobatsmall

Bibliography of publications by Dr. Archie Carr.