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Reflections on sea turtle conservation

  • B. J. Godley (a1), A. C. Broderick (a1), L. P. Colman (a1), A. Formia (a2), M. H. Godfrey (a3), M. Hamann (a4), A. Nuno (a1), L. C. M. Omeyer (a1), A. R. Patrício (a1), A. D. Phillott (a5), A. F. Rees (a1) and K. Shanker (a6)...
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(Corresponding author) E-mail b.j.godley@exeter.ac.uk

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Also at: Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre, ISPA–Instituto Universitário, Lisbon, Portugal

Also at: Department of Biology, University of Florence, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy

Also at: Duke University Marine Lab, Nicholas School of the Environment, Beaufort, USA, and Department of Clinical Science, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA

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Also at: Dakshin Foundation, Bangalore, India

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Reflections on sea turtle conservation

  • B. J. Godley (a1), A. C. Broderick (a1), L. P. Colman (a1), A. Formia (a2), M. H. Godfrey (a3), M. Hamann (a4), A. Nuno (a1), L. C. M. Omeyer (a1), A. R. Patrício (a1), A. D. Phillott (a5), A. F. Rees (a1) and K. Shanker (a6)...

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