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View Resource Turtle Travels

On October 5, 1998, two loggerhead sea turtles were released off the coast of San Diego, California by scientists at Hubs-Sea World Research Institute. With satellite tracking, you can follow them on their journey and find the sea surface temperature for their location. Site has several internal links to additional information on loggerhead sea turtles and satellite tracking.

View Resource Sea Turtle Satellite Tracking

This website provides a near real-time tool for collecting, managing and sharing marine life satellite tracking data. It contains data from over 30 projects in the US, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indo-Pacific, and Australian waters. The website provides links to background information for each project, the animals they are tracking, and maps that are updated regularly. Teaching resources include...

View Resource International Sea Turtle Bycatch Reduction Plan

Official US statement acknowledging the need to quantify sea turtle bycatch and seek solutions to reduce incidental capture. Fishing gear modifications are recommended as an alternative to fishery closures. Plans for data collection and information sharing on effects of fishing gear, especially long lines, are outlined. Calls for regional and international cooperation in monitoring the effects of...

View Resource Reef Environmental Education Foundation's Database

REEF's mission, to educate and enlist divers in the conservation of marine habitats, is accomplished primarily through its Fish Survey Project. Access marine fish species distribution and abundance data for coastal U.S. waters or view data summaries for the Great American Fish Count. The database also provides information on sea turtle and exotic species sightings, National Marine Sanctuaries,...

View Resource Folly Beach Turtle Watch Program

This site provides nesting data for loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) using this South Carolina beach. Entries include: location, date discovered, number of eggs, expected and actual hatch dates, percent hatched, and photos. Data archives extend back to 1998. Site also includes information: on what you can do to help nesting turtles, strandings, impacts of beachfront construction on sea...

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