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Rees AF, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Barata PC, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Bourjea J, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Cardona L, Carreras C, Casale P, Ceriani SA, Dutton PH, Eguchi T, Formia A, Fuentes MMPB, Fuller WJ, Girondot M, Godfrey MH, Hamann M, Hart KM, Hays GC, Hochscheid S, Kaska Y, Jensen MP, Mangel JC, Mortimer JA, Naro-Maciel E, Ng CKY, Nichols WJ, Phillott AD, Reina RD, Revuelta O, Schofield G, Seminoff JA, Shanker K, Tomás J, van de Merwe JP, Van Houtan KS, Vander Zanden HB, Wallace BP, Wedemeyer-Strombel KR, Work TM, and BJ Godley (2016). Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles? Endangered Species Research, 31, 337-382.
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Wedemeyer-Strombel, K.R., Balazs, G., Johnson, J.B., Peterson, T., Wicksten, M., and P. Plotkin. (2015). High frequency of occurrence of anthropogenic debris ingestion by sea turtles in the North Pacific Ocean. Marine Biology 162: 2079-2091. DOI 10.1007/s00227-015-2738-1. W-S et al. 2015_FactSheetW-S et al 2015 message box

Schuyler, Q., Wilcox, C., Townsend, K.A., Wedemeyer-Strombel, K.R., Balazs, G., Sebille, E., and B.D.Hardesty (2015). Risk analysis reveals global hotspots for marine debris ingestion by sea turtles. Global Change Biology. DOI 10.1111/gcb.13078



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