New publication: Hawksbill satellite tracks from Antigua and Jamaica

My coauthors and I recently had an article published in the Caribbean Journal of Science. Our paper makes use of satellite tracking data collected on post-nesting hawksbill sea turtles over 1998-2001. Eight individuals were tracked from Antigua and Jamaica as part of a collaborative project between NOAA and multiple Caribbean sea turtle programs, but these data were never published. We are excited to disseminate the information on critically endangered hawksbills! The above map shows the migrations of the four Jamaican turtles—check out the paper itself for more.

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