Recent Publications by Olive Ridley Project Scientists
Stelfox, M., Martin-Cereceda, M., Vahed, K., Hudgins, J., Köhnk, S., Iqbal, U., Shameel, I., Hancock, J.M. and Sweet, M. (2021) “ The Olive Ridley Project (ORP): A successful example of how to engage researchers, conservation practitioners and civil society“. Research for All, 5 (2), 448–73. Stephanie Köhnk, Rosie Brown, Amelia Liddell “ Finding of a two-headed green turtle embryo during nest monitoring in Baa Atoll, Maldives“. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 88(1), a1940, 24 August 2021. Claire Lomas, British Cheolina Group “ Conservation and rehabilitation of sea turtles in the Maldives“. Testudo Vol. 9 No. 2, October 2020. Joana Hancock, Jenni Choma, Leah Mainye, Martin Stelfox and Jillian Hudgins “ Photo Identification as a Tool to Study Sea Turtle Populations in Kenyan Marine Protected Areas“. Society for Conservation Biology, October 2020. Martin Stelfox, Alfred Burian, Kartik Shanker, Alan F. Rees, Claire Jean, Maia S. Willson, Nashwa Ahmed Manik, Michael Sweet “ Tracing the origin of olive ridley turtles entangled in ghost nets in the Maldives: A phylogeographic assessment of populations at risk“. Biological Conservation, Volume 245, May 2020, 108499. Martin Stelfox, Christophe Lett, Geraldine Reid, Graham Souch, Michael Sweet “ Minimum drift times infer trajectories of ghost nets found in the Maldives“. Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 154, May 2020, 111037. Diogo Veríssimo, Sara Vieira, Domingas Monteiro, Joana Hancock, Ana Nuno “ Audience research as a cornerstone of demand management interventions for illegal wildlife products: Demarketing sea turtle meat and eggs“. Conservation Science and Practice (16 January 2020). M. Stelfox, M. Bulling, M. Sweet “ Untangling the origin of ghost gear within the Maldivian archipelago and its impact on olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea) populations“. Endangered Species Research. 10.3354/esr00990. (2019). Sweet, M; Stelfox, M. Lamb,J. (Authors) “ Plastics and shallow coral reefs. Synthesis of the science for policy-makers“. United Nations Environment Program (2019). Stelfox, Martin “ Ghost Gear, The Silent Killers in Our Oceans“. Current Conservation Magazine Vol. 12 Issue 2, 2018:1 8-19 Hudgins, Ali, and Mancini “ Marine Turtles of the Maldives: A field identification and conduct guide“. An IUCN Publication funded by USAID. (2017). Hudgins, Hudgins, Ali, and Mancini “ Citizen Science Surveys Elucidate Key Foraging and Nesting Habitat for Two Endangered Marine Turtle Species Within the Republic of Maldives“. Herpetology Notes, volume 10: 463-471 (2017). Stelfox, Martin, Jillian Hudgins, and Michael Sweet. “ A review of ghost gear entanglement amongst marine mammals, reptiles and elasmobranchs.” Marine Pollution Bulletin 1.111 (2016): 6-17. Dunbar, Stephen G., Jillian Hudgins, and Claire Jean. “ Meeting Report for the 1st Photo ID Workshop, 36th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Lima, Peru, 29 February 2016.” Marine Turtle Newsletter 151 (2016): 32. Stelfox, M. R., et al. “ High mortality of Olive Ridley Turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) in ghost nets in the central Indian Ocean.” BOBLME-2015-Ecology-14 (2015): 1-23. Stelfox, Martin “ The impact of ghost nets on marine species in the Maldives“. IUCN Maldives Marine Newsletter Issue 3 January 2015: 13-14. Stelfox, Martin “ Ghost nets of the Indian Ocean – Olive Ridley Project“. IUCN Maldives Marine Newsletter Issue 2 August 2015: 18. Sea Turtle Protocols – PDF Downloads
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