Publicaciones

científicas

El esfuerzo orientado a la investigación permite conocer la biología de las tortugas marinas, para planear y adoptar medidas apropiadas en la estrategía de conservación de la especie.

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Artículos

1. Brooks, L.B., Harvey, J.T. & W.J. Nichols. 2009. Tidal movements of East Pacific green turtle Chelonia mydas at a foraging area in Baja California Sur, México. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 386: 263-274.

2. Delgado S, Nichols WJ, 2005. Saving sea turtles from the ground up: awakening sea turtle conservation in northwestern Mexico. MAST Marit Anthropol Stud 3/4:89–104

3. Gardner S.C. & W.J. Nichols. 2001. Assessment of sea turtle mortality rates in the Bahia Magdalena region, B.C.S, Mexico. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 4: 197-199.

4. Gardner SC, Pier MD, Wesselman R, Juárez A, 2003. Organochlorine contaminants in sea turtles from the eastern Pacific. Mar Pollut Bull 46:1082–1089

5. Gardner SC, Fitzgerald SL, Acosta Vargas B, Mendez Rodrıguez L, 2006.Heavy metal accumulation in four species of sea turtles from the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. BioMetals. 19: 91-99.

6. Koch V, Nichols WJ, Peckham H & V de la Toba, 2006. Estimates of sea turtle mortality from poaching and bycatch in Bahía Magdalena, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Biological Conservation 128(3): 327– 334

7. Koch V, Nichols WJ & LB Brooks. Population ecology of the green/black turtle (Chelonia mydas) in Bahía Magdalena, Mexico. Marine Biology 153(1):35-46

8. Koch V, Peckham SH, Mancini A, Eguchi T 2013.Estimating at-sea mortality of marine turtles from stranding frequencies and drifter experiments.PLOS One,8(2): e56776. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056776

9. Labrada-Martagón, V., Méndez-Rodríguez, L. C., Gardner, S. C., Cruz-Escalona, V. H. and Zenteno-Savín, T. 2010a. Health indices of the Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) along the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico. II. Body condition Index. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 9(2): 173-183.

10. Labrada-Martagón, V., Méndez-Rodríguez, L. C., Gardner, S. C., López-Castro, M. and Zenteno-Savín, T. 2010b. Health indices of the Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) along the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico. I. Blood biochemistry values. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 9(2): 162-172.

11. Labrada-Martagón, V., Tenorio-Rodríguez, P. A., Gardner, S. C., Méndez-Rodríguez, L. C. and Zenteno-Savín, T. 2011. Oxidative stress indicators and chemical contaminants in East Pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas) inhabiting two foraging coastal lagoons in the Baja California peninsula. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, 154(2): 65-75

12. López Castro MC, Koch V, Mariscal Loza A & Nichols WJ, 2010. Long term monitoring of black turtles (Chelonia mydas) at coastal foraging areas of the Baja California Peninsula, México. Endangered SpeciesResearch 11:35-45

13. Lopez-Calderon JM, R Riosmena-Rodríguez, JM Rguez-Baron, J Carrión-Cortez, J Torre, A Meling-López, G Hinojosa-Arango, G Hernández-Carmona, J García-Hernández. 2010. Outstanding appearance of Ruppia maritima along Baja California Sur, México and its influence in trophic networks. Mar. Biodiv. 40: 293-300

14. López-Mendilaharsu, M., S.C. Gardner, J.A. Seminoff & R. Riosmena-Rodriguez. 2005. Identifying critical foraging habitats of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) along the Pacific coast of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshwter Ecosyst. 15: 259-269.

15. López-Mendilaharsu, M., S.C. Gardner, R. Riosmena-Rodriguez & J.A. Seminoff . 2008. Diet selection by immature green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Bahía Magdalena foraging ground in the Pacific Coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 1-7.

16. Mancini A & Koch V, 2009. Endangered species or local delicacy? Sea turtle consumption and black market trade in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Endangered SpeciesResearch 7:1-10

17. Mancini A, Koch V, Seminoff JA, Madon B, 2011a.Small-scale gillnet fisheries provoke massive green turtle (Chelonia mydas) mortality: a case study from Baja California Sur, Mexico. ORYX doi:10.1017/ S0030605310001833

18. Mancini A, Borquez Reyes R, Guzmán JR, Seminoff JA & V Koch, 2011b. To poach or not to poach an endangered species: elucidating the economic and social drivers behind illegal sea turtle hunting in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Human Ecologydoi: 10.1007/s10745-011-9425-8

19. Nichols WJ, A Resendiz, JA Seminoff, B Resendiz. 2000. Transpacific migration of a loggerhead turtle monitored by satellite telemetry. Bulletin of Marine Science 67(3):937-947

20. Peckham SH, Maldonado-Diaz D, Walli A, Ruiz G, Crowder LB, Nichols WJ. 2007.Small-Scale Fisheries Bycatch Jeopardizes Endangered Pacific Loggerhead Turtles. PLoS ONE 2(10): e1041. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001041

21. Peckham H, Maldonado D, Koch V, Mancini A, Gaos A & Nichols WJ, 2008. Mortality of loggerhead turtles due to bycatch, human consumption and strandings at Baja California Sur, Mexico, 2003-7. Endangered Species Research  5:171-183

22. Peckham SH, Maldonado-Diaz D, Tremblay Y, Ochoa R, Polovina J, Balazs G, Dutton PH, Nichols WJ, 2011. Demographic implications of alternative foraging strategies in juvenile loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta of the North Pacific Ocean Marine Ecology Progress Series 425:269-280

23. Rodriguez-Baron JM, Riosmena-Rodriguez R, Seminoff JA, Hernandez Carmona G. 2011. Chelonia mydas agassizii (east pacific green seaturtle) diet. Herp.Rew. 42(3): 416.

24. Seminoff JA, Alvarado J, Delgado C, López JL, Hoeffer G, 2002. First direct evidence of migration by an east pacific green seaturtle from Michoacán, México to a feeding ground on the Sonoran coast of the Gulf of California. The Southwestern Naturalist 47(2): 314-316.

25. Seminoff, J.A., W.J. Nichols, and A. Resendiz S. Hidalgo. 2000. Natural History Notes: Chelonia mydas agassizii (East Pacific Green Turtle), Diet. Herpetological Review 31:103

26. Seminoff, J.A., A. Resendiz, W.J. Nichols & T.T. Jones. 2002a. Growth rates of wild green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a temperate foraging areas in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Copeia. 2002: 610-138.

27. Seminoff, J.A., A. Resendiz S. Hidalgo, and W.J. Nichols. 2002b. Diet of the East Pacific green turtle, Chelonia mydas, in the central Gulf of California, México. Journal of Herpetology 36:447-453

28. Seminoff, J.A., T.T. Jones, A. Resendiz, W.J. Nichols & M.Y. Chaloupka. 2003a. Monitoring green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a coastal foraging area in Baja California, Mexico: multiple indices describe population status. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. 83: 1355-1362.

29. Seminoff, J.A., W.J. Nichols, A. Resendiz, and L. Brooks. 2003b. Occurrence of hawksbill turtles, Eremochelys imbricata, near Baja California. Pacific Science 57:9-16

30. Seminoff, J.A., S. Karl, T. Swartz, and A. Resendiz. 2003c. Hybridization of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) and the hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) in the Pacific Ocean: Indication of an absence of gender bias in the directionality of crosses. Bulletin of Marine Science 73:643-652

31. Seminoff, J.A., A. Resendiz, B. Resendiz, and W.J. Nichols. 2004. Occurrence of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in the Gulf of California, Mexico: evidence of life-history variation in the Pacific Ocean. Herpetological Review 35:24-27

32. Seminoff, J.A. and T. Todd Jones. 2006a. Daily movements and activity ranges of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a coastal foraging area in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 1:81-86

33. Seminoff, J.A., T.T. Jones, and G.J. Marshall. 2006b. Underwater behavior of green turtles monitored with video-time-depth recorders: what’s missing from dive profiles? Marine Ecology Progress Series 322:269-280

34. Seminoff, J.A. and W.J. Nichols. 2007. Sea turtles of the Alto Golfo: a cultural and ecological resources in peril.  In: R.S. Felger and B. Broyles (eds.), Dry Borders of the Alto Golfo. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. p. 505-518

35. Seminoff, J.A., A. Resendiz, B. Resendiz, W.J. Nichols and T.T. Jones. 2008. Tortugas Marinas. En: G.D. Danemann y E. Ezcurra (eds.), Bahía de los Ángeles: recursos naturales y comunidad. Linea Base 2007. Instituto Nacional de Ecología, México. p. 457-494

36. Senko, J., Nichols, W. J., Ross, J. P., and Willcox, A. S. (2009). To Eat or Not to Eat an Endangered Species: Views of Local Residents and Physicians on the Safety of Sea Turtle Consumption in Northwestern Mexico. EcoHealth 6: 584–595.

37. Senko J, López-Castro MC, KochV & NicholsWJ., 2010a. Immature black turtles (Chelonia mydas) use multiple foraging areas off the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico: first evidence from mark recapture data. Pacific Science 64 (1):125–130

38. Senko J, Koch V, Megill WM, Carthy RR,Templeton R, Nichols WJ, 2010b. Fine scale daily movements and habitat use of East Pacific green turtles at a shallow coastal lagoon in BCS, Mexico. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 391:92-100

39. Senko, J., Schneller, A. J., Solis, J., Ollervides, F., and Nichols, W. J. (2011). People Helping Turtles, Turtles Helping People: Understanding Resident Attitudes Towards Sea Turtle Conservation and Opportunities for Enhanced Community Participation. Ocean & Coastal Management 54: 148–157.

40. Senko J, Mancini A. MC, Seminoff J, Koch V. 2014. Bycath and directed harvest drive  high Green turtle mortality at Baja California Sur, Mexico. Biological  Conservation 169: 24–30.

41. Talavera-Saenz, A., Gardner S.C., R. Riosmena-Rodríguez & B. Acosta-Vargas. 2007. Metal profiles used as invironmental markers of green turtle (Chelonia mydas) foraging resources. Science of the Total Environment. 373: 94–102.

42. Valdivia, PA, Zenteno-Savín T, Gardner SC and Aguirre AA, 2007. Basic oxidative stress metabolites in eastern Pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas agassizii). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, 146:111-117

Libros y reportes

1. Koch V & Mancini A, 2009. SEA TURTLE BYCATCH BY INSHORE FISHERIES IN BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR. Project GloBAL. 2009. Workshop Proceedings: Tackling Fisheries Bycatch: Managing and reducing sea turtle bycatch in gillnets. Project GloBAL Technical Memorandum No. 1, 57pp.

2. Koch, V. 2013. 12 años de monitoreo de la tortuga negra (Chelonia mydas agassizii) en los sitios de crianza y alimentación en el Noroeste de México. Grupo Tortuguero de las Californias, A.C. 87 p.

3. Peckham, S.H. & W.J. Nichols. 2006. An Integrated Approach to Reducing Mortality of North Pacific Loggerhead Turtles in Baja California Sur, Mexico. In: Kinan I (Ed.) Proceedings of the Second Western Pacific Sea Turtle Cooperative Research and Management Workshop. Volume II: North Pacific Loggerhead Sea Turtles. March 2-3, 2005, Honolulu, HI. Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council: Honolulu, HI, USA. p 49-57.

4. Riosmena-Rodriguez R, AL Talavera-Saenz, G Hinojosa-Arango, M Lara-Uc, S Gardner. 2011. The Foraging Ecology of the Green Turtle in the Baja California Peninsula: Health Issues. Healt Management. 22 pp.

5. Seminoff, J.A. 2010. Sea turtles of the Gulf of California: biology, culture, and conservation. In: R. Brusca (ed). The Gulf of California: Biodiversity and Conservation.  University of Arizona Press, Tucson. pp. 135-171

6. Seminoff, J.A. and B.P. Wallace (editors). 2012. Sea Turtles of the Eastern Pacific Ocean: Advances in Research and Conservation. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona. 376 pp.  ISBN: 978-0-8165-1158-7

Tesis

Licenciatura

 

Esquivel-Bobadilla S, 2007. Identificación de las poblaciones de origen de las tortugas prietas muestreadas en Bahía Magdalena, B.C.S., Mexico (1995 – 2005). Tesis de Licenciatura, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, La Paz

Martínez-Velázquez D, 2011. Consumo de tortugas marinas en el campo pesquero la Reforma-Sinaloa, México en el periodo2009-2010. Tesis de Licenciatura, Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa, Culiacán, Sinaloa

Tenorio Rodríguez PA, 2007. Variación espacio-temporal en la actividad de enzimas antioxidantes en sangre de tortuga prieta (Chelonia mydas agassizi) en las localidades de Punta Abreojos y Bahía Magdalena. Tesis de Licenciatura, CIBNOR, La Paz, BCS.

Especialidad

 

Rodriguez Retana R, 2008. Distribución de Tortugas marinas y su traslape con actividades antrópicas en el Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto, B.C.S. Posgrado en Ciencias Marinas y Costeras, UABCS, México.

Maestría

 

Aurioles López V, 2008: Metales pesados en huevos de tortugas marinas en Baja California Sur Tesis de Maestría, CIBNOR, La Paz, BCS

Brooks LB (2005) Abundance and tidal movements of Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) in BCS, México. Tesis de Maestria. San José State University. San José, CA, USA. 129 p.

Dos Santos Dias B, 2011. Abundancia de la tortuga negra Chelonia mydas  (linnaeus 1758) a través de datos de marcaje-recaptura en Áreas de alimentación de Baja California Sur, México. Posgrado en Ciencias Marinas y Costeras, UABCS, México.

Early Capistrán M. M. 2014. Historia ambiental y análisis de las variaciones en abundancia y talla de Chelonia mydas en la Península central de Baja California: 12,000 A.P.-Presente. Posgrado en Ciencias del Mar y Limnología. UNAM. México DF. 184P.

López-Mendilaharsu M, 2002. Ecología alimenticia de Chelonia mydas agassizii en Bahía Magdalena, B.C.S., México. Tesis de Maestría. CIBNOR. La Paz, Baja California Sur, México.

Mariscal Loza  A 2008. Estado de la población de la tortuga prieta Chelonia mydas en las zonas de alimentación y crecimiento de Baja California, México. Posgrado en Ciencias Marinas y Costeras, UABCS, México.

Parra-López LL, 2009. Determinación de elementos mayores y traza en tejidos de tortuga prieta Chelonia mydas en Baja California Sur, México.  Tesis de Maestría, CIBNOR, La Paz, BCS.

Rodríguez Retana R, 2013. Abundancia y distribución de tortugas marinas en el Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto, México (2008-10). Posgrado en Ciencias Marinas y Costeras, UABCS, México.

Rodríguez-Barón JM, 2010. Afinidad trófica a zonas de alimentación de la tortuga verde (Chelonia mydas) en la costa occidental de Baja California Sur, México. Tesis de Maestria. Instituto Politécnico Nacional, CICIMAR. La Paz, Baja California Sur, México.

Santos-Baca, L. 2008. Evaluación de los hábitos de alimentación de la tortuga verde Chelonia mydas, en Bahía Magdalena, BCS, México, utilizando la técnica de isótopos estables (␣13C y ␣1␣N). Tesis de maestría. CIBNOR. La Paz BCS, México.

Senko J, 2009. Fine scale movements, activity ranges, and habitat use of East Pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a coastal foraging area in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Tésis de Maestría, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Soriano Arista CA, 2012. Ámbito hogareño y uso de hábitat de la tortuga prieta (Chelonia mydas) en la Laguna San Ignacio, Baja California Sur, México. Posgrado de Ciencias del Mar  y Limnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

Valdivia Jiménez PA, 2003. Defensas antioxidantes en tortugas marinas.  Tesis de Maestría, CIBNOR, La Paz, BCS

Doctorado

 

Labrada-Martagón V, 2011. Evaluación del estado de salud de la tortuga prieta Chelonia mydas en la costa occidental de la península de Baja California Sur, México. Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste.

Mancini A, 2009. Pesca incidental o explotación directa – Tasas y causas de mortalidad de las tortugas marinas en Baja California Sur. Posgrado en Ciencias Marinas y Costeras, UABCS, México.

Nichols WJ, 2003. Biology and conservation of sea turtles in Baja California, Mexico. Ph.D. Disertación. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Zavala-Norzagaray A.A. 2014. Medicina de Conservación (metales y microbiología) en Tortugas Marinas del Sistema Lagunar Navachiste y Zona Marina de Influencia. Programa Regional de Posgrado en Biotecnología. Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. Culiacan, Sinaloa. 129p.

Participaciones

21stAnnual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, EUA, 24 – 28 Febrero, 2001

 

1. The evolution of community- based conservation Action: Formation of the Comite para la protección de las tortugas marinas, Bahía Magdalena, Baja California Sur, México. Kristin E. Bird and Wallace J Nichols (cartel)

2. Preliminary results on the distribution and movement of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) in Estero Banderitas, Baja California Sur, México. Louise B. Brooks, Wallace J. Nichols, Volker Koch and Adán Hernández (cartel)

3. Diet composition of East Pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas) in Bahía Magdalena, Baja California Sur, México. Sarah C. Hilbert, Susan C. Gardner, Rafael Riosmena Rodriguez and Wallace J Nichols.

 

22ndAnnual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Miami, Florida EUA, 4 – 7 Abril, 2002

 

4. Sinks, sewers, and speed bumps: the impact of marina development on sea turtles in Baja California, Mexico.

Wallace J. Nichols  (presentación)

5. Why did the turtle cross the ocean? Pelagic red crabs and loggerhead turtles along the Baja California coast.

Hoyt Peckham and Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

6. Integrating local knowledge and outside science in sea turtle conservation: a case study from Baja California, Mexico.

Kristin E. Bird, Wallace J. Nichols, and Charles R. Tambiah (presentación)

7. Black turtle (Chelonia mydas) mortality in Bahía Magdalena, Baja California Sur, México. Volker Koch, Wallace J. Nichols, Louise Brooks, and Susan Gardner (presentación)

8. Community-based coastal resource management: success factors and the sea turtle reserve in Estero Banderitas, BCS, Mexico.

Jesse C. Marsh, Wallace J. Nichols, Salvador García-Martínez, Eduardo Palacios-Castro, and Kristin E. Bird (cartel)

9. Estero Banderitas Marine Protected Area: a critical component to the recovery of the East Pacific green turtle (Chelonia mydas)

Louise B. Brooks, Wallace J. Nichols, and James T. Harvey (cartel)

 

23rdAnnual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 17 - 21 Marzo 2003

 

10. Community-Based Monitoring Of Sea Turtle Populations In The Baja California, Mexico Region: A Report On The First Year. Louise B. Brooks and Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

24thAnnual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, San Jose, Costa Rica, 22 - 29 Febrero 2004

11. Sea turtles, hunters and human socioecology: From mystical feast to marine conservation icon. Wallace J. Nichols and Rodrigo Rangel Acevedo (presentación)

12. Reducing bycatch of loggerhead turtles in coastal fisheries of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. S. Hoyt Peckham, Wallace J. Nichols, Peter H. Dutton, Victor de la Toba, Edgar Caballero-Aspe, and Oscar Salazar-Oropeza (presentación)

13. Black turtle (Chelonia mydas) population ecology and fisheries mortality in Bahía Magdalena, Mexico. Volker Koch, Wallace J. Nichols, and Louise B. Brooks (presentación)

25th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Savannah, Georgia, EUA, 18 - 22 Enero 2005

 

14. Loreto, Baja California Sur community attitudes survey. Katherine E. Comer and Wallace J. Nichols  (presentación)

15. Local perceptions and ocean conservation: a study of human consumption, exploitation and conservation of endangered sea turtles in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Stephen Delgado, Johath Laudino Santillán, Ruth Ochoa Díaz, Rodrigo Rangel Acevedo, Bertha Montaño Medrano, David Maldonado Díaz, S. Hoyt Peckham and Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

16. La vida de la tortuga: bringing life history data into the spanish and english speaking classroom. Susanna Musick, Wallace J. Nichols, Zoe Rappoport, Lindsey Peavey and Rodrigo Rangel (presentación)

17. An integrated approach to sentinel species conservation: reducing mortality of the north pacific loggerhead in communities of the Baja California peninsula, México. S. Hoyt Peckham, Johath Laudino-Santillán, Bertha Montaño-Medrano, Stephen Delgado, Kojiro Mizuno, Rodrigo Rangel-Acevedo, David Maldonado-Diaz, Victor de la Toba, Irene Kinan, Peter Dutton and Wallace J. Nichols (cartel)

18. The grupo tortuguero: open networks as models for conservation. Chris Pesenti, Wallace J. Nichols, Rodrigo Rangél-Acevedo, Johath Laudino-Santillán, Bertha Montaño Medrano, Melania C. López Castro and S. Hoyt Peckham (cartel)

 

26th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Creta, Grecia, 3 - 8 Abril 2006

 

19. Puerto Adolfo López Mateos Baja California Sur, México: a lesson in ownership of natural resources through pride. Johath Laudino , Hoyt Peckham , Nichols J. Wallace, Ruth Ochoa, Egle Flores, Natalia Rossi, David Maldonado, Rodrigo Donadi, Vladimir De la Toba, Edgar Caballero, and Bertha Montaño (presentación)

20. Education, outreach, and advocacy: a case study comparison of communication strategies for sea turtle conservation. Jennifer L. Palmer and Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

21. Meeting of the youth of the Californias for the conservation of marine turtles (Baja California Sur, Mexico). G. Tiburcio-Pintos, A. Cruz-Morelos, S. García-Rojas, Dean Kama, Y. García-Monroy, and M. Bañagas-Ojeda (cartel)

22. Population level impacts of small-scale fisheries bycatch on highly-migratory megavertebrates: a case study of loggerhead turtle mortality

at Baja California Sur, Mexico. Hoyt Peckham, Wallace J. Nichols, David Maldonado, Victor de la Toba, Andreas Walli, Natalia Rossi, and Edgar Caballero-Aspe (presentación)

23. Loggerhead turtle density and abundance along the pacific coast of the Baja California peninsula (Mexico), determined through aerial surveys: a preliminary assessment. Jeffrey A. Seminoff, S. Hoyt Peckham, Tomoharu Eguchi, Adriana Laura Sarti-Martinez, Rodrigo Rangel, Karin Forney, Wallace J. Nichols, Enrique Ocampo Olvera, and Peter H. Dutton (cartel)

24. Community-based conservation strategies: an analysis of efforts employed in Baja California (Mexico) and Nicaragua. Katy Garland, Ray Carthy, Wallace J. Nichols, Cynthia Lagueux, and Cathi Campbell (cartel

27th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Myrtle Beach, Carolina del Sur, EUA, 22 - 28 Febrero 2007

25. Strengthening sea turtle conservation on the Baja California peninsula: building a conservation network. Kama S. Dean, Wallace J. Nichols, Jesús Lucero, Johath Laudino-Santillán, Melania C. López-Castro, and S. Hoyt Peckham (presentación)

26. Strengthening sea turtle conservation on the Baja California peninsula: understanding threats, generating knowledge and developing solutions. Melania C. López-Castro, Melania C. López-Castro, Wallace J. Nichols, Johath Laudino- Santillán, Jesús Lucero, Kama Dean, Hoyt Peckham, and Volker Koch (presentación)

27. The conservation mosaic: a model for multinational marine conservation. Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

28. Strengthening sea turtle conservation on the Baja California peninsula: education, outreach, and communication. Johath Laudino-Santillán, S. Hoyt Peckham, Kama Dean, Melania López-Castro, and Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

29. Connecting cultures to save a transpacific ambassador, the loggerhead turtle. S. Hoyt Peckham, Raquel Briseño, Kama Dean, Naoki Kamezaki, Irene Kinan, Mizuno Kojiro, Johath Laudino-Santillán, Yoshimasa Matsuzawa, Leland Oldenburg, Ignacio Romero-Aguilar, Georgita Ruiz, Israel Richie-Sánchez, Miguel Valenzuela, and Wallace J. Nichols (presentación)

 

28th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Loreto, Baja California Sur, México, 22 - 26 Enero 2008

 

30. Size distribution and reproductive status of loggerhead turtles at Baja California Sur, Mexico. Natalia A. Rossi, S. Hoyt Peckham, Victor de la Toba, Ruth Ochoa, Egle Flores, A. Alonso Aguirre, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

31. Preliminary results on the ecology and conservation of immature black turtles, Chelonia mydas, at a coastal foraging area in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Jesse Senko, Ranulfo Mayoral, Volker Koch, Ray Carthy, Max Nickerson, William Megill, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

32. The sea turtle as a flagship species for community based conservation and protection of natural resources in Magdalena bay, Mexico. Julio Solís Hernández and Chris Pesenti (Presentación)

33. The eastern Pacific hawksbill initiative. Alexander R. Gaos, Ingrid L. Yañez, Jeffrey A. Seminoff, Rebecca Lewison, S. Hoyt Peckham, Kama S. Dean, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

34. A comparison of two ex situ incubation methods (greenhouse and incubation chamber) to produce leatherback hatchlings in Agua blanca, Mexico. Elizabeth González Payan, Volker Koch, Adriana Laura Sarti Martínez, and Rene Pinal (Presentación)

35. Grupo Tortuguero Comcåac: cultural and environmental preservation and rejuvenation for the 21stcentury. Gabriel Hoeffer and Timothy R. Dykman (cartel)

36. Endangered species or local delicacy? Threats to sea turtles on their feeding grounds off Baja California. Volker Koch, Agnese Mancini, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

37. Community-based tourism as a strategy for sea turtle conservation along the Baja California peninsula. David Maldonado Díaz, Chris Pesenti, Hoyt S. Peckham, and Bárbara L. Hernández Cardoso (Presentación)

38. Bycatch or directed harvest? – Sea turtle mortality in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Agnese Mancini and Volker Koch (Presentación)

39. Long term monitoring of east pacific green turtles (Cheloniamydas) at coastal foraging areas of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. Antonio Mariscal Loza, Volker Koch, Melania C. López-Castro, Kama Dean, Jesús Lucero, Rodrigo Rangel, Javier Villavicencio, Julio Solís, Héctor Toledo, Ranulfo Mayoral, Miguel Valenzuela, Aarón Esliman Salgado, Felipe Cuevas, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

40. Ecology and bycatch of endangered north pacific loggerhead turtles at Baja California Sur, Mexico: biological justification for a federal loggerhead refuge. S. Hoyt Peckham, David Maldonado Diaz, Ruth Ochoa, Georgita Ruiz Michael, Jesús Lucero Romero, Alejandro Gaos, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

41. Community-based conservation at San Juanico, Baja California Sur. Juan Ignacio Romero, David Maldonado Diaz, Alexandro Gaos, and Hoyt Peckham (cartel)

42. Proposed loggerhead refuge at Baja California Sur: an unprecedented conservation opportunity. Georgita Ruiz M., Hoyt Peckham, David Maldonado, Jesús Lucero, Pablo Uribe, Wallace J. Nichols, and Alejandro Gaos (Presentación)

43. The Grupo Tortuguero network: strengthening sea turtle conservation in the Californias. Julio Solís Hernández, Jesús Lucero Romero, Johath Laudino Santillán, Kama Dean, Hoyt Peckham, Melania Lopez, Volker Koch, and Wallace J Nichols (Presentación)

29th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 17 - 19 Febrero 2009

 

44. Demographic and conservation implications of alternative foraging strategies in juvenile loggerhead turtles. Hoyt Peckham, Yann Tremblay, David Maldonado-Diaz, Ruth Ochoa, Jeffery Polovina, Peter Dutton, Daniel Costa, Barbara Block, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

45. Establishing a socio-economic baseline of sea turtle conservation tourism in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Elena Finkbeiner, Brad Nahill, Larry Crowder, and Wallace J. Nichols (Presentación)

30th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Goa, India, 24–30 April 2010

 

46. Cuban/mexican fisher’s exchange at Isla de la Juventud, Cuba. Fernando Bretos Trelles and Julia Azanza Ricardo (presentación)

47. Heavy metals in sea turtles from Northwest Mexico. César P. Ley, Alan A. Zavala, T. Leticia Espinosa, and A. Alonso Aguirre (presentación)

48. Evaluation Of The Anthropogenic Impacts On The Sea Turtles In The Coastal Zone Of The San Ignacio- Macapule- Navachiste Lagoon System. Myrna E. Aguilar, Alan A. Zavala, Héctor A. González, and A. Alonso Aguirre  (presentación)

31th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, San Diego, California, EUA, 10 - 16 Abril 2011

49. Increasing of the monitoring sites and capture efforts of sea turtles in northwest Mexico, more than a decade of grupo tortuguero de las californias. Aaron Esliman, Beatriz Dias, and Jesús Lucero (cartel)

50. Ocean connectors/conectores de los oceanos; promoting sea turtle conservation throughout friendship. Antonio Diego Fernández Rozada and Frances Kinney (cartel)

51. Baseline health parameters of clinically healthy and pathological evaluation of stranded pacific loggerhead turtles (Carettacaretta) impacted by small-scale fisheries in Baja California Sur, Mexico. A. Alonso Aguirre, Hoyt Peckham, Iga Stasiak, Susan Hayhurst, Victor de la Toba, Alan Zavala- Norzagaray, Natalia Rossi, Carmen Valle, and Terry R. Spraker (presentación)

52. A report of fibropapillomatosis in east pacific green turtle (Cheloniamydas) from laguna San Ignacio, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Eduardo Reséndiz, Volker Koch, and Amaury Cordero Tapia (cartel)

53. Histologic changes of grossly normal skin in loggerhead turtles (Carettacaretta) captured in Bahia Magdalena, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Colby Wells, Colleen Duncan, Bruce Wobeser, Terry R. Spraker, Hoyt Peckham, and A. Alonso Aguirre (cartel)

54. Heavy metal values in blood of three species of sea turtles from Gulf of California, Mexico.Alan Zavala-Norzagaray, Cesar Ley-Quiñónez, T. Leticia Espinosa-Carreón, Hoyt Peckham, Ciro Marquez-Herrera, Lorena Campos-Villegas, and Alonso Aguirre (cartel)

55. Growth rates and body condition index of east pacific green turtle (Cheloniamydas) at four monitoring sites in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Beatriz Dias, Volker Koch, Eduardo Nájera-Hillman, Gustavo Hinojosa, John H. Wang, Shara Fisler, and Yonat Swimmer (presentación)

56. Survival and abundance estimates for green turtles (Cheloniamydas) in estero banderitas, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Eduardo Nájera-Hillman, Beatriz Dias, Volker Koch, and Gustavo Hinojosa (presentación)

57. Buoyless gillnets significantly reduce loggerhead bycatch mortality at Baja California Sur, Mexico. David Maldonado-Diaz, S. Hoyt Peckham, Jesus Lucero-Romero, Alejandro Rodriguez, and Maria Wojakowski (presentación)

58. Substituting hook and line for gillnet fishing: a potential market- based solution to reducing bycatch mortality at Baja California Sur, México. S. Hoyt Peckham, D. Maldonado-Diaz, J. Lucero-Romero, A. Rodriguez, A. Esliman-Salgado, M. Wojakowski, and E. Caballero  (presentación)

32nd Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Huatulco, Oaxcaca, Mexico, 10 - 16 Abril 2011

59. Ten years of black sea turtle research and conservation at two coastal lagoons in Northwest Mexico. What do we know? Beatriz S. Dias, Juan M. Rodriguez-Baron, and Volker Koch (presentación)

60. Relevance of Northwest Mexico as a foraging area and growth of black turtles (Chelonia mydas) for recovery this population. Aaron Esliman, Beatriz Dos Santos D., Melania López, Antonio Mariscal, Volker Koch, Juan M. Rodriguez-Baron, Jesús Lucero, Javier Villavicencio, Rodrigo Rangel, and Wallace J. Nichols(presentación)

61. Sea turtle stranding and its relationship with fishery activities in two natural protected areas. Jorge Parra Gaxiola, Alan A. Zavala, Gerardo R. Quiroz, and A. Alonso Aguirre(presentación)

62. Conservarte: empowering youth and educators to protect sea turtles through curriculum enrichment, participatory muralism, and field experience. Bárbara L. Cardoso, Antonio Diego-Fernández, and Hoyt Peckham(presentación)

63. Sustaining imperiled fisheries and turtles: a portfolio of voluntary bycatch solutions at BCS Mexico. Hoyt Peckham, David Maldonado, Aarón Esliman Salgado, and Alejandro Rodríguez(presentación)

64. Circulating vitellogenin, sex steroid and thyroid hormone levels of immature east pacific green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas). Do they really mature at the average nesting size in Baja? Vanessa Labrada-Martagón, Marina Zucchini, Marc Mangel, Lia C. Méndez-Rodriguez, and Tania Zenteno-Savin (cartel)

65. Sea Surface Temperature And Chlorophyll "A" By Remote Sensing In a Sea Turtle Foraging Area In Northern Sinaloa, Gulf Of California, Mexico. Samuel Valencia, Alan A. Zavala, Teresa L. Espinosa, and Alonso Aguirre (cartel)

66. Antioxidant Micronutrients In Macroalgae On The Feeding Grounds Of Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) In Bahia Magdalena B. C. S., Mexico. Paola A. Tenorio-Rodríguez, Lía.C. Méndez-Rodríguez, Elisa Serviere-Zaragoza, and Tania Zenteno-Savín (cartel)

67. Isla San Pedro Martir: An Ocean Oasis For Recovering Black Turtles Of Northwestern Mexico. Cosme Becerra, Jesus Lucero, Alejandra Meza, Mario Rojo, Jorge Torre, Jeffrey Seminoff, Aarón Esliman, and Hoyt Peckham (cartel)

68. Recent Ecological Records For Juvenile Loggerheads And Green Turtles At Northwest Of Mexico. Juan Rodriguez-Baron, Hoyt Peckham, Rafael Riosmena-Rodriguez, and Jeffrey Seminoff (cartel)

69. First Foraging Ecology Study Of Black Turtle (Chelonia mydas agassizii) In The State Of Sinaloa. Sandra Nataly Chávez Salazar, Carlos Delgado Trejo, Alan Alfredo Zavala Norzagaray, and María Lourdes Barriga Carbajal (cartel)

70. Heavy Metals In Sea Turtle Lepidochelyso olivacea from Guasave, Sinaloa, Gulf Of California, Mexico. Alan A. Zavala-Norzagaray, Cesar P. Ley-Quiñonez, T. Leticia Espinosa-Carreón, Adrian Canizales-Román, Renato Leal-Moreno, Paula Aguilar-Claussell, and A. Alonso Aguirre (cartel)

Wild10´s Global  Forum,  Boulder, CO, EUA del  8 - 10 Octubre 2013

71. The Grupo Tortuguero and Sea Turtle Conservation from the Perspective of an Expert Fisherman. (presentación)

36th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Lima, Perú 29 de Febrero - 4 Marzo 2016

 

72. Human impacts on a sea turtle biodiversity hotspot in the North Pacific, cast ominous threats for their nesting populations. Sergio Flores Ramirez (Resumen)

 

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