Recent evidence suggests that juvenile sea turtle life history is more complex than previously thought, with a certain portion of the population making multiple shifts between offshore and nearshore foraging habitats during their life cycle as opposed to a single one-way shift. The goal of my research is to gain a better understanding of these shifts and juvenile sea turtle life history variation by using analyses of their bone tissue to reconstruct past diet and habitat use strategies
|Javier Felipe Tabima Restrepo|
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