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Dr. Lance Adams, Duane Stanton, Aquarium of the Pacific | National Marine Fisheries Service

Sea Turtle Tagging

As of October 2006, the Aquarium of the Pacific, with the cooperation of the National Marine Fisheries Service and others, has released three green sea turtles with satellite tracking tags into the waters of the Gulf of California and off Southern California. Data was received from one of the released animals for over ninety days and allowed thousands of Aquarium visitors to track its movements and learn more about the habits and behavior of sea turtles. No publications or presentations.

Last updated November 9 2016