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Main Title Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 18 to 22 January 2005, Savannah, Georgia, USA /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Kalb, Heather,
Rohde, Alexandra S.,
Gayheart, Kacie,
Shanker, Kartik,
Publisher U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center,
Year Published 2008
OCLC Number 847197585
Subjects Sea turtles--Congresses. ; Sea turtles--Conservation--Congresses. ; Sea turtles--Ecology--Congresses. ; Rare reptiles--Congresses. ; Wildlife conservation--Congresses. ; Endangered species--Congresses. ; Sea turtles--Effect of human beings on--Congresses.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
HathiTrust Digital Library, Limited view (search only)
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKCM  SH11.A54171 NO.582 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 06/05/2012
Collation 1 online resource (xxviii, 204 pages)
Includes author index. "December 2008." Title from title screen (viewed on June 3, 2013). Electronic reproduction.
Contents Notes
"With registrants from over 70 nations, a crowd of almost one thousand sea turtle biologists, conservationists, and enthusiasts attended the 'Silver Anniversary Sea Turtle Symposium' in Savannah, Georgia. The schedule included an initial two days of regional meetings followed by three days of the main symposium, and a final day that included the Marine Turtle Specialist Group (MTSG) meeting. The venue for the symposium proved to be very functional. The meeting facilities included a Harborside Center that served as the location for the opening social, the poster sessions, and the coffee breaks. Thanks to the efforts of Janet Hochella (the Vendor Chair) and other volunteers, an excellent 'Turtle Square' area was set up in the Harborside Center that included kiosks for vendors and many sea turtle organizations. The location of the hotel on River Street in the historic district of Savannah also proved to be very functional since there were numerous restaurants, pubs, shops, and historic landmarks within walking distance"--Page iii.