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Tammy - Padre Island National Seashore Kemp's Ridley Tracking Program-2015
A project of Padre Island National Seashore Kemp's Ridley Tracking Program.
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Tammy (Kemp's Ridley) is 6 km W off the coast of United States and 119 km from St Petersburg
This adult female Kemp's ridley nested 19 May 2015 at Padre Island National Seashore, Corpus Christi, Texas. This turtle was outfitted with a Sirtrack Kiwisat 202 satellite transmitter.
Tammy is named in honor of Tammy Whittington, Associate Regional Director, Resource Stewardship and Science, Intermountain Region, National Park Service.
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- This map connects positions generated by the ARGOS system designated as location class (lc) '3', '2', '1', '0', 'A', 'B'. Locations that have been "filtered" are displayed as small red dots.
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- Bathymetry layers are derived from the GEBCO One Minute Grid.
- Sea surface temperature and chlorophyll are derived from NASA's Ocean Color data.
- Ocean currents and sea surface heights are derived from AVISO's Ssalto/Duacs Gridded Absolute Dynamic Topography & absolute geostrophic velocities data.