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Nouf - Gulf Green Turtle Project 2016-2019
A project of Emirates Wildlife Society-WWF.
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This adult female green was tagged by a joint team comprising Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs, 5Oceans, ESO and EWS-WWF. Her name, Nouf, was kindly chosen by H.E Mohammed Bin Salem Al Tobi, Minister of Environment and Climate Affairs.
She measured 92.1 cm in curved carapace length, and now carries a satellite transmitter (number 163592) to let us know of her use of nearshore waters during he interesting period (between this and subsequent nests), and later of her migration path and foraging grounds. This data will help us determine important habitat which might need conservation and/or management efforts. She also carries metal flipper tag number R62040 on her left front flipper.
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- This map connects positions generated by the ARGOS system designated as location class (lc) '4', '3', '2', '1', '0', 'A', 'B'. Locations that have been "filtered" are displayed as small red dots.
- This maps also shows locations of class 'Z', 'X' as small black dots which are not connected by a route line.
- 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.
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