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Northern Cyprus 2012

A project of MTRG in conjunction with the partners and sponsors detailed below.

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NameSpeciesLife StageRelease DateLast LocationDays Transmitted
52817a LoggerheadAdult2012-06-012013-01-06219
Dolly LoggerheadAdult2012-06-052012-11-26174
EMU LoggerheadAdult2012-05-312015-11-041252
KINGS LoggerheadAdult2012-06-012013-05-01334
Maureen LoggerheadAdult2012-06-012012-12-30212

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Introduction



It is increasingly evident that small-scale fisheries of the Eastern Mediterranean likely pose the greatest threat to Mediterranean populations of green and loggerhead turtles. In these fisheries many small boats operate close to shore in areas where turtles aggregate both to forage and reproduce and are particularly active during the turtle nesting season. In 2009 we began to investigate these fisheries taking North Cyprus as a study unit. By tracking both fishing vessels and marine turtles simultaneously we hope to delimit boundaries within which bycatch is greatest and where mitigation options can subsequently be considered and trialled. The project forms part of an ongoing PhD undertaken by Robin Snape at University of Exeter UK and is implemented in collaboration with Eastern Mediterranean University’s Biological Sciences Department through Dr Burak Ali Çiçek.

       

Project Sponsors

This project is supported by Erwin Warth Foundation, Kuzey Kıbrıs Turkcell, Ektam Kıbrıs and Medialife Advertising and Organisation.

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