I am back home. My month of fieldwork was very productive. After a year of analysing data in the office, it was great to spend time out in the field again. I saw many turtles, released countless hatchlings, and set up important experiments. The data I collected will further consolidate my research about climate change and sea turtle conservation.

On this blog I will keep you updated about my research. I still have a lot of stories, pictures, and videos to share. If you have questions about my fieldwork, my research, or about sea turtles in general, please get in touch. I am more than happy to answer your questions!

I wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone that made my fieldwork possible and so enjoyable. First, I want to thank the Alasdair Downes Marine Conservation Fund and the Society for Experimental Biology for the funding that allowed me to carry out my research. I also want to thank everyone from SOS Tartarugas, particularly Jacquie, Neal, Berta, and Albert for their unconditional help and support for my work and research. I wish to thank all the SOS rangers, monitors, and volunteers that helped with my data collection. Special thanks goes out to Genaye and Marcos for their help with my experiments. Finally, thank you all for reading my posts, it was a pleasure to share my work with you!

Thank you to the 2014 team! (photo coutesy of Jacquie Cozens)

Thank you to the 2014 team!
(photo courtesy of Jacquie Cozens)


One thought on “Home

  1. I have really enjoyed reading your blog and have learned a lot about turtle conservation! Good luck with your PhD and with your contribution to the conservation of these wonderful creatures in the future

    best wishes



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