Data from: A model for simulating the active dispersal of juvenile sea turtles with a case study on western Pacific leatherback turtles

Gaspar P, Maxime L

Date Published: August 1, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h7j90

 

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Title Passive drift from Jamursba-Medi
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Description Simulated 18-year-long trajectories of passive turtles emerging from Jamursba-Medi nesting beach (New Guinea, Indonesia) and drifting in the North Pacific. The file is in the self-described NetCDFformat
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Title Active dispersal from Jamursba-Medi
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Description Simulated 18-year-long trajectories of actively swimming turtles emerging from Jamursba-Medi nesting beach (New Guinea, Indonesia) and drifting in the North Pacific. The file is in the self-described NetCDFformat
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Gaspar P, Lalire M (2017) A model for simulating the active dispersal of juvenile sea turtles with a case study on western Pacific leatherback turtles. PLOS ONE 12(7): e0181595. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0181595

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Gaspar P, Maxime L (2017) Data from: A model for simulating the active dispersal of juvenile sea turtles with a case study on western Pacific leatherback turtles. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h7j90
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