THE NATIONAL SAVE THE SEA TURTLE FOUNDATION PROVIDES CRITICAL SUPPORT FOR SEA TURTLE RESEARCH!

The National Save the Sea Turtle Foundation has awarded tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships for graduate students. Your contribution to the Foundation helps provide critical support that young scientists so desperately need to complete their graduate studies. See below the important work that has been supported by the Foundation. For information concerning graduate scholarships, contact the Foundation and/or Larry Wood at larry@floridahawksbills.com  
Linking Ecology, Morphology, and Behavior to Conservation: Lessons Learned from Studies of Sea Turtles
Identifying Sex of Neonate Turtles with Temperature-dependent Sex Determination via Small Blood Samples
Incubation environment and parental identity affect sea turtle development and hatchling phenotype
The UCF Marine Turtle Research Group – A Whole-Life Approach to Understanding Sea Turtle Biology and Informing Conservation
The Florida Hawksbill Project: 2020 and Beyond
Studies of Florida’s Wild Dolphins Reveal Unique Social Feeding Behavior
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Scientists Study the Effects of Sky Glow on Hatchling Sea Turtles
Natural selection and the nesting behavior of ridley sea turtles
Follow Your Nose: FAU Graduate Student Studies Olfaction in Sea Turtles
National Save the Sea Turtle Foundation provides Scholarships for FAU Biology graduate students in 2014

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