Turtley sick moves: rescuing weak sea turtles and the science aimed at helping their equally weak populations

Turtley sick moves: rescuing weak sea turtles and the science aimed at helping their equally weak populations

  Author: Dr Ryan Pearson Sea turtles are threatened. Literal boatloads of things affect their already low survival rates, most attributable to humans. Plastics, fishing entanglements, temperature increases, habitat degradation and actual boat strikes are killing turtles and affecting their populations in many other ways. Ultimately threatening their very existence. Knowing this, when my buddy [...]

Prawn chemical “fingerprints” identify human influences in urban coastal habitats

Prawn chemical “fingerprints” identify human influences in urban coastal habitats

"We found that prawns collected closer to shore had higher concentrations of potential pollutants" says Dr Munroe