TITLE

Turtles moonlight in safety

AUTHOR(S)
Kofoed, Philip
PUB. DATE
July 1998
SOURCE
Ecos;Jul-Sep98, Issue 96, p36
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the research done by Dr. Peter Hick of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization's Exploration and Mining, to find out whether lights were disturbing turtles at West Australian Petroleum company's gas production facility on Thevenard Island. Range at which wavelengths of light have been shown disruptive to turtles; Technique used by Hick and his team; Hick's comments on the findings.
ACCESSION #
993039

 

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