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Prey landscapes help identify potential foraging habits for leatherback turtles in the NE Atlantic

Matthew J. Witt1, Annette C. Broderick1, David J. Johns2, Corinne Martin3, Rod Penrose4, Marinus S. Hoodmoed5, Brendan J. Godley1,*

1Marine Turtle Research Group, Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus, Penryn TR10 9E2, UK
2Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS), The Laboratory, Citadel Hill, Plymouth PL1 2PB, UK
3Department of Geographical and Life Sciences, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, CT1 1QU, UK
4Marine Environmental Monitoring, Penwalk, Llechryd, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 2PS, UK
5Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi/CZO/Herpetologia, Caixa Postal 399, CEP 66017-970 Belém, PA, Brasil

*Corresponding author. Email: bgodley@seaturtle.org

Marine Ecology Progress Series 337:231-244 (2007)

Appendix 3. Animation of monthly long-term mean gelatinous organism distribution (1954-2003) on the European continental shelf, with records of living leatherback turtles (open circles, 1954-2003). Solid white lines: and monthly long-term mean position of 10 and 12C sea surface temperature isotherms (Hadley ISST, 1954-2003)