IR Symposium #1

Satellite Tracking for the Conservation of Migratory Vertebrates

 

27 February 2007, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

Convened in conjunction with the 27th Sea Turtle Symposium

 

Published in Endangered Species Research,

Vol. 4(1-2)

 

 

Keynote speakers:

 

Mike Fedak

Using telemetry to understand life-history tradeoffs in resource allocation in seals; A natural history study but with conservation implications

 

Brendan Godley

Satellite tracking in sea turtles: where, when, how much and, above all, why?

 

Molly Lutcavage

Progress in tracking large pelagic fishes

 

Bruce Mate

Identifying whale habitat and habits: issues associated with assessing natural variability and anthropogenic impacts?

 

Rory Wilson

Why we need a good flight recorder for wildlife before anything actually crashes