Boyd Lyon Sea Turtle Fund Scholars

Current Scholar

2021 - Natalia Teryda (University of Florida, PhD)
Teryda%20Natalia%20edit_edited.jpg

Previous Scholars

Click on the photo see more detail

2020 - Alexandra Fireman
"On the Shell of the Turtle: Identifying Dietary Patterns of the Hawksbill Sea Turtle Using Stable Isotope Analysis of Keratin Tissue.”
2019 - Sumedha Korgaonkar
"Intensive Survey of a Lesser Known Population of Olive Ridley Turtles with an Unusual nesting Period Along the Saurashtra Coast of Gujarat, West Coast of India."
2018 - Quintin Bergman
"Isotopic Signatures for Hawksbills (Eretmochelys imbricata) in the Eastern Pacific Ocean"
2017 - Juan Manuel Rodiquez-Baron
"Assessment of Bycatch and Physiological Rates of Post Release East Pacific Leatherback
Turtles at Foraging Grounds off the Coasts of Central and South America"
2016 - Andrews Agyekumhene
"Reduction of Sea Turtle By-catch and Mortality in Gill Net Fishery Along the Central Coast of Ghana"
2015 - Catalina Vásquez Carillo
"Characterization of Juvenile Habitats for the Green Sea Turtle at La Guajira, Colombia: A Connectivity Boundary Region in the Caribbean"
2014 - Elizabeth Hetherington
"How Do Nitrogen Cycling Processes and Environmental Variability Affect Leatherback Sea Turtle Trophic Structure
and Reproduction?"
2013 - Marco García Cruz
"The Reproductive Population of Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) on Isla de Aves, Venezuela"
2012 - Amber Greening
"Illuminating Local Perceptions of Sea Turtle Conservation Practices in St. Kitts"
2011 - Noemí Durán Royo
"Predation Levels and Sea Turtle Hatchling Survival after Release from the Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras:
Implications for Conservation "
2010 - Patricia Zárate
"Predation Levels and Sea Turtle Hatchling Survival after Release from the Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras:
Implications for Conservation Management"
2009 - Melania López Castro
"Deciphering the Mystery of the 'Lost-year' of [Atlantic] Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) Using Trace Elements"
2008 - Gail Schofield
"In-water Habitat Utilisation by Endangered Male Loggerhead Sea Turtles at the Mediterranean’s Largest Rookery
(Laganas Bay, National Marine Park of Zakynthos, Greece)"
Show More
  • Facebook Black Square

© 2021 Boyd Lyon Sea Turtle Fund