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PART IX. Chelonia mydas / The Shape of Change







All, J.D., 2006. Colorado river floods, droughts, and shrimp fishing in the upper Gulf of California, Mexico. Environmental Management, 37(1): 111-125.


Aragon-Noriega, E.A. and Calderon-Aguilera, L.E., 2000. Does damming of the Colorado River affect the nursery area of blue shrimp Litopenaeus stylirostris (Decapoda : Penaeidae) in the Upper Gulf of California? Revista De Biologia Tropical, 48(4): 867-871.


Bolten, A.B., Bjorndal, K.A., Martins, H.R., Dellinger, T., Biscoito, M.J., Encalada, S.E. and Bowen, B.W., 1998. Transatlantic developmental migrations of loggerhead sea turtles demonstrated by mtDNA sequence analysis. Ecological Applications, 8(1): 1-7.


Bowen, B.W., Abreugrobois, F.A., Balazs, G.H., Kamezaki, N., Limpus, C.J. and Ferl, R.J., 1995. Trans-Pacific Migrations of the Loggerhead Turtle (Caretta-Caretta) Demonstrated with Mitochondrial-DNA Markers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 92(9): 3731-3734.


Carriquiry, J.D., Sanchez, A. and Camacho-Ibar, V.F., 2001. Sedimentation in the northern Gulf of California after cessation of the Colorado River discharge. Sedimentary Geology, 144(1-2): 37-62.


Cisneros-Mata, M.A., Montemayor-Lopez, G. and Roman-Rodriguez, M.J., 1995. Life history and conservation of Totoaba Macdonaldi. Conservation Biology, 9(4): 806-814.


Galindo-Bect, M.S., Glenn, E.P., Page, H.M., Fitzsimmons, K., Galindo-Bect, L.A., Hernandez-Ayon, J.M., Petty, R.L., Garcia-Hernandez, J. and Moore, D., 2000. Penaeid shrimp landings in the upper Gulf of California in relation to Colorado River freshwater discharge. Fishery Bulletin, 98(1): 222-225.


Getches, D.H., 2003. Water management in the US and the fate of the Colorado River Delta in Mexico. United States-Mexico Law Journal, 11(107).


Glenn, E.P., Flessa, K.W., Cohen, M.J., Nagler, P.L., Rowell, K. and Zamora-Arroyo, F., 2007. Just add water and the Colorado River still reaches the sea. Environmental Management, 40(1): 1-6.


Glenn, E.P., Zamora-Arroyo, F., Nagler, P.L., Briggs, M., Shaw, W. and Flessa, K., 2001. Ecology and conservation biology of the Colorado River delta, Mexico. Journal of Arid Environments, 49(1): 5-15.


Glennon, R.J. and Culp, P.W., 2002. The last green lagoon: how and why the bush administration should save the colorado river delta. Ecology L.Q., 28(903).


Jackson, J.B.C., 2001. What was natural in the coastal oceans? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 98(10): 5411-5418.


Kelly, J.F., 2000. Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen in the study of avian and mammalian trophic ecology. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie, 78(1): 1-27.


Koch, V., Brooks, L.B. and Nichols, W.J., 2007. Population ecology of the green/black turtle (Chelonia mydas) in Bahia Magdalena, Mexico. Marine Biology, 153(1): 35-46.


Lercari, D. and Chavez, E.A., 2007. Possible causes related to historic stock depletion of the totoaba, Totoaba macdonaldi (Perciformes : Sciaenidae), endemic to the Gulf of California. Fisheries Research, 86(2-3): 136-142.


Liebig, P.M., Taylor, T.S.A. and Flessa, K.W., 2003. Bones on the beach: Marine mammal taphonomy of the Colorado Delta, Mexico. Palaios, 18(2): 168-175.


Lopez-Mendilaharsu, M., Gardner, S.C., Seminoff, J.A. and Riosmena-Rodriguez, R., 2005. Identifying critical foraging habitats of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) along the Pacific coast of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 15(3): 259-269.


Medellin-Azuara, J., Lund, J.R. and Howitt, R.E., 2007. Water supply analysis for restoring the Colorado River Delta, Mexico. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management-Asce, 133(5): 462-471.


Newsome, S.D., del Rio, C.M., Bearhop, S. and Phillips, D.L., 2007. A niche for isotopic ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 5(8): 429-436.


Parker, D.M., Cooke, W.J. and Balazs, G.H., 2005. Diet of oceanic loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in the central North Pacific. Fishery Bulletin, 103(1): 142-152.


Reich, K.J., Bjorndal, K.A. and Bolten, A.B., 2007. The 'lost years' of green turtles: using stable isotopes to study cryptic lifestages. Biology Letters, 3(6): 712-714.


Resendiz, A., Resendiz, B., Nichols, W.J., Seminoff, J.A. and Kamezaki, N., 1998. First confirmed East-West transpacific movement of a Loggerhead Sea Turtle, Caretta caretta, released in Baja California, Mexico. Pacific Science, 52(2): 151-153.


Rowell, K., Flessa, K.W., Dettman, D.L. and Roman, M., 2005. The importance of Colorado River flow to nursery habitats of the Gulf corvina (Cynoscion othonopterus). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62(12): 2874-2885.


Rowell, K., Flessa, K.W., Dettman, D.L., Roman, M.J., Gerber, L.R. and Findley, L.T., 2008a. Diverting the Colorado River Reads to a dramatic life history shift in an endangered marine fish. Biological Conservation, 141(4): 1138-1148.


Rowell, K., True, C., Flessa, K.W. and Dettman, D.L., 2008b. Fish without water: Validation and application of delta O-18 in Totoaba macdonaldi otoliths. Ciencias Marinas, 34(1): 55-68.


Saenz-Arroyo, A., Roberts, C.M., Torre, J., Carino-Olvera, M. and Hawkins, J.P., 2006. The value of evidence about past abundance: marine fauna of the Gulf of California through the eyes of 16th to 19th century travellers. Fish and Fisheries, 7(2): 128-146.


Seminoff, J.A., Alvarado, J., Delgado, C., Lopez, J.L. and Hoeffer, G., 2002a. First direct evidence of migration by an East Pacific green seaturtle from Michoacan, Mexico to a feeding ground on the Sonoran Coast of the Gulf of California. Southwestern Naturalist, 47(2): 314-316.


Seminoff, J.A., Jones, T.T., Resendiz, A., Nichols, W.J. and Chaloupka, M.Y., 2003. Monitoring green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a coastal foraging area in Baja California, Mexico: multiple indices to describe population status. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 83(6): 1355-1362.


Seminoff, J.A., Resendiz, A. and Nichols, W.J., 2002b. Diet of East Pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas) in the central Gulf of California, Mexico. Journal of Herpetology, 36(3): 447-453.


Seminoff, J.A., Resendiz, A. and Nichols, W.J., 2002c. Home range of green turtles Chelonia mydas at a coastal foraging area in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 242: 253-265.


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