Raw acceleration, gyroscope and depth profiles associated with the observed behaviours of free-ranging immature green turtles in Martinique

Lorene Jeantet, Victor Planas-Bielsa, Simon Benhamou, Sébastien Geiger, Jordan Martin, Flora Siegwalt, Pierre Lelong, Julie Gresser, Denis Etienne, Gaëlle Hiélard, Alexandre Arque, Sidney Regis, Nicolas Lecerf, Cédric Frouin, Abdelwahab Benhalilou, Céline Murgale, Thomas Maillet, Lucas Andreani, Guilhem Campistron, Hélène Delvaux, Christelle Guyon, Sandrine Richard, Fabien Lefebvre, Nathalie Aubert, Caroline Habold … & Damien Chevallier
The identification of sea turtle behaviours is a prerequisite to predicting the activities and time-budget of these animals in their natural habitat over long term. However, this is hampered by a lack of reliable methods that enable the detection and monitoring of certain key behaviours such as feeding. This study proposes a combined approach that automatically identifies the different behaviours of free-ranging sea turtles through the use of animal-borne multi-sensor recorders (accelerometer, gyroscope and time-depth...
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