Large-scale patterns of green turtle trophic ecology in the eastern Pacific Ocean

Jeffrey Seminoff
Trophic position and niche width are fundamental components of a species’ ecology, reflecting resource use, and influencing key demographic parameters such as somatic growth, maturation, and survival. The present data file contains results of stable isotope analysis (stable-carbon, δ13C; stable-nitrogen, δ15N values) that was conducted on bulk skin tissue of 718 green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) distributed among 16 foraging areas in the eastern Pacific from the US to Chile, a range spanning ~10,000 km....
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