Univ of Exeter, Wildlife Conservation Society, Stanford Univ, UC Santa Cruz
Data provider Costa Lab Mammals Originating data center Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT) Project partner This project is a collaborative effort between the Gabon National Parks Agency, CENAREST (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et Technologique), the Gabon Sea Turtle Partnership, Fondation Liambissi, Ibonga, the Wildlife Conservation Society, WWF, Stanford University, University of California Santa Cruz, the Marine Conservation Institute and the Marine Turtle Research Group at the University of Exeter. Project sponsor or sponsor description The project is generously sponsored by the Darwin Initiative, Tullow Oil and Busch Gardens/Sea World, Vaalco and the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Maxwell S. 2021. Gabon 2014: Olive Ridley Sea Turtles. Data downloaded from OBIS-SEAMAP (http://seamap.env.duke.edu/dataset/1215) on yyyy-mm-dd and originated from Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT; http://www.seaturtle.org/tracking/index.shtml?project_id=1047).
This project seeks to develop a more detailed understanding of the relative density of at-sea habitat use for the olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea) turtle to allow for more effective marine spatial planning efforts in support of marine protected area design, fisheries management and petrochemical exploration activities. The project is funded by Tullow Oil, the Darwin Initiative and Busch Gardens Sea World Conservation Fund.
This section explains attributes included in the original dataset.
OBIS-SEAMAP restricts the attributes available to the public to date/time, lat/lon and species names/counts only.
Should you need other attributes described here, you are encouraged to contact the data provider.
Attributes described below represent those in the original dataset provided by the provider.
Only minimum required attributes are visible and downloadable online. Other attributes may be obtained upon provider's permission.
Attributes in dataset
Attribute (table column)
Number of messages received
definition not provided
Best signal strength in dB
Pass duration in seconds
Number Of Plausibility Checks successful (from 0-4)