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Table 2 Summary Data for turtle movement tracks from three nesting beaches in Mexico

From: Pelagic movements of pacific leatherback turtles (dermochelys coriacea) highlight the role of prey and ocean currents

TrackID Year Beach Locations Distance (km) Included Reason
1 1993 Mexiquillo 52 2,448 Yes  
2 1993 Mexiquillo 8 497 No locations
3 1997 Mexiquillo 298 9,425 Yes  
4 1997 Mexiquillo 234 8,177 Yes  
5 1997 Mexiquillo 1 426 No locations
6 1997 Mexiquillo 118 4,756 Yes  
7 1997 Mexiquillo 266 9,001 Yes  
8 1997 Mexiquillo 286 8,304 Yes  
9 1997 Mexiquillo 46 329 No locations
10 1997 Mexiquillo 298 10,535 Yes  
11 1997 Mexiquillo 436 13,097 Yes  
12 1997 Mexiquillo 0 664 No locations
13 1999 Cauhitan 124 4,975 Yes  
14 1999 Cauhitan 0 215 No locations
15 1999 Cauhitan 0 444 No locations
16 2000 Agua Blanca 53 3,178 Yes  
17 2000 Cauhitan 21 1,892 No locations
18 2000 Cauhitan 279 12,244 No Turtle is dead
19 2000 Cauhitan 42 1,197 No locations
20 2000 Cauhitan 1 207 No locations
21 2000 Cauhitan 26 1,309 No locations
22 2000 Cauhitan 468 12,828 Yes  
23 2001 Cauhitan 32 1,532 Yes  
24 2001 Cauhitan 196 9,000 Yes  
25 2001 Cauhitan 97 2,961 Yes  
26 2003 Agua Blanca 79 4,022 Yes  
  1. Included are the number of post-nesting locations, and the cumulative distance for the entire track. Turtles excluded from the modeling analysis are noted, along with the reason for exclusion. In the Reasons column, locations meant there were too few post-internesting locations.