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Fig. 1 | Movement Ecology

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From: The effect of biologging systems on reproduction, growth and survival of adult sea turtles

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Effects on reproduction among females. Differences in female size (a) in the year of device attachment and reproductive correlated in the year following device attachment (b-e) for groups of females. For ‘non-tracked’ females, year(s) of and following device attachment represent randomly generated following recaptures. Observed differences in mean clutch size (eggs) for green turtles and in date of first nest (d.o.y) for both species were due to annual effects rather than device attachment (see main text). Mean ± SE. CCL: curved carapace length; ECF: estimated clutch frequency; RI: remigration interval; d.o.y: day of the year

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