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Marine Turtle Newsletter
Issue Number 126 October 2009

Juvenile green turtle resting within (top) and a juvenile loggerhead resting upon (below) a mat of Sargassum. Both pictures were taken within minutes after each turtle was released in the ocean near a mat of floating algae - see pp 9-13 (photos by A. Cornett).

Editorials: Kemp’s Ridley Annual Reproductive Data Should be Posted onGovernment Agency Web Sites................CW Caillouet, Jr. The IUCN’S New Clothes: An Update on the Dhamra – Turtle Saga..................................................................J Lenin et al. Articles: Olive Ridley Nesting in Peru: The Southernmost Records in the Eastern Pacific..........................................S Kelez et al. Habitat Choices Made by Hatchling and Juvenile GreenTurtles and Loggerheads.....................MM Smith & M Salmon Leatherback Nesting in Tomatal, Oaxaca, Mexico in 2007/2008.....................................L Vannini & PA Rosales Jaillet Genetic Characterization of Loggerhead Turtles from Bycatch and Uncommon Nesting Sites...........................EC Reis et al. IUCN-MTSG Quarterly Report Letter to the Editor Obituary Announcements RecentPublications

Marine Turtle Newsletter No. 126, 2009 - Page 1

ISSN 0839-7708

Editors:
Lisa M. Campbell Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Duke University 135 Duke Marine Lab Road Beaufort, NC 28516 USA E-mail: mtn@seaturtle.org Fax: +1 252-504-7648 Matthew H. Godfrey NC Sea Turtle Project NC Wildlife Resources Commission 1507 Ann St. Beaufort, NC 28516 USA E-mail:mtn@seaturtle.org

Managing Editor:
Michael S. Coyne SEATURTLE.ORG 1 Southampton Place Durham, NC 27705, USA Email: mcoyne@seaturtle.org E-mail: mcoyne@seaturtle.org Fax: +1 919 684-8741

Founding Editor:
Nicholas Mrosovsky University of Toronto, Canada

Editorial Board:
Brendan J. Godley & Annette C. Broderick (Editors Emeriti) University of Exeter in Cornwall, UK George H. Balazs National MarineFisheries Service, Hawaii, USA Alan B. Bolten University of Florida, USA Robert P. van Dam Chelonia, Inc. Puerto Rico, USA Angela Formia University of Florence, Italy Colin Limpus Queensland Turtle Research Project, Australia Nicolas J. Pilcher Marine Research Foundation, Malaysia Manjula Tiwari National Marine Fisheries Service, La Jolla, USA ALan Rees University of Exeter in Cornwall, UK KartikShanker Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India Jeanette Wyneken Florida Atlantic University, USA MTN Online - The Marine Turtle Newsletter is available at the MTN web site: . Subscriptions and Donations - Subscriptions and donations towards the production of the MTN should be made online at or c/o SEATURTLE.ORG (see inside back cover for details).

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Epilogue Recently obtained documents from the offices of the Forest Department of Orissa show that the land on which the Dhamra port project is being built is a Protected Forest. The project does not have the mandatory clearance from the Government of India’s Ministry of Environment and Forests for usage of such landand has therefore violated the Indian Forest Conservation Act, 1980. An application has been filed in the Supreme Court by conservationists Bittu Sahgal, Romulus Whitaker and Shekar Dattatri seeking punitive action, and on October 9, 2009, the court issued notices to the Ministry of Environment and Forests and the state government of Orissa.
FRAZIER, J.G. 2005. Biosphere reserves and the YucatanSyndrome: Another look at the role of NGOs. In: R. Smardon and B. Faust (Eds.) Biosphere Reserve Management in the Yucatan Peninsula - Special Edition. Landscape and Urban Planning 74: 313-333. FRAZIER, J. 2008. Why do they do that? Ruminations on the Dhamra drama. Marine Turtle Newsletter. 121: 28-33. IGOE, J. & S. SULLIVAN. 2009. Problematising Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation: Displaced...
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