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1 17 Adams, R. 1924. Harpooning the largest turtle. Field & Stream 29(7):30–31.
2 10042 Constantino, M. A. 2002. How leatherback hatchlings recognize their prey: sensory predispositions and behavioral responses. M.S. Thesis, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, USA. 29pp.
3 7731 Constantino, M. A., and M. Salmon. 2005. Prey detection by leatherback hatchlings. Pages 142–143 in M. S. Coyne and R. D. Clark, compilers. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-528.
4 1801 Dickerson, D. D., and D. A. Nelson. 1989. Recent results on hatchling orientation responses to light wavelengths and intensities. Pages 41–43 in S. A. Eckert, K. L. Eckert, and T. H. Richardson, compilers. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Workshop on Sea Turtle Conservation and Biology. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFC-232.
5 2180 Ehrhart, L. M. 1987. Marine turtle mortality in the vicinity of Port Canaveral, Florida, 1977–84. NOAA Technical Report NMFS 53:1–20.
6 6644 Frair, W., R. G. Ackman, and N. Mrosovsky. 1972. Body temperature of Dermochelys coriacea: warm turtle from cold water. Science 177:791–793.
7 2528 Fritts, T. H., A. B. Irvine, R. D. Jennings, L. A. Collum, W. Hoffman, and M. A. McGehee. 1983. Turtles, birds, and mammals in the northern Gulf of Mexico and nearby Atlantic waters. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Division of Biological Services FWS/OBS-82/65. 455pp.
8 8852 Gless, J. M. 2007. Behavioral responses of leatherback juveniles (Dermochelys coriacea L.) to lights used in the longline fishery. M.S. Thesis, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, USA. 29pp.
9 8790 Gless, J. M., and M. Salmon. 2008. Behavioral responses of leatherback juveniles (Dermochelys coriacea) to lights used in the longline fishery. Pages 172–173 (abstract) in A. F. Rees, M. Frick, A. Panagopoulou, and K. Williams, compilers. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-569.
10 6580 Jones, T. T., M. Salmon, C. Johnson, and S. Weege. 2002. Ontogeny of diving and feeding behaviors in leatherback hatchlings. Pages 177–179 in A. Mosier, A. Foley, and B. Brost, compilers. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-477.
11 5232 Rudloe, J. 1979. Time of the turtle. Penguin Books, New York, New York, USA. 273pp.
12 6372 Wyneken, J., and M. Salmon. 1990. Swimming the offshore marathon: analysis of early swimming activity in loggerhead, green turtle and leatherback hatchlings. Pages 109–110 in T. H. Richardson, J. I. Richardson, and M. Donnelly, compilers. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Workshop on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFC-278.
13 6373 Wyneken, J., and M. Salmon. 1992. Frenzy and postfrenzy swimming activity in loggerhead, green, and leatherback hatchling sea turtles. Copeia 1992:478–484.
14 6370 Wyneken, J., M. Goff, and L. Glenn. 1994. The trials and tribulations of swimming in the near-shore environment. Pages 169–171 in K. A. Bjorndal, A. B. Bolten, D. A. Johnson, and P. J. Eliazar, compilers. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFSC-351.

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