Grants Received

  • Sea Turtle License Plate Grant, Sea Turtle Conservancy, Southwest Florida loggerhead rookeries as long-term collaborative tagging experiment (Kristen Mazzarella, w/ co-PI J. Foote and D. Addison), 2015
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, 2013
  • Sea Turtle License Plate Grant, Sea Turtle Conservancy, Matching Funds for GPS Equipment to Pinpoint Turtle Nests Before and After Storms,  2013
  • Earlier grants from Sea Turtle Licens Plate, Sea Turtle Conservancy:
    • Southwest Florida loggerhead rookeries as a collaborative tagging experiment, 2012
    • Assessment of loggerhead turtle habitats that overlap with reef-fish bottom longline fisheries on the West Florida Shelf, Year 2, 2012
    • Assessment of nesting site fidelity with geo-positioning archival tags, 2012
    • Assessment of loggerhead turtle habitats that overlap with reef-fish bottom longline fisheries on the West Florida Shelf, 2011
    • Stable Isotope Profiles of Sea Turtles From the Southwest Rookery, 2010
    • Clutch Frequency of Sea Turtles Residing on the Southwest Florida Shelf, Year 2, 2009
    • Acoustic Environment of Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta), 2008
    • Determination of Intra-season Clutch Frequency for Loggerhead Turtles (Caretta caretta), 2008
    • Southwest Florida Loggerhead Rookeries as a Collaborative Tagging Experiment: Wider Use of PIT Tags over Six Years to Improve Estimates of Survivorship, Tag Loss and Nest Site Fidelity, 2008

Mote offers a special thanks to the Sea Turtle Conservancy's Sea Turtle Grants Program for supporting our research and conservation efforts with numerous grants over the years.   The Sea Turtle Grants Program is funded by proceeds from the sale of the Florida Sea Turtle License Plate. Learn more at: www.helpingseaturtles.org

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