Tortugas Marinas del Golfo de California
Alan Zavala

Dataset credit

Data provider
Tracking Loggerheads in the Gulf of California
Originating data center
Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT)

Contacts

RoleNameOrganization 
Primary contact Alan Zavala Tracking Sea Turtles in the Riviera Nayarit, Mexico.
Data entry Michael Coyne seaturtle.org

Citation

Abstract

English translation follows Spanish text.

A nueve años de su creación, el Programa de Protección y Conservación de Vida Silvestre del CIIDIR Unidad Sinaloa del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ha desarrollado una serie de proyectos de investigación principalmente para la conservación de las tortugas marinas en el noroeste de México, esto ha sido posible gracias al apoyo institucional y a la colaboración con otras instituciones y organizaciones de la sociedad civil nacionales e internacionales. El proyecto de telemetría satelital Tortugas Amarillas del Golfo de California surge mediante la colaboración entre el IPN, Red Tortuguera A.C., Grupo Tortuguero de las Californias A.C., el Smithsonian Mason School of Conservation, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología/UNAM y la colaboración de pescadores de la comunidad de La Reforma, Angostura, quienes voluntariamente reportaron la captura incidental de tortugas amarillas (Caretta caretta), las cuales se convirtieron en los primeros registros formales de esta especie en la zona sur del Golfo de California. Con este proyecto se pretende conocer por primera vez, los movimientos de esta especie dentro del Golfo de California, lo que aportara información importante para las estrategias de conservación de la especie.

ENGLISH:

Nine years after its creation, the Wildlife Protection and Conservation Program at the CIIDIR Sinaloa campus of Instituto Politécnico Nacional (National Polytechnic Institute), has developed a series of research projects focusing mainly on sea turtle conservation in northwest Mexico. This has been made possible through institutional support and the collaboration of national and international institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations. The Loggerhead turtles of the Gulf of California satellite telemetry project has been made possible through the support and collaboration between the Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Red Tortuguera A.C., Grupo Tortuguero de las Californias A.C., Smithsonian Mason School of Conservation, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología/UNAM and the local fishing communities of La Reforma and Angostura, who voluntarily reported bycatch of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). These reports became the first formal records of this species in the southern Gulf of California. This project aims to determine for the first time the movements of loggerheads in the Gulf of California, which will supply us with important information for the implementation of conservation strategies for the species.

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References

Attributes

Overview

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Attributes in dataset provided

Attribute (table column)Description
project_idSTAT Project ID
prognumProgram number
tag_idPTT ID
datetime_utcDate and time in UTC
lcLocation class
iqQuality indicator
latitudeLatitude 1
longitudeLongitude 1
dir1Dir 1
nb_mesNumber of messages received
big_nb_mesdefinition not provided
best_levelBest signal strength in dB
pass_durationPass duration in seconds
nopcNumber Of Plausibility Checks successful (from 0-4)
calcul_freqCalculated frequency
altitudeAltitude used for location calculation
sensorsSensors
speciesSpecies name
sp_tsnITIS Taxonomic Serial Number
lc_filterParameters to location filtering
speed_filterParameters to speed filtering
distance_filterParameters to distance filtering
topo_filterParameters to topo filtering
time_filterParameters to time filtering
angle_filterParameters to angle filtering
life_stageLife stage of the animal
genderGender of the animal
wetdryWet or dry
wetdry_filterParameters to Wet or dry filterint
obs_datetimeDate and time (local time zone)
timezone_hTime difference from UTC
obs_countAnimal count (always 1)
OBIS-SEAMAP ID1176
Seabirds0
Marine mammals0
Sea turtles3,225
Rays and sharks0
Other species0
Non spatial0
Non species0
Total3,225
Date, Begin2014-05-23
Date, End2017-06-23
Temporal prec.111111
Latitude10.70 - 31.26
Longitude-114.35 - -94.80
Coord. prec.3 decimal digits
PlatformTag
Data typeTelemetry location
TracklinesYES (ID: 1177)
Contr. throughSatellite Tracking and Analysis Tool
Registered2014-06-13
Updated2017-06-27
StatusPublished
Sharing policy Permission required
Also availalbe from None
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