Scientific Papers

Nature Seychelles, partners' and other published scientific papers in PDF format. Note that these papers have been made available to Nature Seychelles by their authors and have been made publicly available to the extent that any applicable copyrights are respected by those who download them. Copies of papers downloaded may be used for educational and non-commercial purposes only and may not be reproduced or circulated.  

Allen et al. 2010. Hawksbill turtle monitoring in Cousin Island Special Reserve, Seychelles: an eight-fold increase in annual nesting numbers. Endang Species Res 11: 195–200, 2010
Groombridge et al. 2002. A molecular phylogeny of African kestrels with reference
to divergence across the Indian Ocean. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 25 (2002) 267–277
Groombridge et al. 2009. Evaluating the demographic history of the Seychelles kestrel (Falco araea): Genetic evidence for recovery from a population bottleneck following
minimal conservation management. Biological Conservation 142 (2009) 2250–2257
Frazier J. 1971. Observations on Sea turtles at Aldabra Atoll. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. Vol 260, No. 836
Richardson et al. 2007. Grandparent helpers: the adaptive Significance of older, post dominant helpers in the Seychelles warbler.  The Society for the Study of Evolution.
Evolution 2007

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