Asian University for Women, Chittagong, Bangladesh
The contents of this issue of IOTN, and the recent publications below, should be used to complement the bibliography on sea turtle records and research from the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago published in 2007 (see IOTN 5: 14-18).
Fatima, E., H. Andrews, S. John & K. Shanker. 2011. Status of marine turtles in Cuthbert Bay, Middle Andaman Islands. Marine Turtle Newsletter 130: 6-9.
Mathur, V.B, & H. Padalia. 2006. Gap analysis in protected area system in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India: Implications for conservation planning. International Journal of Biodiversity Science & Management 2: 13-27.
Mukherjee, S. 2011. Andaman and Nicobar Environment Team (ANET), Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 13: 3-5.
Swaminathan, A., N. Namboothri & K. Shanker. 2011. Post-tsunami status of leatherback turtles on Little Andaman Island. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 14: 5-9.
Varghese, S.P., S. Varghese & V.S. Somvanshi. 2010. Impact of tuna longline shery on the sea turtles of Indian seas. Current Science 98: 1378-1384.
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