Peer-reviewed Articles:

  • Montagna, A., Taher, A.R., Mancini, A. (2017). Combining citizen science and photo identification to monitor a key green turtle feeding ground in the southern Egyptian Red Sea. African Sea Turtle Newsletter, 7: 8-16. Download here
  • Mancini A, Elsadek I and Alawany M. (2015) Marine turtles of the Red Sea. In: Rasul N, Stewart I (Eds) The Red Sea – The Formation, Morphology, Oceanography and Environment of a Young Ocean Basin. Berlin: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Springer Earth System Sciences, pp. 551-565.
  • Senko, J., Mancini, A., Seminoff, J. A., & Koch, V. (2014). Bycatch and directed harvest drive high green turtle mortality at Baja California Sur, Mexico.Biological Conservation169, 24-30. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Koch, V., Peckham, H., Mancini, A., & Eguchi, T. (2013). Estimating at-sea mortality of marine turtles from stranding frequencies and drifter experiments.PloS one8(2), e56776. Download here.
  • Mancini, A., Koch, V., Seminoff, J. A., & Madon, B. (2012). Small-scale gill-net fisheries cause massive green turtle Chelonia mydas mortality in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Oryx46(01), 69-77. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Mancini, A., Senko, J., Borquez-Reyes, R., Póo, J. G., Seminoff, J. A., & Koch, V. (2011). To poach or not to poach an endangered species: Elucidating the economic and social drivers behind illegal sea turtle hunting in Baja California Sur, Mexico. Human Ecology39(6), 743-756. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Conferences

  • Mancini A, Montagna M, Taher A, Fouad A, Hanafy M, Elsadek I. Can Citizen science help us fill the gap? An example from the Egyptian Red Sea. 38th International Sea Turtle Symposium, February 18-23, Kobe, Japan.
  • Abdo Abou Issa A, Suleiman MH, Baha MA, Ismail, ME, Mancini, A. (2016). How endangered are endangered species? Perceptions of Egyptian fishermen on conservation of megafauna species in the Mediterranean Sea. 36th International Sea Turtle Symposium, February 29-March 4, Lima, Peru.
  • Mancini A, Elsadek I, Hanafy M, Madon B (2013). Photo-ID and snorkeling transects: comparing two methods to estimate green turtle abundance in a major feeding ground in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea. 33rd International Sea turtle Symposium, February 2-9, Baltimore, USA.
  • Elsadek I, Mancini A, Hanafy M, Girondot M (2013). Green turtle nesting activities at a major rookery in the Southern Egyptian Red Sea. 33rd International Sea turtle Symposium, February 2-9, Baltimore, USA.
  • Mancini A, Elsadek I, Hanafy M, Madon B (2012). Turtlewatch and transect sampling: two approaches to estimate green and hawksbill turtles distribution and abundance in the Egyptian Red Sea – Preliminary results. 32nd International Sea turtle Symposium, March 11-16, Bahias de Huatulco, Mexico.
  • Hanafy M, Mancini A, Elsadek I (2012). Overview of sea turtle nesting in the Egyptian Red Sea from data collected in 2001 to 2008. 32nd International Sea turtle Symposium, March 11-16, Bahias de Huatulco, Mexico.

 

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