Author Correction: Quantifying Nearshore Sea Turtle Densities: Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems for Population Assessments.
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Publication InfoJohnston, David; Sykora-Bodie, Seth; Bezy, Vanessa; Newton, Everette; & Lohmann, Kenneth J (2018). Author Correction: Quantifying Nearshore Sea Turtle Densities: Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems for Population Assessments. Scientific reports, 8(1). pp. 6479. 10.1038/s41598-018-24799-w. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19303.
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Associate Professor of the Practice of Marine Conservation Ecology
Dr. David W. Johnston is an Associate Professor of the Practice of Marine Conservation & Ecology at Duke University and Director of the Duke Marine Robotics and Remote Sensing Lab. Johnston holds a PhD from Duke University and received post-doctoral training at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California. His professional experience ranges from leading research programs for NOAA to working as an ecologist within the NGO sector. Johnston’s research program focuses on the
Seth is a marine conservation ecologist, geographer, and political scientist primarily interested in the conservation of biodiversity and international environmental governance. He is currently working on a doctorate in Marine Science & Conservation with Dr. Andy Read, where his research focuses on the design and establishment of marine protected areas, particularly in the Antarctic. Currently, Seth is based at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia, where he is working with
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