Issue 6.2 of Current Conservation is all about sea turtles, and features our own Mariana Fuentes, writing about her research assessing the vulnerability of green turtle populations on the Great Barrier Reef to climate change impacts.
If, like me, you haven’t come across Current Conservation before, it’s well worth a look:
Current Conservation communicates conservation-related issues and science in an accessible manner to a wide audience. Our magazine carries the latest in research concepts and news from both the natural and social science facets of conservation, encompassing ecology, wildlife biology, conservation biology, environmental history, anthropology and sociology, ecological economics, and related fields of research.
It’s a beautiful magazine, with wonderful illustrations (as you can see from the tear sheet of Mariana’s article on the right) and photography. I’ve downloaded a few pdf issues to my iPad for my next flight.