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Figure 9

From: Multiple maternal risk-management adaptations in the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) mitigate clutch failure caused by catastrophic storms and predators

Figure 9

Clutch-hatching success by maternal, temporal, and spatial investment patterns, 1988–2004, N = 112 females. (a) Clutch-hatching success by clutch size. (b) Clutch-hatching success by the order in which clutches were deposited. (c) Clutch-hatching success by the month in which clutches were deposited. (d) Clutch-hatching success by remigration intervals. (e) Clutch-hatching success by clutch distance from the vegetative line. (f) Clutch-hatching success by clutch distance from the high-tide line. (g) Clutch-hatching success by the location of a female’s emergence relative to beach length. (h) Clutch-hatching success by the location of a female’s emergence relative to beach depth.

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