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Richard Reina
Richard Reina

His research revolves around studying animal responses to challenges from their environments and human activity to understand how they deal with these different stressors. Most of the work is on marine animals, including sharks, rays, penguins, and turtles, but he has also studied frogs, crocodiles, lizards, and small marsupials. The purpose of his research is to apply improved knowledge to the conservation and management of affected species and ecosystems. His research group is Monash University-based, Melbourne, Australia, but they work in many different places.

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The Eastern Pacific Leatherback Turtle Conservation Network started in 2012 when over thirty researchers, NGOs, and regional experts came together to develop an action plan to stabilize and restore the leatherback turtle population in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.