Conservation and Society

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Year
: 2010  |  Volume : 8  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 97-

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Conservation & Society Volume 8 Number 1 2010

Forbidden Sea Turtles: Traditional Laws Pertaining to Sea Turtle Consumption in Polynesia (Including the Polynesian Outliers)

Regina Woodrom Rudrud

Page 94, Column 1, Paragraph 4 :

When comparing the geographic and environmental factors of each country, it is clear that environmental variability in the resource base, the number and types of natural threats that may additionally deplete those resources, not 'high or large' islands, correlate with sea turtle consumption restricted to the elites [Table 1].

When comparing the geographic and environmental factors of each country, it is clear that none of the standard theories-environmental variability in the resource base, the number and types of natural threats that may additionally deplete those resources, 'high or low' islands-correlate with sea turtle consumption restricted to the elites [Table 1].

The error is regretted.