New paper: Population viability at extreme sex ratio skews produced by temperature dependent sex determination.

For species with temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD) there is the fear that rising temperatures may lead to single-sex populations and population extinction. In our new paper published in PRSLB, we show that for sea turtles, up to a point, warm incubation temperatures and female skews in hatchling production can still lead to viable populations.

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