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The sex of green sea turtles is determined by the temperature at which the eggs are incubated. Recent studies have shown that the sex ratios of sea turtle populations have changed over recent years, likely due to climate change, which has produced a more female-biased population. This paper finds the nonzero equilibrium point of the novel system developed by Herrera et a. (2019) and attempts to determine the stability of the population at that point.
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Ukishima, Lindsey A., "Analysis of an ODE Model for Sea Turtle Populations with Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination" (2020). Student Publications. 943.