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Overview

  • I developed an intense interest in marine biology during my undergraduate studies, which led me to the Marine Science graduate program at the University of Houston, located on the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) base in Galveston. NMFS was part of an international program trying to prevent the extinction of the critically endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, and was “headstarting” about 2,000 turtles per year in Galveston. I quickly became involved in that project and studied their behavior and conservation for my thesis. During that time I began appreciating the unique biology of sea turtles and became acutely aware of how important conservation was to the survival of endangered species.

    To further pursue this interest I joined a Ph.D. program at Texas A&M under the guidance of Dave Owens (an expert on sea turtle biology and reproduction). Due to Dave’s insight, my general interest in sea turtles and biology expanded greatly as I realized that sea turtles were a prime example of vertebrate physiology, ecology, and evolution. Additionally they had a long-term history/interaction with humans, with historical exploitation and, more recently, intense conservation. We studied loggerhead sea turtles in Florida and olive ridley sea turtles in Mexico; then we obtained an NSF grant that allowed us to travel to the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) to conduct a collaborative study with Colin Limpus (Australia’s leading sea turtle expert). For six months we lived on a small island and studied the reproductive endocrinology and ecology of sea turtles. We would go out daily on the GBR and capture, tag, obtain blood samples, and even laparoscopy turtles ranging from small juveniles to giant adults. During the study we captured approximately 900 turtles, used those data to evaluate the hormones controlling reproduction in adults, and validated hormone-based sexing techniques for juveniles.

    After that I completed a postdoctoral fellowship and an NIH National Research Service Award, shifting from studying adult reproduction of turtles to how sex is determined in turtles that have temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD). This also meant that I went from catching giant sea turtles on the GBR to studying the physiology of sex determination in the basement of the Zoology building at the University of Texas at Austin. TSD is a fascinating area of study and has significant implications for the biology, ecology, evolution, and conservation of reptiles, including endangered sea turtles. I was fortunate to be able to complete the postdoctoral fellowship under the guidance of David Crews and Jim Bull, two world-renowned scientists. During that project we developed the red-eared slider turtle as a model system for studying the physiology of TSD in turtles.

    Since coming to UAB I have continued an active research program focusing on basic scientific questions using marine turtles as the model system. Most recently we have been examining the biology of marine turtles in relationship to global climate change. The results of these studies are providing basic information on sea turtle ecology, evolution, and conservation, and they are revealing that sea turtles are an excellent vertebrate model system for studying the impact of global climate change.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

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    2018 Revisiting the first report of temperature-dependent sex determination in a vertebrate, the African redhead agama 2018
    2018 The potential of unmanned aerial systems for sea turtle research and conservation: A review and future directions 2018
    2016 Methyltestosterone alters sex determination in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) 2016
    2016 Estimating the historic size and current status of the Kemp's ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys kempii) population 2016
    2016 A Historical Perspective of the Biology and Conservation of the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle 2016
    2016 Development of a Kemp's ridley sea turtle stock assessment model 2016
    2016 Evaluation of the status of the Kemp's ridley sea turtle after the 2010 deepwater horizon oil spill 2016
    2014 Chronology, Magnitude and Duration of Expression of Putative Sex-Determining/Differentiation Genes in a Turtle with Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination 2014
    2014 Exogenous application of estradiol to eggs unexpectedly induces male development in two turtle species with temperature-dependent sex determination 2014
    2014 Chronology, magnitude and duration of expression of putative sex-determining/differentiation genes in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 2014
    2014 Dispersal Behavior of Diamond-Backed Terrapin Post-Hatchlings 2014
    2014 In situ nest and hatchling survival at Rancho Nuevo, the primary nesting beach of the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, Lepidochelys Kempii 2014
    2014 Size-based mortality of adult female diamond-backed terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin) in blue crab traps in a Gulf of Mexico population 2014
    2013 The Cloning and Expression Analysis of Lhx9 During Gonadal Sex Differentiation in the Red-Eared Slider Turtle, Trachemys scripta, a Species With Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination 2013
    2013 Long-term decline of the western pacific leatherback, dermochelys coriacea: A globally important sea turtle population 2013
    2012 Nest temperatures and hatchling sex ratios from loggerhead turtle nests incubated under natural field conditions in Georgia, United States 2012
    2012 Temperature-dependent sex determination in the Kemp's ridley sea turtle: Effects of incubation temperatures on sex ratios 2012
    2009 Effect of daily water treatment on hatchling sex ratios in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 2009
    2008 Estrogen inhibits caudal progression but stimulates proliferation of developing müllerian ducts in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 2008
    2006 Interclutch variation in sex ratios produced at pivotal temperature in the Red-Eared Slider, a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 2006
    2006 Dmrt1 expression in response to estrogen treatment in a reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination 2006
    2005 Sex ratio of immature Kemp's ridley turtles Lepidochelys kempi] from Gullivan Bay, Ten Thousand Islands, south-west Florida 2005
    2005 Predicted sex ratio of juvenile Kemp's Ridley sea turtles captured near Steinhatchee, Florida 2005
    2003 Expression of Dmrt1 in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 2003
    2003 Cloning and expression of aromatase in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 2003
    2003 Predicted sex ratio of juvenile Hawksbill Seaturtles inhabiting Buck Island Reef national monument, U.S. Virgin Islands 2003
    2002 Androgen and estrogen metabolism during sex differentiation in mono-sex populations of the Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus 2002
    1999 Developmental expression of steroidogenic factor 1 in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 1999
    1999 Female-biased sex ratios of hatchling hawksbill sea turtles from a Caribbean nesting beach 1999
    1999 Mullerian duct development and regression in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 1999
    1999 Steroid levels and steroid metabolism in relation to early gonadal development in the tilapia Oreochromis niloticus (Teleostei: Cyprinoidei) 1999
    1998 High pivotal temperature in the sex determination of the olive ridley sea turtle, Lepidochelys olivacea, from Playa Nancite, Costa Rica 1998
    1998 Blood sampling techniques for hatchling cheloniid sea turtles 1998
    1998 Temperature-dependent sex determination in the red-eared slider turtle, Trachemys scripta 1998
    1998 Cloning and in situ hybridization analysis of estrogen receptor in the developing gonad of the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature- dependent sex determination 1998
    1998 Predicted female bias in sex ratios of hatchling loggerhead sea turtles from a florida nesting beach 1998
    1995 Steroid-Induced Sex Determination at Incubation Temperatures Producing Mixed Sex Ratios in a Turtle with TSD 1995
    1994 Putative aromatase inhibitor induces male sex determination in a female unisexual lizard and in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 1994
    1994 Temperature‐dependent sex determination in reptiles: Proximate mechanisms, ultimate outcomes, and practical applications 1994
    1994 Temperature‐dependent sex determination: A mechanistic approach 1994
    1993 Estrogen- and temperature-induced medullary cord regression during gonadal differentiation in a turtle 1993
    1992 Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity associated with sexual differentiation in embryos of the turtle Trachemys scripta 1992
    1992 Serum gonadotropins and gonadal steroids associated with ovulation and egg production in sea turtles 1992
    1992 Sites of estrogen uptake in embryonic Trachemys scripta, a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination 1992
    1992 Specificity of steroid hormone-induced sex determination in a turtle 1992
    1992 Steroid hormone‐induced male sex determination in an amniotic vertebrate 1992
    1991 Chronology and morphology of temperature‐dependent sex determination 1991
    1991 Estrogen and sex reversal in turtles: A dose-dependent phenomenon 1991
    1991 Female-biased sex ratio of immature loggerhead sea turtles inhabiting the Atlantic coastal waters of Florida 1991
    1991 Sex determination in Cagle's map turtle: implications for evolution, development, and conservation 1991
    1991 Synergism between temperature and estradiol: A common pathway in turtle sex determination? 1991
    1990 Seasonal changes in serum gonadal steroids associated with migration, mating, and nesting in the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) 1990
    1990 Sex‐determining potencies vary among female incubation temperatures in a turtle 1990
    1989 Action of sex steroid hormones on temperature-induced sex determination in the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) 1989

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    2014 Embryonic development, hatching success, and temperature-dependent sex determination in North American tortoises.  46-52. 2014

    Research Overview

  • My research interests center on the biology, ecology, evolution, and conservation of marine turtles with an emphasis on temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD). The research that my students and I are conducting is multidisciplinary and includes field research with conservation programs for marine turtles, as well as laboratory studies on the physiology underlying TSD.

    In regards to marine turtle conservation, we work with sea turtles and with the diamondback terrapin, a turtle that inhabits bays and salt marshes. We are currently studying its biology and developing a recovery strategy for this depleted species in Alabama. This includes the evaluation of a “headstart program” for the terrapin. We are also collaborating with a variety of state, federal, and international agencies on conservation programs for sea turtles. In these studies we are generating long-term databases for nesting beach temperatures that affect TSD, and we are evaluating hatchling sex ratios resulting from TSD. This includes studies of the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle in Mexico, the hawksbill sea turtle in the Caribbean, and the leatherback sea turtle in the Pacific. Of particular significance, we have been involved in with the Binational Kemp’s ridley recovery program for almost two decades, and have been helping facilitate the survival and recovery of this critically endangered sea turtle.

    Our physiological studies focus on TSD, in which the sex of many reptiles is determined by the temperature at which the egg is incubated. TSD provides several advantages not available in other vertebrate sex determination systems, including the ability to manipulate sex by both temperature and steroid hormones. We are using the slider turtle as a model system for elucidating the physiology underlying sex determination and gonadal differentiation. The results have implications for both the biology and conservation of endangered turtles.

    Finally, our long-term studies of sea turtle reproduction, sex determination, and sex ratios are revealing that sea turtles represent an optimal vertebrate model system for examining the impact of long-term changes in environmental temperature. In particular, their reproductive timing, sex determination, and embryonic development are all temperature sensitive. Thus they are extremely sensitive to thermal changes in the environment, making them an ideal “sentinel” species for examining the impact of global climate change.

    Zoology, Physiology, Evolution, Conservation, Ecology, Conservation of Marine Turtles with an Emphasis on Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination
  • Principal Investigator On

  • Lightning Point Acquisition and Restoration Project - Phase I (AL), NFWF Project ID#54064  awarded by Nature Conservancy 2018 - 2021
  • Developing ePCR Technology for Evaluating the Ecology and Distribution of the Diamondback Terrapin in Alabama  awarded by DIAMONDBACK TERRAPIN WORKING GROUP 2019
  • Evaluating and Enhancing Hatching Success and Hatchling Fitness in the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle  awarded by National Geographic Society 2017 - 2019
  • Assessment of Head-starting as a Conservation Tool for the Recovery of the Diamondback Terrapin in Alabama  awarded by BIRMINGHAM AUDUBON SOCIETY 2016 - 2019
  • Evaluation of The Reproductive Biology of The Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle at Rancho Nuevo, Mexico: Implications for Conservation and Ecology  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2018 - 2019
  • Evaluation of the Reproductive Biology of the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle at Rancho Nuevo, Mexico: Implications for Conservation and Ecology  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2017 - 2018
  • Evaluation of the Reproductive Biology of the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle at Rancho Nuevo, Mexico: Implications for Conservation and Ecology  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2016 - 2017
  • Transition from Egg Corrals Back to the Nesting Beach: Evaluation of Sex Ratios, Survival, and Predation of Hatchlings Kemps Ridley Sea Turtles from Arribadas at Rancho Nuevo, Mexico  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2015 - 2016
  • Transition From Egg Corrals Back to the Nesting Beach: Evaluation of Sex Ratios, Survival, and Predation of Hatchling Kemps Ridley Sea Turtles from Arribadas at Rancho Nuevo, Mexico  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2014 - 2015
  • Evaluation of Sex Ratios of Hatchling Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles from the Padre Island National Seashore  awarded by U.S. Geological Survey/Department of the Interior 2013 - 2014
  • Transition from Egg Corrals Back to the Nesting Beach: Evaluation of Sex Ratios, Survival, and Predation of Hatchling Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles from Arribadas at Rancho Nuevo  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2013 - 2014
  • Evaluation of Sex Ratios of Hatching Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles from the Padre Island National Seashore  awarded by U.S. Geological Survey/Department of the Interior 2012 - 2014
  • Transition from Egg Corrals Back to the Nesting Beach: Evaluation of Sex Ratios, Survival, and Predation of Hatchling Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtles from In Situ Nests from Arribadas at Rancho Nuevo  awarded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Department of the Interior 2007 - 2012
  • Assessing the Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on the Diamondback Terrapin: A Top Carnivore and Keystone Species in the Salt Marshes of Alabama  awarded by Dauphin Island Sea Lab 2011 - 2012
  • Restoration of the Diamondback Terrapin in the Salt Marshes of Alabama  awarded by ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES 2010 - 2012
  • Evaluating the Effects of Global Warming, Beach Nourishment, and Beach Location on Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination in Loggerhead Sea Turtles in Florida  awarded by Caribbean Conservation Corporation 2009 - 2011
  • The Diamondback Terrapin in Alabama: Causes for Decline and Strategy for Recovery  awarded by ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES 2007 - 2010
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  • BY409 - Mammalian Physiology (Fall Term 2007) 2007
  • Full Name

  • Thane Wibbels