Took some searching but I found it.http://www.seaturtle.org/mtn/archives/mtn127/mtn127p12.shtml?nocount
Some additional research is out there:>Higher nesting in olive ridleys and some loggerhead populations has been correlated to the moon phase, but for the most part factors that affect nesting are unrelated to the moon (*). >However, hatchling orientation can be affected by a new moon. Disorientation events increase during these times because artificial light sources become a stronger attraction in the absence of moonlight.
*Lohmann, K,. B. Witherington, C. Lohmann, and M. Salmon. 1997. Orientation, navigation and natal beach homing in sea turtles. In: The Biology of Sea Turtles (P. Lutz and J. Musick eds.). CRC Press. New York. pp. 107-135.