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Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation
Monday 4 August, 16:00-18:00
Pentland
Convenor: Wrangham, R.
95 THE MURIQUI PROJECT OF CARATINGA: RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION OVER 26 YEARS
K.B. Strier*1, S.L. Mendes2
1University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States, 2Universidade Federal de Espirito Santo, Brazil
96 LONG TERM RESEARCH, AN EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION TOOL: THE CENTRE VALBIO, RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
Benjamin Andriamihaja*1, Anna Feistner1, Patricia Wright1
1MICET, Madagascar, 2Stony Brook University, United States, 3Centre ValBio, Madagascar
97 EVALUATING COSTS AND BENEFITS OF LONG-TERM RESEARCH FOR CONSERVATION OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS
N. Gerald Steklis*1, H.D. Steklis2
1The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, United States, 2University of Arizona, United States
98 ROLES OF LONGTERM RESEARCH FOR CONSERVATION OF BONOBOS AT WAMBA: HOW IT SUPPORTS COEXISTENCE OF LOCAL PEOPLE WITH BONOBOS.
Takeshi Furuichi*1, Suehisa Kuroda2, Gen'ichi Idani3, Hiroshi Ihobe4, Chie Hashimoti1, Yasuko Tashiro2, Tetsuya Sakamaki5, Daiji Kimura1, Hirokazu Yasuoka6, Ndunda Mwanza7, Mbangi Mulavwa7, Kumugo Yangozene7, Takayoshi Kano1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan, 3Hayashibara Biocehnical Laboratories, Japan, 4Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Japan, 5Meiji-Gakuin University, Japan, 6Housei University, Japan, 7Research Center for Ecology and Forestry, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
99 IMPORTANCE OF MONITORING EFFORTS IN PROTECTED AREAS AND PRODUCTION FORESTS: CASE STUDY OF MECHANIZED LOGGING ON SYMPATRIC APES IN THE CONGO BASIN
D.B. Morgan*1, C.M. Sanz3, J.R. Onononga1, E. Stokes2, E. Lonsdorf2, S. Strindberg2
1Lincoln Park Zoo, Lester E. Fisher Center for Great Ape Conservation, United States, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 3Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
100 COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE AND CONSERVATION
V. Reynolds*, T. Bettinger
Oxford University, United Kingdom