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Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)
Tuesday 5th August, 13:30-15:30
Tinto

Convenors: Ganas, J. & Potts, K.


329 CONTINENTAL DIFFERENCES IN HABITATS AMONG PRIMATE COMMUNITIES
K.E. Reed*, L.R. Bidner
Arizona State University, United States
330 WHY HAVEN'T MORE LEMURS GONE EXTINCT? ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF LEMURS AND TREES TO HABITAT EDGES IN SE MADAGASCAR
Laura Bolt*, Shawn M. Lehman
University of Toronto, Canada
331 THE SPECIES-AREA RELATIONSHIP IN A THREATENED MONKEY COMMUNITY: CONTROLLING FOR CONFOUNDING VARIABLES
A.R. Marshall*1, F. Rovero2, H.I.O. Jørgensbye3, P.C.L. White1, J.C. Lovett1
1University of York, United Kingdom, 2Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali, Italy, 3University of Copenhagen, Denmark
332 A NEW APPROACH TO PRIMATE HOME RANGES: USING 3D AND 4D DATA TO CALCULATE HOME RANGE “VOLUME” AND USE
L.J. Digby
Duke University, United States
333 ASSESSMENT OF SITE-OCCUPANCY MODELING FOR STUDYING PRIMATE POPULATIONS: MONITORING TRENDS AND IDENTIFYING HABITAT USE PATTERNS
L.R. Baker*1, O.S. Olubode2, T.W. Arnold1, D.L. Garshelis3
1Conservation Biology Program, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, 1980 Folwell Ave., United States, 2Department of Crop Protection and Environmental Biology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 3Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 1201 E. Highway 2, United States
334 INFLUENCE OF HABITAT HETEROGENEITY ON FORAGING EFFICIENCY OF CHIMPANZEES IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
K. Potts*1, R. Wrangham2
1Yale University Department of Anthropology, United States, 2Harvard University Department of Anthropology, United States