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Primates of Gashaka

Socioecology and Conservation in Nigeria’s Biodiversity Hotspot

Sommer, Volker, Ross, Caroline (Eds.)

2011, XVIII, 534 p.

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From the reviews:

“This is an important publication about a little-known and only recently explored and studied area for African primates. … It achieves the stated aim of the editors for the contributions to be of an interdisciplinary dimension from across the African continent. … sections of the book are well illustrated by figures, maps, and photographs. Each chapter is well supported by references and several chapters have useful appendices. … excellent source material and much more, for those interested in nature conservation and primates in West Africa.” (Ray Heaton, Primate Eye, June, 2012)

“The editors and authors provide a definitive summary of interdisciplinary research activities carried out at the park by the Gashaka Primate Project (GPP) over the first 10 years of the organization’s existence. … Primates of Gashaka is essential reading for anyone interested primates or biodiversity conservation in western Africa, and it is destined to become a classic reference for primatologists, biologists, anthropologists, decision-makers, and conservationists.” (Mary Katherine Gonder, The Quarterly Review of Biology Vol. 87 (4), December, 2012)

 

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