The effects of land use practices on human-baboon (Papio hamadryas anubis) interactions in Laikipia County, Kenya

Abstract

In this study we use Wildlife Value Orientation (WVO) to explore human–baboon interactions in various land use systems to better understand associated patterns of human-baboon coexistence). The premise of WVO models is that... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

Nancy Moinde (Department of Conservation Biology, Institute of Primate Research), Ryne Palombit (Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University)

Session

OS-B2 » People-primate interactions: understanding ‘conflicts’ to facilitate coexistence (14:00 - Monday, 11th January, Kirinyaga 2)

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