Session: OS-B2
People-primate interactions: understanding ‘conflicts’ to facilitate coexistence

Early studies of people-primate interactions (often termed people-primate conflict) focussed largely on documenting crop types targeted by non-human primates and estimating the economic value of lost crops, to understand the impact on local people of sharing space with these, sometimes protected, species. These studies were initiated mainly in response to conservation concern about the long term survival of these primate populations against... [ view more ]

Prof. Kate Hill (Oxford Brookes University)
14:00 - 16:00 on Monday, 11th of January 2016
Kirinyaga 2