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期刊名称: Primate Conservation
Volume:29    Issue:1        Page:1-7
ISSN:0898-6207

The Conservation Impact of the American Society of Primatologists' Conservation Small Grant Program期刊论文

作者: Erin P. Riley Alison A. Zak
DOI:10.1896/052.029.0101

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页码: 1-7
出版者: Conservation International
期刊名称: Primate Conservation
ISSN: 0898-6207
卷期: Volume:29    Issue:1
摘要: Given the dire condition of existing biodiversity and the limited availability of funding to protect it, conservation practitioners and scholars are increasingly recognizing the need to monitor and evaluate conservation investments. In line with this trend, our objective was to assess the conservation impact of the American Society of Primatologists' (ASP) Conservation Small Grant Program. Since 1989, the ASP has provided funding in support of research- and education-based projects aimed at effecting primate conservation. To date, 185 projects on 74 primate species have been supported in 41 countries. To accomplish our objective, we developed and administered a voluntary survey to former grant recipients from the years of 1997–2012 to assess whether ASP funded projects resulted in further research, dissemination of results, capacity building and other conservation outcomes. We also assessed grant recipients’ perceptions regarding factors that impeded conservation outcomes and factors that would ...
相关主题: primate conservation, funding, conservation evaluation, success, ASP, capacity building,

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