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期刊名称: Primate Conservation
Volume:26    Issue:1        Page:57-65
ISSN:0898-6207

Human-Chimpanzee Sympatry and Interactions in Cantanhez National Park, Guinea-Bissau: Current Research and Future Directions期刊论文

作者: Kimberley J. Hockings Claudia Sousa
DOI:10.1896/052.026.0104

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页码: 57-65
出版者: Conservation International
期刊名称: Primate Conservation
ISSN: 0898-6207
卷期: Volume:26    Issue:1
摘要: Increasing human populations and the rapid conversion of forest to agricultural land increase the likelihood of interactions and conflict between humans and nonhuman primates. Understanding such interactions requires a broad cross-disciplinary approach that assesses the implications of sympatry for primate conservation and human social, cultural and economic needs. Although chimpanzees were declared extinct in Guinea-Bissau in 1988, recent reports estimate that between 600 and 1,000 individuals are currently present, with the largest population occupying the Cantanhez National Park (105,700 ha; northeast limit: 11°22′58″N,14°46′12″W; southwest limit: 11°2′18″N,15°15′58″W). These heavily fragmented coastal forests have been identified as one of seven priority areas in West Africa for urgent chimpanzee conservation efforts (Kormos et al. 2003. West African Chimpanzees. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. IUCN, Gland. 2003). Here we set the context for human-chimpanzee sympatry in Guinea-Bi...
相关主题: Guinea-Bissau, Human-chimpanzee interactions, resource competition, conflict,

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