Response of wild howler monkey population to a hurricane

Date & time

1pm 3 May 2012

Location

Gould Seminar Room (Room 235) Gould building, 116 Daley Road, ANU

Description

Dr Alison Behie, Biological Anthropology, School of Archaeology & Anthropology, ANU

Since 2001, I have taken advantage of the opportunity to study the effects of a category 4 hurricane on a wild new world monkey population for which pre-hurricane data were available. Using demographic data collected from 2001 – 2011, this talk will explain the 10 year recovery pattern of these monkeys looking at changes in population density, group size and composition, rates of reproduction and infant survival.

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