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Recent student research

Edwards, Z., in prep. Reintroduction success of orphan and ex-pet Sykes monkeys: A year after release. University of Bristol, MSc. 

Katsis, L., in prep.  Spatial patterns of primate electrocutions in Diani, Kenya.  University of Bristol, MSc.

Rabia, M., in prep.  Wild colobus weaning in an anthropogenic environment. Université de Rennes, MSc.

Donaldson, A., 2017. Survivorship of released vervet monkeys. Durham University, PhD.

Duke, J., 2017. A statistical analysis of primate-vehicle collisions through a beach resort town in South-East Kenya. Anglia Ruskin University, BSc.

Dunham, N., 2016. Food selection, fallback foods, and conservation of Kenya's Angola black and white colobus monkey.The Ohio State University, Phd.

Slade, A., 2016. Electrocution trends in six primate species in Diani, Kenya. Bristol University, MSc.

Palmer, S., 2016. Evaluation of the Colobus Conservation enrichment program for multiple species of pre-release of non-human primates in Kenya. Oxford Brookes University, MSc.

Jacobs, A., 2015. Factors affecting the prevalence of road and canopy bridge crossings by primates in Diani Beach, Kenya.Durrel Institute of Conservation and Ecology, The University of Kent, MSc.

Martin, K., 2015. A study of people's perceptions towards primates among different socioeconomic groups in Diani beach, Kenya. Oxford Brooks University, MSc Primate Conservation.

Heinicke, S., 2013. Diet and spatial ecology of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) in a human-dominated environment in Diani, Kenya. Master of International Nature Conservation, Georg-August University, Gottingen.

Dunham, N., 2012. Postiional behavior and habitat use of Peters' Angola black and white colobus monkey (Colobus angolensis palliatus) in structurally distinct areas of the Diani Forest, Kenya. The Ohio State University, MSc.

O'Dwyer, R., 2011. The black-and-white colobus monkeys of Diani forest, Kenya: Behavioural responses to habitat fragmentation. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.  MSc.

Swart, C., 2010. Measuring the state of health of sacred forests, Kenya, using the black-and-white colobus monkey as an indicator species. Imperial College London, MSc.

        

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