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Event Joint meeting of the BGP (Belgian Group for Primatology) and the FNRS " Primatologie " Contact Groupe

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Period 11/12/2012
Event location Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences 29, rue Vautier - 1000 Bruxelles
Contact person Rosine Orban
Rosine.Orban@sciencesnaturelles.be
Geographical coverage global,
Keywords mammals, primatology, tropical forests, conservation, primate conservation,

2 communications will be given:

  • Colin CHAPMAN

(Professor of Primate Ecology and Conservation, Dept. of Anthropology and McGill School of Environment, McGill University, Montreal Canada)
"WHAT DOES LONG-TERM RESEARCH TELL US ABOUT PRIMATE CONSERVATION AND NON-EQUILIBRIUM DYNAMICS?"

  • Pierre-Michel FORGET

(Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Département Ecologie et Gestion de la Biodiversité, Paris)
"RAPID ASSESSMENT OF SEED REMOVAL AND FRUGIVORES’ ACTIVITY AS A TOOL FOR MONITORING THE HEALTH STATUS OF TROPICAL FORESTS".

Any student or researcher involded in the area who wish to present his/her work can submit his/her abstract for an oral communication (15 min max.) at the following addresses: rvercauterend@skynet.be & marie-claude.huynen@ulg.ac.be.

The definitive programme of the day will be available soon.

Rosine ORBAN (IRScNB), Présidente
Marie Claude HUYNEN (ULg), Secrétaire
Groupe de contact FNRS ‘Primatologie’
marie-claude.huynen@ulg.ac.be

Régine VERCAUTEREN DRUBBEL (ULB)
Présidente, Belgian Group for Primatology rvercauterend@skynet.be & rvercaut@ulb.ac.be

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