Primates of Gashaka

Socioecology and Conservation in Nigeria’s Biodiversity Hotspot

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-7402-0 (Print) 978-1-4419-7403-7 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 1-37

    Exploring and Protecting West Africa’s Primates: The Gashaka Primate Project in Context

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    Pages 39-54

    To Save a Wilderness: The Creation and Development of Gashaka Gumti National Park, Nigeria

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    Pages 55-99

    Hunters, Fire, Cattle: Conservation Challenges in Eastern Nigeria, with Special Reference to Chimpanzees

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    Pages 101-134

    Monkeys and Apes as Animals and Humans: Ethno-Primatology in Nigeria’s Taraba Region

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    Pages 135-230

    The Bush as Pharmacy and Supermarket: Mechanisms and Functions of Plant Use by Human and Non-human Primates at Gashaka

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    Pages 283-317

    Fulani of the Highlands: Costs and Benefits of Living in National Park Enclaves

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    Pages 319-358

    Pan-African Voyagers: The Phylogeography of Baboons

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    Pages 359-384

    Crop-raiding and Commensalism in Olive Baboons: The Costs and Benefits of Living with Humans

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    Pages 385-411

    How Different Are Gashaka’s Baboons? Forest and Open Country Populations Compared

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    Pages 413-436

    Keeping in Contact: Flexibility in Calls of Olive Baboons

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    Pages 437-468

    Not Words but Meanings? Alarm Calling Behaviour in a Forest Guenon

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    Pages 469-501

    Patriarchal Chimpanzees, Matriarchal Bonobos: Potential Ecological Causes of a Pan Dichotomy

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    Pages 503-544

    Panthropology of the Fourth Chimpanzee: A Contribution to Cultural Primatology

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    Pages 545-575

    Will the Nigeria-Cameroon Chimpanzee Go Extinct? Models Derived from Intake Rates of Ape Sanctuaries

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 525-531