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Behavioral Ecology of Neotropical Monkeys (July 1983 to present, ongoing.)
Field Study in the Americas
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Location of Site: COSTA RICA, Santa Rosa National Park

Director: Dr. Linda M. Fedigan
Phone: 403-220-6629/4863   Fax: 403-284-5467   E-Mail:
Social Sciences #830, Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 CANADA
Department: Department of Anthropology
Institution: University of Calgary

Sponsoring Institution(s): University of Calgary

Research Objectives: Longitudinal and comparative studies of behavioral ecology, life history and population dynamics. Conservation of monkey populations in a regenerating tropical dry forest.

Field Positions and Volunteers: Changes from year to year. Contact Project Director for information.

Species Studied: Alouatta palliata (mantled howler), Ateles geoffroyi (Geoffroy's spider monkey), Cebus capucinus (white-faced capuchin)

Last Updated: 2007-03-09

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