This web site of the Conservation Information Service (CIS) provides information about field projects important for primate conservation and the management of primate habitats. The goal of CIS is to link persons developing and managing conservation-related projects with donors who share their goals.
CIS is administered by a Steering Committee that oversees a scholarly Review Board. Members of the Review Board, or other reviewers they recommend, analyze the benefits of proposed conservation-oriented projects. When at least two appropriate reviewers endorse a project, it is posted on this web site, along with the reviewers’ comments. The reviewers identify unique features of the projects and vouch for the project’s importance.
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Page last modified: September 11, 2008
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