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Primate Conservation:
The Role of Zoological Parks

 
Janette Wallis, Volume Editor
H. Dieter Steklis, Book Series Editor


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CONTENTS

 

Foreword ............... Russell A. Mittermeier
Preface ............... Janette Wallis
From Ancient Expeditions to Modern Exhibitions: The Evolution of Primate Conservation in the Zoo Community ............... Janette Wallis
The Role of North American Zoos in Primate Conservation ............... Robert J. Wiese and Michael Hutchins
The Conservation Role of Primate Exhibits in the Zoo ............... Kenneth C. Gold
Zoos and In Situ Primate Conservation ............... Fred W. Koontz
Zoo-based Conservation of Malagasy Prosimians ............... Sukie Zeeve and Ingrid Porton
Developing a Conservation Action Program for the Cotton-top Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) ............... Anne Savage, Humberto Giraldo, and Luis Soto
The Gateway Zoo Program: A Recent Initiative in Golden Lion Tamarin Reintroductions ............... Tara Stoinski, Benjamin Beck, Mary Bowman, and John Lehnhardt
Steady-state Propagation of Captive Lion-tailed Macaques in North American Zoos: A Conservation Strategy ............... Donald G. Lindburg, John Iaderosa, and Laurence Gledhill
Drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus): Research and Conservation Initiatives, 1986-1996 ............... Cathleen Cox
Multi-disciplinary Strategic Planning for Gibbon Conservation in Thailand and Indonesia ............... Ronald Tilson, Katherine Castle, Jatna Supriatna, Kunkun Jaka Gurmaya, Warren Brockelman, and Schwann Tunhikorn
Partners In Conservation: Establishing In Situ Partnerships to Aid Mountain Gorillas and People in Range Countries ............... Charlene Jendry
Bonobo Conservation: The Evolution of a Zoological Society Program ............... Gay E. Reinartz and Gilbert K. Boese



APPENDIX: Primate Conservation Resources on the World Wide Web

A. General Sources of Information on Primate Conservation
B. Individual AZA-Accredited Zoos on the Web
C. Web Sites Devoted to Individual Taxonomic Primate Groups or Regions



ISBN: 0-9658301-0-1/252 pp./ill./1997/$25.00
This book is a publication of the American Society of Primatologists.
All profits go to the ASP's Primate Conservation Fund.