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Canopy is an in-house publication with contributions from staff, students and visiting speakers about their research. The aim of Canopy is to provide the wider primatology and conservation community with a representation of current and past works undertaken by MSc students and acts as a medium for communication between past and present students, those working in primatology, and those with a general interest in the topics covered in these issues.
This Canopy issue is a special issue highlighting methods utilising the web as a research tool for primate conservation, and the specific topics covered in this issue are:
This Canopy issue is a special issue on Ethnoprimatology, and the specific topics covered in this issue are:
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This Canopy issue is a special issue on the behaviour and care of primates within captive facilities, in zoos, sanctuaries, and rehabilitation centres, and the specific topics covered in this issue are:
This Canopy issue is a special issue on the studies in the Neotropics, and the specific topics covered in this issue are:
This Canopy issue is a special issue on the topic of perceptions of primates and primatological methodologies, and the specific topics covered in this issue are:
This is a special issue on the topic of habitat fragmentation and it’s relevance to the conservation of primate species:
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The topics covered in this Asian primate special issue are:
The topics covered in this issue are:
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This issue is focusing on primates in captivity.
Due to the upcoming International Primatological Society Conference in Mexico this year this issue is a special bilingual edition, published in Spanish and English and all the articles cover Neotropical topics.
The main Full Text download contains both languages and is a large 5.5MB download. You can also download the English and Spanish versions separately.