The effect of management on wild and captive animals

Understanding the responses of wild animals to habitat and population management is issential for evaluation the effect of management programmes.   Our porjrcts inthis area include:

  1. Nutritional ecology  of snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellana) and the effect of suplimentary feeding on nutrient selection (Brigitte).
  2. Do food items provided in the zoos meet the nutrian requirement of captive animals?-- spider monkeys as a model (Brigitte).
  3. Effect of captivity on behavioural diversity using vocalisations of snub-nosed monkeys and spider monkeys (Ateles Geoffroyi) as models (Jon)