Spatial Analysis in Field Primatology

Spatial Analysis in Field Primatology

Applying GIS at Varying Scales

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Cambridge University Press

05/2020

459

Mole

Inglês

9781107694309

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Part I. GPS for Primatologists: Introduction Leila M. Porter; 1. Why place matters, and its use in primate behavioral and ecological research Francine L. Dolins; 2. Fundamentals of GPS AND GIS Nathan P. Nibbelink and Joanna Hatt; 3. 'Next-gen' tracking in primatology: opportunities and challenges Margaret C. Crofoot; 4. The ethical implications, and practical consequences, of attaching remote telemetry apparatus to macaques Amy Klegarth, Agustin Fuentes, Lisa Jones-Engel, Greg Marshall and Kyler Abernathy; 5. Processing geospatial data in R: a primer Allison Howard and Roger Mundry; 6. Estimating travel distance and linearity of primate routes: ideas on how to clean and smooth track data collected with a handheld GPS Karline R. L. Janmaat, Simone D. Ban and Roger Mundry; Part II. GIS Analysis in Fine-Scale Space: Introduction Christopher A. Shaffer; 7. Home range analysis: why the methods matter Sarah A. Boyle; 8. Quantifying resource dispersion in free-ranging bearded sakis in Guyana: what is a patch? Christopher A. Shaffer; 9. Interpreting small-scale patterns of ranging by primates: what does it mean, and why does it matter? Mitchell T. Irwin and Jean-Luc Raharison; 10. Determining the presence of habitual travel route networks in orangutans (pongo pygmaeus morio) in Kutai National Park, Borneo Adam O. Bebko; 11. Finding fruit in a tropical rainforest: a comparison of the foraging patterns of two distinct fruit-eating primates across years Leila M. Porter, Paul Garber, Christopher Boesch and Karline R. L. Janmaat; 12. Random walk analyses in primates Amy L. Schreier and Matt Grove; 13. The use of small-scale spatial analysis to evaluate primate behavior and welfare in captive settings Stephen R. Ross and Marisa A. Shender; 14. The promise of spatially explicit agent-based models for primatology research Anthony Di Fiore; Part III. GIS Analysis in Broad-Scale Space: Introduction Francine L. Dolins; 15. Modeling niches and mapping distributions: progress and promise of ecological niche models for primate research Kenneth L. Chiou and Mary E. Blair; 16. Does reduced habitat quality or increased hunter access explain defaunation of fragmented forests? Bonobos as a case study Jena R. Hickey and Michael J. Conroy; 17. Landscape ecology of deforestation processes and lemur biogeography in Madagascar Travis S. Steffens and Shawn M. Lehman; 18. Quantitative methods for primate biogeography and macroecology Jason M. Kamilar and Lydia Beaudrot; 19. GIS and GPS techniques in an ethnoprimatological investigation of St Kitts green monkey (chlorocebus sabaeus) crop-foraging behavior Kerry M. Dore, Daniel Sewell, Eduardo M. Mattenet and Trudy R. Turner; 20. Conclusion Francine L. Dolins.