Restoration Provides Hope for Faunal Recovery : Changes in Primate Abundance Over 45 Years in Kibale National Park, Uganda

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Chapman, Colin A.
Omeja, Patrick A.
Fan, Penglai
Lawes, Michael J.
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Tropical Conservation Science. Sage. 2018, 11, pp. 1-5. eISSN 1940-0829. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1940082918787376
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In much of the tropics, the proportion of the land covered by regenerating forest surpasses than in primary forest, thus protecting regenerating forest could offer a valuable conservation opportunity, but only if those lands promote faunal recovery. Chapman et al. documented the recovery of populations of six primate species over up to 45 years in Kibale National Park, Uganda and discovered that in preexisting forest, populations of all species grew, except blue monkeys. Populations (except blue monkeys) also increased by colonizing regenerating forests at previously cleared sites. In many cases, populations in these regenerating areas were of comparable size to those in old-growth forest, and there was little evidence that this population increase corresponded with a decline in neighboring old-growth forests. This research demonstrates the potential for management of regenerating forest to be an effective conservation tool and illustrates the importance of conducting and funding long-term monitoring.

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population change, global change, primate conservation, regeneration, logging, population recovery, long-term monitoring
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ISO 690CHAPMAN, Colin A., Patrick A. OMEJA, Urs KALBITZER, Penglai FAN, Michael J. LAWES, 2018. Restoration Provides Hope for Faunal Recovery : Changes in Primate Abundance Over 45 Years in Kibale National Park, Uganda. In: Tropical Conservation Science. Sage. 2018, 11, pp. 1-5. eISSN 1940-0829. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1940082918787376
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@article{Chapman2018Resto-54839,
  year={2018},
  doi={10.1177/1940082918787376},
  title={Restoration Provides Hope for Faunal Recovery : Changes in Primate Abundance Over 45 Years in Kibale National Park, Uganda},
  volume={11},
  journal={Tropical Conservation Science},
  pages={1--5},
  author={Chapman, Colin A. and Omeja, Patrick A. and Kalbitzer, Urs and Fan, Penglai and Lawes, Michael J.}
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