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Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Why a New Methods Book on Primate Ecology and Conservation?, Eleanor J. Sterling, Nora Bynum, and Mary E. Blair 2. Primate Census and Survey Techniques, Andrew J. Plumptre, Eleanor J. Sterling, and Stephen T. Buckland 3. Darting, Anesthesia, and Handling, Kenneth E. Glander 4. Health Assessment and Epidemiology, Michael P. Muehlenbein and Cari M. Lewis 5. Behavior within Groups, Beth A. Kaplin and Apollinaire William 6. Habitat Assessment and Species Niche Modeling, E. Johanna Rode, Carrie J. Stengel, and K. Anne-Isola Nekaris 7. Characterization of Primate Environments through Assessment of Plant Phenology, Andrew J. Marshall and Serge Wich 8. Methods in Ethnoprimatology: Exploring the Human-Nonhuman Primate Interface, Erin P. Riley and Amanda L. Ellwanger 9. Social and Spatial Relationships between Primate Groups, Michelle Brown and Margaret Crofoot 10. Experiments in Primatology: From the Lab to the Field and Back Again, Charles H. Janson and Sarah F. Brosnan 11. Diet and Nutrition, Jessica M. Rothman, Erin R. Vogel, and Scott A. Blumenthal 12. Physiology and Energetics, Jutta Schmid 13. Primate Behavioral Endocrinology, Nga Nguyen 14. Population Genetics, Molecular Phylogenetics, and Phylogeography, Mary E. Blair and Alba L. Morales-Jimenez 15. Demography, Life Histories, and Population Dynamics, Olga L. Montenegro 16. Determining Conservation Status and Contributing to Conservation Action, Mary E. Blair, Nora Bynum, and Eleanor J. Sterling 17. Captive Breeding and Ex Situ Conservation, Dean Gibson and Colleen McCann 18. Primates in Trade, Joshua Linder, Sarah Sawyer, and Justin Brashares 19. Conclusion: The Future of Studying Primates in a Changing World, Eleanor J. Sterling, Nora Bynum, and Mary E. Blair