Simon Stringer

School of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Main School: Natural Science and Psychology

Research Area: Seed Dispersal Effectiveness of Samango Monkeys in South Africa.

Keywords: Gut Retention; Seed Dispersal; Effectiveness; Feeding; Seed Shadow; Ecology

Director of Studies: Dr. Nicola Koyama

Degrees

2019, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD Primate Ecology
2016, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, MSc Primate Behaviour and Conservation
2015, Harper Adams University, United Kingdom, MRes Trees in the Farmed Enviroment
2014, Plymouth University, United Kingdom, BSc Conservation Biology

Postgraduate training

3i's Higher Education teaching, United Kingdom, Liverpol John Moores University, 2016 - 2016

Journal article

Strona G, Stringer S, Vieilledent G, Szantoi Z, Garcia-Ulloa J, Wich S. 2018. Small room for compromise between oil palm cultivation and primate conservation in Africa Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115 :8811-8816 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Stringer S, Hill RA, Swanepoel L, Koyama N. Adapting methodology used on captive subjects for estimating gut passage time in wild monkeys Folia Primatologica: international journal of primatology, DOI Author Url Public Url

Thesis/Dissertation

Stringer S. Seed dispersal effectiveness of samango monkey (Cercopithecus albogularis schwarzi) Koyama N, Hill R, Dalrymple S, Swanepoel L. Public Url

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