INVESTIGADORES
KOWALEWSKI Miguel Martin
capítulos de libros
Título:
Current Perspectives in Wild Primate Population Research in Argentina.
Autor/es:
OKLANDER, LUCIANA; BAIGORRIA, JULIAN; KOWALEWSKI, MARTIN
Libro:
Primatology in Argentina
Editorial:
Sociedad Argentina para Estudio de los Mamíferos SAREM
Referencias:
Lugar: Mendoza; Año: 2017; p. 273 - 283
Resumen:
Since the end of the 1970s, Argentina has had a leading role in primatology studies in Latin America, generating knowledge for various species in disciplines such as ecology,physiology and genetics (Mudry, 1980; Mudry and de Salum, 1981; Rumiz et al., 1986; Zunino et al., 1986; Brown and Zunino, 1990). Some of the forerunners of this discipline in Argentina are A.D. Brown, M. Mudry and G. Zunino, who have formed several research groups and established long-term study sites that have served to develop doctoral theses and ongoing research projects for students?local and foreign?and researchers.
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