|Appears in Collections:||Psychology Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Authors:||Mittermeier, Russell A|
Rylands, Anthony B
Williamson, Elizabeth A
|Title:||Report on IUCN, SSC and PSG actions: a summary of activities 2004-2006|
Leighty, Katherine A
Schapiro, Steven J
|Citation:||Mittermeier RA, Rylands AB & Williamson EA (2008) Report on IUCN, SSC and PSG actions: a summary of activities 2004-2006 In: Visalberghi Elisabetta, Leighty Katherine A, Schapiro Steven J (ed.) Proceedings of the XXI Congress of the International Primatological Society, Entebbe, Uganda, June 25–30, 2006, Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands. XXI Congress of the International Primatological Society, International Journal of Primatology, pp. 280-284.|
|Conference Name:||XXI Congress of the International Primatological Society|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: There has been some restructuring of the PSG over the last 2 years. Regional representation has been expanded to reflect the considerable activity in primate research and conservation so that we can keep in closer touch with regional issues.|
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