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Journal No. 51

  • Gorilla Journal no. 51, English, December 2015

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African Tropical Forests Are under Stress

January 2016

Tropical deforestation is well known to have serious negative consequences for biodiversity, terrestrial carbon sinks and the balance of atmospheric...[details]

Gorilla Folk Filmmaking in the Cross River Headwaters

January 2016

In the Lebialem highlands of Southwest Cameroon, people say that if a hunter kills a gorilla, a person (often a village notable) dies. Connected by a...[details]

Going the "SMART" Way in Nigeria and Cameroon

January 2016

The Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool (SMART) is new and improved software for measuring, evaluating and improving the effectiveness of wildlife...[details]

Feeding Competition in Female Bwindi Mountain Gorillas

January 2016

All animals - including humans - must eat to survive. The energy derived from food is necessary to sustain basic metabolic and muscle functions,...[details]

The Sarambwe Reserve: Current Developments and Threats

January 2016

This article documents activities implemented in the Sarambwe Reserve and the almost continuous threats to the conservation of the reserve. It is...[details]

The Conservation of Itombwe Nature Reserve

January 2016

Itombwe Nature Reserve (INR) is a key site for biodiversity in Africa in general and the region of the Albertine Rift in particular (Doumenge &...[details]