2009 : Acoustic analysis of loud calls, Cognitive Ethology Unit, German Primate Center. Analyzed >200 simakobu (Simias concolor) loud calls recorded during 2006-2008 fieldwork, Collaboration with Drs. Julia Fischer and Kurt Hammerschmidt.
2006-2008 : Dissertation data collection, Pungut Station, Siberut Island, Indonesia. Collected behavioral, demographic, ranging, and acoustic data from 10 simakobu groups, Collected botanical data from 15 permanent plots and monthly phenological data from 400 trees and lianas, Created herbarium of 150 specimens, Collected >150 fecal samples for genetic analysis, Trained 8 guides and students.
2006 : Pilot study of acoustic analysis of loud calls, Cognitive Ethology, Unit, German Primate Center. Analyzed simakobu loud calls recorded during 2005 fieldwork, Collaboration with Drs. Julia Fischer and Kurt Hammerschmidt.
2005 : Pilot study for dissertation, Pungut Station, Siberut Island, Indonesia. Collected behavioral, ranging, and acoustic data from wild simakobu males.
2004 : Pilot study of lemur seed dispersal, Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. Collected behavioral and ranging data from several groups of red-fronted brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus rufus), Collected and analyzed fecal samples, Conducted seed germination trials.
2001 : Internship, USGS-BRD-PIERC, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Conducted surveys and identified invasive animals and plants, Behavioral trials for vespid wasp management, Monitored experimental botanical plots.
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