5 edition of Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies found in the catalog.
November 17, 2005
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||John E. Fa (Editor), Donald G. Lindburg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||615|
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Although macaques are probably one of the most studied monkeys both in the wild and in captivity, data from long-term studies and pioneering work of little-known species are only just emerging. In this book, world authorities on macaques interpret recent research and present up-to-date syntheses of many aspects of macaque ecology, evolution, behavior and : John E.
Available in: es are one of the most widely studied non-human primate groups. Within the last five million years, they have evolved into an Due to COVID, Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies book may be : $ In this book, world authorities on macaques interpret recent research and present up-to-date syntheses of many aspects of macaque ecology, evolution, behaviour and conservation.
This book will prove to be the definitive synthesis of the subject for all those interested in this fascinating group of monkeys for many years to Range: £ - £ Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies Author: unknown The genus Macaca is the most widely distributed of nonhuman primates and is found in twenty countries in Southeast Asia and North Africa.
Over the comparative short time span of five million years, macaques have evolved diverse forms, from long-tailed arboreal types to robust terrestrial animals, and inhabit a. Book Review: Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies. Edited by John E.
Fa and Donald G. Lindburg. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK,xvii + pp., $ (hardback) Irwin S. Bernstein 1Author: Irwin S.
Bernstein. Macaques are a highly diverse genus of Old World monkeys. The genus comprises 22 species, which are distributed over the largest range of all nonhuman primates. Macaques have adapted to various environmental conditions, and the inter- and intraspecific variations in morphology, physiology, reproductive biology, ecology, behavior, and genetics are extensive, indicating a long and complex evolutionary.
The book also addresses morphology, population genetics, recent habitat change, and conflicts with humans, and attests to the plasticity and complex adaptive system of macaque societies. The valuable information in this volume is recommended reading for researchers in primatology, anthropology, zoology, animal behavior, and conservation biology.
EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY OF MACAQUE SOCIETIES Edited by JOHN E. FA The International Training Centre for Breeding and Conservation of Endangered Species, Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, Les Augres Manor, Jersey, Channel Islands and DONALD G.
LINDBURG Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species, Zoological Society of San Diego. “The Evolution of Primate Societies is certain to become an essential reference in primatology for years to come. It is a state of the art collection of theoretically grounded reviews in primatology—arguably the best such compilation available—and is undoubtedly already required reading for undergraduate and graduate courses alike/5(4).
The Japanese Macaques Book Summary: Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) have been studied by primatologists sinceand considerable knowledge of the primate has been accumulated to elucidate the adaptation of the species over time and to distinct environments in Japan.
The Japanese macaque is especially suited to intragenera and interpopulation. Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies by John E.
Fa,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Macaques are the most comprehensively studied of all monkey groups, and the 20 known species feature a broad diversity in their social relationships making them a particularly good group for exploring the evolution of societies.
This book will be of primary interest to those studying animal behaviour and primatology, but will also be useful to Price Range: £ - £ In this book, world authorities on macaques interpret recent research and present up-to-date syntheses of many aspects of macaque ecology, evolution, behaviour and conservation.
This book will prove to be the definitive synthesis of the subject for all those interested in this fascinating group of monkeys for many years to come. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Pleistocene Glacial Phenomena and the Evolution of Asian Macaques.
Other editions - View all. The Macaques: studies in ecology, behavior, and evolution Donald G. Lindburg Snippet view - By exploring the nature and evolution of macaque social organization, this book develops our knowledge of the rise of societies and their transformation during the course of evolution.
Macaques are the most comprehensively studied of all monkey groups, Reviews: 1. By exploring the nature and evolution of macaque social organization, this book develops our knowledge of the rise of societies and their transformation during the course of evolution.
Macaques are the most comprehensively studied of all monkey groups, and the 20 known species feature a broad diversity in their social relationships, /5(2). The first comprehensive book on the social behavior, cooperation, culture, cognition, and group dynamics of the Tibetan macaque (Macaca thibetana)Recommended reading for undergraduate and graduate students and researchers in the areas of anthropology, biology (zoology, animal behavior, ecology, conservation biology, wildlife management), cognitive psychology, social.
The feeding ecology of primate species often reflects their foraging behavior, as primates are faced with decisions about what, when, and where to feed (Oates ). The feeding behaviors in turn affect their feeding success, which ultimately influences population parameters such as mortality and birth by: A comparison of wild and food enhanced long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis).
In Evolution and Ecology of Macaque Societies, Fa, J. E., and Lindber, D. g (eds). Cambridge University Press. – Macaques are a diverse group of primates, whose evolution has occurred over a similar timespan to that of humans. This book is a synthesis of findings about many aspects of macaque ecology, evolution and behaviour, and will provide an indispensable reference volume for all those interested in this fascinating group.
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However, fewer volumes deal with both human and non-human primates, and those that do so tend to emphasize the behavioral con.Book review Full text access Evolution and ecology of macaque societies: edited by John E. Fa and Donald G.
Lindburg Cambridge University Press, £/$ hbk (xvii + pages) ISBN 0 9.