Alison M. Behie

Alison M Behie is a Lecturer in the School of Archaeology & Anthropology in Biological Anthropology at The Australian National University. Her chief research foci include primate behaviour and conservation, and the impact of nutrition on stress and disease in non-human primates. Moreover, she is also studying the effects of habitat disturbance, including environmental disasters on humans and non-human primates. Alison runs a primate behavior and conservation field school in Cambodia each year.

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The Threads of Evolutionary, Behavioural and Conservation Research

Edited by: Alison M. Behie, Marc F. Oxenham
ISBN (print): 9781925022360
ISBN (online): 9781925022377
Publication date: May 2015