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Conservation ecology of West African's montane forest habitats - primary seed dispersers and their substitutes.

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The Nigerian Montane Forest Project (NMFP) is a conservation and biodiversity research program founded on a field station located on the Nigerian- Cameroon border. Run out of the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, the Project is aimed at understanding the ecology of Nigeria’s montane forest fragments for informed management of this fragile ecosystem. The research focus is predominantly plant-animal mutualisms and forest restoration. This talk will introduce the NMFP and present research aimed at understanding how seed dispersal processes are changing in response to forest fragmentation and hunting. If you want to meet with Hazel Chapman during her visit, please contact Sonia Pascoal.

This talk is part of the Behaviour, Ecology & Evolution Seminar Series series.

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