Amy Klegarth – National Geographic Society Newsroom
I am an urban primatologist working on my Ph.D. at the University of Notre Dame. I love studying monkeys in highly developed regions where there is a high interface with humans and applying my work to reducing conflict between those two groups. My work has a strong focus on applications to management and as such I work closely with local governments and wildlife managers at both of my field sites in Singapore and Gibraltar. My focus is on landscape genetics and ranging patterns - looking at how the urban landscape promotes or prevents movement of individuals between groups and how this landscape impacts their behavior and degrees of conflict with humans.
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