Pre-Symposium Training on Field Methods in Primate Conservation Biology
5, 6, & 7th February, 2020
10000.00 for Indian sub Continents (including main symposium)
500.00 $ for foreign participants – includes registration fees and kits, Fooding & lodging for pre and main symposium
Post graduate student in Life Science, Botany, Zoology, Forestry science, Wildlife Biology / Anthropology & Humanities, Early career PhD Scholar / NGO representative / Forest Personnel
Letter of interest, NOC from parent organization, write up on how it will benefit primate conservation in their respective work area along with the course fee.
Application open 1st July 2019 to 30th September 2019
Selection: 1st October 2019.
Training contents/components andschedule :
Primate Taxonomy& Global diversity, /Primates of India
Overview of Field Study Methods:
Behavioral Sampling / Population Survey (including GIS/GPS) / Biological Sampling Methods: Field Research Equipments (blow pipe, range finders, GPS, radio telemetry, camera traps, drone etc).
Human-primate interface: Conflict and Coexistence:
Contexts of interaction and conflict
Primate Pathogens and Zoonotic Transmission
Creating a Successful Curriculum Vitae (“CV”)
Funding sources and Proposal writing
The Scientific Manuscript Preparation to Publication
Post-evaluation Feed back