Cultural acceptability and economic feasibility of bushmeat alternatives in continental Equatorial Guinea

Lead Research Organisation: University College London
Department Name: Grant Museum of Zool. & Comp. Anatomy

Abstract

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Publications

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Allebone-Webb SM (2011) Use of market data to assess bushmeat hunting sustainability in Equatorial Guinea. in Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology

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Gill DJ (2012) Drivers of change in hunter offtake and hunting strategies in Sendje, Equatorial Guinea. in Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology

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Kümpel N (2008) Impact of Gun-hunting on Diurnal Primates in Continental Equatorial Guinea in International Journal of Primatology

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Kümpel N (2008) Impact of Gun-Hunting on Diurnal Primates in Continental Equatorial Guinea in International Journal of Primatology

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Kümpel NF (2010) Assessing sustainability at multiple scales in a rotational bushmeat hunting system. in Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology