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A selection of PhD theses by former Institute students can be downloaded below:
Nielsen, J. (2012) The evolutionary genetics of meerkats (Suricata suricatta). (12.8 MB)
Allebone-Webb, S. (2009) Evaluating dependence on wildlife products in rural Equatorial Guinea. (3.0 MB)
Brown, R.M. (2008) Molecular ecology of petrels (Pterodroma spp.) from the Indian Ocean and NE Atlantic, and implications for their conservation management. (13.3 MB)
Teacher, A. (2008) Population and Immunocompetent Genetic Variation: A Field-Based Study. (2.7 MB)
Bielby, J. (2008) Extinction risk and population declines in amphibians. (1.6 MB)
Mar, K.U. (2007) The demography and life history strategies of timber elephants in Myanmar. (8.3 MB)
Rist, J. (2007) Bushmeat Catch per Unit Effort in Space and Time: a monitoring tool for bushmeat hunting. (3.4 MB)
Kumpel, N. (2006) Incentives for sustainable hunting of bushmeat in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea. (2.2 MB)
Collen, B. (2005) Mammalian diversity patterns: effects of bias and scale. (3.9 MB)
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