This field and lab-based course exposes students to a range of methods for investigating the ecology, behavior, and biology of living primates. Techniques for assessing habitat quality and monitoring resource availability will be examined. Using a comparative approach, students will examine the anatomy of living primates in order to understand how physical adaptations influence behavior. Standard procedures for collecting and analyzing behavioral data on living primates will be explored. Inferences about behaviors of earliest humans made from our understanding of contemporary non-human primates. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Scientific Investigation of the Natural World requirement.
Prerequisite: Anthropology 203, or Consent of Instructor.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Spring 2016||Block 5||Primatology||Krista Fish||TBA||15/15||02/27/2015|