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    • Dispersal and Integration in Female Chimpanzees 

      Walker, Kara Kristina (2015)
      In chimpanzees, most females disperse from the community in which they were born to reproduce in a new community, thereby eliminating the risk of inbreeding with close kin. However, across sites, some females breed in their ...
    • Low-intensity logging and hunting have long-term effects on seed dispersal but not fecundity in Afrotropical forests. 

      Nuñez, Chase L; Clark, James S; Clark, Connie J; Poulsen, John R (AoB PLANTS, 2019-02)
      Hunting and logging, ubiquitous human disturbances in tropical forests, have the potential to alter the ecological processes that govern population recruitment and community composition. Hunting-induced declines in populations ...
    • Mechanisms of Inbreeding Avoidance in a Wild Primate 

      Galezo, Allison Akin (2021)
      The deleterious effects of inbreeding have been well-documented in both captive and wild populations. Mechanisms of inbreeding avoidance such as mate choice and sex-biased dispersal have also been documented across a variety ...
    • Systematics, Phylogeography and Ecology of Elaphomycetaceae 

      Reynolds, Hannah T. (2011)
      This dissertation is an investigation of the systematics, phylogeography, and ecology of a globally distributed fungal family, the Elaphomycetaceae. In Chapter 1, we assess the literature on fungal phylogeography, reviewing ...