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1 Great Apes and Elephants in Equatorial Guinea  Document
Until recently, very little was known about the status of wildlife in Equatorial Guinea (EG), although it was clear that changes brought about by the oil boom, such as increased commercial bushmeat hunting and rapid infrastructure development, would...
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2 Are African Protected Areas Really Protected? Tracking protected area downgrading, downsizing and degazettement (PADDD) via PADDDtracker.org  Document
Conservation policy assumes that national parks and protected areas (PAs) are permanent fixtures on the landscape, but recent research demonstrates widespread PA downgrading, downsizing, and degazettement (PADDD).  Conservative estimates reveal over...
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3 From the Ground to the Cloud and Back: Innovative Mobile, Cloud and Web-Mapping Technologies for Chimpanzee Conservation  Document
Dr. Pintea highlighted emerging technologies that promise to revolutionize the ways we collaborate to map and monitor habitats and threats, from the village to Africa scale. This included community based forest and wildlife monitoring using the Open...
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