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Joshua M. Linder, Associate Research Professor

Joshua M. Linder

Please note: Joshua has left the "Evolutionary Anthropology" group at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.

Contact Info:
Office Location:  256 Sands Bldg, Box 3170 DUMC, Durham, NC 27710
Email Address: send me a message


Ph.D.City University of New York2008
M.A.CUNY Hunter College2001
B.A.Washington University in St. Louis1996
Research Interests:

I am primarily interested in studying the impact of human hunting on primate populations in the tropics and understanding how primate species differ in their vulnerability to hunting. I am also interested in techniques to survey wildlife in tropical forests. My ultimate goal is to use my research to develop effective strategies to protect wildlife and wild habitats.

Areas of Interest:

Primate ecology and conservation
Hunting in the tropics
The African bushmeat trade
Wildlife survey techniques
Protected area management


Conservation • Hunting • Bushmeat

Curriculum Vitae

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