• Information sharing for gorilla conservation: a workshop in Ruhija.

      Imong, I.; Abwe, Ekwoge E.; Ikfuingei, R.; Onononga, J.R.; Makaga, L. (2012)
      Gorilla conservationists and researchers working on the ground at different sites often face the challenge of accessing valuable yet unpublished information about ongoing projects outside their immediate locality, and sharing experiences on their respective projects. Poor information sharing among field workers means that those planning or carrying out projects at one site may not be able to learn from the experiences of others who might have implemented similar projects at other sites.
    • The gorillas of the Ebo Forest, Cameroon

      Morgan, Bethan J.; (2010)
      Cameroon is an important country for both gorillas and chimpanzees. To the south of the Sanaga River, western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) exist, often sympatrically with central chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodytes). To the forested region northwest of the Sanaga River the Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes vellerosus) is present (Gonder et al. 1997), as well as a small remnant population of Cross River gorillas (Gorilla gorilla diehli) peppered along the Cameroon-Nigerian border area (Morgan & Sunderland-Groves 2004)....
    • The one curator - one species challenge

      Wiese, Robert J.; Gray, J.; Dick, G. (2010)
      The One Curator-One Species Challenge is a plan that each zoo and aquarium commits long-term that they will lead the efforts to secure the survival of a number of species equal to the number of animal curators on staff. With this strategy the world’s zoos and aquariums could ensure survival of well over 1,000 species.