Eva C. Wikberg

Research Associate
Department of Anthropology and Archaeology
University of Calgary

Primates in the ACG, Costa Rica

Research Project Capuchins

My postdoctoral research focused on how dispersal patterns and cooperation influence reproductive success in white-faced capuchins in Sector Santa Rosa in the Área de Conservación Guanacaste (ACG). I am now studying the genetic structure of three sympatric primates (white-faced capuchins, mantled howlers, and black-handed spider monkeys) in the larger conservation area ACG. Read more here.

Colobus at Boabeng-Fiema, Ghana

Research Project Colobus

During my doctoral research, I investigated how ecological and social factors affect dispersal patterns and social relationships in white-thighed colobus monkeys. I am currently investigating how immigration status and social network position affect their gut microbiome, which can have important health implications. Read more here.

Tolerance and post-conflict affiliation in marmosets

During my master's research, I examined tolerance behaviour and post-conflict affiliation in common marmosets at Tovetorps Research Station, Sweden, under the supervision of Dr. Tomas Ljungberg.

Survey of the galago population at Boabeng-Fiema

I conducted a population survey of the Demidoff's dwarf galagos at Boabeng-Fiema (Campos et al. 2012) in collaboration with Fernando Campos and Teresa Holmes. This study was part of an ecotourism development project funded by the International Primatological Society.

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