I am a biological anthropologist with an interest in human-primate interactions. I have worked most closely with white-faced capuchins and mantled howler monkeys in Costa Rica, but I am broadly interested in primates in agroecosystems, ecotourism, and mixed-used landscapes.
I am a biological anthropologist with a specialization in nonhuman primate responses to anthropogenic disturbance. I am particularly interested in how wild primates deal with human disturbance, including habitat alteration, ecotourism, provisioning, and crop-raiding. My field work focuses on mantled howlers (Alouatta palliata) and white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus imitator) in Costa Rica.
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