Samantha López Clinton


Bioinformatics and genetics PhD student

Population assessment and strategies for the conservation of Nancy Ma's nights monkey populations at the Colombian-Peruvian Amazon border


Part of a book


A Maldonado, A Peralta Aguilar, I Soto Calderón, G Inga Díaz, A Moreno, M Watsa, G Erkenswick, N Sánchez, S López Clinton, LM Linares Rosales
Owl Monkeys: Evolution, Behavioural Ecology and Conservation, E. Fernández-Duque, chapter 20, Springer (In prep)

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APA
Maldonado, A., Peralta Aguilar, A., Soto Calderón, I., Inga Díaz, G., Moreno, A., Watsa, M., … Linares Rosales, L. M. Population assessment and strategies for the conservation of Nancy Ma's nights monkey populations at the Colombian-Peruvian Amazon border. In E. Fernández-Duque (Ed.). Springer (In prep).

Chicago/Turabian
Maldonado, A, A Peralta Aguilar, I Soto Calderón, G Inga Díaz, A Moreno, M Watsa, G Erkenswick, N Sánchez, S López Clinton, and LM Linares Rosales. “Population Assessment and Strategies for the Conservation of Nancy Ma's Nights Monkey Populations at the Colombian-Peruvian Amazon Border.” In , edited by E. Fernández-Duque. Owl Monkeys: Evolution, Behavioural Ecology and Conservation. Springer (In prep), n.d.

MLA
Maldonado, A., et al. Population Assessment and Strategies for the Conservation of Nancy Ma's Nights Monkey Populations at the Colombian-Peruvian Amazon Border. Edited by E. Fernández-Duque, Springer (In prep).


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