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Guy Michael Williams

  • BSc / BA
  • Visiting Fellow
  • Institute of Rare Wildlife
  • 18Followers
  • 20Following

Professional experience

Visiting Fellow

Institute of Rare Wildlife

January 2012 - Present


BSc - Zoology

Australian National University

February 1997 - February 2000(3 years)

BA (Honours) - Biological Anthropology

Australian National University

February 1997 - February 2000(3 years)

Research interests

rapidly developing landscapes) - Primate behavioural ecology (sub-adult male behaviour and dispersal) - Niche construction - Wildlife-Human Interactions - Ecosystem Services - GIS and remote sensing for wildlife conservatio- Primate conservation (remote


I am a primate, a traveller and a conservationist, who has spent the past 15 years working and living in both urban and forested jungles. I am committed to ongoing conservation of our non-human primates cousins, and working in the development of integrated conservation and community development projects. I am interested in primate human interactions and the use of both GIS, remote sensing and community land use mapping to understand the diverse interplay of issues facing primate surivival. I am currently undertaking research in China on two species of conservation significance; Francois langur (Trachypithecus francoisi) and the Golden snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus roxellana). My recent focus has been in the area of ecosystem services, sustainability and climate change in both the assessment and evaluation of natural capital and developing projects in emerging markets in this area. I also undertake research in topics relating to primate behavioural and cultural evolution, including niche construction and memetics.


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