Thanks to more than 150 donors of the Saving Primates Where They Live campaign!
January 01, 2022
We reached our goal of $25,000 on Dec 31, 2021! Our funds will be matched by the NGO, Re:wild, and we plan to distribute funding to habitat-country primatologists within the next six months. Please go to the Conservation pages of the ASP website to learn more.
Special section on COVID-19 in current issue of the American Journal of Primatology
July 19, 2020
Dr. Karen Bales has an editorial leading off the special section, which also includes several commentaries. Wiley has agreed to make this entire section freely available. Check out American Journal of Primatology, 2020, 82(8).
The 2019 Impact Factor for American Journal of Primatology was just announced, and it has risen from 2.009 to 2.067! AJP remains the primatology journal with the highest Impact Factor. Congratulations to Dr. Karen Bales, Editor in Chief, and her Editorial Board!
A special issue of the American Journal of Primatology has just been published, with the title: Surviving in fragmented landscapes: Identifying variables that influence primate population viability and persistence in forest fragments. The issue was guest-edited by Lisa Gould, Matthew R. McLennan, and Giuseppe Donati. Wiley has agreed to make the articles freely available to all for […]