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    • Conservation and Development in Uganda 

      Sandbrook, Chris; Cavanagh, Connor Joseph; Tumusiime, David Mwesigye (Routledge, 2018)
    • Development and gorillas? 

      Blomley, Tom; Namara, Agrippinah; McNeilage, Alastair; Franks, Phil; Rainer, Helga; Donaldson, Andrew; Malpas, Rob; Olupot, William; Baker, Julia; Sandbrook, Chris; Bitariho, Robert; Infield, Mark (International Institute for Environment and Development, 2010)
      Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are two afromontane forests considered as extremely important biodiversity areas, with global significance, due to their population of highly endangered ...
    • Linking Conservation, Equity and Poverty Alleviation: Understanding profiles and motivations of resource users and local perceptions of governance at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda 

      Twinamatsiko, Medard; Baker, Julia; Harrison, Mariel; Shirkhorshidi, Mahboobeh; Bitariho, Robert; Wieland, Michelle; Asuma, Stephen; Gulland, E.J. Milner; Franks, Phil; Roe, Dilys (International Institute for Environment and Development, 2014-08)
      Biodiversity conservation that contributes towards poverty alleviation is a priority under the 2011–2020 Strategic Plan for the Convention for Biological Diversity (CBD). Protected areas are important for CBD signatories ...
    • Long-term changes in the ecological factors surrounding the chimpanzees of Gombe National Park 

      Pintea, Lilian; Wilson, Michael Lawrence; Pusey, Anne E; Wilson, Michael Lawrence; Gilby, Ian C.; Bitariho, Robert (2012)
      In 2000, MacArthur Foundation identified the Albertine Rift as an area of global importance for biodiversity conservation and it became a focal region for our Conservation and Sustainable Development program. We supported ...
    • Long-term ecological and socio-economic Changes in and around bwindi impenetrable National park, south-western Uganda 

      Kasangaki, A.; Bitariho, R.; Shaw, P.; Robbins, M; McNeilage, A (The ecological impact of long-term changes in Africa’s rift valley, 2012)
      Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is well known among conservationists because of its unique biodiversity that includes approximately half the world’s population of mountain of gorillas. ...
    • Nutritional Aspects of the Diet of Wild Gorillas 

      Rothman, Jessica M.; Pell, Alice N.; Nkurunungi, J. Bosco; Dierenfeld, Ellen S. (In Primates of western Uganda, 2006)
      The foraging behaviors and diet selection of animals in their natural habitats have been the focus of ecological field studies for decades. Diet affects the lifetime fitness of primates and reproductive performance, an ...