Dena J. Clink Ph.D. Student
My main research interests are primate ecology and primate conservation.
My Ph.D. research utilizes bioacoustic techniques to study the Bornean
gibbon (Hylobates muelleri). I am currently investigating the relative
importance of geographic distance and ecological similarity as drivers
of variation in the Bornean gibbon great call. I am also working to
develop a technique to census and monitor gibbons that utilizes variation
in their calls to identify specific individuals, a technique known as "vocal fingerprinting".
Davis , CA 95616
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