John, our TL2 Scientific Director, worked with our team leaders, Matthieu Mirambo and Pablo Ayali, to prepare two posters for the First International Conference on Biodiversity in the Congo Basin, June 6-10, 2014 at the University of Kisangani (Centre de Surveillance de la Biodiversité).
Matthieu’s work represented his intensive year of bonobo study and work carried out previously by the TL2 teams that he and John analyzed. See below or as PDF bonobo poster v1
Pablo’s work was based on the three months of camera trap work under Steven McPhee, in which they concentrated on Lesula, Cercopithecus lomamiensis. To this was added the camera trap work our teams have been conducting in other TL2 research sites and natural forest openings. See below or as PDF cameratrap poster v1
These posters are also archived under the tab, “Publications”.
I will continue to post the “Ituri Story” after a couple updates from TL2 and its teams.