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On the move: how and why animals travel in groups

Author: Boinski, Sue ; Garber, Paul A.Publisher: University of Chicago Press, 2000.Language: EnglishDescription: 811 p. : Graphs/Ill./Maps/Photos ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0226063402Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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On the Move How and Why Animals Travel in Groups Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Unraveling the Complexities of Group Travel Part One Ecological Costs and Benefits 1 The Physiology and Energetics of Movement: Effects on Individuals and Groups KAREN STEUDEL xi 1 7 9 2 Determinants of Group Size in Primates: The Importance of Travel Costs COLIN A. CHAPMAN AND LAUREN J. CHAPMAN 24 3 A Critical Evaluation of the Influence of Predators on Primates: Effects on Group Travel 43 SUE BOINSKI, ADRIAN TREVES, AND COLIN A. CHAPMAN 4 Mixed-Species Association and Group Movement MARINA CORDS 73 5 Territorial Defense and the Ecology of Group Movements in Small-Bodied Neotropical Primates CARLOS A. PERES 100 Part Two Cognitive Abilities, Possibilities, and Constraints 6 Group Movement and Individual Cognition: Lessons from Social Insects FRED C. DYER 125 127 7 Spatial Movement Strategies: Theory, Evidence, and Challenges CHARLES JANSON 165 8 Primate Brain Evolution: Cognitive Demands of Foraging or of Social Life? ROBERT A. BARTON 204 9 Animal Movement as a Group-Level Adaptation DAVID SLOAN WILSON 238 259 261 Part Three Travel Decisions 10 Evidence for the Use of Spatial, Temporal, and Social Information by Primate Foragers PAUL A. GARBER 11 Homing and Detour Behavior in Golden Lion Tamarin Social Groups CHARLES R. MENZEL AND BENJAMIN B. BECK 299 12 Comparative Movement Patterns of Two Semiterrestrial Cercopithecine Primates: The Tana River Crested Mangabey and the Sulawesi Crested Black Macaque 327 MARGARET F. KINNAIRD AND TIMOTHY G. O'BRIEN 13 Mountain Gorilla Habitat Use Strategies and Group Movements DAVID P. WATTS 351 14 Quo Vadis? Tactics of Food Search and Group Movement in Primates and Other Animals KATHARINE MILTON 375 Part Four Social Processes 15 Social Manipulation Within and Between Troops Mediates Primate Group Movement SUE BOINSKI 419 421 16 Grouping and Movement Patterns in Malagasy Primates PETER M. KAPPELER 470 17 How Monkeys Find Their Way: Leadership, Coordination, and Cognitive Maps of African Baboons RICHARD W. BYRNE 491 Part Five Group Movement from a Wider Taxonomic Perspective 18 Birds of Many Feathers: The Formation and Structure of Mixed-Species Flocks of Forest Birds RUSSELL GREENBERG 519 521 19 Keeping in Touch at Sea: Group Movement in Dolphins and Whales RACHEL SMOLKER 559 587 20 Group Travel in Social Carnivores KAY E. HOLEKAMP, ERIN E. BOYDSTON, AND LAURA SMALE 21 Ecological Correlates of Home Range Variation in Primates: Implications for Hominid Evolution WILLIAM R. LEONARD AND MARCIA L. ROBERTSON 628 22 Patterns and Processes of Group Movement in Human Nomadic Populations: A Case Study of the Turkana of Northwestern Kenya J. TERRENCE MCCABE 649 Concluding Remarks New Directions for Group Movement SUE BOINSKI AND PAUL A. GARBER 678 Appendix: Classification of Living Primates Contributors References Subject Index Species Index 685 687 691 789 805

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