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Dr Marc Fourrier


Dr Marc Fourrier is Director of Great Ape Conservation, at the Jane Goodall Institute U.S.

Marc is a primatologist and conservation biologist with 25 years of experience in primate ecology & evolution research, program design, conservation strategy (action planning) development and spatial analysis. Since 1995, he has lived for more than 12 years in Africa leading research and conservation projects in some of the most remote locations in Senegal, Guinea, Central African Republic, Republic of Congo and Gabon. Marc earned his Ph.D. in Bioanthropology from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, for his research on impacts of the western lowland gorilla ranging and foraging on the forests of the Central African Congo Basin.

Marc has taught courses in human evolution, primate evolution and ecology, statistics, and GIS at the university level.

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