Giselle Narvaez Rivera

Giselle Narvaez Rivera

Graduate Student // Anthropology

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Room: STON 320


I am broadly interested in understanding the dynamics of human-wildlife interactions. I am particularly interested in how anthropogenic activities impact wildlife habitat and how to promote the coexistence of humans and wildlife. My research delves into human-nonhuman primate interactions in the cultural landscape of southeastern Costa Rica. To address this, I focus on assessing the population status of the endangered black-handed spider monkey using a mixed-methods approach. 


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