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Huang Zhipang


Huang Zhipang

Intstitute of Eastern-Himalaya Biodiversity Research, Dali University, China

Current affiliations

Associate Professor Huang's research interests include primate ecology, behavior, social structure, and conservation in Yunnan and Tibet, China. He is actively engaged in the management of the Institute of East Himalayan Research. His current projects are centered on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the Hengduan mountains, focusing on primate distribution in regional ecosystems, the effects of fragmented habitats on primates and other endangered species, primate diversity and evolution, and their connection to human evolution and cultural diversity, particularly in the Eastern Himalayas. Additionally, he is involved in ecological and conservation monitoring of the Three Parallel Rivers region.

Recent publications

  • Fang YH, Li YP, Ren GP, Huang ZP, Cui LW, Zhang LX, Garber PA, Pan RL, Xiao W (2019) The effective use of camera traps to document the northernmost distribution of the western black crested gibbon in China. Primates. doi: 10.1007/s10329-019-00774-5.

  • Huang ZP, Scott MB, Li YP, Ren GP, Xiang ZF, Cui LW, Xiao W. 2017. Black-and-white snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus bieti) feeding behavior in a degraded forest fragment: clues to a stressed population. Primates, 58: 517-524.

  • Huang ZP, Bian K, Liu Y, Pan RL, Qi XG, Li BG. 2017. Male dispersal pattern of golden-snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus roxellana) in Qinling Moutains and its conservation implications. Scientific Reports, 7, 46217.

  • Ma C, Huang ZP, Zhao XF, Zhang LX, Sun WM, Scott MB, Wang XW, Cui LW, Xiao W. 2014. Distribution and conservation status of Rhinopithecus strykeri in China. Primates, 55: 377-382.

  • Huang ZP, Cui LW, Scott MB, Wang SJ, Xiao W. 2012. Seasonality of reproduction of wild black-and-white snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus bieti) at Mt. Lasha, Yunnan, China. Primates, 53: 237-245.

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