Unpublished reports in Struhsaker and Oates collection

Abedi-Lartey, M. 1998.Survey of Endangered Forest Primates in Western Ghana. Report on Field Work in Reserved and Public Land in Western Ghana from April to November, 1997.” Report to Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx, NY, Primate Conservation, Inc., New York, Conservation International, Washington, DC, and the Wildlife Department, Accra, Ghana, March, 1998. 37pp. Appendix 1. Summary of primate observations, 2pp., Appendix 2. Map of areas surveys, 1p. Appendix 3. Survey areas and dates, with names of surveyors, 1p.

Gatti, S. 2010. "Status of Primate Populations in Protected Areas Targeted by the Community Forest Biodiversity Project." Report. Community Forest Biodiversity Project: Status of primate populations in Protected Areas targeted under CFBP.WAPCA and WD/FC, Accra, Ghana. 39pp. Appendix 1. Data sheet used to record observations, 2pp. Appendix 2. People involved in research surveys, 1p. 

Hall, J. B., Swaine, M. D. and Lock, J. N. 1976.Report on visit to Bia National Park, September 20 – October 1, 1976.” Department of Game and Wildlife, Accra, November 1976. 6pp. Appendix. Check list of the plants of Bia National Park prepared by J. B. Hall, University of Ghana, October 1976, 13pp.

Jamieson, R. 1971. Survey of the Wildlife Resource in Bia River area, Sefwi District, Ghana.” Unpublished report to the Wildlife Resources Survey Unit, Department of Game and Wildlife, Damongo, Ghana. 55pp. + 2 appendices. A. The status of the pygmy hippo (Choeropsis liberiensis) in the western region, Ghana. 3pp. B. Krokosua Hills Forest Reserve – suitability as nature reserve, by J. B. Hall.

Martin, C. 1976. "Report on survey of the Ankasa River Forest Reserve." Report, Department of Game and Wildlife, Accra, Ghana, June 1976. 17pp. + 1 map. 

Martin, C. and Asibey, E. A. O. 1979. Effect of timber exploitation on primate population and distribution in the Bia Rain Forest Area of Ghana.” VIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society, 8-12 January 1979, Bangalore, India. Manuscript. 23pp. 

Oates, J. F. 1993. Kakum National Park, Ghana. Wildlife Specialist’s Report on Visit of 9−29 August 1993.” Unpublished report, September 1993. 17pp. + 2 map. Appendix 1. Primate census data. Appendix 2. Itinerary.

Oates, J. F. 1996. The Status of Ghana’s Forest Primates, with Special Reference to the Nini-Suhien National Park. A Report on Field Work in December 1995 and January 1996.” Unpublished report to the Wildlife Department, Ghana, Conservation International, Washington, DC, and The Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx, NY, January 1996. 16pp. + 1 table.

Oates, J.F. 2006. "Primate conservation in the forests of western Ghana: field survey results, 2005-2006." Report to the Wildlife Division, Forestry Commission, Ghana.

Rucks, M. 1976.Notes on the Problem of Primate Conservation in Bia National Park.” Unpublished report to the Department of Game and Wildlife, Bia National l Park, Sefwi-Wiwaso, Ghana. May 1976. 13pp.

Struhsaker, T. T. 1993.Ghana’s Forests and Primates. Report of a field trip to Bia and Kakum National Parks and Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary in November 1993.” Unpublished report, December 1993. 32pp. + 3 tables, 2 figs.

Struhsaker, T. T. and Oates, J. F. 1993.Kakum National Park, Ghana, Field Trip Report for March–April 1993.” Unpublished report, April. 1993. 12pp. Appendix I. List of sites visited, 1p. Appendix II. Daylight primate encounters, other notable mammals detected, and notable birds detected, 1p.

Whitesides, G. H. and Oates, J. F. 1995.Wildlife Surveys in the Rain Forest Zone of Ghana. Report of a Field Trip to Selected Forest Reserves, Resource Reserves, and National Parks during July and August 1995.” Unpublished report. 41pp.