Anne-Sophia Crunchant

PhD Student

James Parsons Building, Byrom Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF

Wild Savannah Chimpanzees studied as part of Anne-Sophia Crunchant’s research into acoustic communication

Research Interests

My research interests focus on animal communication and primate conservation. My PhD investigates wild savanna chimpanzee acoustic communication and how to use passive acoustic monitoring as a non-invasive tool for ape conservation. Specifically, I am interested in testing a new method to acoustically estimate chimpanzee density and compare results with more traditional methods such as camera trapping.

Keywords: Passive acoustic monitoring; camera traps; occupancy modelling; spatially explicit capture-recapture; distance sampling; conservation; chimpanzees; vocalisations; detection; density; localisation; vocal behaviour; call rate



Alex Piel (Supervisor)

Serge Wich (Supervisor)

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