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Elephant Biologists

 

Elephant Biologists are scientists whose profession involves or has involved the study of elephants.

We, the undersigned Elephant Biologists stand by the sentiments expressed in The Elephant Charter and through our words and actions we endeavour to uphold its Principles.

As an Elephant Biologist I wish to add my name as Signatory.

  First name Last name Position Country

    Total: 65

  Melissa Groo Researcher United States
  Fred Kurt MSc Phd Switzerland
  Frans de Waal Professor of Psychology, Emory University United States
  Gareth Patterson Researcher, Knysna Elephant Research Project. South Africa
  Keith Lindsay Conservation biologist/ consultant United Kingdom
  Diana Reiss Professor, Cognitive Psychology, Hunter College United States
  Shermin de Silva Researcher, Uda Walawe Elephant Research Project Sri Lanka
  Joshua Plotnik Elephant researcher, Emory University United States
  Susan Alberts Professor of Biology, Duke University United States
  Petra ten Velde Researcher, Knysna Elephant Research Project South Africa
  Steve Njumbi Head of Programmes IFAW EA Kenya
  Angela Stoeger-Horwath PhD, University of Vienna Austria
  Christine Browne-Nunez Ph.D. Candidate Wildlife Ecology, University of Florida, Human Dimensions of Wildlife Specialist United States
  Sergios-Orestis Kolokotronis Research Scientist, American Museum of Natural History United States
  Karen McComb University Lecturer/Reader United Kingdom
  Melly Reuling Researcher, project manager Tanzania, United Republic of
  Mya Thompson PhD in African forest elephant vocal communication Cornell University Dept. of Neurobiology and Behavior USA
  Philip Kahl Elephant Researcher USA
  Billie Armstrong Assistant Elephant Researcher USA
  Jonathan Balcombe Senior Research Scientist, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine USA