Sarah E. Turner

Professeur adjoint,
Concordia University

Department of Geography, Planning and Environment
Courriel: sarah.turner@concordia.ca
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Éducation

Postdoctorat, Écologie comportementale, McGill University (2012-2016)
Doctorat, Anthropologie, University of Calgary (2003-2010)
Maîtrise, Interdisciplinaire (Primatologie), University of Victoria (2000-2003)
Baccalauréat, Études des femmes, Simon Fraser University (1994-1999)


Recherche

Dr Sarah Turner s'intéresse à la façon dont l'écologie comportementale des primates non humains est influencée par les changements environnementaux induits par l'homme. Elle étudie le comportement de macaques japonais en liberté ayant des handicaps physiques pour explorer des hypothèses liées à la flexibilité comportementale, aux interactions mère-enfant et au comportement social.

Étudiants CSBQ

Stephanie Eccles

Ph.D.
(Début: 2009)
A Multispecies Ethnography of Farmed Animals: Sanctuaries as Sites of Constructing Transformational Knowledge
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Brogan Stewart

Ph.D.
(Début: 2019, Fin: 2023)
Utilisation de l'analyse fractale pour déterminer si la déficience physique chez les macaques japonais (Macaca fuscata) altère la complexité du mouvement comportemental
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Megan Joyce

M.Sc.
(Début: 2018)
Les stratégies optimales en quête de nourriture parmi les macaques japonais en liberté (Macaca fuscata)
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Exemples d'espèces étudiées

Macaca
Fuscata


Publications

16- Climate change impacts on potential future ranges of non-human primate species
Stewart B M , Turner S E , Matthews H D ,
2020 Climatic Change (Date Added: 2020-07-20)

15- Bastard Spice or Champagne of Cinnamon? Conflicting Value Creations along Cinnamon Commodity Chains in Northern Vietnam
Derks A , Turner S , Thúy Hạnh N ,
2020 Development and Change (Date Added: 2020-03-30)

14- Social grooming efficiency and techniques are influenced by manual impairment in free-ranging Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)
Espitia-Contreras J P , Fedigan L M , Turner S E ,
2020 PLoS ONE (Date Added: 2020-03-07)

13- A small upland city gets a big make-over: Local responses to state ‘modernity’ plans for Lào Cai, Vietnam
Henein Y , Pham T , Turner S ,
2019 Urban Studies (Date Added: 2020-01-22)

11- Flex crops or flex livelihoods? The story of a volatile commodity chain in upland northern Vietnam
Turner S , Derks A , Thúy Hạnh N ,
2019 Journal of Peasant Studies (Date Added: 2020-01-22)

10- A Global-Scale Evaluation of Primate Exposure and Vulnerability to Climate Change
Graham, TL, Matthews, HD, Turner, SE
2016 International Journal of Primatology (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

9-Birth (Primates)
Turner, SEaF
2015 Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality ( Date Added: 2018-02-22)

8- Social consequences of disability in a nonhuman primate
Turner, SE, Fedigan, LM, Matthews, HD, Nakamichi, M
2014 Journal of Human Evolution (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

7- Disability, Compensatory Behavior, and Innovation in Free-Ranging Adult Female Japanese Macaques (Macaca Fuscata)
Turner, SE, Fedigan, LM, Matthews, HD, Nakamichi, M
2012 American Journal of Primatology (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

6- Ribbon’s Way
Turner, SE
2012 (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

5- Birth in free-ranging Macaca fuscata
Turner, SE, Fedigan, LM, Nakamichi, M, Matthews, HD, McKenna, K, Nobuhara, H, Nobuhara, T, Shimizu, K
2010 International Journal of Primatology (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

4- The Littlest Monkey
Turner, SE
2010 (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

3- Of mongooses and mitigation: Ecological analogues to geoengineering
Matthews, HD, Turner, SE
2009 Environmental Research Letters (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

2- Monkeys with disabilities: Prevalence and severity of congenital limb malformations in Macaca fuscata on Awaji Island
Turner, SE, Fedigan, LM, Nobuhara, H, Nobuhara, T, Matthews, HD, Nakamichi, M
2008 Primates (Date Added: 2018-02-22)

1- Maternal behavior and infant congenital limb malformation in a free-ranging group of Macaca fuscata on Awaji Island, Japan
Turner, SE, Gould, L, Duffus, DA
2005 International Journal of Primatology (Date Added: 2018-02-22)