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Table 1 Ecological data for the 23 baboon populations used in the DPL continental comparison model

From: The ecological determinants of baboon troop movements at local and continental scales

Species & study site Latitude Longitude Altitude #Study troops #Primate Spp. Anthropogenic influence? 1 References 2
Papio anubis        
Bole, Ethiopia 9.42 38.00 1700 1 4 No [80]
Budongo, Uganda 1.93 31.67 700 1 7 No [113]
Chololo, Kenya 0.40 36.95 1660 1 2 No [79]
Gashaka Gumti, Nigeria 7.51 11.61 320 2 9 Yes (1/2) [114]
Gilgil, Kenya −0.49 36.32 1770 1 1 No [12]
Ishasha, Uganda −0.62 29.66 950 1 4 No [115]
Metahara, Ethiopia 8.91 39.93 950 1 2 No [116]
Mulu, Ethiopia 9.30 40.83 1275 1 2 No (Dunbar, unpublished)
Papio cynocephalus        
Amboseli, Kenya −2.64 37.25 1130 6 3 Yes (1/6) [17,33,117]
Mikumi, Tanzania −7.09 37.42 550 1 5 No [77]
Tana, Kenya −1.93 40.14 30 1 6 No [118]
Issa, Tanzania* −5.51 30.56 1600 2 6 No This study
Papio hamadryas        
Awash, Ethiopia 8.84 40.01 950 5 2 No [43,45,119]
Erer-Gota, Ethiopia 9.56 41.38 1200 1 1 No [120]
Papio papio        
Mt. Assirik, Senegal 12.87 −12.80 150 2 6 No [38]
Papio ursinus        
Blouberg, SA −23.03 29.06 900 1 3 No (Noser, unpublished)
Cape Point, SA −34.27 18.43 50 10 1 Yes (7/10) [13,39,121]
Drakensberg, SA −29.47 29.26 2250 2 1 No [41,122]
Honnet, SA −22.63 30.18 310 2 2 Yes (1/2) [61]
Mkuzi, SA −27.60 32.05 125 1 2 No [42] from [123]
Suikersbosrand, SA −26.50 28.22 1600 1 2 No [124]
Tsaobis, Namibia −22.55 15.73 1000 1 1 No [44]
DeHoop, SA −34.43 20.57 10 2 1 No (Hill, unpublished)
Mt. Zebra, SA −32.20 25.39 1500 1 1 No [125] from [123]
  1. 1Indicates whether baboons studied experience anthropogenic influences, and if so, how many troops. 2Unpublished data are acquired from authors listed.