Seit 2007 wurden durch Studenten und Wissenschaftler der Universität Zürich (CH), Universitas Nasional (IDN), die Universität von Birmingham (UK) und die Universität von Utrecht (NE) verschiedene Projekte in Suaq realisiert.

2018

Hayward 2018

Long calls of flanged male orangutans (Pongo spp.) reveal geographic variation in competition behaviour
Project leader: Steven Hayward (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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2017

van Cauwenberghe 2017

Factors influencing the cognitive development of infant Sumatran orangutans in Suaq Balimbing, Aceh Selatan, Indonesia
Project leader: Anais van Cauwenberghe (MSc Thesis, Utrech University, NE & AIM, Univeristy of Zürich, CH)
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2016

Schuppli 2016

Testing the cultural intelligence hypothesis in wild orangutans
Project leader: Caroline Schuppli (PhD student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Paula Willi, Benjamin Nolan, Maximilian Kölbl, Kevin Lee, Eric Balke

2014

Lenzi 2014

Reproductive success and paternity concentration in wild male orangutans (genus Pongo)
Project leader: Ivan Lenzi (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Kunz 2014

Ontogeny and variability of play behaviour in wild immature Bornean (Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii) and Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii)
Project leader: Julia Kunz (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Conradie 2014

Long call playback experiments on female Sumatran orang-utans
Project leader: Christiaan Conradie (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Falkner 2014

Mother-Offspring Conflict in Orangutans: Disentangling different contexts of mother-offspring conflict in Sumatran and Bornean orangutans
Project leader: Sonja Falkner (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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2011

Villioth 2011

Nesting positions and chemical properties of nesting material in relation to mosquito avoidance in Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii)
Project leader: Jakob Villioth (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Schuppli 2011

Skill learning in wild immature Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii)
Project leader: Caroline Schuppli (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Manduell 2011

Habitat variation and its influence on the locomotor ecology of wild orangutans
Project leader: Kirsten Manduell (PhD Student, University of Birmingham, UK)
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Rinsma 2011

Orangutans speaking for themselves: A closer inspection on variation in the acoustic repertoire of wild Sumatran orangutan
Project leader: Wiebe Rinsma (MSc Student, University of Utrecht, NE)
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2009

Meulman 2009

Wild orangutan tool use: New Insights in Human Evolution
Project leader: Ellen Meulman (PhD Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Haryati 2009

Perbandingan analisis habitat dan preferensi pakan buah di hutan rawa Stasiun Penelitian Suaq Balimbing, TNGL
Project leader: Sri Haryati (PhD Student, Univeritas Nasional, IDN & University of Zürich, CH)
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Gibson 2009

Cognitive and cultural aspects of nest building in wild orangutans
Project leader: Andrea Gibson (PhD Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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2008

Forss 2008

Social learning and independent exploration in immature Sumatran Orangutans (Pongo abelii)
Project leader: Sofia Forss (MSc Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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Nater 2008

Phylogeography and population structure of the Sumatran Orangutan (Pongo abelii)
Project leader: Alexander Nater (PhD Student, AIM, University of Zürich, CH)
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