This accession consists of field notes, photographic slides, maps, film, audio reels, and other data pertaining to the Smithsonian Elephant Survey and the Smithsonian Primate Survey on which Suzanne Ripley participated. Most of the research was conducted in Southeast Asia, particularly Ceylon. The Primate Survey was one of the first primate surveys that observed inter-troop behavior and ecology. Also included are field notes created by Francis Raymond Fosberg, Ripley's husband, on the flora of Ceylon.
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 98-138, Ripley, Suzanne,1936-, Suzanne Ripley Papers
Smithsonian Institution Archives
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