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Vervet Monkey

Vervet Monkey

 

Smith, M., R. Sengupta, C.A. Chapman and J. Pineau. Predictive modeling of animal movement data.  Innovative applications of artificial intelligence.

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, and S. Bortolamiol. How variable is a primate`s world: Spatial and temporal variation in potential ecological drivers of behaviour.  Urs Kalbitzer, Mary Pavelka, and Katherine Jack editors, Primate Life History, Sex Roles, and Adaptability: Essays in Honour of Linda M. Fedigan, Springer Press, New York.

Goldberg, T.L., A.J. Bennett, R. Kityo, and C.A. Chapman.  Nycteribiid bat flies (Dipseliopoda sp.) vector Kanyawara virus, a novel rhabdovirus of fruit bats (Myonycteris sp.) in Uganda.  Journal of Virology. 

Milich, K.M., C.A. Chapman, R.M. Stumpt and J.M. Bahr.  Female red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) maintain reproductive function in degraded habitats.  Animal Behaviour. 

Arroyo-Rodríguez, V., G.K. Pérez-Elissetche, J.D. Ordóñez-Gómez, A. González-Zamora, Ó.M. Chaves, S. Sánchez-López, C.A. Chapman, K. Morales-Hernández, M. Pablo-Rodríguez, G. Ramos-Fernández.  Spider monkeys in human-modified landscapes: the importance of the matrix. American Journal of Primatology

MacKenzie, C.A., J. Salerno, J. Hartter, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, D.M. Tumusiine, and M. Drake. Changing perceptions of protected area benefits and troubles around Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal for Environmental Management

Nevo, O, K. Valenta, A.G. Tevlin, L.A. D’Agostino, S.A. Styler, D.J. Jackson, C.A. Chapman, and M. Ayasse. Fruit defense syndromes: physical barriers render chemical defense redundant. American Naturalist 

Farris, Z.J., B.D. Gerber, K. Valenta, R. Rafaliarison, J.C. Razafimahaimodison, E. Larney, T. Hariniaina, Z. Randriana, P.C. Wright, C.A. Chapman Threats to Madagascar’s native carnivores: a multi-year assessment of occupancy and co-occurrence. Biological Conservation

Fernandez-Duque, M., C.A. Chapman, K.E. Glander and E. Fernandez-Duque. Darting primates: step towards procedural and reporting standard. International Journal of Primatology

Paim, F.P., K. Valenta, C.A. Chapman, H.L. Queiroz, A.P. Paglia.  Does habitat structure determine geographic distribution of three squirrel monkeys (Saimiri) species in adjacent floodplain forests?  American Journal of Primatology.

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, T. Bonnell, K.A. Brown, and L.J. Chapman. Solar radiation drives fruit phenology: Evaluating a 16 year record from Kibale National Park, Uganda. Proceeding of the Royal Society (London).

Chapman, C.A., S. Bortolamiol, I. Matsuda, P.A. Omeja, F.P. Paim, R. Sengupta, J.P. Skorupa, and K. Valenta. Primate population dynamics: variation over space and time. Biological Conservation

Krief, S., P. Berny, F. Gumisiriza, R. Gross, B. Demeneix, J.B. Fini, C.A. Chapman. L.J. Chapman, A. Seguya, and J. Wasswa. Agricultural expansion as an environmental risk to threatened wildlife: Is facial dysplasia in wild chimpanzees and baboons in Uganda related to pesticide exposure? Science of the Total Environment. 

Krief, S., S. Bortolamiol, A. Seguya, and C.A. Chapman. Cultural variations in adjacent chimpanzee communities: tool use for honey dipping and prey preference in the chimpanzees of Sebitoli, Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.  

Garcia-Feria, L.M. R. Pastor-Nieto, C.A. Chapman, and J. C. Serio-Silva. Biochemical and hematologica evaluation of black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra) in highly degraded landscapes, Mexico. International Journal of Primatology

Valenta, K., D. Twinomugisha, C. Lui, V.A.M. Schoof, T.L. Goldberg, and C.A. Chapman. Habitat effects on gastrointestinal parasites in vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops). Journal of Parasitology.

Paim, F.P., C.A. Chapman, H.L. de Queiroz, and A.P. Paglia. Does resource availability affect the diet and behavior of the endangered squirrel monkey, Saimiri vanzolinii? International Journal of Primatology.

Chapman, C.A., A. Corriveau, K. Valenta, F. Espinosa-Gómez, and V.A.M. Schoof. Colobine population ecology: what limits population size. In: I. Matsuda, C. Grueter, and J. Teichroeb (eds). The behavioural and ecological diversity of the Colobines. University of Chicago Press, New York.

Parada-López, J., R.A. Reyna-Hurtado, S.F. Hernández-Betancourt, and C.A. Chapman. Travel routes of spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) reveal a goal-oriented foraging behavior. Primates. 

Lopez, R., T.L. Goldberg, C.A. Chapman, PA. Omeja, J. Jones, W. Switzer, P. Etter, E. Johnson, and N. Ting. Identification of SNP markers for the endangered Ugandan red colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus tephrosceles) using RAD sequencing. Molecular Ecology Resources.

Teichroeb, J.A., M. Campenni, and C.A. Chapman. Variability in male quality solves the folivore paradox in an agent-based model analysis. American Journal of Primatology.

Tumukunde, A., R.A. Reyna-Hurtado, C.A. Chapman, G. Isabirye-Basuta, C. Masembe, and T.L. Goldberg. Prevalence of gastro-intestinal parasites of wild suids within Kibale National Park, Uganda and the domestic suids adjacent to the park. Journal of Parasitology.

Teichroeb, J.A., C.A. Chapman, and P. Sicotte. Folivorous ursine colobus monkeys (Colobus vellerosus) do the Lévy walk. International Journal of Primatology.

Serio-Silva, J.C., L.J. Schooler, R. Rhine, and C.A. Chapman. Does contrasting ecological niches provide insights into human memory and selective pressures on early hominid? PLoS One.

Simons, N.D., G.N. Eick, M.J. Ruiz-Lopez, P.A. Omeja, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Goldberg, N. Ting, and K.N. Sterner.  Regulatory Evolution in a Wild Primate: Disease-Associated Genetic Variation Drives Differential Expression of MHC-DQA1 In-Vitro.  Molecular Ecology

Salerno, J., C.A. Chapman, J.E. Diem, N. Dowhaniuk, A. Goldman, C.A. MacKenzie, P.A. Omeja, M.W. Palace, R. Reyna-Hurtado, S.J. Ryan, J. Hartter. The future of isolated tropical parks in anthropogenic landscapes: A social-ecological test case in the African Albertine Rift. BioScience

Ryan, S.J., M. Palace, J. Hartter, J. Diem, C.A. Chapman, J. Southworth.  Population pressure and global markets drive a decade of forest cover change in Africa’s Albertine Rift.  Applied Geography.

Kininmonth, S., B. Crona, Ö. Bodin, I. Vaccaro, L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman.. Microeconomic relationships between and among fishers and traders influence the ability to respond to socio-ecological changes in a small-scale fishery. Ecology and Society. In Review

Cancelliere. E.C., C.A. Chapman, D. Twinomugisha, and J.M. Rothman.  Nutritional composition of the diets of vervet monkeys in a humanized matrix. African Journal of Ecology.

For Scientific Editing see Michael Lawes

Dr. Patrick Omeja (Project co-Director) working with Staff of the Uganda Wildlife Authority

Dr. Patrick Omeja (Project co-Director) working with Staff of the Uganda Wildlife Authority