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Sánchez-Garzón; N., W. Dáttilo; C.A. Chapman; J.C. Serio Silva.  Interaction networks of feeding and diurnal rest between black howler monkeys and plants. 

Hu Roungar, Colin A. Chapman, P. Garber, Songtao Guo, and Baugou Li.  Dietary and nutritional adaptions to extremes of northern-living by Rhinopithecus roxellana.

Kirumira, D., D. Baranga, J. Hartter, K. Valenta, C. Tumwesigye, W. Kagoro, and C.A. Chapman.  Evaluating a union between health care and conservation: The impact of a mobile clinic on park-people relations in Uganda

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, S. Bortolamiol, and M. Yao.  Chimpanzee conservation: what we know, what we do not know, and ways forward.  In Chimpanzees in context: a comparative perspective on chimpanzee behavior, cognition, conservation, and welfare. L. Hopper and S. Ross eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, T.R. Bonnell, K.A. Brown, and L.J. Chapaman.  Solar radiation and ENSO predict fruiting phenology patterns in a 16-year record from Kibale National Park, Uganda.

Bonnell, T.R., R.R. Ghai, T.L. Goldberg, R. Sengupta, and C.A. Chapman.  Simulations of environmentally-transmitted parasites under habitat fragmentation suggests that as habitat is lost, its configuration becomes more important.

Hartwell, K.S., H. Notman, C.A. Chapman, M.S.M. Pavelka.  The effects of feeding ecology on fission-fusion dynamics in spider monkeys at Runaway Creek Nature Reserve, Belize.

Alvarado-Villalobos M.A., J.C. Serio-Selva, A. Barbachano-Guerrero, A., Cambou, G. Cringoli, M.P. Maurelli, L.M. García-Feria, C.A. Chapman.  An evaluation of the efficacy of two flotation techniques (FLOTAC and Mini-FLOTAC) for the detection of gastrointestinal parasites in howler monkeys.

Krief, S., R. Nespoulet, R. Kajobe, S. Bortolamiol, A. Seguya, C.A. Chapman, and D. Watts.  Variations of tool use in adjacent chimpanzee communities for honey gathering.

Adamescu, G. Abernethy, K., Boesch, C., Breuer, T. Bujo, F, Chapman, C,A., Cordeiro, Ewango, C.N., Fayolle, A., Gilby, I., Hart, T., Hockemba, M., Jeffrey, J., Morgan, D., Mugerwa, B., Mulindahabi, F., Ndangalasi, H., Ndolo, L., Polansky, L., Pusey, A., Sanz, C., Sheil, D., Ssali, F., Tutin, C., Valenta, K., White, L., and A. Plumptre, Spatial and temporal variation in drivers of phenology across Africa.

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

Sarkar, D., C.A. Chapman, K. Valenta, S. Angom, W. Kagoro, and R. Sengupta. Research stations as conservation instruments provide long term community benefits.

Tombak, K.J., E.C. Wikberg, D.I. Rubenstein, P. Sicotte, and C.A. Chapman.  Colobine monkeys social networks suggests a shift in the rules of engagement with increasing egalitarianism.  

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. 

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Struhsaker, T., N. Ting, C.A. Chapman, T. Davenport, and P.A. Omeja 2017. Piliocolobus tephrosceles. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2017. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.

Nevo, O., K. Valenta, A.G. Tevlin, P.A. Omeja, S.A.Styler, D.J. Jackson, C.A. Chapman, and M. Ayasse. 2017. Fruit defence syndromes: The independent evolution of mechanical and chemical defences. Evolut

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. 2017. Park isolation in anthropogenic landscapes: Land change and livelihoods at park boundaries in the African Albertine Rift. Regional Environmental Change

Paim, F.P., K. Valenta, C.A. Chapman, H.L. Queiroz, A.P. Paglia.  2017. Does habitat structure determine geographic distribution of three squirrel monkeys (Saimiri) species in adjacent floodplain forests? 

Kalbitzer, U. and C.A. Chapman. Primate adaptations to changing environments in the Anthropocene. 2017.  In. 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.

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, and S. Bortolamiol. 2017. How variable is a primate`s world: Spatial and temporal variation in potential ecological drivers of behaviour. 2017. In. 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.

Valenta, K. and C.A. Chapman. Resolving the controversies over primate fruit syndromes. 2017. In. 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.

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, and A. Corriveau. 2017. Primate foraging strategies modulate responses to anthropogenic change and thus primate conservation. In: J.E. Lambert and J.M. Rothman (eds). Primate diet and nutrition: needing, finding, and using food. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Chapman, C.A. 2017. Soggy but separate, why flooded habitats need special conservation attention. In: A.A. Barnett, I. Matsuda, and K. Nowak (eds). Primates in flooded habitats: ecology and conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

 

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