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Manuscripts Drafted or In Review

 McInnis, Victoria, Urs Kalbitzer, Patrick A. Omeja, Sarah Bortolamiol and Colin A. Chapman. Do elephants create hotspots of seedling growth through their defecation patterns?

 Chapman, Colin A., Patrick A. Omeja, Urs Kalbitzer, Penglai Fan, and Michael J. Lawes. Restoration provides hope for faunal recovery: Changes in primate abundance over 45 years in Kibale National Park, Uganda.

 Fashing, Peter, J., Nga Nguyen, Afework Bekele, Anagaw Atickem, Addisu Mekonnen, Doris Jorde, Katharine A. Abernethy, Colin A. Chapman, Hazel Chapman, Colleen Downs, Patrick A. Omeja, Urs Kalbitzer, Nils Chr. Stenseth. Improving scientific capacity in Africa: Challenges and opportunities.

 Kalbitzer, Urs, Victoria McInnis, and Colin A. Chapman. Primates create seedling growth hotspots through pattern of dung deposition.

 Kühl, H.S., Arroyo-Rodríguez, V., Boonratana, R., Chapman, C.A., Chetry, D., Cheyne, S.M., Cornejo, F.M., Cortés-Ortiz, L., Cowlishaw, G., Crockford, C., de la Torre, S., de Melo, F.R., Grüter, C., Guzmán Caro, D.C.,  Heymann. E.W., Herbinger, I., Horwich, R.H., Ikemeh, R.A., Imong, I.S., Johnson, S., Kappeler, P., Kierulff C.M., Koné, I., Kormos, R., Le Khac, Q., Li, B.25, Marshall A.J., Mittermeier, R.A., Orth, L., Palacios, E., Papworth, S.K., Plumptre, A., Rawson, B.M., Petrovan, S.O., Refisch, J., Roos, C., Rylands, A.B., Setchell, J., Smith, R., Sop, T., Schwitzer, C., Slater, K., Strum, S.C., Sutherland, W.J., Talebi, M., Wallis, J., Wich, S., Williamson, L., Wittig, R.M., Jessica Junker. Severe lack of evidence limits effective conservation of the world’s primates.

 Sales, L.P., B.R. Ribeiro, C.A. Chapman and R. Loyola. Projected vulnerability of Amazonian primate species to climate change.

 Simons, Noah, D. Geeta N. Eick, Maria J. Ruiz-Lopez, David Hyeroba, Patrick A. Omeja, Geoffrey Weny, Colin A. Chapman, Tony L. Goldberg, William M. Switzer, Kirstin N. Sterner, Nelson Ting. Submitted. Genome-wide patterns of gene expression in a wild primate indicate species-specific mechanisms associated with shared tolerance to Simian Immunodeficiency Virus.

 Kalbitzer, Urs, Victoria McInnis, and Colin A. Chapman. Submitted. Primates create seedling growth hotspots through pattern of dung deposition. 

 Valenta, Kim, Urs Kalbitzer, Diary Razafimadimby, Miranda Sinnott-Armstrong, Patrick Omeja, Manfred Ayasse, Colin A. Chapman, Omer Nevo. Dispersers shape fruit color.

 Tombak, Kaia, J., Eva C. Wikberg, Daniel I. Rubenstein1, Pascale Sicotte, Colin A. Chapman. Cracking the code of conduct: traits that structure female social networks in egalitarian primates.

 Lemoine, Melissa, Marta Barluenga, Kay Lucek, Salome Mwaiko, Marcel Haesler, Lauren J. Chapman, Colin A. Chapman and Ole Seehausen. Recent sympatric speciation through habitat-associated nuptial colour polymorphism in a crater lake cichlid.

 Kessler, S.E., T.R. Bonnell, J.M. Setchell, and C.A. Chapman. Ganging up on germs: Ancestral human social structure scaffolded the evolution of care-giving for the diseased. Scientific Reports

 Sarkar, Dipto, Colin A. Chapman, and Raja Sengupta. Metrics for characterizing network structure and node importance in spatial social networks.

 Serio-Silva, J.C., F. Vidal-Garcia, M. Franquesa-Soler, and C.A. Chapman. Primates silvestres de México: Modelos de conservación Integrada a través de estrategias de identidad y conciencia en comunidades locales (Wild primates of Mexico: Models of integrated conservation strategies that promore awareness in local communities). In: Primatology, Bio-cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development in Tropical Forests. A Global Perspective, UNESCO, Mexico City.

 Chapman, C.A., Rong Hou, and Urs Kalbitzer. What will climate change mean for primates? In: Primatology, Bio-cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development in Tropical Forests. A Global Perspective, UNESCO, Mexico City.

 Chapman, C.A., Bethany Kois, Dorothy Kirumira, Wilson Kagoro, Montserrat Franquesa-Soler, Francisca Vidal García, and Juan Carlos Serio-Silva. Can healthcare and conservation from a union to help people neighboring parks and protect biodiversity? In: Primatology, Bio-cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development in Tropical Forests. A Global Perspective, UNESCO, Mexico City.

 Hu, Y., Z. Luo, C.A. Chapman, S. Pimm, S. Turvey, M.J. Lawes, C.A. Peres, and P. Fan. Scientific research enhances threatened mammal species conservation in China and the USA.

 Benavidez, KM, T.A. Harris, C.A. Chapman, D.C. Leitman, and M.D. Wasserman. Estrogenic plant consumption by the black-and-white colobus monkey: How do groups differ.

 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. 

 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.

 Smith, M., R. Sengupta, C.A. Chapman and J. Pineau. Predictive modeling of animal movement data.  Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence.

 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.

 Chapman, Colin A. and Amy E. Dunham.  Primate seed dispersal and forest restoration: an African perspective for a brighter future.

 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.

 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.

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

 

 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