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Guo, Song-tao, Peng-Fei Xu, Qi-Guang Miao, Guo-Fan Shao, Colin A. Chapman, Xiao-Jiang Chen, Gang He, Peng-Xi Li, He Zhang, Bao-Guo Li.  Automatic identifications of individual animal with artificial intelligence.

Aristizabal, John. Simoneta Negrete-Yankelevich, Rogelio Macías-Ordóñez, Colin A. Chapman, and Juan Carlos Serio-Silva. Spatial aggregation of mature fruits explains food intake of black howler monkeys: Scale matters.

Nevo, Omer, Diary Razafimandimby, Kim Valenta, Juan Antonio James Jeffrey, Christoph Reisdorff, Colin A Chapman, Jörg Ganzhorn, Manfred Ayasse. Honest fruit: scent signals nutrient content across species.

Valenta, Kim, Dipto Sarkar, Justin Ledogar, Urs Kalbitzer, Sarah Bortolamiol, Colin Chapman, Richard F Kay, Patrick Omeja, Manfred Ayasse, Blythe Williams, Omer Nevo. The evolution of derived anthropoid traits: adaptations to frugivory?

Zohdy, Sarah, Kim Valenta, Bernadette Rabaoarivola, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Weam Zaky, Nils Pilotte, Steven Williams, Colin A. Chapman, Zach J. Farris. One of the world’s most endangered mammal groups may be at greater risk from dog disease. 

Hartwell, Kayla, S., Hugh Notman, Colin A. Chapman, and Mary M.S.M. Pavelka. The effects of feeding ecology on fission-fusion dynamics in spider monkeys at Runaway Creek Nature Reserve, Belize.

Guo, Song-Tao, Shu-Jun He, He Zhang, Si-Meng Zhang, Rong Hou, Cyril C. Grueter, Colin A. Chapman, Derek W. Dunn, Bao-Guo Li. Male social rank, social cohesion, and competition for food in a primate multi-level society.

Espinosa-Gomez, F.C., Juan Carlos Serio-Silva, Eliel Ruiz-May, and Colin A. Chapman.  Salivary proteins of the howler monkey involved in food preference and host defense together explain their ecological adaptability.

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.

Chapman, Colin A., Júlio César Bicca-Marques, Amy E. Dunhan, Pengfei Fan, Peter J. Fashing, Jan Gogarten, Songtao Guo, Michael A. Huffman, Urs Kalbitzer, Changyong Ma, Ikki Matsuda, Patrick A. Omeja, Raja Sengupta, Juan Carlos Serio-Silva, Yamato Tsuji, and Nils Chr. Stenseth. Primates can be a rallying species to promote tropical forest restoration.

Vidal-García, Franquesa, Eduardo Pineda, Colin A. Chapman, Juan Carlos Serio-Silva. How accurate are species distribution models?: A field verification with two threatened primate species.

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

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.

Tombak, Kaia, J., Eva C. Wikberg, Daniel I. Rubenstein1, Pascale Sicotte, Colin A. Chapman. Social interactions in egalitarian primate societies are structured by temporary states such as age, residency status, and reproductive state.

Hu, Y., Z. Luo, C.A. Chapman, S. Pimm, S. Turvey, M.J. Lawes, C.A. Peres, and P. Fan. Contrasting contribution of regional scientific research to 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.  I

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.

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. .

 

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