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Publications

Dr. Chapman has published 510+ articles, and has been cited 38000+ times. He has an H factor of 103. Chapman prioritizes his publications in high impact journals (e.g., Nature, PNAS, Proceedings of the Royal Society, Evolution, Conservation Biology, Ecology, Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology), but he also values taxa (e.g., monkey, elephant, bird) oriented journals (e.g., International Journal of Primatology), which are just as important in the development of theory for the intriguing taxa I study. He also publishes in regional journals (e.g., African Journal of Ecology), which are similarly important for developing regional scientific communities. He thoroughly enjoys collaboration, and most importantly having fun with his research and intellectual explorations.

Here is a complete list of Colin Chapman’s published work – you can download the paper by clicking on the link after each citation. If you have questions about the work or thoughts of how ideas could be developed, please email. Some papers are currently being worked on and will be available soon, email Dr.Chapman if you would like to see the paper in a timely manner.

2020

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. 2020. Primates can be a rallying species to promote tropical forest restoration. Folia Primatologica. DOI: 10.1159/000505951 pdf

Valenta, Kim, David J. Daegling, Omer Nevo, Justin Ledogar, Dipto Sarkar, Urs Kalbitzer, Sarah Bortolamiol, Patrick Omeja, Colin A. Chapman, Manfred Ayasse, Richard Kay, Blythe Williams. 2020. Fruit selectivity in anthropoid primates: Size matters. International Journal of Primatology https://doi.org/10.1007/s10764-020-00158-3. pdf

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, and A. Corriveau. 2020. 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.

Okumura, Taiki, Colin A. Chapman, and Ikki Matsuda.2020. Infant pelage color change and infant handling in captive black-and-white colobus. Mammal Study.

Li, Baoguo, Gang He, Songtao Guo, Rong Hou, Huang Kang, Pei Zhang, Ruliang Pan. 2020. Macaques in China: Evolutionary dispersion and prospective development. American Journal of Primatology pdf

Aunin, Eerik, Ulrike Böhme, Theo Sanderson, Noah D Simons, Tony L Goldberg, Nelson Ting, Colin A. Chapman, Chris I. Newbold, Matthew Berriman, and Adam J Reid. 2020. Genomic and transcriptomic evidence for descent from Plasmodium and loss of blood schizogony in Hepatocystis parasites from naturally infected red colobus monkey. PlosPathogens

Sales, L.P., B.R. Ribeiro, C.A. Chapman and R. Loyola. 2020. Multiple dimensions of climate change on the distribution of Amazon primates. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, /doi.org/10.1016/j.pecon.2020.03.001 pdf

Chapman, C.A., A. Corriveau, K. Valenta, F. Espinosa-Gómez, and V.A.M. Schoof. 2020. Colobine population ecology: what limits population size. In: I. Matsuda, C. Grueter, and J. Teichroeb (eds). The Colobines: Natural History, Behaviour and Ecological Diversity. University of Chicago Press, New York.

2019

Chapman, Colin, A., Júlio César Bicca-Marques, Sébastien Calvignac-Spencer, Pengfei Fan, Peter J. Fashing, Jan Gogarten, Songtao Guo, Claire A. Hemingway, Fabian Leendertz, Baoguo Li, Ikki Matsuda, Rong Hou, Juan Carlos Serio-Silva, and Nils Chr. Stenseth. Games academics play and their consequences: How authorship, h-index, and journal impact factors are shaping the future of academia. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 286:20192047. pdf

Aristizabal, John. Simoneta Negrete-Yankelevich, Rogelio Macías-Ordóñez, Colin A. Chapman, and Juan Carlos Serio-Silva. Spatial aggregation of fruits explains food selection in a neotropical primate (Alouatta pigra): Scale matters. Scientific Reports 9:1-13. pdf

Matsuda, Ikki, Colin A. Chapman, and Marcus Clauss. Colobine forestomach anatomy and diet. Journal of Morphology. pdf

Chapman, Colin A. and Michael A. Huffman. Diversity on human difference: Unanimity on human responsibility. Animal Sentience 2019:277-279. pdf

Nevo, Omer, Diary Razafimandimby, Kim Valenta, Juan Antonio, James Jeffrey, Christoph Reisdorff, Colin A Chapman, Jörg Ganzhorn, and Manfred Ayasse. 2019. Signal and reward in wild fleshy fruits: Does fruit scent predict nutrient content? Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5573. pdf

Sales, L.P., B.R. Ribeiro, C.A. Chapman and R. Loyola. 2019. Recalculating route: dispersal constraints will drive the redistribution of Amazon primates in the Anthropocene. Ecography 42:1789-1801. pdf

Atickem, Anagaw, Peter J. Fashing, Nga Nguyen, Colin A. Chapman, Afework Bekele, Addisu Mekonnen, Patrick A. Omeja, Urs Kalbitzer, and Nils Chr. Stenseth. 2019. Build Science in Africa. Nature 570:297-300. pdf

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. National Science Review nwz090, https://doi.org/10.1093/nsr/nwz090. pdf

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. pdf

Chapman, Colin A. and Michael A. Huffman. 2019. Refining thoughts concerning if humans and animals are different. Animal Sentience 2019:231-237. pdf

Kumpan, L. Tamara, Jessica M. Rothman, Colin A. Chapman, and Julie A. Teichroeb. 2019. Playing it safe? Solitary vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) choose high quality foods more than those in competition. American Journal of Primatology. e23002. pdf

Chapman, Colin A. 2019. Conservation and Development in Uganda. Oryx 53:589-591. doi:10.1017/S0030605319000474. pdf

Kalbitzer, Urs, Victoria McInnis, Patrick A. Omeja, Sarah Bortolamiol, and Colin A. Chapman. 2019. Does the presence of elephant dung create hotspots of seedling growth for existing seedlings? Journal of Tropical Ecology 35:132-139. pdf

Zohdy, Sarah, Kim Valenta, Bernadette Rabaoarivola, Caitlin J. Karanewsky, Weam Zaky, Nils Pilotte, Steven Williams, Colin A. Chapman, and Zach J. Farris. 2019. Causative agent of canine heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis) detected in wild lemurs. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife. 9:119-121. doi: https:// doi.org/10.1016/j.ijppaw. pdf

Kalbitzer Urs, Victoria McInnis, and Colin A, Chapman. 2019. Primates create seedling growth hotspots through pattern of dung deposition. African Journal of Ecology 57:190-197. https://doi.org/10.1111/aje.12589. pdf

Tombak, Kaia, J., Eva C. Wikberg, Daniel I. Rubenstein, and Colin A. Chapman. 2019. Reciprocity and rotating social advantage among females in egalitarian primate societies. Animal Behaviour 157:189e200 pdf

Benavidez, KM, T.A. Harris, C.A. Chapman, D.C. Leitman, and M.D. Wasserman. 2019. Estrogenic plant consumption by the black-and-white colobus monkey: How do groups differ. African Journal of Ecology. 57:429-436. DOI: 10.1111/aje.12609. pdf

Sarkar, D., C. A. Chapman, S. C. Angom, K. Valenta, W. Kagoro, and R. Sengupta. 2019b. A tiered analysis of community benefits and conservation engagement from the Makerere University Biological Field Station, Uganda. Professional Geographer 73:422-436. pdf

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. 2019. Genome-wide patterns of gene expression in a wild primate indicate species-specific mechanisms associated with tolerance to natural simian immunodeficiency virus infection. bioRxiv:395152. Genetics. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/395152. pdf

Kirumira, D., D. Baranga, J. Hartter, K. Valenta, C. Tumwesigye, W. Kagoro, and C.A. Chapman. 2019. Evaluating a union between health care and conservation: The impact of a mobile clinic on park-people relations in Uganda. Conservation and Society. 17: 51-62. pdf

Sarkar, Dipto, Clio Andris, Colin A. Chapman and Raja Sengupta (2019): Metrics for characterizing network structure and node importance in Spatial Social Networks, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2019.1567736. pdf

2018

Nevo, Omer, Kim Valenta, Amanda Melin, Diary Razafimandimby, Manfred Ayasse, and Colin A. Chapman. Frugivores and the evolution of fruit color. 2018. Biology Letters 14:20180377. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2018.0377. pdf

Reyna-Hurtado, Rafael and Colin A. Chapman. 2018. Next moves: the future of neotropical mammal movement ecology. In R. Reyna-Hurtado, C. A. Chapman (eds.), Movement Ecology of Neotropical Forest Mammals, Springer Nature Switzerland, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-03463-4_15. pdf

Chapman, Colin A. and Rafael Reyna-Hurtado. 2018. Why movement ecology matters. In R. Reyna-Hurtado, C. A. Chapman (eds.), Movement Ecology of Neotropical Forest Mammals, Springer Nature Switzerland, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-03463-4_15 pdf

Valenta, Kim, Urs Kalbitzer, Diary Razafimadimby, Patrick Omeja, Manfred Ayasse, Colin A. Chapman, Omer Nevo. 2018. The evolution of fruit colour: phylogeny, abiotic factors and the role of mutualists. Scientific Reports. 8:14302 DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-32604-x.

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. 2018. Genome-wide patterns of gene expression in a wild primate indicate species-specific mechanisms associated with tolerance to natural simian immunodeficiency virus infection. bioRxiv:395152. Genetics. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/395152 pdf

Emery Thompson, Melissa, Zarin P. Machanda, Erik J. Scully, Drew Enigk, Emily Otali, Martin N. Muller, Tony L. Goldberg, Colin A. Chapman, Richard W. Wrangham. 2018. Risk factors for respiratory illness in a community of wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 5: 180840. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 2018. Forward. In: Alison Behie, Julie Teichroeb, and Nicholas Malone eds. Primate research and conservation in the Anthropocene. Pagex xiv-xviii. Cambridge University Press, Cambrdige. pdf

Serio-Silva, J.C., F. Vidal-Garcia, M. Franquesa-Soler, and C.A. Chapman. 2018. 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. pdf

Chapman, C.A., Rong Hou, and Urs Kalbitzer. 2018. What will climate change mean for primates? In: Primatology, Bio-cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development in Tropical Forests. A Global Perspective, UNESCO, Mexico City. pdf

Chapman, C.A., Bethany Kois, Dorothy Kirumira, Wilson Kagoro, Montserrat Franquesa-Soler, Francisca Vidal García, Juan Carlos Serio-Silva, Raja Sengupta, and Lauren J. Chapman. 2018. Healthcare and conservation can form a union to benefit people and biodiversity In: Primatology, Bio-cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development in Tropical Forests. A Global Perspective, UNESCO, Mexico City. pdf

Kessler, S.E., T.R. Bonnell, J.M. Setchell, and C.A. Chapman. 2018. Social structure facilitated the evolution of care-giving as a strategy for disease control in the human lineage. Scientific Reports 8:13997 | DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-31568-2 pdf

Chapman, C.A. and M.A. Huffman. 2018. Why do we want to think humans are different? Animal Sentience 163:1-8. pdf

Lemoine, Melissa, Marta Barluenga, Kay Lucek, Salome Mwaiko, Marcel Haesler, Lauren J. Chapman, Colin A. Chapman and Ole Seehausen. 2018,. Recent sympatric speciation through habitat-associated nuptial colour polymorphism in a crater lake cichlid. Hydrobiologia. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-018-3746-1(0123456789(). pdf.

Weiss, Deborah, Ryan M. Wallace, Innocent B. Rwego, Thomas R. Gillespie, Colin A. Chapman, Randall S. Singer, Tony L. Goldberg. 2018. Antibiotic-resistant Escherichia coli and class 1 integrons in humans, domestic animals, and wild primates in rural Uganda. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 84 Issue 21 e01632-18. pdf

Chapman, Colin A., Patrick A. Omeja, Urs Kalbitzer, Penglai Fan, and Michael J. Lawes. 2018. Restoration provides hope for faunal recovery: changes in primate abundance over 45 years in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Tropical Conservation Science. 11:1-5. pdf

Chapman, Colin A. and Amy E. Dunham. 2018. Primate seed dispersal and forest restoration: An African perspective for a brighter future. International Journal of Primatology. 36(3):427-442. pdf

Chapman, Colin. A. 2018. A road for a promising future for China’s primates: The potential for restoration. Zoological Research. 29:1-4. DOI: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2018.032 pdf

Hou, Rong, Shujun He, Fan Wu, Colin A. Chapman, Ruliang Pan, Paul A. Garber, Songtao Guo, Baoguo Li. 2018. Seasonal variation in diet and nutrition of the northern-most population of Rhinopithecus roxellana. American Journal of Primatology. In Press. pdf

Gaya Amarasinghe, Nidia Aréchiga Ceballos, Ashley Banyard, Christopher Basler, Sina Bavari, Andrew Bennett, Kim Blasdell, Thomas Briese, Alexander Bukreyev, Yíngyún Caì, Charles Calisher, Christine Campos Lawson, Kartik Chandran, Colin Chapman, Charles Chiu, Kang-Seuk Choi, Peter Collins, Ralf Dietzgen, Valerian Dolja, Olga Dolnik, Leslie Domier, Ralf Dürrwald, John Dye, Andrew Easton, Hideki Ebihara, Juan Echevarría, Anthony Fooks, Pierre Forment, Ron Fouchier, Conrad Freuling, Elodie Ghedin, Tony Goldberg, Roger Hewson, Masayuki Horie, Timothy Hyndman, Dàohóng Jiang, Robert Kityo, Gary Kobinger, Hideki Kondo, Eugene Koonin, Mart Krupovic, Gael Kurath, Robert Lamb, Benhur Lee, Eric Leroy, Piet Maes, Andrea Maisner, Denise Marston, Sunil Mor, Thomas Müller, Elke Mühlberger, Víctor Neira Ramírez, Sergey Netesov, Terry Fei Fan Ng, Norbert Nowotny, Gustavo Palacios, Jean Patterson, Janusz Paweska, Susan Payne, Karla Prieto, Bert Rima, Paul Rota, Dennis Rubbenstroth, Martin Schwemmle, Stuart Siddell, Sophie Smither, Qisheng Song, Timothy Song, Mark Stenglein, David Stone, Ayato Takada, Robert Tesh, Luciano Thomazelli, Keizo Tomonaga, Noël Tordo, Jonathan Towner, Nikos Vasilakis, Sonia Vázquez-Morón, Claudio Verdugo, Viktor Volchkov, Victoria Wahl, Peter Walker, David Wang, Lin-Fa Wang, James Wellehan, Michael Wiley, Anna Whitfield, Yuri Wolf, Gongyín Yè, Yong-Zhèn Zhang, Jens H. Kuhn. 2018. Taxonomy of the Order Mononegavirales: Uptate 2018. Archives of Virology pdf

Chapman, C.A., S. Bortolamiol, I. Matsuda, P.A. Omeja, F.P. Paim, R. Sengupta, J.P. Skorupa, and K. Valenta. 2018. Primate population dynamics: variation over space and time. Biodiversity and Conservation. In Press. 10.1007/s10531-017-1489-3 pdf

Bortolamiol, Sarah, Sabrina Krief, Colin A. Chapman, Wilson Kagoro, Andrew Seguya, Marianne Cohen. 2018. Wildlife and spiritual knowledge at the edge of protected areas: raising another voice in conservation. Ethnobiology and Conservation.7: 1-26 doi:10.15451/ec2018-08-7.12-1-26. pdf

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. Landscape Ecology. In Press.

Paim, F.P., K. Valenta, C.A. Chapman, H.L. Queiroz, A.P. Paglia. 2018. Tree community structure reflects niche segregation of three parapatric squirrel monkey species (Saimiri spp.). Primates. DIO / 10.1007/210329-018-0659-6 pdf

Reyna-Hurtado, R., J. Teichroeb, R.U. Hernandez-Sarabia, S.M., Vickers, J.C. Serio-Silva, P. Sicotte, C.A. Chapman. Primates adjust movement strategies due to changing food availability. Behavioral Ecology. In Press. pdf

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. Evolutionary Ecology DOI 10.1007/s10682-017-9919-y pdf

Chaves, Oscar, M., Julio César Bicca-Marques, and Colin A. Chapman. 2018. Quantity and quality of seed dispersal by a large arboreal frugivore in small and large Atlantic forest fragments. PLOS One In Press. pdf

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. 2018. Park isolation in anthropogenic landscapes: Land change and livelihoods at park boundaries in the African Albertine Rift. Regional Environmental Change DOI 10.1007/s10113-017-1250-1 pdf

Cancelliere. E.C., C.A. Chapman, D. Twinomugisha, and J.M. Rothman. 2018. The nutritional value of feeding on crops: Diets of vervet. African Journal of Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/aje.12496 pdf

Aristizabal, John, F. Lévêque, Lucile, Chapman, Colin. A. and Serio-Silva, Juan Carlos. 2018. Temperature impacts on behavior of a Mexican endangered black howler monkey (Primates: Atelidae) in a fragmented landscape. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica. (In Press).

Sengupta, R., Chapman, C. C., Sarkar, D., & Bortolamiol, S. (2018). Automated Extraction of Movement Rationales for Building Agent-Based Models: Example of a Red Colobus Monkey Group. In Agent-Based Models and Complexity Science in the Age of Geospatial Big Data (pp. 59-71): Springer.DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-65993-0_5 pdf

Valenta, K., O. Nevo, and C.A. Chapman. 2018. Primate fruit color: useful concept or alluring myth? International Journal of Primatology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10764-018-0025-y pdf

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. 2018. Annual cycles are the most common reproductive strategy in African tropical tree communities. Biotropica. 50:418-430. pdf

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, T.R. Bonnell, K.A. Brown, and L.J. Chapman. 2018. Solar radiation and ENSO predict fruiting phenology patterns in a 16-year record from Kibale National Park, Uganda. Biotropica. 50:384-395. pdf

Espinosa-Gómez, F.C., J.C. Serio-Silva, J. Santiago-García, C.A. Sandoval-Castro, L.T. Hernández-Salazar, F. Mejía-Varas, J. Ojeda-Cháve, and C.A. Chapman. 2018. Salivary tannin-binding proteins are a pervasive strategy used by the folivorous/frugivorous black howler monkey American Journal of Primatology. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 2018. 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. (In Press).

Kalbitzer, U. and C.A. Chapman. Primate adaptations to changing environments in the Anthropocene. 2018. 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. (In Press).

Chapman, C.A., A. Corriveau, K. Valenta, F. Espinosa-Gómez, and V.A.M. Schoof. 2018. 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. In Press.

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, and S. Bortolamiol. 2018. How variable is a primate`s world: Spatial and temporal variation in potential ecological drivers of behaviour. 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. (In Press).

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. (In Press).

Chapman, C.A., K. Valenta, and A. Corriveau. 2018. 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. (In Press).

2017

Goldberg, T.L., A.J. Bennetta, R. Kityo. J.H. Kuhn, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Kanyawara virus: A novel rhabdovirus infecting newly discovered Nycteribiid bat flies infesting previously unknown Pteropodid bats in Uganda. Scientific Reports. 2017;7:5287. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-05236-w.

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. 2017. An evaluation of the efficacy of two flotation techniques (FLOTAC and Mini-FLOTAC) for the detection of gastrointestinal parasites in howler monkeys. Parasites & Vectors 10:586 DOI 10.1186/s13071-017-2532-7 pdf

Garcia-Feria, L.M. R. Pastor-Nieto, C.A. Chapman, and J. C. Serio-Silva. 2017. Biochemical and hematological evaluation of black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra) in highly degraded landscapes, Mexico. Journal of Medical Primatology

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. 2017. Spider monkeys in human-modified landscapes: the importance of the matrix. Tropical Conservation Science DOI: 10.1177/1940082917719788

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 (In Press).

Aristizabal, John, F. Lévêque, Lucile, Chapman, Colin. A. and Serio-Silva, Juan Carlos. In press. Temperature impacts on behavior of a Mexican endangered black howler monkey (Primates: Atelidae) in a fragmented landscape. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica. pdf.

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. 2017. An evaluation of the efficacy of two flotation techniques (FLOTAC and Mini-FLOTAC) for the detection of gastrointestinal parasites in howler monkeys. Parasites & Vectors 10:586 pdf

Sengupta, R., C.A. Chapman, D. Sarkar, and S. Bortolamiol. 2017 Automated extraction of movement rationales for building agent-based models: Example of a red colobus monkey group.L. Perez et al. (eds.), Agent-Based Models and Complexity Science in the Age of Geospatial Big Data, Advances in Geographic Information Science. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., A.J. Bennetta, R. Kityo. J.H. Kuhn, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Kanyawara virus: a novel rhabdovirus infecting newly discovered Nycteribiid bat flies infesting previously unknown Pteropodid bats in Uganda. Scientific Reports. pdf

Garcia-Feria, L.M. R. Pastor-Nieto, C.A. Chapman, and J. C. Serio-Silva. 2017. Biochemical and hematological evaluation of black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra) in highly degraded landscapes, Mexico. Journal of Medical Primatology pdf

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. 2017. Spider monkeys in human-modified landscapes: the importance of the matrix. Tropical Conservation Science pdf

Valenta, K., D. Twinomugisha, C. Lui, V.A.M. Schoof, T.L. Goldberg, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Comparative gastrointestinal parasites in vervet monkeys. Integrative Zoology. pdf

MacKenzie, C.A., J. Salerno, J. Hartter, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, D.M. Tumusiine, and M. Drake. 2017. Changing perceptions of protected area benefits and troubles around Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal for Environmental Management pdf

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. 2017. Cis-regulatory evolution in a wild primate: Infection associated genetic variation drives differential expression of MHC-DQA1 in vitro. Molecular Ecology 2017:1–13. pdf

Ryan, S.J., M. Palace, J. Hartter, J. Diem, C.A. Chapman, J. Southworth. 2017 Population pressure and global markets drive a decade of forest cover change in Africa’s Albertine Rift. Applied Geography 81:52-59. pdf

Fernandez-Duque, M., C.A. Chapman, K.E. Glander and E. Fernandez-Duque. 2017. Darting primates: step towards procedural and reporting standard. International Journal of Primatology DIO 10.1007/51076-4-9963-2 pdf

Chapman, C.A., A. Corriveau, V.A.M. Schoof, D. Twinomugisha, and K. Valenta. 2017. Long-term simian research and its significance for developing theory and conservation plans. Journal of Mammalogy 98:652-660 (Highlighted by National Geographic). pdf

Krief, S., P. Berny, F. Gumisiriza, R. Gross, B. Demeneix, J.B. Fini, C.A. Chapman. L.J. Chapman, A. Seguya, and J. Wasswa. 2017. 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. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., A.J. Bennetta, R. Kityo. J.H. Kuhn, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. One new species in the genus Ledantevirus (Mononegavirales: Rhabdoviridae). ICTV, On line.

Irwin, M.T., J.-L. Raharison, C.A. Chapman, R., Junge, J.M. and Rothman. 2017. Minerals in the foods and diet of diademed sifakas: Are they nutritional challenges? American Journal of Primatology. 10.1002/ajp.22623 pdf

Valenta, K., O. Nevo, C. Martel, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Plant Attractants: Integrating insights from pollination and seed dispersal ecology. Evolutionary Ecology. DOI 10.1007/s10682-016-9870-3 pdf

Federman, S., M. Sinnott-Armstrong, A.L. Baden, C.A. Chapman, D.C. Daly, A.R. Richard, K. Valenta, M.J. Donoghue. 2017. The paucity of frugivores in Madagascar may not be due to unpredictable temperatures or fruit resources. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0168943. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168943. pdf

Jacob, A.L., M.J. Lechowicz, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Non-native fruit trees facilitate colonization of native forest trees on abandoned farmland. Restoration Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/rec.12414 pdf

Johnson, C.A., D. Raubenheimer, C.A. Chapman, K.J. Tombak, A.J. Reid, and J.M. Rothman. 2017. Macronutrient balancing affects patch departure by guerezas (Colobus guereza). American Journal of Primatology. DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22495 pdf

Chapman, C.A., A. Corriveau, V.A.M. School, F. Pozzan-Paim, and K. Valenta. 2017. Long-term field studies – Africa. In: A. Fuente et al. (eds). International encyclopedia of primatology. Wiley-Blackwell Press, New York. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and K. Valenta. 2017. Habitat use. In: A. Fuente et al. (eds). International Encyclopedia of Primatology. Wiley-Blackwell Press, New York.

Chapman, C.A. and K.M. Milich. 2017. Logging has complex impacts on primates that are often a function of variables unrelated to timber extraction. In: A. Fuente et al. (eds). International encyclopedia of primatology. Wiley-Blackwell Press, New York.

Chapman, C.A. and K. Valenta. (2017). Habitat use (including strata and habitats) in The International Encyclopedia of Biological Anthropology, Wenda Trevathan (ed). John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Matsuda, I., P.C.Y. Shi, J.C.M. Sha, M. Clauss, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Primate resting postures: constraints by foregut fermentation? Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90:383-391. pdf

Koch, F., C.A. Chapman, J.U. Ganzhorn, J.M. Rothman, and C. Fichtel. 2017. Sex and seasonal differences in diet and nutrient intake in Verreaux’s sifakas (Propithecus verreauxi). American Journal of Primatology. pdf

Paim, F.P., C.A. Chapman, H.L. de Queiroz, and A.P. Paglia. 2017. Does resource availability affect the diet and behavior of the endangered squirrel monkey, Saimiri vanzolinii? International Journal of Primatology 38:572–587. pdf

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. 2017. Threats to a rainforest carnivore community: A multi-year assessment of occupancy and co-occurrence in Madagascar. Biological Conservation 210:116-124. pdf

Kininmonth, S., B. Crona, Ö. Bodin, I. Vaccaro, L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Microeconomic relationships between and among fishers and traders influence the ability to respond to social-ecological changes in a small-scale fishery. Ecology and Society. 22:26. Dio.org/10.5751/ES 08833-220226 pdf

Parada-López, J., K. Valenta, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado. 2017. Spider monkey (Ateles geoffroyi) travel to resting trees in a seasonal forest of Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Folia Primatologica. pdf

Kessler, S.E., T.R. Bonnell, R.W. Byrne, and C.A. Chapman. 2017. Selection to outsmart the germs: the evolution of disease recognition and social cognition. Journal of Human Evolution 108:92-109. pdf

2016

Valenta, K., J.A. Gettinger-Larson, C.A. Chapman, and Z. Farris. 2016. Barking up the right tree: understanding local attitudes towards dogs in villages surrounding Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar can benefit applied conservation. Madagascar Conservation and Development. 11: 87-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/mcd.v11i2.4. pdf

Chapman, C.A., S. Friant, K. Godfrey, C. Liu, V.A.M. Schoof, D. Twinomugisha, J.M. Rothman, D. Sarkar, R. Sengupta, K. Valenta, and T.L. Goldberg.. Social behaviour and network of vervet monkeys are influenced by gastrointestinal parasites. PloS One11: e0161113. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., S. Angedakin, G.M. Isabirye Basuta, M. Brown, T.M. Butynski, C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, S. Gunter, I. Kato, J.-M. Krief, S. Krief, J.E. Lambert, K.E. Langergraber, J.C. Mitani, M.N. Muller, S.V. Nelson, P. Omeja, E. Otali, K.B. Potts, E.A. Ross, J.M. Rothman, C. Rowney, E. Sande, T.T. Struhsaker, D. Twinomugisha, D.P. Watts, G. Weny, and R.W. Wrangham. 2016. Remembering Jerry Lwanga: a perspective from his colleagues. International Journal of Primatology37:131-135. pdf

Bonnell, T.R., C. A. Chapman, L. Barrett, P. Henzi, and R. Sengupta. 2016. Interaction between scale and scheduling choices in simulations of spatial agents. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 30:2075-2088. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13658816.2016.1158822. pdf

Janmaat, K.R.L., C. Boesch, R.W. Byrne, C.A. Chapman, Z.B. Goné Bi, J.S. Head, M.M. Robbins, R.W. Wrangham, and L. Polansky. The spatio-temporal complexity of chimpanzee food: how a large-brained primate can counteract the ephemeral nature of its foods. American Journal of Primatology 78:626-645. pdf

Lester, J., S. Paige, C.A. Chapman, M. Gibson, J. Holland-Jones, W.M. Switzer, N. Ting, T.L. Goldberg, and S.D.W. Frost. Assessing commitment and report fidelity in text message-based participatory surveillance in rural Western Uganda. PLoS One 6. E015971. pdf

Wheeler, C.E., P.A. Omeja, C.A. Chapman, S.L. Lewis. Carbon sequestration and biodiversity following active tropical forest restoration: 18 years of change in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Forest Ecology and Management 373:44-55. pdf

Ghai, R.R., M.I. Thurber, A. El-Bakry, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. Multi-method assessment of patients with febrile illness reveals over-diagnosis of malaria in rural Uganda. Malaria Journal 15. pdf

Bonnell, T.R., R.R. Ghai, T.L. Goldberg, R. Sengupta, and C.A. Chapman. Spatial patterns of persistence for environmentally transmitted parasites: effects of regional climate and local landscape. Ecological Modelling 338:78-89. pdf

Omeja, P., M.J. Lawes, A. Corriveau, K. Valenta, D. Sarkar, F.P. Paim, and C.A. Chapman. 2016. Recovery of the animal and plant communities across large scales in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Biotropica 48:770-729. (Featured by National Geographic). pdf

Chapman, C.A., A. DeLuycker, R.A. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, T.B. Smith, K.B. Strier, and T.L. Goldberg. 2016. Safeguarding biodiversity: what works according to the conservation community? Oryx 50:302-307. doi:10.1017/S0030605314000738. pdf

Chapman, C.A., D. Twinomugisha, J.A. Teichroeb, K. Valenta, R. Sengupta, D. Sarkar, and J.M. Rothman. 2016. How do primates survive among humans? Mechanisms employed by vervet monkeys at Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. In: M.T. Waller (ed). Ethnoprimatology. Primate conservation in the 21st century. pp. 77-94. Springer Press, New York. pdf

Valenta, K., C.N. Miller, S.K. Monckton, S.A. Styler, D.J. Jackson, A.D. Melin, C.A. Chapman, and M.J. Lawes. 2016. Fruit ripening signals and cues in a Madagascan dry forest: haptic indicators reliably indicate fruit ripeness to dichromatic lemurs. Evolutionary Biology 43:344-355. pdf

Keigwin, M., V. Wabukawo, S.K. Wasser and C.A. Chapman. 2016. Impacts on transboundary elephant movements between Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda and Park National des Virunga, Democratic Republic of Congo. Pachyderm 57:118-121. pdf

Hartter, J., Dowhaniuk, N., MacKenzie, C.A., Diem, J.E., Palace, M.W., Ryan, S.J., and C.A. Chapman. 2016. Perceptions of risk in communities near parks in an African biodiversity hotspot. Ambio. pdf

Chapman, C.A., A. DeLuycker, R.A. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, T.B. Smith, K.B. Strier, and T.L. Goldberg. 2016. Safeguarding biodiversity: what works according to the conservation community? Oryx 50:302-307. pdf

Simons, N.D., M.J. Ruiz-Lopez, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Goldberg, J.A. Karl, R.W. Wiseman, P.S. Bohn, D.H. O’Connor, and N. Ting. 2016. Rapid identification of major histocompatibility complex class I haplotypes using deep sequencing in an endangered Old World monkey. Conservation Genetic Resources 1:26-26. pdf

Reyna-Hurtado, R., H. Beck, M. Altrichter, C.A. Chapman, T.R. Bonnell, A. Keuroghlian, A.L.J. Desbiez, J.F. Moreira-Ramirez, G. O’Farrill, J. Fragoso, and E.J. Naranjo. 2016. What ecological and anthropogenic factors effect group size in white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu pecari)? Biotropica 48:246-254. pdf

Valenta, K., M.E. Hopkins, M. Meeking, C.A. Chapman, and L.M. Fedigan. 2016. Primary seed dispersal and its influence on adult distributions: Genipa americana dispersed by Cebus capucinus. Journal of Tropical Ecology 32:8-88. pdf

Eria, F.K. et al. 2016. Elephant Conservation Action Plan for Uganda (2016-2026). IUCN, Switzerland. pdf

2015

Ghai, R.R., V. Fugère, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Goldberg, and T.J. Davies. 2015. Sickness behaviour associated with a non-lethal parasite in wild primates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 282: DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2015.1436. pdf

Gomez-Espinosa, F., J.S. Garcia, I.R. Wallis, C.A. Chapman, J.M. Mavil, M.H. Aguilar, D.C. Espinosa, and L.H. Salazar. 2015. Howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata mexicana) produce tannin-binding salivary proteins. International Journal of Primatology 36:1086-1100. DOI: 10.1007/s10764-015-9879-4 pdf

Raubenheimer, D., J.G.E. Machovsky-Capuska, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2015. Geometry of nutrition in field studies: an illustration using wild primates. Oecologica 177:223-234 pdf

Chapman, C.A. and K. Valenta. 2015. The flexibility of togetherness: costs and benefits of group living are neither simple nor linear. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 112:14751–14752. pdf

Ghai, R.R., V. Fugère, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Goldberg, and T.J. Davies. 2015. Infections in wild primates. Atlas of Science. http://atlasofscience.org/798-2/

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, V.A.M. Schoof, and S. Calmé. 2015. A monkey’s life is full of stress: pressures from a disease and the lack of good food and their effects on abundance. http://atlasofscience.org/ http://atlasofscience.org/a-monkeys-life-is-full-of-stress/

Valenta, K., M.E. Hopkins, M. Meeking, C.A. Chapman, and L.M. Fedigan. 2015. Primary seed dispersal and its influence on adult distributions: Genipa americana dispersed by Cebus capucinus. Journal of Tropical Ecology 31:491-498. pdf

Valenta, K., M. Hopkins, M. Meeking, C.A. Chapman, and L.M. Fedigan. 2015. Density-dependent mortality predicts adult tree distributions in a Neotropical angiosperm. Journal of Tropical Ecology. DOI: 10.1017/S0266467415000413.

Valenta, K., K.A. Brown, R.R. Rafaliarison, S.A. Styler, D. Jackson, S.M. Lehman, C.A. Chapman, and A.D. Melin. 2015. Sensory integration during foraging: the importance of fruit hardness, colour, and odour to brown lemurs. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69:1855-1865. pdf

Sarkar, D., C.A. Chapman, L. Griffin, and R. Sengupta. 2015. Analyzing animal movement characteristics from location data. Transactions in GIS 19:510-534. pdf

Bryer, M.A.H., C.A. Chapman, D. Raubenheimer, J.E. Lambert, and J.M. Rothman. 2015. Macronutrient and energy contributions of insects to the diet of a frugivorous monkey (Cercopithecus ascanius). International Journal of Primatology 36:839-854. pdf

Arlet, M.E., C.A. Chapman, L.A. Isbell, F. Molleman, R. Mänd, P. Hõrak, and J.R. Carey. 2015. Social and ecological correlates of parasitic infections in adult male gray-cheeked mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena). International Journal of Primatology 36:967-986. pdf

Mugume, S., G. Isabirye-Basuta, E. Otali, R. Reyna-Hurtado, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. How do human activities influence the status and distribution of terrestrial mammals in forest reserves? Journal of Mammalogy 96:998-1004. pdf

Mugume, S., C.A. Chapman, G.I. Basuta, and E. Otali. 2015. Can we rely on forest reserves for primate conservation? African Journal of Ecology 53:465-472. pdf

Osazuwa-Peters, O.L., I. Jimenez, B. Oberle, C.A. Chapman, and A.E. Zanne. 2015. Selective logging: do rates of forest turnover in stems, species composition and functional traits decrease with time since disturbance? – A 45 year perspective. Forest Ecology and Management 357:10-21. pdf

Valenta, K., T.S. Steffens, R.R. Rafaliarison, S.M. Lehman, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. Seed banks in savanna, forest fragments, and continuous forest edges differ in a tropical dry forest in Madagascar. Biotropica 47: 435-440. pdf

Valenta, K., K.A. Brown, A.D. Melin, S.K. Monckton, S.A. Styler, D.J. Jackson, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. It’s not easy being blue: are there olfactory and visual tradeoffs in plant signaling? PLoS ONE 10: e0131725. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, V.A.M. Schoof, and S. Calmé. 2015. Competing pressures on populations: how disease may interact with food availability and stress to influence animal abundance. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 370: 20140112. pdf

Irwin, M.T., J.-L. Raharison, D.R. Raubenheimer, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2015. The nutritional geometry of resource scarcity: effects of lean seasons and habitat disturbance on nutrient intakes and balancing in wild sifakas. PLoS One DOI 10.137/Journal.pone.0128046. pdf

Genomic resources development consortium, S. Blanchet, O. Bouchez, C.A. Chapman, P.D. Etter, T.L. Goldberg, E.R. Johnson, J.H. Jones, E. Loot, P.A. Omeja, O. Rey, M.J. Ruiz-Lopez, W.M. Switzer, and N. Ting. 2015. Genomic resources notes. Molecular Ecology Resources 15:684. pdf

Osazuwa-Peters, O.L., C.A. Chapman, and A.E. Zanne. 2015. Selective logging: does the imprint remain on tree structure and composition after 45 years? Conservation Physiology 3: (On Line). pdf

Teichroeb, J.A., M.M.J. White, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. Vervet monkey (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) within-group spatial positioning: dominants trade-off predation risk for increased higher food acquisition. International Journal of Primatology 36:154-176. pdf

Gogarten, J.F., A.L. Jacob, R.R. Ghai, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. Group size dynamics over 15+ years in an African forest primate community. Biotropica 47:101-112. pdf

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, T.T. Struhsaker, D. Raubenheimer, D. Twinomugisha, and P.G. Waterman. 2015. Long-term declines in nutritional quality of tropical leaves. Ecology 96:873-878. pdf

Serio-Silva, J.C., E. Olguín-Palacios, L. Garcia-Feria, K. L. Tapia-Fierro, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. Cascading impacts of anthropogenically driven habitat loss: deforestation, flooding, and possible lead poisoning in howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra). Primates 56:29–35. pdf

Hartter, J., S. Ryan, C.A. MacKenzie, A. Goldman, N. Dowhaniuk, M., Palace, J. Diem, and C.A. Chapman. 2015. Now there is no land: A story of ethnic migration in a protected area landscape in western Uganda. Population and Environment 36: 452-479. pdf

Arlet, M.E., L.A. Isbell, A. Kaasik, F. Molleman, R.L. Chancellor, C.A. Chapman, R. Mänd, and J.R. Carey. 2015. Determinants of reproductive performance among female gray-cheeked mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. International Journal of Primatology 36:55-73. pdf

2014

Chapman, C.A., B. van Bavel, C. Boodman, R.R. Ghai, J.F. Gogarten, J. Hartter, L.E. Mechak, P.A. Omeja, S. Poonawala, D. Tuli, and T.L. Goldberg. 2014. Providing healthcare to improve community perceptions of protected areas. Oryx doi:10.1017/S0030605313001592. pdf

Tumukunde, A., R. Reyna-Hurtado, M. Sanvicente, A.I. McCord, E. Rojas-Flores, S. Calmé, T. Goldberg, and C. A. Chapman. 2014. The invisible animal: Kibale National Park´s giant forest hogs in danger of extinction. Suiform Soundings 12: 36-37.

Mikkelson, G.M. and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Individualistic environmental ethics: a reduction ad exstinctum. Environmental Ethics 36:333-338. pdf

Tranquilli, S., M. Abedi-Lartey, K. Abernethy, F. Amsini, L. Arranz, A. Asamoah, O. Babafemi, C. Balangtaa, N. Barakabuye, S. Blake, E. Bouanga, T. Breuer, T. Brncic, G. Campbell, R. Chancellor, C.A. Chapman, T. Davenport, O. Diotoh, A. Dunn, J. Dupain, A. Ekobo, G. Etoga, T. Furuichi, S. Gatti, A. Ghiurghi, C. Hashimoto, J. Hart, T. Hart, J. Head, M. Hega, I. Herbinger, T. C. Hicks, L. H. Holbech, B. Huijbregts, H. Kuehl, I. Imong, S. Le-Duc Yeno, J. Linder, P. Marshall, J. Mba Ayetebe, P. Minasoma, D. Morgan, L. Mubalama, P. N’Goran, A. Nicholas, S. Nixon, E. Nku Manasseh, E. Normand, L. Nziguyimpa, Z. Nzooh-Dogmo, R. Ofori-Amanfo, C. Petre, H. Rainey, S. Regnaut, A. Rundus, C. Sanz, D. Tiku Okon, A. Todd, Y. Warren, and V. Sommer. 2014. Protected areas in tropical Africa: assessing threats and conservation activities. PLoS ONE 9 (12):e114154. pdf

Sibley, S.L., M. Lauck, M.A. Bailey, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, C.A. Chapman, D.H. O’Connor, T.L. Goldberg, and T.C. Friedrich.. 2014. Discovery and characterization of distinct simian pegiviruses in three wild African Old World monkey species. PLoS One 9(6): e98569. pdf

Omeja, P.A., A.L. Jacob, M.J. Lawes, J.S. Lwanga, J.M. Rothman, C. Tumwesigye, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Changes in elephant abundance affect forest composition or regeneration? Biotropica 46:704-711. pdf

Vander Wal, E., D. Garant, S. Calmé, C.A. Chapman, M. Festa-Bianchet, V. Millien, S. Rioux-Paquette, and F. Pelletier. 2014. Applying evolutionary concepts to wildlife disease ecology and management. Evolutionary Applications 9: e98569.

Masette, M., G. Isabirye-Basuta, D. Baranga, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2014. The challenge of interpreting primate diets: mangabey foraging on Blighia unijugata fruit in relation to changing nutrient content. African Journal of Ecology DOI: 10.1111/aje.12174. pdf

Ghai, R.R., N.D. Simons, C.A. Chapman, P.A. Omeja, T.J. Davies, N. Ting, and T.L. Goldberg. 2014. Hidden population structure and cross-species transmission of whipworms (Trichuris sp.) in humans and non-human primates in Uganda. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8(10): e3256. pdf

Ghai, R.R., C.A. Chapman, P.A. Omeja, T.J. Davies, and T.L. Goldberg. 2014. Nodule worm infection in humans and wild primates in Uganda: cryptic species in a newly identified region of human transmission. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8:e2641. pdf

Lauck, M., W.M. Switzer, S.D. Sibley, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, B. Taylor, A. Shankar, N. Ting, C.A. Chapman, T.C. Friedrich, T.L., Goldberg, and D.H. O’Connor. 2014. Discovery and full genome characterization of a new SIV lineage infecting red-tailed guenons (Cercopithecus ascanius schmidti) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Retrovirology 11:55. pdf

Arlet, M.E., L.A. Isbell, F. Molleman, A. Kaasik, R.L. Chancellor, C.A. Chapman, R. Mänd, and J.R. Carey. 2014. Maternal investment and infant survival in gray-cheeked mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena). International Journal of Primatology 35:476-490. pdf

Yildirim, S., C.J. Yeoman, S.C. Janga, S.M. Thomas, M. Ho, L. Mugisha, S.R. Leigh, Primate Microbiome Consortium, B.A White, B.A Wilson, and R.M. Stumpf. 2014. Primate vaginal microbiomes exhibit species specificity without universal Lactobacillus dominance. International Society for Microbial Ecology doi:10:1038/ismej.2014.90. pdf

Gogarten, J.F., T.R. Bonnell, M. Campenni, M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Increasing group size alters behaviour of a folivorous primate. International Journal of Primatology 35:590-608. pdf

Hanya, G., M. Fuse, S.-I. Aiba, H. Takafumi, R. Tsujino, N. Agetsuma, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Ecosystem impacts of folivory and frugivory by Japanese macaques in two temperate forests in Takushima. American Journal of Primatology 76:596–607. pdf

Milich, K.M., R.M. Stumpf, J.M. Chambers and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Female red colobus monkeys maintain their densities through flexible feeding strategies in logged forests in Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154:52-60. pdf

Dáttilo, W., J.C. Serio-Silva, C.A. Chapman, and V. Rico-Gray. 2014. Highly nested diets in intrapopulation monkey-resource food webs. Journal of Primatology 76:670–678. pdf

González-Hernández, M., P. Américo, D. Dias, A. Rangel-Negrín, D. Canales-Espinosa, V.A.M Schoof, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Transmission patterns of pinworms in two sympatric congeneric primate species. International Journal of Primatology 35:445-462. pdf

Teichroeb, J.A. and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Sensory information and associative cues used in food detection by wild vervet monkeys. Animal Cognition 17:517-528. pdf

Milich, K.M., J.M. Bahr, R.M. Stumpf, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Timing is everything: expanding the cost-of-sexual-attraction hypothesis. Animal Behaviour 88:219-224. pdf

González-Zamora, A., V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, F. Escobar, M. Rös, K. Oyama, G. Ibarra-Manríquez, K.E. Stoner, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Contagious deposition of seeds in spider monkeys sleeping trees limits effective seed dispersal in fragmented landscapes. PLoS ONE 9: e89346. pdf

Bailey, A.L., M. Lauck, A. Weiler, S.D. Sibley, J. Dinis, Z. Bergman, A.L. Hughes, C.W. Nelson, M. Correll, M, Gleicher, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, C. A. Chapman, J. Kuhn, T.C. Friedrich, T.L. Goldberg, and D.H. O’Connor. 2014. High genetic diversity and adaptive potential of two simian hemorrhagic fever viruses in a wild primate population. PLoS ONE 9: e90714. pdf

Irwin, M.T., J-L. Raharison, D. Raubenheimer, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2014. Nutritional correlates of the “lean season”: effects of seasonality and frugivory on the nutritional ecology of diademed sifakas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153:78-91. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T.V. Snaith, and J.F. Gogarten. 2014. How ecological conditions affect the abundance and social organization of folivorous monkeys. In: J. Yamagiwa and L. Karczmarski (eds). Primates and cetaceans: field research and conservation of complex mammalian societies. Springer, New York. Pp. 3-23. pdf

McCord, A., C.A. Chapman, G. Weny, A. Tumukunde, D. Hyeroba, K. Klotz, A.S. Koblings, D.N.M. Mbora, M. Cregger, B.A. White, S.R. Leigh, and T.L. Goldberg. 2014. Fecal microbiomes of non-human primates in western Uganda reveal species-specific communities largely resistant to habitat perturbation. American Journal of Primatology 76: 347-354. pdf

Chapman, C. A. 2014. The evolution of a conservation biologist. In: K.B. Strier (ed). Primate Ethnographies. Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River. Pp. 218-227. pdf

2013

Ghai, R.R., S.D. Sibley, M. Lauck, J.M. Dinis, A.L. Bailey, C.A. Chapman, P. Omeja, T.C. Freidrich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg. 2013. Deep sequencing identifies two genotypes and high viral genetic diversity of human pegivirus (GB Virus C) in rural Ugandan patients. Journal of General Virology 94:2670-2678.

Twinomugisha, D., M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Deriving conservation status for a high altitude population: Golden monkeys of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. In: N.B. Grow, S. Gursky-Doyen, and A. Krzton (eds). High altitude primates. Springer, New York. Pp. 227-243. pdf

Bonnell, T.R., C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, M.D. Wasserman, M. Campenni, J. Gogarten, J. Teichroeb, and R. Sengupta. 2013. Emergent group level navigation: an agent-based evaluation of movement patterns in a folivorous primate. PLoSOne 8:e78264. pdf

Vaccaro, I., C.A. Chapman, E.A. Nyboer, M. Luke, A. Byekwaso, C. Morgan, D. Mbabazi, D. Twinomugisha, and L.J. Chapman. 2013. An interdisciplinary method to harmonizing ecology, economy, and co-management: fisheries exploitation in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. African Journal of Aquatic Science 38:97-104. pdf

Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, T.L. Goldberg, and T.E. Ziegler. 2013. Physiological and behavioral effects of capture darting on red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) with a comparison to chimpanzee predation. International Journal of Primatology 34:1020-1031. pdf

Wasserman, M.D., K. Milton, and C.A. Chapman. 2013. The potential roles of estrogenic plants in primate ecology and evolution. International Journal of Primatology 34:861-878.

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell., R. Sengupta, T.L. Goldberg, and J.M. Rothman. 2013. Is Markhamia lutea’s abundance determined by animal foraging? Forest Ecology and Management 308:62-66. pdf

Arroyo-Rodriguez, V., E. Cuesta-del Moral, S. Mandujano, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, and L. Fahrig. 2013. Assessing habitat fragmentation effects for primates: the importance of evaluating questions at the correct scale. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York. Pp.13-32. pdf

Chapman, C.A., R.R. Ghai, R. Reyna-Hurtado, A.L. Jacob, S.M. Koojo, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and T.L. Goldberg. 2013. Going, going, gone: a 15-year history of the decline in abundance of primates in forest fragments. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York. Pp. 89-104. pdf

Baranga, D., C.A. Chapman, P. Mucunguzi, and R. Reyna-Hurtado. 2013. Fragments and food: red-tailed monkey abundance in forest fragments of Central Uganda. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York. Pp. 213-226. pdf

Marsh, L.K., C. A. Chapman, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, A.K. Cobden, J. Dunn, D. Gabriel, R.R. Ghai, V. Nijman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Silva-Lopez, and M. D. Wasserman. 2013. Primates in fragments ten years later: once and future goals. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York. Pp. 503-524. pdf

Pozo-Montuy, G., J.C. Serio-Silva, C.A. Chapman, and Y.M. Bonilla-Sánchez. 2013. Resource use in a landscape matrix by an arboreal primate: evidence of supplementation in Alouatta pigra. International Journal of Primatology 34:714-731. pdf

Lauck, M., W.M. Switzer, S.D. Sibley, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, B. Taylor, A. Shankar, N. Ting, C.A. Chapman, T.C. Friedrich, T.L. Goldberg, and D.H. O’Connor. 2013. Discovery and full genome characterization of two highly divergent simian immunodeficiency viruses infecting black-and-white colobus monkeys (Colobus guereza) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Retrovirology 10: 107 doi:10.1186/1742-4690-10-107. pdf

Lauck, M., S.D. Sibley, J. Lara, M.A. Purdy, Y. Khudyakov, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, W.M. Switzer, C.A. Chapman, A.L. Hughes, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg. 2013. A novel hepacivirus with an unusually long and intrinsically disordered NS5A protein in a wild Old World primate. Journal of Virology 87:8971-8981. pdf

Bonnell, T.R., P. Dutilleul, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, R. Uriel Hernández-Sarabia, and R. Sengupta. 2013. Analysing small-scale aggregation in animal visits in space and time: the ST-BBD method. Animal Behaviour 85:483-492. pdf

Thurbera, M.I., R.R. Ghai, D. Hyeroba, G. Weny, A. Tumukunde, C.A. Chapman, R.W. Wiseman, J. Dinis, J. Steeil, E.C. Greiner, T.C. Friedich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg. 2013. Co-infection and cross-species transmission of divergent Hepatocystis lineages in a wild African primate community. International Journal for Parasitology 43:613-619. pdf

Valtonen, A., F. Molleman, C.A. Chapman, J.R. Carey, M.P. Ayres and H. Roininen. 2013. Tropical phenology: bi-annual rhythms and interannual variation in an Afrotropical butterfly assemblage. Ecosphere 4:1-28. pdf

Hanya, G. and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Linking feeding ecology and abundance: a review of primate resource limitation. Ecological Research 28:183-190. pdf

Duclos, V., S. Boudreau and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Shrub cover influence on seedling growth and survival following logging of a tropical forest. Biotropica 45:419-426. pdf

Miyamoto, M.M., J.A. Allen, N. Ting, J.F. Gogarten, and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Microsatellite DNA suggests that group size affects sex-biased dispersal patterns in red colobus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 75:478–490. pdf

Bryer, M.A., C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2013. Diet and polyspecific associations affects spatial patterns among redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius). Behaviour 150:277-293. pdf

Felton, A.M., A. Felton, D.I. Rumiz, M. Pena-Claros, N. Villaroel, C.A. Chapman, and D.B. Lindenmayer. 2013. Commercial harvesting of Ficus timber – an emerging threat to frugivorous wildlife and sustainable forestry. Biological Conservation 159:96-. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, J.F. Gogarten, J.E. Lambert, P.A. Omeja, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and J.M. Rothman. 2013. Are primates ecosystem engineers? International Journal of Primatology 34:1-14. pdf

Serio-Silva, J.C., Y.M. Bonilla-Sanchez, G. Pozo-Montuy, R. Reyna-Hurtado, and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Identifying areas for ecotourism and conservation of threatened species: the model of black howler monkey in Playas de Catazajá, Mexico. In: A. Yañez-Arancibia, R. Dávalos-Sotelo, and E. Reyes (eds). Ecological dimension for sustainable socioeconomic development. WIT Press, Southampton. Pp. 347-368. pdf

Lauck, M., S.D. Sibley, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, C.A. Chapman, N. Ting, W.M. Switzer, J.H. Kuhn, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg. 2013. Exceptional simian hemorrhagic fever virus diversity in a wild African primate community. Journal of Virology 87:688-691. pdf

2012

Chapman, C.A., J.M. Rothman, and J.E. Lambert. 2012. Food as a selective force in primates. In: J. Mitani, J. Call, P. Kappeler, R. Palombit, J. Silk (eds). The evolution of primate societies. Chicago University Press, Chicago. Pp. 149-168. pdf

Ryan, A., C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2012. How do differences in species and part consumption affect diet nutrient concentrations? A test with red colobus monkeys in Kibale National Park, Uganda. African Journal of Ecology 51:1-10. pdf

Laurence, W.F., D.C. Useche, J. Rendeiro, M. Kalka, C.J. Bradshaw, S.P. Sloan, S.G. Laurance, M. Campbell, K. Abernethy, P. Abernethy, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, et al. 2012. Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas. Nature 489:290-294. pdf

Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, D.J. Wittwer and T.E. Ziegler. 2012. Estrogenic plant consumption predicts red colobus monkey (Procolobus rufomitratus) hormonal state and behavior. Hormones and Behaviour 62:553-569. pdf

González-Zamora, A., V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, K. Oyama, V. Sork, C.A. Chapman, and K.E. Stoner. 2012. Sleeping sites and latrines of spider monkeys in continuous and fragmented tropical rainforests: implications for seed dispersal and forest regeneration. PLoSOne 7: e46852. pdf

Allen, J.M., M.M. Miyamoto, J. Akwarius, K. Margarini, J. Unvari-Martin, T. Carter, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Primate DNA suggests long-term stability of an African rainforest. Ecology and Evolution 2:2829-2842. pdf

Gogarten, J.F., L.M. Brown, C.A. Chapman, M. Cords, D. Doran-Sheehy, L.M. Fedigan, F.E. Grine, S. Perry, A.E. Pusey, E.H.M. Sterck, S.A. Wich, and P.C. Wright. 2012. Seasonal mortality patterns in non-human primates: implications for variation in selection pressures across environments. Evolution 66:3256-3266. pdf

Gogarten, J.F., M. Guzman, C.A. Chapman, A.L. Jacob, P.A. Omeja, and J.M. Rothman. 2012. What is the predictive power of the colobine protein-to-fiber model and its conservation value? Tropical Conservation Science 5:381-393. pdf

Ghai, R.R. and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Meet the parasites: genetic approaches uncover new insights in parasitology. Taprobanica 4:60-64. pdf

Hodder, S.A.M. and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Do nematode infections of red colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus) and black-and-white colobus (Colobus guereza) on humanized forest edges differ from those on nonhumanized forest edges? International Journal of Primatology 33:845-859. pdf

Scholl, K., J.M. Allen, F. Leendertz, C.A. Chapman, and D.L. Reed. 2012. Variable microsatellite loci for population genetic analysis of old world monkey lice (Pedicinus sp.). Journal of Parasitology 98:930-937. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and J.A. Teichroeb. 2012. What influences the size of groups in which primates choose to live? Nature Education Knowledge 3:9.

Chapman, C.A. and J.F. Gogarten. 2012. Primate conservation: is the cup half empty or half full? Nature Education Knowledge 4:7.

Salyer, S.J., C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. 2012. Epidemiology and molecular relationships of Cryptosporidium spp. in people, primates, and livestock from western Uganda. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6:e1597. pdf

Evans, D.M., P. Barnard, L.P. Koh, C.A. Chapman, R. Altwegg, T.W.J. Garner, M.E. Gompper, I.J. Gordon, T.E. Katzner, and N. Pettorelli. 2012. Funding nature conservation: who pays? Animal Conservation 15:215-216. pdf

Ryan, S.J., J.S. Brashares, C. Walsh, K. Milbers, C. Kilroy, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. A survey of gastrointestinal parasites of olive baboons (Papio anubis) in human settlement areas of Mole National Park, Ghana. Journal of Parasitology 98:885-888. pdf

Wasserman, M.D., A. Taylor-Gutt, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, and D.C. Leitman. 2012. Estrogenic plant foods of red colobus monkeys and mountain gorillas in Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148:88-97. pdf

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, and P.J. van Soest. 2012. Methods in primate nutritional ecology: a user’s guide. International Journal of Primatology 33:542-566. pdf

Bonilla-Sanchez, Y.M., J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Howlers are able to survive in Eucalyptus plantations where remnant and regenerating vegetation is available. International Journal of Primatology 33:233-245. pdf

Hartter, J., M.D. Stampone, S.J. Ryan, K. Kirner, C.A. Chapman, and A. Goldman. 2012. Patterns and perceptions of climate change around a biodiversity hotspot. PlosOne 7:e32408. pdf

Omeja, P.A., J. Obua, A. Rwetsiba, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Biomass accumulation in tropical lands with different disturbance histories: contrasts within one landscape and across regions. Forest Ecology and Management 269:293-300. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., S. Paige, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. The Kibale EcoHealth Project: exploring connections among human health, animal health, and landscape dynamics in Western Uganda. In: A.A. Aguirre, P. Daszak, and R.S. Ostfeld (eds). New directions in conservation medicine: applied cases of ecological health. Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 452-465. pdf

Reyna-Hurtado, R., C.A. Chapman, S. Calmé, and E.J. Pedersen. 2012. Searching in heterogeneous and limiting environments: foraging strategies of white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari). Journal of Mammalogy 93:124-133. pdf

MacKenzie, C., C.A. Chapman, and R. Sengupta. 2012. Spatial patterns of illegal resource extraction in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Environmental Conservation 39:38-50. pdf

Baranga, D., G. Isabirye-Basuta, J.A. Teichroeb, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Crop raiding patterns of solitary and social groups of red-tailed monkeys on cocoa pods in Uganda. Tropical Conservation Science 5:104-111. pdf

Janmaat, K.R.L., C.A. Chapman, R. Meijer, and K. Zuberbuhler. 2012. The use of fruiting synchrony by foraging mangabey monkeys: a ‘simple tool’ to find fruit. Animal Cognition 15:83-96. pdf

Tombak, K.H., A.J. Reid, C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Johnson, and R. Reyna-Hurtado. 2012. Patch depletion behavior differs between sympatric folivorous primates. Primates 53:57-64. pdf

2011

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, R.R. Ghai, J. Hartter, A.L. Jacob, J.S. Lwanga, P.A. Omeja, J.M. Rothman, and D. Twinomugisha. 2011. Complex responses to climate and anthropogenic changes: an evaluation based on long-term data from Kibale National Park, Uganda. In: A. Plumptre (ed). The ecological impact of long-term changes in Africa’s Rift Valley. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York. Pp. 70-87. pdf

Chapman, C.A., D.D. Bowman, R.R. Ghai, T.L. Goldberg, J.F. Gogarten, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, and C. Walsh. 2011. Protozoan parasites in group-living primates: testing the biological island hypothesis. American Journal of Primatology 74:510-517. pdf

Bonnell, T.R., R. Sengupta, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. 2011. Linking disease to landscapes: an agent-based model simulating the impact of forest composition on the spread of disease in red colobus monkeys. Proceedings of ICA-ISPRS 2011. Joint Workshop, Burnaby, Canada. Pages 143-167. pdf

Naughton, L., J. Alix-Garcia, and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Lessons about parks and poverty from a decade of forest loss and economic growth around Kibale National Park, Uganda. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 108:13919–13924. pdf

Lauck, M., D. O’Connor, T. Friedrich, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, S.M. Lank, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. 2011. Novel, divergent simian hemorrhagic fever viruses in a wild Ugandan red colobus monkey discovered using unbiased direct pyrosequencing. PLoS One 6:e19056. pdf

Hanya, G., P. Stevenson, M. van Noordwijk, S.T. Wong, T. Kanamori, N. Kuze, S. Aiba, C.A. Chapman, and C. van Schaik. 2011. Seasonality in fruit availability affects frugivorous primate biomass and species richness. Ecography 34:1009-1017. pdf

Rothman, J.M., D. Raubenheimer, and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Nutritional geometry: gorillas prioritize non-protein energy while consuming surplus protein. Biology Letters 7:847-849. pdf

Hartter, J., S.J. Ryan, J. Southworth, and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Landscapes as continuous entities: forest disturbance and recovery in the Albertine Rift landscape. Landscape Ecology 26:877-890. pdf

O’Farrill, G.X., C.A. Chapman, and A. Gonzalez. 2011. Origin and deposition sites influence seed germination and seedling survival of Manilkara zapota: implications for long-distance animal mediated seed dispersal. Seed Science Research 21:305-313. pdf

Omeja, P.A., J.S. Lwanga, J. Obua, and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Fire control as a simple means of promoting tropical forest restoration. Tropical Conservation Science 4:287-299.

Stampone, M., J. Hartter, C.A. Chapman, and S.J. Ryan. 2011. Trends and ariability in localized precipitation around Kibale National Park, Uganda, Africa. Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences 3:14-23. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 2011. Professor Toshisada Nishida, a pioneer and a leading scientist in primatology. Primates 52:397-398.

Bonnell, T.R., R. Reyna-Hurtado, and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Post-logging recovery time is longer than expected in an East African tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 261:855-864.

Omeja, P.A., C.A. Chapman, J. Obua, J.S. Lwanga, A.L. Jacob, F. Wanyama, and R. Mugenyi. 2011. Intensive treeplanting facilitates tropical forest biodiversity and biomass accumulation in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Forest Ecology and Management 261:703-709.

Struhsaker, T.T., C.A. Chapman, and T.R. Pope. 2011. Healthy baboon with no upper jaw or nose: an extreme case of adaptability in the Kibale National Park, Uganda. Primates 52:15-18. pdf

Russo, S.S. and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Primate seed dispersal: linking behavioural ecology and forest community structure. In: C.J. Campbell, A.F. Fuentes, K.C. MacKinnon, M. Panger, and S. Bearder (eds). Primates in perspective. Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 523-534. pdf

2010

Bonnell, T.R., R.R. Sengupta, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. 2010. An agent-based model of red colobus resources and disease dynamics implicates key resource sites as hot spots of disease transmission. Ecological Modelling 221:2491-2500. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T.T. Struhsaker, J.P. Skorupa, T.V. Snaith, and J.M. Rothman. 2010. Understanding long-term primate community dynamics: implications of forest change. Ecological Applications 20:179-191. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A.L. Jacob, J.M. Rothman, P. Omeja, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J. Hartter, and M.J. Lawes. 2010. Tropical tree community shifts: implications for wildlife conservation. Biological Conservation 143:366-374. pdf

Wanyama, F., R. Muhabwe, A.J. Plumptre, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2010. Censusing large mammals in Kibale National Park: evaluation of the intensity of sampling required to determine change. African Journal of Ecology 48:953-961. pdf

Harris, T.R., C.A. Chapman, and S.L. Monfort. 2010. Small folivorous primate groups exhibit behavioral and physiological effects of food scarcity. Behavioral Ecology 21:46-56. pdf

Southworth, J., J. Hartter, M. Binford, A. Goldman, C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, J. Hartter, A.P. Omeja, and E. Binford. 2010. Parks, people and pixels: Evaluating landscape effects of an East African national park on its surroundings. Tropical Conservation Science 3:122-142. pdf

Chapman, C.A., M.L. Speirs, S.A.M. Hodder, and J.M. Rothman. 2010. Colobus parasite infections in wet and dry habitats: implications for climate change. African Journal of Ecology 48:555-558. pdf

Behie, A.M., M.S.M. Pavelka, and C.A. Chapman. 2010. Sources of variation in fecal cortisol levels in howler monkeys in Belize. American Journal of Primatology 72:600-606. pdf

Houle, A., C.A. Chapman, and W.L. Vickery. 2010. Intratree vertical variation of fruit density and the nature of contest competition in frugivores. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 64:429-441. pdf

Reyna-Hurtado, R., E. Naranjo, C.A. Chapman, and G.W. Tanner. 2010. Hunting and the conservation of a social ungulate: the white-lipped peccary Tayassu pecari in Calakmul, Mexico. Oryx 44:89-96. pdf

2009

Potts, K.B., C.A. Chapman, and J.S. Lwanga. 2009. Floristic heterogeneity between forested sites in Kibale National Park, Uganda: insights into fine-scale determinants of density in a large bodied frugivorous primate. Journal of Animal Ecology 78:1269-1277. pdf

Baranga, D., C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Kasenene. 2009. The structure and status of forest fragments outside protected areas in central Uganda. African Journal of Ecology 47:664-669. pdf

Omeja, P.A., C.A. Chapman, and J. Obua. 2009. Enrichment planting does not improve tree restoration when compared with natural regeneration in a former pine plantation in Kibale National Park, Uganda. African Journal of Ecology 47:650-65. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., D.M. Sintasath, C.A. Chapman, K.M. Cameron, W.B. Karesh, S. Tang, N.D. Wolfe, I.B. Rwego, N. Ting, and W.M. Switzer. 2009. Coinfection of Ugandan red colobus (Procolobus [Piliocolobus] rufomitratus tephrosceles) with novel, divergent delta-, lenti-, and spumaretroviruses. Journal of Virology 83:11318-11329. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and J.M. Rothman. 2009. Within-species differences in primate social structure: evolution of plasticity and phylogenetic constraints. Primates 50:12-2. pdf

Olupot, W., R. Barigyira, and C.A. Chapman. 2009. The status of anthropogenic threat at the people-park interface of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda. Environmental Conservation 36:41-50. pdf

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, J.L. Hansen, D.J. Cherney, and A.N. Pell. 2009. Rapid assessment of the nutritional value of mountain gorilla foods: applying near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy to primatology. International Journal of Primatology 30:729-742. pdf

Harris, T.R., D. Caillaud, C.A. Chapman, and L. Vigilant. 2009. Neither genetic nor observational data alone are sufficient for understanding sex-biased dispersal in a social-group-living species. Molecular Ecology 18:1777-1790. pdf

Chapman, C.A., J.M. Rothman, and S.A.M. Hodder. 2009. Can parasites be a selective force influencing primate group size? A test with red colobus. In: M.A. Huffman and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primate parasite ecology: the dynamics and study of host-parasite relationships. Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 423-440. pdf

Chapman, C.A., S.A.M. Hodder, and J.M. Rothman. 2009. Host-parasite dynamics: connecting primate field data to theory. In: M.A. Huffman and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primate parasite ecology: the dynamics and study of host-parasite relationships. Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 463-484. pdf

Chapman, C.A., M.A. Huffman, S.J. Ryan, R. Sengupta, and T.L. Goldberg. 2009. Ways forward in the study of primate disease ecology. In: M.A. Huffman and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primate parasite ecology: the dynamics and study of host-parasite relationships. Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 487-506. pdf

Hasegawa, H., C.A. Chapman, and M.A. Huffman. 2009. Useful diagnostic references and images of protozoans, helminths, and nematodes commonly found in wild primates. In: M.A. Huffman and C.A. Chapman (eds). Primate parasite ecology: the dynamics and study of host-parasite relationships. Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 507-513. pdf

2008

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, P. Omeja, and D. Twinomugisha. 2008. Long-term studies reveal the conservation potential for integrating habitat restoration and animal nutrition. In: R.W. Wrangham and E. Ross (eds). Science and conservation in African forests: The benefits of long- term research. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 51-62. pdf

Snaith, T.V. and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Red colobus monkeys display alternative behavioural responses to the costs of scramble competition. Behavioural Ecology 19:1289-1296. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, L.S. Kaufman, F. Witte, and J. Balirwa. 2008. Biodiversity conservation in African inland waters: lessons of the Lake Victoria region. Proceedings-International Association Theoretical and Applied Limnology 30:16-34. pdf

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, J.E. Lambert, and T. Goldberg. 2008. Measuring physical traits of primates remotely: the use of parallel lasers. American Journal of Primatology 70:1191-1195. pdf

Jacob, A.L., I. Vaccaro, R. Sengupta, J. Hartter, and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Integrating landscapes that have experienced rural depopulation and ecological homogenization into tropical conservation planning. Tropical Conservation Science 1:307-320. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., T.R. Gillespie, I.B. Rwego, E.L. Estoff, and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Forest fragmentation as cause of bacterial transmission among non-human primates, humans, and livestock, Uganda. Emerging Infectious Diseases 14:1375-1382. pdf

Twinomugisha, D. and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Golden monkey ranging in relation to spatial and temporal variation in food availability: implication for conservation. African Journal of Ecology 46:585-593. pdf

Bezjian, M., T.R. Gillespie, C.A. Chapman, and E.C. Greiner. 2008. Gastrointestinal parasites of forest baboons, Papio anubis, in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44:878-887.

Arlet, M.E., F. Molleman, and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Mating tactics in male grey-cheeked mangabeys (Lophocebus ugandae). Ethology 114:851-862. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., C.A. Chapman, K. Cameron, T. Saj, W. Karesh, N. Wolfe, S.W. Wong, M.E. Dubois, and M.K. Slifka. 2008. Serologic evidence for a novel poxvirus in endangered red colobus monkeys. Emerging Infectious Diseases 14:801-803. pdf

Lawes, M.J., M.E. Griffiths, J.J. Midgley, S. Boudreau, H.A.C. Eeley, and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Tree spacing and area of competitive influence do not scale with tree size in an African rainforest. Journal of Vegetation Science 19:729-738. pdf

Chapman, C.A., K. Kitajima, A.E. Zanne, L.S. Kaufman, and M.J. Lawes. 2008. A 10-yr evaluation of the functional basis for regeneration habitat preference of trees in an African evergreen forest. Forest Ecology and Management 225:3790-3796. pdf

Snaith, T.V., C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman, and M.D. Wasserman. 2008. Bigger groups have fewer parasites and similar cortisol levels: a multi-group analysis in red colobus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 70:1-9. pdf

Aureli, F., C.M. Schffner, C. Boesch, S.K. Bearder, J. Call, C.A. Chapman, R. Connor, A. Di Fiore, R.I.M. Dunbar, S.P. Henzi, K. Holekamp, A.H. Korstjens, R. Layton, P. Lee, J. Lehmann, J.H. Manson, G. Ramos-Fernandez, K.B. Strier, and C.P. Van Schaik. 2008. Fission-fusion dynamics: new research frameworks. Current Anthropology 49:627-654. pdf

Gillespie, T.R. and C.A. Chapman. 2008. Forest fragmentation, the decline of an endangered primate, and changes in host-parasite interactions relative to an unfragmented forest. American Journal of Primatology 70:222-230. pdf

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, and A.N. Pell. 2008. Fiber-bound nitrogen in gorilla diets: implications for estimating dietary protein intake of primates. American Journal of Primatology 70:690-694. pdf

Box, H., T.M. Butynski, C.A. Chapman, J.S. Lwanga J.F. Oates, R. Rudran, and P.M. Waser. 2008. Thomas T. Struhsaker recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award of the International Primatological Society 2006. International Journal of Primatology 29:13-19. pdf

2007

Chapman, C.A., T.L. Saj, and T.V. Snaith. 2007. Temporal dynamics of nutrition, parasitism, and stress in colobus monkeys: implications for population regulation and conservation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134:240-250. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L. Naughton-Treves, M.J. Lawes, M.D. Wasserman, and T.R. Gillespie. 2007. The conservation value of forest fragments: explanations for population declines of the colobus of western Uganda. International Journal of Primatology 28:513-528.

Lawes, M.J., R. Joubert, M.E. Griffiths, S. Boudreau, and C.A. Chapman. 2007. The effect of the spatial scale of recruitment on tree diversity in Afromontane forest fragments. Biological Conservation 139:447-456. pdf

Snaith, T.V. and C.A. Chapman. 2007. Primate group size and socioecological models: do folivores really play by different rules? Evolutionary Anthropology 16:94-106. pdf

Houle, A., C.A. Chapman, and W.L. Vickery. 2007. Intratree variation in fruit production and implication for primate foraging. International Journal of Primatology 28:1197-1217. pdf

Goldberg, T.L., T.R. Gillespie, I.B. Rwego, E.R. Wheeler, E.L. Estoff, and C.A. Chapman. 2007. Patterns of gastrointestinal bacterial exchange between chimpanzees and humans involved in research and tourism in western Uganda. Biological Conservation 135:511-517. pdf

Saj, T.L., S. Marteinson, P. Sicotte, and C.A. Chapman. 2007. Controversy over the application of current socioecological theory to folivorous primates: Colobus vellerosus fits the predictions. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 133:994-1003. pdf

Arlet, M., F. Molleman, and C.A. Chapman. 2007. Indications for female mate choice in grey-cheeked mangabeys L. albigena johnstoni in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Acta Ethologica 10:89-95. pdf

Harris, T.R. and C.A. Chapman. 2007. Variation in the diet and ranging behavior of black-and-white colobus monkeys: implications for theory and conservation. Primates 48:208-221. pdf

Bradley, B.J., M. Stiller, D.M. Doran-Sheehy, T. Harris, C.A. Chapman, L. Vigilant, and H. Poinar. 2007. Plant DNA sequences from feces: potential means for assessing diets of wild animals. American Journal of Primatology 69:699-705. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and S.E. Russo. 2007. Primate seed dispersal: Linking behavioural ecology and forest community structure. In: C.J. Campbell, A.F. Fuentes, K.C. MacKinnon, M. Panger, and S. Bearder (eds). Primates in perspective. Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 510-525. pdf

Twinomugisha, D. and C.A. Chapman. 2007. Golden monkey populations decline despite improved protection in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. African Journal of Ecology 45:220-224. pdf

2006

Chapman, C.A., M.D. Wasserman, T.R. Gillespie, M.L. Speirs, M.J. Lawes, T.L. Saj, and T.E. Ziegler. 2006. Do nutrition, parasitism, and stress have synergistic effects on red colobus populations living in forest fragments? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 131:525-534. pdf

Chapman, C.A., M.J. Lawes, and H.A.C. Eeley. 2006. What hope for African primate diversity? African Journal of Ecology 44:1-18. pdf

Naughton, L., D.M. Kammen, and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Burning biodiversity: woody biomass use by commercial and subsistence groups in western Uganda. Biological Conservation 134:232-241. pdf

Houle, A., W.L. Vickery, and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Mechanisms of coexistence among two species of frugivorous primates. Journal of Animal Ecology 75:1034-1044. pdf

Rode, K.D., C.A. Chapman, L.R. McDowell, and C. Stickler. 2006. The role of nutrition in population regulation: a comparison of redtail monkeys diets and densities across habitats and logging intensities. Biotropica 38:625-634.

Butynski, T. and Members of the Primate Specialist Group. 2006. Colobus guereza. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2006. www.iucnredlist.org.

Worman, C.O. and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Densities of two frugivorous primates with respect to forest and fragment tree species composition and fruit availability. International Journal of Primatology 27:203-225. pdf

Twinomugisha, D., C.A. Chapman, M.J. Lawes, C. Worman, and L. Danish. 2006. How does the golden monkey of the Virungas cope in a fruit scarce environment? In: E. Newton-Fisher, H. Notman, V. Reynolds, and J.D. Patterson (eds). Primates of western Uganda. Springer, New York. Pp. 45-60. pdf

Chapman, C.A., M.D. Wasserman, and T.R. Gillespie. 2006. Behavioural patterns of colobus in logged and unlogged forests: the conservation value of harvested forests. In: E. Newton-Fisher, H. Notman, V. Reynolds, and J.D. Patterson (eds). Primates of western Uganda. Springer, New York. Pp. 373-390. pdf

Olupot, W. and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Human encroachment and vegetation change in isolated forest reserves: the case study of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda. In: W.F. Laurance and C. Peres (eds). Emerging threats to tropical forests. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Pp. 127-142. pdf

Rode, K.D., P.I. Chiyo, C.A. Chapman, and L.R. McDowell. 2006. Nutritional ecology of elephants in Kibale National Park, Uganda and its relationship with crop-raiding behaviour. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22:1-9. pdf

Gillespie, T.R. and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Prediction of parasite infection dynamics in primate metapopulations based on attributes of forest fragmentation. Conservation Biology 20:441-448. pdf

Lawes, M.J. and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Does the herb Acanthus pubescens and/or elephants suppress tree regeneration in disturbed Afrotropical forests? Forest Ecology and Management 221:274-284. pdf

Chapman, C.A., M.L. Speirs, T.R. Gillespie, T. Holland, and K.M. Austad. 2006. Life on the edge: gastrointestinal parasites from forest edge and interior primate groups. American Journal of Primatology 68:397-409. pdf

Danish, L., C.A. Chapman, M.B. Hall, K.D. Rode, and C.O. Worman. 2006. The role of sugar in diet selection in redtail and red colobus monkeys. In: G. Hohmann, M.M. Robbins and C. Boesch (eds). Feeding ecology in apes and other primates: ecological, physical, and behavioral aspects. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 471-485. pdf

Pavelka, M.S.M. and C.A. Chapman. 2006. Population structure of black howlers (Alouatta pigra) in southern Belize and responses to Hurricane Iris. In: A. Estrada, P.A. Garber, M.S.M. Pavelka, and L.G. Luecke (eds), New perspectives in Mesoamerican primatology: distribution, ecology, behavior, and conservation. Developments in primatology: progress and prospects. Springer, New York. Pp. 143-163. pdf

2005

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Gillespie, and T.L. Goldberg. 2005. Primates and the ecology of their infectious diseases: how will anthropogenic change affect host-pathogen interactions? Evolutionary Anthropology 14:134-144. pdf

Karesh, W. and C.A. Chapman. 2005. Ebola: A crisis and wake-up call for better understanding of reservoirs and transmission routes. Evolutionary Anthropology 14:140.

Snaith, T.V. and C.A. Chapman. 2005. Towards an ecological solution to the folivores paradox: patch depletion as an indicator of within-group scramble competition in red colobus monkeys. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 59:185-190. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Gillespie, and M.L. Speirs. 2005. Parasite prevalence and richness in sympatric Colobines: effects of host density. American Journal of Primatology 67:259-266. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T.T. Struhsaker, and J.E. Lambert. 2005. Thirty years of research in Kibale National Park, Uganda, reveals a complex picture for conservation. International Journal of Primatology 26:539-555. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A.E. Zanne, J.R. Poulsen, and C.J. Clark. 2005. A 12-year phenological record of fruiting: implications for frugivore populations and indicators of climate change. In: J.L. Dew and J. P. Boubli (eds). Tropical fruits and frugivores. Springer, The Netherlands. Pp. 75-92. pdf

Chapman, C.A., T. Webb, R. Fronstin, M.D. Wasserman, and A.M. Santamaria. 2005. Assessing dietary protein of colobus monkeys through fecal sample analysis: a tool to evaluate habitat quality. African Journal of Ecology 43:276-278. pdf

Burgess, M.A. and C.A. Chapman. 2005. Tree leaf chemical characters: selective pressures by folivorous primates and invertebrates. African Journal of Ecology 43:242-250. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and M.S.M. Pavelka. 2005. Group size in folivorous primates: ecological constraints and the possible influence of social factors. Primates 46:1-9. pdf

Worman, C.O. and C.A. Chapman. 2005. Seasonal variation in a tropical ripe fruit quality and the response of three frugivores. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21:689-697. pdf

Campbell, C.J., F. Aureli, C.A. Chapman, G. Ramos-Fernandez, K. Matthews, S.E. Russo, S. Suarez, and L. Vick. 2005. Terrestrial behavior of spider monkeys (Ateles spp.): a comparative study. International Journal of Primatology 26:1039-1051. pdf

Zanne, A.E., C.A. Chapman, and K. Kitajima. 2005. Evolutionary and ecological correlates of early seedling morphology in East African trees and shrubs. American Journal of Botany 92:972-978. pdf

Zanne, A.E and C.A. Chapman. 2005. Diversity of woody species in forest, treefall gaps, and edge in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Plant Ecology 178:121-139. pdf

Gillespie, T.R., C.A. Chapman, and E.C. Greiner. 2005. Affects of logging on gastrointestinal parasite infections and infection risk in African primates. Journal of Applied Ecology 42:699-707. pdf

Gillespie, T.R., E.C. Greiner, and C.A. Chapman. 2005. Gastrointestinal parasites of the colobus monkeys of Uganda. Journal of Parasitology 91:569-573. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, T.T. Struhsaker, A.E. Zanne, C.J. Clark, and J.R. Poulsen. 2005. A long-term evaluation of fruit phenology: Importance of climate change. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21:35-45. pdf

Lambert, J.E. and C.A. Chapman. 2005. The fate of primate dispersed seeds: deposition pattern, dispersal distance, and implications for conservation. In: P.M. Forget, J.E. Lambert, P. Hulme, and S. Vander Wall (eds). Seed fate: predation, dispersal and seedling establishment. CABI Publishing, Wallingford. Pp. 137-150. pdf

2004

Chapman, L.J., K. Schneider, C.K. Apodaca, and C.A. Chapman. 2004. Respiratory ecology of macroinvertebrates in a swamp-river system of East Africa. Biotropica 36:572-585. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Unfavorable successional pathways and the conservation value of logged tropical forest. Biodiversity and Conservation 13:2089-2105. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, L. Naughton-Treves, M.J. Lawes, and L.R. McDowell. 2004. Predicting folivorous primate abundance: validation of a nutrition model. American Journal of Primatology 62:55-69. pdf

Gillespie, T.R., E.C. Greiner, and C.A. Chapman. 2004. Gastrointestinal parasites of the guenons of western Uganda. Journal of Parasitology 90:1356-1360. pdf

Lambert, J.E., C.A. Chapman, R.W. Wrangham, and N.L. Conklin-Brittain. 2004. The hardness of cercopithecine foods: implications for the critical function of enamel thickness in exploiting fallback foods. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 125:363-368. pdf

Paul, J.R., A.M. Randle, C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Arrested succession in logging gaps: is tree seedling growth and survival limiting? African Journal of Ecology 42:245-251. pdf

Olowo, J.P., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and R. Ogutu-Ohwayo. 2004. The distribution and feeding ecology of the characid Brycinus sadleri in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda: implications for persistence with Nile perch (Lates niloticus). African Journal of Aquatic Science 29:13-23. pdf

Houle, A., C.A. Chapman, and W. Vickery. 2004. Tree climbing strategies for primate ecological studies. International Journal of Primatology 25:237-260. pdf

Lawes, M.J., J.J. Midgley, and C.A. Chapman. 2004. South Africa’s forests: the ecology and sustainable use of indigenous timber resources. In: M.J. Lawes, H.A.C. Eeley, C.M. Shackleton, and B.G.S. Geach (eds). Indigenous forests and woodlands in South Africa: policy, people and practice. University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg. Pp 31-75.

2003

Seehausen, O., E. Koetsier, M.V. Schneider, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, M.E. Knight, G.F. Turner, J.J.M. van Alphen, and R. Bills. 2003. Nuclear markers reveal unexpected genetic variation and a Congolese-Nilotic origin of the Lake Victoria cichlid species flock. Proceedings of the Royal Society London 270:129-137. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, J.P. Olowo, P.J. Schofield, L.S. Kaufman, O. Seehausen, and R. Ogutu-Ohwayo. 2003. Fish faunal resurgence in Lake Nabugabo, East Africa. Conservation Biology 17:500-511. pdf

Balcomb, S.R and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Bridging the seed dispersal gap: consequences of seed deposition for seedling recruitment in primate-tree interactions. Ecological Monographs 73:625-642. pdf

Wasserman, M.D. and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Determinants of colobus monkey abundance: the importance of food energy, protein, and fiber content. Journal of Animal Ecology 72:650-659. pdf

Balirwa, J.S., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, K. Geheb, L. Kaufman, R.H. Lowe-McConnell, O. Seehausen, J.H. Wanink, R.L. Welcomme, and F. Witte. 2003. Biodiversity and fisheries sustainability in the Lake Victoria Basin: an unexpected marriage? Bioscience 53:703-715. pdf

Rode, K.D., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and L.R. McDowell. 2003. Mineral resource availability and consumption by colobus in Kibale National Park, Uganda. International Journal of Primatology 24:541-573. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, K. Vulinec, A. Zanne, and M.J. Lawes. 2003. Fragmentation and alteration to seed dispersal processes: an initial evaluation of dung beetles, seed fate, and seedling diversity. Biotropica 35:382-393. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, K.D. Rode, E.M. Hauck, and L.R. McDowell. 2003. Variation in the nutritional value of primate foods: among trees, time periods, and areas. International Journal of Primatology 24:317-333. pdf

Duncan, R.S. and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Consequences of plantation harvest during tropical forest restoration in Uganda. Forest Ecology and Management 173:235-250. pdf

Duncan, R.S. and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Tree-shrub interactions during early forest succession in Uganda. Restoration Ecology 11:198-207. pdf

Yeager, C.P., A.J. Marshall, C.M. Stickler, and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Effects of forest fires on peat swamp and lowland dipterocarp forests in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Tropical Biodiversity 8:121-138. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and L.S. Kaufman. 2003. Conservation and management of African aquatic ecosystems: an introduction. In: T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (eds). Conservation, ecology, and management of African freshwaters. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Pp. 1-6. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Fishes of the African rain forests: emerging and potential threats to a little-known fauna. In: T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (eds). Conservation, ecology, and management of African freshwaters. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Pp. 176-209. pdf

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Incorporating wetlands and their ecotones in the conservation and management of freshwater ecosystems of Africa. In: T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (eds). Conservation, ecology, and management of African freshwaters. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Pp. 210-228. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2003. Deforestation in tropical Africa: impacts on aquatic ecosystems. In: T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (eds). Conservation, ecology, and management of African freshwaters. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Pp. 229-246. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and L.S. Kaufman. 2003. Conservation and management of African inland waters: a synthesis. In: T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (eds). Conservation, ecology, and management of African freshwaters. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Pp. 474-488. pdf

Twinomugisha, D., G.I. Basuta, and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Status and ecology of the Golden Monkey (Cercopithecus mitis kandti) in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. African Journal of Ecology 41:47-55. pdf

Chapman, C.A., M.J. Lawes, L. Naughton-Treves, and T.R. Gillespie. 2003. Primate survival in community-owned forest fragments: are metapopulation models useful amidst intensive use? In: L.K. Marsh (ed). Primates in fragments: ecology and conservation. Kluwer Academic /Plenum Publishers, New York. Pp. 63-78. pdf

Marsh, L.K., C.A. Chapman, M. Norconk, J. Wallis, G. Umapathy, J.C. Bicca-Marques, K. Gilbert, S. Ferarri, and S. Scott. 2003. Fragmentation: specter of the future of the spirit of conservation? In: L.K. Marsh (ed). Primates in fragments: ecology and conservation. Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, New York. Pp. 381-398.

2002

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2002. Foraging challenges of red colobus monkeys: influence of nutrients and secondary compounds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 133:861-875. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, F.G. Nordlie, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2002. Physiological refugia: swamps, hypoxia tolerance, and maintenance fish biodiversity in the Lake Victoria region. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 133:421-437. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and T.R. Gillespie. 2002. Scale issues in the study of primate foraging: red colobus of Kibale National Park. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 117:349-363. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, K.A. Bjorndal, and D.A. Onderdonk. 2002. Application of protein to fiber ratios to predict colobine abundance on different spatial scales. International Journal of Primatology 23:283-310. pdf

Naughton-Treves, L. and C.A. Chapman. 2002. Fuelwood resources and forest regeneration on fallow land in Uganda. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 14:19-32. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A. Zanne, and M. Burgess. 2002. Does weeding promote regeneration of an indigenous tree community in felled pine plantations in Uganda? Restoration Ecology 10:408-415. pdf

Zinabu, G.-M., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 2002. Conductivity as a predictor of total cations and salinity in Ethiopian lakes and rivers: revisting earlier models. Limnologica 32:21-26. pdf

Osborne, T., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, J.P. Prenger, S. Nyguen, and E. Stecker. 2002. Invertebrate community structure and oxygen availability in an intermittent stream/wetland system of the Ugandan uplands. International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology 27:3599-3603. pdf

Duncan, R.S. and C.A. Chapman. 2002. Limitation of animal seed dispersal for enhancing forest succession on degraded lands. In: D. Levey, W.R. Silva, and M. Galetti (eds). Seed dispersal and frugivory: ecology, evolution, and conservation. CABI Publishing. Wallingford. Pp. 437-450. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2002. Plant-animal coevolution: is it thwarted by spatial and temporal variation in animal foraging. In: D. Levey, W.R. Silva, and M. Galetti (eds). Seed dispersal and frugivory: ecology, evolution, and conservation. CABI Publishing, Wallingford. Pp. 275-290. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 2002. Tropical forest degradation and aquatic ecosystems: our current state of knowledge. In: M.J. Collares-Pereira, I.G. Cowx, and M.M. Coelho (eds). Freshwater fish conservation: options for the future. Blackwell Science, London. Pp. 237-249. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, M. Cords, M. Gauthua, A. Gautier-Hion, J.E. Lambert, K.D. Rode, C.E.G. Tutin, and L.J.T. White. 2002. Variation in the diets of Cercopithecus species: differences within forests, among forests, and across species. In: M. Glenn and M. Cords (eds). The guenons: diversity and adaptation in African Monkeys. Plenum Press, New York. Pp. 319-344. pdf

2001

Chapman, C.A. and C. Peres. 2001. Primate conservation in the new millennium: the role of scientists. Evolutionary Anthropology 10:16-33. pdf

Gillespie, T.R. and C.A. Chapman. 2001. Determinants of group size in the red colobus monkey (Procolobus badius): an evaluation of the generality of the ecological constraints model. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 50:329-338. pdf

Zanne, A.E. and C.A. Chapman. 2001. Expediting indigenous regeneration in African grasslands: plantations and the effects of distance and isolation from seed sources. Ecological Applications 11:1610-1621. pdf

Zanne, A.E., B. Keith, C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 2001. Protecting terrestrial mammal communities: potential role of pine plantations. African Journal of Ecology 39:399-401. pdf

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and J. Prenger. 2001. Cultural eutrophication of a Ugandan highland crater lake: a twenty-five year comparison of limnological parameters. International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology27:3574-3578. pdf

Chapman, L.J., J. Balirwa, F.W.B. Bugenyi, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Crisman. 2001. Wetlands of East Africa: biodiversity, exploitation, and policy perspectives. In: B. Gopal, W.J. Junk, and J.A. Davis (eds). Biodiversity in wetlands: assessment, function, and conservation. Volume 2. Backhuys Publisher, Leiden. Pp. 101-132. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and R. Fimbel. 2001. An evolutionary perspective on natural disturbance and logging: implications for forest management. In: R. Fimbel, A. Grajal, and J. Robinson (eds). The cutting edge. Columbia University Press, New York. Pp. 511-522. pdf

2000

Chapman, C.A., S.R. Balcomb, T. Gillespie, J. Skorupa, and T.T. Struhsaker. 2000. Long-term effects of logging on African primate communities: a 28 year comparison from Kibale National Park, Uganda. Conservation Biology 14:207-217. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Interdemic variation in mixed-species association patterns: common diurnal primates of Kibale National Park, Uganda. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 47:129-139. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Constraints on group size in redtail monkeys and red colobus: testing the generality of the ecological constraints model. International Journal of Primatology 21:565-585. pdf

Onderdonk, D.A. and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Coping with forest fragmentation: the primates of Kibale National Park, Uganda. International Journal of Primatology 21:587-611. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C. A. Lanciani, and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Ecology of a diplozoon parasite on the gills of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri. African Journal of Ecology 38:312-320. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and J. Prenger. 2000. Predictors of seasonal oxygen levels in a Ugandan swamp/river system: a 3-year profile. International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology 27:3048-3053. pdf

Walsh, S.J., L.J. Chapman, A.E. Rosenberger, and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Redescription and ecology of Amphilius jacksonii (Siluriformes: Amphiliidae), a hillstream catfish of western Uganda. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 11:163-177. pdf

Janson, C.H. and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Resources and the determination of primate community structure. In: J.G. Fleagle, C.H. Janson, and K. Reed (eds). Primate communities. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 237-267. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Determinants of group size in social primates: the importance of travel costs. In: S. Boinski and P.A. Garber (eds). On the move: how and why animals travel in groups. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Pp. 24-42. pdf

Boinski, S., A. Treves, and C.A. Chapman. 2000. A critical evaluation of the influence of predators on primates: effects on group travel. In: S. Boinski and P.A. Garber (eds). On the move: how and why animals travel in groups. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Pp. 43-72. pdf

Balcomb, S.R., C.A. Chapman, and R.W. Wrangham. 2000. Relationship between chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) density and large, fleshy-fruit tree density: conservation implications. American Journal of Primatology 51:197-203. pdf

Gebo, D.L. and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Locomotor behavior in Ugandan monkeys. In: P.F. Whitehead and C.J. Jolly (eds). Old World monkeys. Cambridge University Press, New York. Pp. 480-495. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and J.E. Lambert. 2000. Habitat alteration and the conservation of African primates: a case study of Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Primatology 50:169-186. pdf

1999

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Forest restoration in abandoned agricultural land: a case study from East Africa. Conservation Biology 13:1301-1311. pdf

Chapman, C.A., A. Gautier-Hion, J.F. Oates, and D.A. Onderdonk. 1999. African primate communities: determinants of structure and threats to survival. In: J.G. Fleagle, C.H. Janson, and K. Reed (eds). Primate communities. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 1-37. pdf

Chapman, C.A., R.W. Wrangham, L.J. Chapman, D.K. Kennard, and A.E. Zanne. 1999. Fruit and flower phenology at two sites in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Tropical Ecology 15:189-211. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, D. Brazeau, B. McGlaughlin, and M. Jordan. 1999. Papyrus swamps and faunal diversification: geographical variation among populations of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri. Journal of Fish Biology 54:310-327. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Implications of small scale variation in ecological conditions for the diet and density of red colobus monkeys. Primates 40:215-232. pdf

Duncan, R.S. and C.A. Chapman. 1999. Seed dispersal and potential forest succession in abandoned agriculture in tropical Africa. Ecological Applications 9:998-1008. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, L. Kaufman, and A.E. Zanne. 1999. Potential causes of arrested succession in Kibale National Park: growth and mortality of seedlings. African Journal of Ecology 37:81-92. pdf

1998

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Crisman. 1998. Limnological observations of a papyrus swamp in Uganda: implications for fish faunal structure and diversity. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 26:1821-1826. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and S.R. Balcomb. 1998. Population characteristics of howlers: ecological conditions or group history. International Journal of Primatology 19:385-403. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and F.G. Nordlie. 1998. Dissolved oxygen and thermal regimes of a Ugandan crater lake. Hydrobiologia 385: 201-221. pdf

Naughton-Treves, L., A. Treves, C.A. Chapman, and R. Wrangham. 1998. Temporal patterns of crop raiding by primates: linking food availability in croplands and adjacent forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 35:596-606. pdf

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1998. Predictors of seasonal oxygen levels in small Florida lakes: the importance of color. Hydrobiologia 368:762-768. pdf

Olupot, W., P.M. Waser, and C.A. Chapman. 1998. Fruit finding by mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena): are monitoring of fig trees and assessing sympatric frugivore calls possible strategies? International Journal of Primatology 19:339-353. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.S. Kaufman, and L.J. Chapman. 1998. Buttress formation and directional stress experienced during critical phases of tree development. Journal of Tropical Ecology 14:341-350. pdf

Shepherd, V. and C.A. Chapman. 1998. Dung beetles as secondary seed dispersers: impact on seed predation and germination. Journal of Tropical Ecology 14:199-216. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1998. Hypoxia tolerance of the mormyrid Petrocephalus catostoma: implications for persistence in swamp refugia. Copeia 1998:762-768. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and D.A. Onderdonk. 1998. Forests without primates: primate/plant codependency. American Journal of Primatology 45:127-141. pdf

1997

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1997. Forest regeneration in logged and unlogged forests of Kibale National Park, Uganda. Biotropica 29:396-412. pdf

Kaufman, L.S., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1997. Evolution in fast forward: Haplochromine fishes of the Lake Victoria region. Endeavour 21:23-30. pdf

Hoogesteijn, R. and C.A. Chapman. 1997. Large scale ranches as conservation tools in the Venezuelan llanos. Oryx 37:274-284. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, R. Wrangham, G. Isabirye-Basuta, and K. Ben-David. 1997. Spatial and temporal variability in the structure of a tropical forest. African Journal of Ecology 35:287-302. pdf

Olupot, W., C.A. Chapman, P.M. Waser, and G. Isabirye-Basuta. 1997. Mangabey (Cercocebus albigena) ranging patterns in relation to fruit availability and the risk of parasite infection in Kibale National Park Uganda. American Journal of Primatology 43:65-78. pd

Nunes, A. and C.A. Chapman. 1997. A re-evaluation of factors influencing the sex ratio of spider monkey populations with new data from Maraca Island, Brazil. Folia Primatologica 68:31-33. pdf

Hoogesteijn, R. and C.A. Chapman. 1997. Hatos ganaderos como herramientas de conservacion en los llanos Venezolanos. In: D. Plasse, N. Pena de Borsotti, and R. Romero (eds). XIII Cursillo Sobre Bovinos De Carne. Universidad Central de Venezuela, Maracay, Venezuela.

1996

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, R. Ogutu-Ohwayo, M. Chandler, L. Kaufman, and A. Keiter. 1996. Refugia for the endangered fish fauna of Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Conservation Biology 10:554-561. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Frugivory and the fate of dispersed and non-dispersed seeds in six African tree species. Journal of Tropical Ecology 12:491-504. pdf

Chapman, C.A., and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Mixed species primate groups in the Kibale Forest: ecological constraints on association. International Journal of Primatology 17:31-50. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, and M. Chandler. 1996. Wetland ecotones as refugia for endangered fishes. Biological Conservation78:263-270. pdf

Treves, A. and C.A. Chapman. 1996. Conspecific threat, predation avoidance, and resource defense: implications for grouping in langurs. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39:43-53. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Exotic tree plantations and the regeneration of natural forests in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Biological Conservation 76:253-257. pdf

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1996. Conserving tropical wetlands through sustainable use. Geotimes July 1996:23-25. pdf

Wrangham, R.W., C.A. Chapman, A.P. Clark-Arcadi, and G. Isabirye-Basuta. 1996. Social ecology of Kanyawara chimpanzees: implications for the costs of great ape groups. In: W.C. McGrew, L.F. Marchant, and T. Nishida (eds). The great apes revisited. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 45-57. pdf

Kaufman, L., C.A. Chapman, and L. J. Chapman. 1996. The great lakes. In: T.R. McClanahan and T.P. Young (eds). East African ecosystems and their conservation. Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 191-216. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Mid-elevation forests: a history of disturbance and regeneration. In: T.R. McClanahan and T.P. Young (eds). East African ecosystems and their conservation. Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 385-400. pdf

1995

Chapman, C.A., R. Wrangham, and L.J. Chapman. 1995. Ecological constraints on group size: an analysis of spider monkey and chimpanzee subgroups. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 36:59-70. pdf

Chapman, L.J., L.S. Kaufman, C.A. Chapman, and F.E. McKenzie. 1995. Hypoxia tolerance in twelve species of East African cichlids: potential for low oxygen refugia in Lake Victoria. Conservation Biology 9:1274-1288. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1995. Survival without dispersers? Seedling recruitment under parents. Conservation Biology 9:675-678. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1995. Primate seed dispersal: coevolution and conservation implications. Evolutionary Anthropology 4:74-82. pdf

Gebo, D.L. and C.A. Chapman. 1995. Habitat, annual, and seasonal effects on positional behavior in red colobus monkeys. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 96:73-82. pdf

Gebo, D.L. and C.A. Chapman. 1995. Positional behaviour in five species of Old World monkeys. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 97:49-76. pdf

Chandler, M., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman.1995. Patchiness in the abundance of metacercariae parasitizing Poecilia gillii isolated in pools of an intermittent tropical stream. Environmental Biology of Fishes 42:313-321. pdf

Boinski, S. and C.A. Chapman. 1995. Predation on primates: where are we and what next? Evolutionary Anthropology 4:1-3. pdf

1994

Chapman, C.A., R. Wrangham, and L.J. Chapman. 1994. Indices of habitat-wide fruit abundance in tropical forests. Biotropica 26:160-171. pdf

Wrangham, R.W., C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 1994. Seed dispersal by forest chimpanzees in Uganda. Journal of Tropical Ecology 10:355-368. pdf

White, F. and C.A. Chapman. 1994. Contrasting chimpanzees and pygmy chimpanzees: nearest neighbor distances and choices. Folia Primatologica 63:181-191. pdf

Olupot, W., C.A. Chapman, C. Brown, and P. Waser. 1994. Mangabey (Cercocebus albigena) population density, group size, and ranging: a twenty-year comparison. American Journal of Primatology 32:197-205. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1994. Observations on synchronous air-breathing in Clarias liocephalus. Copeia 1994:246-249. pdf

Chapman, L.J., L. Kaufman, and C.A. Chapman. 1994. Why swim upside down? A comparative study of two mochokid catfishes. Copeia 1994:130-135. pdf

Gebo, D.L., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and J. Lambert. 1994. Locomotory response to predator threat in red colobus. Primates 35:219-223. pdf

Chapman, C.A., F.J. White, and R. Wrangham. 1994. Party size in chimpanzees and bonobos: a reevaluation of theory based on two similarly forested sites. In: R.W. Wrangham, W.C. McGrew, F.B. de Waal, and P.G. Heltne (eds). Chimpanzee cultures. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. Pp.41-58. pdf

1993

Wrangham, R.W., J. Gittleman, and C.A. Chapman. 1993. Constraints on group size in primates and carnivores: population density and day-range as assays of exploitation competition. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 32:199-210. pdf

Fischer, K. and C.A. Chapman. 1993. Frugivores and fruit syndromes: differences in patterns at the genus and species levels. Oikos 66:472-482. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and R.W. Wrangham. 1993. Range use of the forest chimpanzees of Kibale: implications for the evolution of chimpanzee social organization. American Journal of Primatology 31:263-273. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1993. Desiccation, flooding, and the behaviour of Poecilia gillii (Pisces: Poeciliidae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 4:279-287. pdf

Chapman, C.A., F.J. White, and R. Wrangham. 1993. Defining party size in fission-fusion social organizations. Folia Primatologia 61:31-34. pdf

Malenky, R.K., R. Wrangham, C.A. Chapman, and E.O. Vineberg. 1993. Measuring chimpanzee food abundance. Tropics 2:231-244.

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and R. Wrangham. 1993. Observations on the feeding biology and population ecology of the African Grey Parrot. Scopus 16:27-35.

Weisenseel, K., C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 1993. Nocturnal primates of Kibale forest: the effects of selective logging. Primates 34:445-450. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1993. Fish populations in tropical floodplain pools: a reevaluation of Holden’s data on the River Sokoto. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 2:23-30. pdf

1992

Grant, J., C.A. Chapman, and K. Richardson. 1992. Defended vs undefended home range size of mammals. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 31:149-161. pdf

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, and R.W. Wrangham. 1992. Balanites wilsoniana: Elephant dependent dispersal. Journal of Tropical Ecology 8:275-283. pdf

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1992. Variation in the structure of Poecilia gillii populations. Copeia 1992:908-913. pdf

Butynski, T., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and D. Weary. 1992. Use of male blue monkey ‘Pyow’ calls for long-term individual identification. American Journal of Primatology 28:183-190. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, R. Wrangham, K. Hunt, D. Gebo, and L. Gardner. 1992. Estimators of fruit abundance of tropical trees. Biotropica 24:527-531. pdf

1991

Vickery, W., L-A. Giraldeau, J. Templeton, D. Kramer, and C.A. Chapman. 1991. Producers, scroungers, and group foraging. American Naturalist 137:847-863. pdf

Wrangham, R.W., N.L. Conklin, C.A. Chapman, and K. Hunt. 1991. The significance of fibrous foods for Kibale forest chimpanzees. Phil Trans. Royal Society London (B). 334:171-178. pdf

Glander, K., L.M. Fedigan, L. Fedigan, and C.A. Chapman. 1991. Field methods for capture and measurement of three monkey species in Costa Rica. Folia Primatologica 57:70-82. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1991. Reproductive biology of captive capybaras. Journal of Mammalogy 72:206-208. pdf

Robbins, D., C.A. Chapman, and R. Wrangham. 1991. Why are gibbons not more like spider monkeys? Primates 32:301-305. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1991. The foraging itinerary of spider monkeys: when to eat leaves? Folia Primatologica 56:162-166. pdf

Chapman, L.J., D.L. Kramer, and C.A. Chapman. 1991. Population dynamics of the fish Poecilia gillii in pools of an intermittent tropical stream. Journal of Animal Ecology 60:441-453. pdf

1990

Chapman, C.A. and D. Weary. 1990. The possibility of individual recognition of vocalizations by spider monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 22:279-284. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1990. Association patterns of male and female spider monkeys: the influence of ecology and sex on social organization. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 26:409-414. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.M. Fedigan. 1990. Dietary differences between neighboring cebus monkey groups: local tradition or responses to food availability? Folia Primatologica 54:177-186. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L. Lefebvre. 1990. Manipulating foraging group size: spider monkey food calls at fruiting trees. Animal Behaviour 39:891-896. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and L. Lefebvre. 1990. Spider monkey alarm calls: honest advertisement or warning kin. Animal Behaviour 39:197-198. pdf

Chapman, C.A., S. Walker, and L. Lefebvre. 1990. Reproductive strategies of primates: the influence of body size and diet on litter size. Primates 31:1-13. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1990. Density and growth rate of some tropical dry forest trees: comparisons between successional forest types. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 117:226-231. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1990. Dietary variability in primate populations. Primates 31:121-128. pdf

1989-84

Chapman, C.A. 1989. Ecological constraints on group size in three species of neotropical primates. Folia Primatologica 73:1-9. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and L. Lefebvre. 1989. Variability in parrot flock size: possible functions of communal roosts. Condor 91:842-847. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and K. Richardson. 1989. Sex ratio in primates: a test of the local resource competition hypothesis. Oikos 56:132-134. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1990. Reproductive biology of captive and free-ranging spider monkeys. Zoo Biology 9:1-10. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and R. McLaughlin. 1989. Multiple central place foraging in spider monkeys: consequences of using many sleeping sites. Oecologia 79:506-511. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1989. Spider monkey sleeping sites: implications for primate group structure. American Journal of Primatology 18:53-60. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.M. Fedigan, L. Fedigan, and L.J. Chapman. 1989. Post-weaning resource competition and sex ratios in spider monkeys. Oikos 54:315-319. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1989. Primate seed dispersal: The fate of dispersed seeds. Biotropica 21:148-153. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and K.E. Glander.1989. Primate populations in northwestern Costa Rica: potential for recovery. Primate Conservation 10:37-44.

Fedigan, L.M., L. Fedigan, C.A. Chapman, and K. Glander. 1988. Spider monkey home ranges: a comparison of radio telemetry and direct observations. American Journal of Primatology 16:19-29. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.M. Fedigan, and L. Fedigan. 1988. A comparison of transect methods of estimating population density of Costa Rican primates. Brenesia 30:67-80. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1988. Patch use and patch depletion by the spider and howling monkeys of Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Behaviour 105:99-116. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1988. Patterns of foraging and range use by three species of neotropical primates. Primates 29:177-194. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1987. Flexibility in diets of three species of Costa Rican primates. Folia Primatologica 49:90-105. pdf

Chapman, C.A., L.M. Fedigan, and L. Fedigan. 1987. Ecological and demographic influences on the pattern of association in a group of St. Kitts vervets. Primates 29:417-421. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1987. Social responses to the traumatic injury of a juvenile spider monkey. Primates 28:271-275.

Chapman, C.A. 1987. Selection of secondary growth areas by vervet monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 12:217-221. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1986. Development of howling monkey twins (Alouatta palliata) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Primates 27:377-381. pdf

Fedigan, L.M., L. Fedigan, and C.A. Chapman. 1986. A census of Alouatta palliata and Cebus capucinus in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Brenesia 23:309-322. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1986. Boa constrictor predation and group response in white-faced cebus monkeys. Biotropica 18:171-172. pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1986. Distribution of tropical rain forest primates. In: D.M. Taub and F.A. King (eds). Current perspectives in primate social dynamics. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York. Pp.194-205.

Chapman, C.A. 1985. The influence of habitat on behaviour in a group of St. Kitts Green monkeys. Journal of Zoology 206:311-320. pdf

Fedigan, L.M., L. Fedigan, C.A. Chapman, and M.T. McGuire. 1985. A demographic model of colonization by a population of St. Kitts vervets. Folia Primatologica 42:194-202. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and L.M. Fedigan. 1984. Territoriality in the St. Kitts vervet. Journal of Human Evolution 13:677-686. pdf

Chapman, C.A. and W.C. Mackay. 1984. Direct observation of habitat use by northern Pike. Copeia 1984:255-258.

Chapman, C.A. and W. Mackay. 1984. Versatility of habitat use by a top aquatic predator. Journal of Fish Biology 25:109-116.pdf

Chapman, C.A. 1984. Speciation of tropical rain forest primates of Africa: insular biogeography. African Journal of Ecology 21:297-308.