Africa’s leading research and training center

Work in Progress

Manuscripts In Review

Zhang, Lu, Samuel T. Turvey, Colin A. Chapman, Pengfei Fan. Effects of delayed investment on survival of threatened species in protected areas.

Kalbitzer, Urs and Colin A. Chapman. Long-term dynamics in the social structure of females in leaf-eating red colobus monkeys (Piliocolobus tephrosceles).

Chapman, Colin A., Claire A. Hemingway, Dipto Sarkar, Jan F. Gogarten, Nils Chr. Stenseth. Social media and science: What do altmetrics mean for evaluation?

Rong Hou, Rafael Reyna-Hurtado, Patrick Omeja, Charles Tumwesigye, Dipto Sarkar, Jan F. Gogarten, and Colin A. Chapman. Long-term trends in a forest ungulate community: Park establishment increases numbers, but poaching is a constant threat.

Evans, Katarina D., William J. Foley, Colin A. Chapman, and Jessica M. Rothman. Available protein better predicts colobine biomass than crude protein in a Ugandan rainforest.

Galan-Acedo, Carmen, Victor Arroyo-Rodríguez, Songtao Guo, and Colin A. Chapman. Responses to fragmentation depends on local scale conditions, species and the regional landscape context.

Alvarado-Villalobos, Mayra Alejandra, Roger Guevara, Luis Manuel García-Feria, Colin A. Chapman, and Juan Carlos Serio-Silva. Annual surveillance and ecological dynamics of gastrointestinal parasites fluctuations in primates.

Li, Baoguo, Gang He, Songtao Guo, Kang Huang, Xueping Ji, Rong Hou, Pei Zhang, He Zhang, Colin A. Chapman, and Ruliang Pan. How primates dispersed in China during the Pliocene and Pleistocene.

Cuni Sanchez et al. Above ground biomass, structure and diversity in 42 African tropical montane forests.

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

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

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

Hou, Rong, Colin A. Chapman, Ollie Jay, Song-Tao Guo, Bao-Guo Li, and, David Raubenheimer. Cold and hungry: combined impacts of low temperature and resource scarcity on an edge-of-range temperate primate, the golden snub-nose monkey..

Guo, Songtao, Rong Hou, Andres Gomez, Derek W. Dunn, Paul A. Garber, Jun Zhang, Colin A. Chapman, David Raubenheimer, Chengfeng Cai, Wenjuan Zhao, Nicoletta Righini, Yangquanwei Zhong, Simeng Zhang, Yewen Sun, Zhihui Shi, Hongli Chang, Gang He, Fuwen Wei1, and Baoguo Li. Fiber digestion for energy in the fore- and hind-gut in a cold region colobine.

Pan, Ruliang, Haitao Yang, Zhijin Liu, Gang He, Baoguo Li, Zhigang Jiang, Kang Hoang, Xiaoguang Qi, Zhipang Huang, Yin Yang, Ming Li, Colin Chapman, Songtao Guo, Xuelin Jin, Jiang Zhou, Charles Oxnard, Fuwen Wei, Paul A Garber, Rong Hou, Cyril C. Grueter, Jan Gogarten, Wen Xiao, Pei Zhang. China’s unique role in shaping Asian environment since the 1960s, and impacts on animals and humans.

Li, Baoguo, Zhigang Jiang, Kang Huang, Fuwen Wei, Songtao Guo, Gang He, Xiaoguang Qi, Yin Yang, Xuelin Jin, Zhipang Huang, Wen Xiao, Jiang Zhou, Cyril Grueter, Charles Oxnard, Pei Zhang, Rong Hou, Mi Li, Colin Chapman, Jan Gogarten, Paul A. Garber, Ruliang Pan. Heavily impacted mammals in Western China.

Li, Baoguo, Zhigang Jiang, Songtao Guo, Cyril Grueter, Xuelin Ji, Gang He, Xiaoguang Qi, Yin Yang, Zhipang Huang, Charles Oxnard, Rong Hou, Peng Zhang, Peng Zhang, Wentao Song, Haitao Yang, Colin A. Chapman, Paul Garber and Ruliang Pan. A general environmental review on China since the 1960s.

Chapman, Colin A. and Simon L’Allier Does ecology influence human group size? Clues from primate research.

Amato, Katherine R., Filipa Abreu, Andrea Baden, Adrian Barnett, Julio Cesar Bicca-Marques, Sarah Boyle, Colin Chapman, Oscar M. Chaves, Karine Galisteo Diemer Lopes, Timothy M. Eppley, Pengfei Fan, Peter Fashing, Fernanda de la Fuente, Vanessa Fortes, Cyril C. Grueter, Gottfried Hohmann, Mitchell Irwin, Jaya Matthews, Addisu Mekonnen, Julia Ostner, Nga Nguyen, Alex Piel, Braulio Pinacho, Erika Patricia Quintino Aredes, Tojo Razanaparany, Jessica Rothman, Oliver Schuelke, Sam Shanee, Joao Pedro Souza-Alves, Stacey Tecot, Fiona Stewart, Anita Stone, Binghua Sun, Erin Vogel, Serge Wich, Elizabeth K. Mallott. Fermented food use in wild primates suggests nutritional benefits