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Badami, Madhav

Badami, M.G. 2010. "The Road Transport Energy Challenge in India." India in Transition Series, Centre for the Advanced Studies of India, University of Pennsylvania. Available at http://casi.ssc.upenn.edu/iit/badami.

Bennett, Elena

Alber, M. R., G. Chen, G. K. MacDonald*, J. Vermaire, E. M. Bennett, and I. Gregory-Eaves. 2010. Phosphorus and land-use changes are significant drivers of Cladoceran community composition and diversity: An analysis over spatial and temporal scales. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 1262–1273.

Pace, M.L ., S.E. Hampton, K. A. Limburg, E. M. Bennett, E. M. Cook, A. E. Davis, J. M. Grove, K. Y. Kaneshiro, S. L. LaDeau, G. E. Likens, D. McKnight, D. C. Richardson, D. L. Strayer. 2010. Individual Ecologists: Opportunities and Rewards for Engaging with Environmental Issues. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 8(6): 292-298.

Raudsepp-Hearne*, M. Tengo*, G. D. Peterson, E. M. Bennett, T. Holland, K. Benessaiah,. G. K. MacDonald*, L. Pfeifer*. 2010. Untangling the environmentalist's paradox: Why is human well-being increasing as ecosystem services degrade? BioScience 60 (8): 576-589.

Potter, P.,* N. Ramankutty, E. M. Bennett, and S. D. Donner. 2010. Characterizing the Spatial Patterns of Global Fertilizer Application and Manure production. Earth Interactions 14(2) DOI: 10.1175/2009EI288.1.

Raudsepp-Hearne*, G. D. Peterson, E. M. Bennett. 2010. Ecosystem service bundles for analyzing trade-offs in diverse landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107: 5242-7.

E. M. Bennett. 2010. Understanding the interactions among ecosystem services can improve ecosystem management. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 41: 4-6.

Cardille, J.A. and E. M. Bennett. 2010. Tropical Teleconnections. Nature Geoscience 3: 154-155.

Chapman, Colin

Bonnell, T.R., R. Reyna-Hurtado, and C.A. Chapman. Post-logging recovery time is longer than expected in an East African tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management (In Press).

Janmaat, K.R.L., C.A. Chapman, R. Meijer, and K. Zuberbuhler. The use of fruiting synchronicity by foraging mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena). Animal Cognition (In Press).

MacKenzie, C., C.A. Chapman, and R. Sengupta. Spatial patterns of illegal resource extraction in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Environmental Conservation (Accepted with Revisions).

Behie, A.M., M.S.M. Pavelka, and C.A. Chapman Reduction and recovery of a primate population after a major hurricane: Evaluation of the importance of protein and fiber for howler monkeys. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. (Accepted with Revisions).

Lauck, M., D.O'Connor, T. Friedrich, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, S.M. Lank, C.A. Chapman and T.L. Goldberg. Two novel, divergent simian hemorrhagic fever viruses in a wild Ugandan red colobus monkey discovered using unbiased direct pyroseqeuncing. PLoS Pathogens (Submitted).

Rothman, J.M., D. Raubenheimer, and C.A. Chapman. Nutritional geometry: Gorillas prioritize energy in a forest with protein surpluses Biology Letters (Submitted).

Naughton, L., J. Alix-Garcia, and C.A. Chapman. A decade of forest loss and economic growth around Kibale National Park, Uganda: Lessons for poverty reduction and biodiversity conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (Submitted).

Allen, J.M, M.M. Miyamoto, J. Akwarius, K. Margarini, J. Unvari-Martin, T. Carter and C.A. Chapman. Population genetics of habitat sensitive red colobus suggest long-term stability of Kibale National Park. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (Submitted).

Felton, A.M., A. Felton, C.J. Campbell, C.A. Chapman, M. Pena-Claros, D.I. Rumiz, Y. Shimooka, P.R. Stevenson, R.B. Wallace, and D.B. Lindermayer. Commercial harvesting of Ficus timber – An emerging threat to frugivorous wildlife and sustainable forestry. Conservation Letters (Submitted).

Hartter, J. S.J. Ryan, J. Southworth, and C.A. Chapman. Protected area protection: 25 years of forest disturbance and recovery in an Albertine Rift park landscape. Landscape Ecology (Submitted).

Bonilla-Sanchez, Y., J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy and C.A. Chapman. Does the expansion of Eucalyptus plantations signal hope or despair for black howler monkeys. International Journal of Primatology (Submitted).

Tombak, K.H., A.J. Reid, A.J., C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Johnson, and R. Reyna-Hurtado. Patch depletion behavior differs between sympatric folivorous primates. Primates (Submitted).

Reyna-Hurtado, R., C.A. Chapman, S. Calme. Relationship among area used, group size, and resource availability for the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari). Journal of Mammalogy (Submitted).

O'Farrill, G.X., C.A. Chapman and A. Gonzalez. Deposition sites dictate effectiveness of the long distance dispersal role of extant megafauna. Forest Ecology and Management (Submitted).

Steeil, J.C., J.A. Bonilla, C.A. Chapman, K. Cameron, T. Goldberg, and E.C. Greiner. Characterization and prevalence of a new Hepatocystis species from red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Parasitology. (Submitted).

Reyna-Hurtado, R., C.A. Chapman, S. Calme. Searching in heterogeneous and limited environments: foraging strategies in the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari). Journal of Mammalogy (Submitted).

Twinomugisha, D. and C.A. Chapman. Golden monkeys of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda: Deriving conservation status using multiple methods. Proceedings of the Albertine Rift Conservation Conference (Submitted).

Mugisha, A.R, S.K. Jacobson, and J Alavalapati, C.A. Chapman. Evaluating the influence of community conservation programs on public support for parks and perceptions of benefits in Uganda. Society and Natural Resources (Submitted).

Reyna-Hurtado, R., C.A. Chapman, S. Calme. Relationship among area used, group size, and resource availability for the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari). Journal of Mammalogy (Submitted).

Edited Chapter

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, R.R. Ghai, J., Harter, A.L. Jacob, J.S. Lwanga, P.A. Omeja, J.M., Rothman, and D. Twinomugisha. 2010. Complex responses to climate and anthropogenic changes: An evaluation based on long-term data from Kibale National Park, Uganda. A. Plumptre ed. Nova Science Publishers, The Ecological Impact of Long-Term Changes in Africa's Rift Valley. Hauppauge, New York pp. 70-87.

Chapter in Edited Book

Goldberg, T.L., S. Paige, and C.A. Chapman. 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 editors. Conservation Medicine: Applied Cases of Ecological Health, Oxford University Press (In Press).

Chapman, C.A., J.M. Rothman, and J.E. Lambert. Primate foraging strategies and nutrition: behavioural and evolutionary implications. In: Mitani J, Call J, Kappeler P, Palombit R, Silk J, The Evolution of Primate Societies. Chicago University Press, (In Press).

Chapman, C.A. and J.M. Rothman. Frugivores and folivores: Foraging challenges and social consequences. In: Social ecology of dolphins, monkeys, and apes: A comparative overview. L. Karczmarski and J. Yamagiwa eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago (In Press).

Chapman, C.A., and T.V. Snaith. How ecological conditions affect the abundance and social organization of folivorous monkeys. In. Social Ecology of Dolphins, Monkeys and Apes: A Comparative Overview. J. Yamagiwa & L. Karczmarski eds., University of Chicago Press, Chicago, (In Press).

Arroyo-Rodrigues, E. Cuesta-del Moral, S. Mandujano, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, and L. Fahrig. Assessing habitat fragmentation effects for primates: The importance of evaluating questions at the correct scale. In: L.K. Marsh. Primates in Fragments II. Springer Press. (Submitted)

Chapman, C.A., R. Ghai, R. Reyna-Hurtado, A. Jacob, S.M. Koojo, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha and T.L. Goldberg. Going, going, gone: A 15-year history of the decline in abundance of primates in forest fragments. In: L.K. Marsh. Primates in Fragments II. Springer Press. (Submitted).

Baranga, D., C.A. Chapman, P. Mucunguzi, and R. Reyna-Hurtado. Fragments and food: red-tailed monkey abundance in forest fragments of Central Uganda. In: L.K. Marsh. Primates in Fragments II. Springer Press. (Submitted).

Serio-Silva, J.C., Y.M. Bonilla-Sanchez, G. Pozo-Montuy, R. Reyna-Hurtado, and C.A. Chapman. Identifying areas for ecotourism and conservation of threatened species: The model of black howler monkeys in Playas de Catazaja, Mexico. In A. Yañez-Arancibia, R. Dávalos-Sotelo, J. Day, and E. Reyes, E. Ecological Dimension for sustainable socio economic development. WIT Press, Southampton, UK (Submitted)

Ellis, Jaye

"Sustainable Development and Fragmentation in International Society" in Duncan French, ed., Global Justice and Sustainable Development (Netherlands: Brill, 2010) 57

"Sustainable Development as a Legal Principle: A Rhetorical Analysis" in Hélène Ruiz Fabri, Rüdiger Wolfrum and Jana Gogolin, eds., Selected Proceedings of the European Society of International Law, vol. 2 (Oxford: Hart, 2010) 642

"On the Nature and Meaning of International Legal Obligation: Canada's Response to Kyoto" in Chios Carmody (ed.), Is Our House in Order?: Canada's Implementation of International Law (Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010) 99

"The Precautionary Principle and Risk Communication" (co-author: Steve Maguire) in Robert L. Heath and H. Dan O'Hair, eds, Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication (New York: Routledge, 2009) 119-37

"Howard S. Schiffman, Marine Conservation Agreements: The Law and Policy of Reservations and Vetoes" (2009) 9(2) Global Environmental Politics 129-31

Leung, Brian

Sylvester, F., Kalaci, O., Leung, B., Roussel, A., Murray, C.C, Choi, F.M., Bravo, M.A., Therriault, T.W., MacIsaac, H.J. In Press. Invasion vectors: can simple models explain a complex problem? Journal of Applied Ecology

Leung, B., Cacho, O.J., Spring, D. 2010. Searching for biological invaders: rapidly delimiting the invasion boundary. Diversity and Distributions 16: 451-460

Kulhanek, S.A., Leung, B, Ricciardi, A. in Press. Using ecological niche-based modeling techniques to predict the establishment, abundance and relative impacts of introduced species: application to the common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Ecological Applications.

Kulhanek, S.A., Ricciardi, A., Leung, B. In Press. Is invasion history a useful tool for predicting the impacts of the world's worst aquatic invasive species? Ecological Applications. Delaney, D.G., Leung, B. 2010. An empirical probability model of detecting species at low densities. Ecological Applications 20: 1162-1172.

Roche, D., Leung, B., Mendoza-Franco, EF, Torchin, M.E.. 2010. Higher parasite richness, abundance and impact in native versus introduced cichlid fishes. International Journal of Parasitology 40: 1525-1530

Capinha, C., Leung, B., Anastacio, P. 2010. Predicting worldwide invasiveness for four major problematic decapods: an evaluation of using different calibration sets. Ecography 33 doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2010.06369.x

Feder, J.L., Powell, T.H.Q., Filchak, K., Leung, B. 2010. The diapause response of Rhagoletis pomonella to varying environmental conditions and its significance for geographic and host plant-related adaptation. Entomologia experimenatalis et applicata. 136: 31-44

Bailey, S.A., Deneau, M., Jean, L., Wiley, C., Leung, B., & MacIsaac. H.J. Has management reduced the risk of ballast-mediated species introductions to the Great Lakes? Environmental Science and Technology (Accepted)

Gertzen, E., Leung, B. Predicting the spread of invasive species in an uncertain world: accommodating multiple

Ricciardi, Anthony

Kestrup, Å. and A. Ricciardi. 2010. Influence of conductivity on the life histories of exotic and native amphipods in the St. Lawrence River. Fundamental and Applied Limnology, vol. 176, pp. 249–262.

Kipp, R., S.A. Bailey, H. MacIsaac and A. Ricciardi. 2010. Transoceanic ships as vectors for nonindigenous freshwater bryozoans. Diversity and Distributions, vol. 16, pp. 77–83.

Ward, J.M. and A. Ricciardi. 2010. Community-level effects of co-occurring native and exotic ecosystem engineers. Freshwater Biology, vol. 55, pp. 1803–1817.

Reiswig, H.M., T.M. Frost and A. Ricciardi. 2010. Porifera (sponges). In: Ecology and Classification of North American Freshwater Invertebrates, 3rd edition. J.H. Thorp, A.P. Covich (eds.). Academic Press, New York. pp. 91-123.

Scott, Marilyn

Odiere MR, Koski KG, Weiler HA, Scott ME. 2010. Concurrent nematode infection and pregnancy induce physiological responses that impair linear growth in the murine foetus. Parasitology 137, 991–1002.

Loaiza JR, Scott ME, Bermingham E, Rovira J, Conn JE. 2010. Evidence for pleistocene population divergence and expansion of Anopheles albimanus in Southern Central America. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 82, 156–164.

Odiere MR, Scott ME, Weiler HA, Koski KG. Protein deficiency and nematode infection during pregnancy and lactation reduce maternal bone mineralization and neonatal linear growth, whereas protein deficiency reduces resting metabolic rate in mice. Journal of Nutrition.

Scatliff CE, Koski KG, Scott ME. Diarrhea and novel dietary factors emerge as predictors of serum B12 in Panamanian children. Food and Nutrition Bulletin.

Loaiza J, Scott ME, Bermingham E, Sanjur OI, Wilderson R, Rovira J, Lina GA, Correa MM, Grijalva M, Birnberg L, Bickersmith S, Conn JE. Late Pleistocene environmental changes lead to unstable demography and population divergence of Anopheles albimanus in the northern neotropics. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.

Odiere MR, Scott ME, Leroux LP, Dzierszinski FS, Koski KG. Impact of maternal protein deficiency and gastrointestinal 1 nematode infection on development of the neonatal immune system in mice. Journal of Nutrition.

Irwin-Kristmanson D, Scott ME, Dorreen A, Diaz A, Payne LG, Koski KG. Stunting in Indigenous Panamanian preschool children is related to diet, nutrition and infection Status, and proinflammatory cytokine profiles. Journal of Nutrition.

Vaccaro, Ismael

Vaccaro, I., Smith, E.A. and Aswani, S. (eds.). Book "Society and environment: Methods and Research Design. Cambridge University Press" [contract signed].

Beltran, O. and Vaccaro, I. Accepted. Chapters in "Social Landscape Analysis: correlating one half of the picture". In Goldstein, D. (ed.). From Field to Table: The Historical Ecology of Regional Subsistence Strategies. University of South Carolina Press: Columbia, SC.