Publications in refereed journals
BADAMI, M.G., and N. V. Iyer. 2006. "Motorized Two-wheeled Vehicle Emissions in India: Behavioural and Institutional Issues". Transportation Research Record. No. 1954. pp. 22-28.
S. R. Carpenter, E.M. BENNETT, and G. D. Peterson. 2006. Scenarios for Ecosystem Services: An Overview (All authors contributed equally to this paper) Ecology and Society 11 (1): 29. www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art29/.
J. P. Rodriguez, J. Agard, T. D. Beard, Jr; E. M, BENNETT; S. Cork; G. C. Cumming; A. P. Dobson; G. D. Peterson. 2006. Trade-offs across space, time and ecosystem services. Ecology and Society 11 (1): www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art28/.
G. Nelson, E. M. BENNETT, A. A. Berhe, K. Cassman, R. DeFries, T. Dietz, A. Dobson, A. Dobermann, A. Janetos, M. Levy, D. Marco, N. Nakicenovic, B. O'Neill, R. Norgaard, G. Petschel-Held, D. Ojima, P. Pingali, R. Watson, M. Zurek. Anthropogenic drivers of ecosystem change: An overview. Ecology and Society 11: www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/
S. Cork, G. Petschel-Held, G. D. Peterson, E. M. BENNETT, and M. Zurek. 2006. Synthesis of the Storylines. Ecology and Society: In press.
S. R. Carpenter, E.M. BENNETT, and G. D. Peterson. 2006. Editorial: Special Feature on Scenarios for Ecosystem Services. (All authors contributed equally to this paper.) Ecology and Society: In press.
E. M. BENNETT and P. A. Balvanera. 2007. The future of production systems: Challenges and opportunities in a globalized world. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5: 191-198.
P.G. BROWN and N. Klenk. "What Are Forests For: The Place of Ethics in the Forestry Curriculum," Journal of Forestry, Vol 105. Number 2. march 2007, pp. 61-6.
P.G. BROWN and N. Klenk. "What Are Forests For: The Place of Ethics in the Forestry Curriculum," Journal of Forestry, Vol 105. Number 2. march 2007, pp. 61-6.
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.
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.
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.
CHAPMAN, C.A., M.J. Lawes, H.A.C. Eeley. 2006. What hope for African primate diversity? African Journal of Ecology 44:1-18.
Naughton, L.,* D.M. Kammen, C.A. CHAPMAN. 2006. Burning biodiversity: Woody biomass use by commercial and subsistence groups in western Uganda. Biological Conservation 34:232-241.
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.
Butynski T & Members of the Primate Specialist Group. 2006. Colobus guereza. In: IUCN 2006. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. .
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.
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.
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.
CHAPMAN, C.A. M.L. Speirs*, T.R. Gillespie*, T. Holland, K.M. Austad. 2006. Life on the Edge: Gastrointestinal parasites from forest edge and interior primate groups. American Journal of Primatology 68:397-409.
CHAPMAN, C.A., M.L. Speirs*, and S.A.M. Hodder*. Colobus parasite infections in wet and dry habitats: Implications for habitat transformation and climate change. American Journal of Primatology (Submitted).
Mugisha, A.R, S.K. Jacobson, and J Alavalapati, C.A. CHAPMAN. Community based conservation programs in Uganda - Providing benefits? Biological Conservation (Submitted).
Gillespie, T.R. * and C.A. CHAPMAN. Host-parasite dynamics and the decline of an endangered African primate. American Journal of Primatology (Submitted).
Southworth, J., M. Binford, A. Goldman, C.A. CHAPMAN, L.J. Chapman, J. Hartter, A.P. Omeja, * and E. Binford. Landscape fragmentation in and around Kibale National Park, Uganda – the footprint of the agricultural landscape. Applied Geography (Submitted).
Bezjian, M., T.R. Gillespie*, C.A. CHAPMAN, and E.C. Greiner. Gastrointestinal parasites of forest baboons, Papio anubis, in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Wildlife Diseases (Submitted).
Twinomugisha, D. *, and C.A. CHAPMAN. Golden monkey ranging in relation to spatial and temporal variation in food availability: Implication for conservation. African Journal of Ecology (Submitted).
Lawes, M.J., M.E. Griffiths, J.J. Midgley, S.Boudreau, H.A.C. Eeley and C.A. CHAPMAN. How big is a tree: Neighbourhood effects in the Kibale Forest Uganda? Journal of Vegetation Science (Submitted).
Waser, P.M., J.F. Oates, C.A. CHAPMAN, and H. Box. Thomas T. Struhsaker recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award of the International Primatological Society 2006. International Journal of Primatology (Submitted).
CHAPMAN, C.A. T.L. Saj*, and T.V. Snaith*. Temporal dynamics of nutrition, parasitism, and stress in colobus monkeys: implications for population regulation and conservation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Accepted with Revisions).
Aureli, F., C.M. Shaffner, C. Boesch, S.K. Bearder, J. Call, C.A. CHAPMAN, R. Connor, A. DiFiore, R.I.M. Dunbar, S.P. Henzi, K. Holekamp, A.H. Korstjens, R. Layton, P. Lee, J. Lehmann, J.H. Manson, R. Ramos-Fernandez, K.B. Strier, and C.P. van Schaik. Fission-fusion dynamics: New frameworks for comparative research. Current Anthropology (Accepted with Revisions).
Lawes, M.J., R. Joubert, M.E. Griffiths, S., Broudreau, and C.A. CHAPMAN. The effect of spatial scale of regeneration on tree diversity in Afromontane forest fragments. Biological Conservation (Accepted with Revisions).
Snaith, T.V. * and C.A. CHAPMAN. Primate group size and socioecological models: Do folivores really play by different rules? Evolutionary Anthropology (In Press).
Saj, T.L., * S. Marteinson, P. Sicotte, and C.A. CHAPMAN. Controversy over the application of current socioecological theory to folivorous primates: Colobus vellerosus fits the predictions. American Journal of Physical Anthropology(In Press).
Bradley, B.J., M. Stiller, D.M. Doran-Sheehy, T. Harris, C.A. CHAPMAN, L. Vigilant, H. Poinar Plant DNA sequences from feces: Potential means for assessing diets of wild animals. American Journal of Primatology (In Press).
Harris T.R., and C.A. CHAPMAN. Variation in the diet and ranging behavior of black-and-white colobus monkeys: Implications for theory and conservation. Primates (In Press).
Twinomugisha, D.* and C.A. CHAPMAN. Golden monkey populations decline despite improved protection in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. African Journal of Ecology (In Press.)
CHAPMAN, C.A., L. Naughton-Treves*, M.J. Lawes, M.D. Wasserman*, and T.R. Gillespie*. The conservation value of forest fragments: Explanations for population declines of the colobus of western Uganda. International Journal of Primatology (In Press).
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.
de Blois, Sylvie
Roy V. and DE BLOIS S. 2006. Using functional traits to assess the role of hedgerow corridors as environmental filters for forest herbs. Biological Conservation 130: 592-603.
Dalle S. and DE BLOIS S. 2006. Shorter fallow cycles affect the availability of noncrop plant resources in a shifting cultivation system. Ecology and Society 11 (2): 2. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art2/
Dalle S., DE BLOIS S., Caballero J., and Johns T. 2006. Integrating analyses of local land-use regulations, cultural perceptions and land-use/land cover data for assessing the success of community-based conservation. Forest Ecology and Management 222: 370-383.
FABRY, F. The spatial variability of moisture in the boundary layer and its effect on convection initiation: project-long characterization. Monthly Weather Review, v. 134, 2006, pp. 79–91.
Demoz, B., Flamant, C., Miller, D., Evans, K., FABRY, F., DiGirolamo, P., Whiteman, D., Geerts, B., Weckwerth, T., Brown, W., Schwemmer, G., Gentry, B., Feltz, W., and Wang, Z. The dryline on 22 May 2002 during IHOP_2002: convective scale measurements at the profiling site; part I. Monthly Weather Review, v. 134, 2006, pp. 294–310.
Campos, E. F., FABRY, F., and Hocking, W. Precipitation measurements using VHF wind profiler radars: Measuring rainfall and vertical air velocities using only observations with a VHF radar. Radio Science, v. 42, 2007, RS3003, doi:10.1029/2006RS003540.
Campos, E.F., Hocking. W., and FABRY, F. Precipitation measurement using VHF, wind-profiler radars: A multi-faceted approach to calibrate VHF radar antenna and receiver. Radio Science., 2007, in press.
Heymsfield, A.J., van Zadelhoff, G.-J., Donovan D., FABRY, F., Hogan, R., and Illingworth A. Refinements to ice particle mass dimensional and terminal velocity relationships for ice clouds: part II: evaluation and parameterizations of ensemble ice particle sedimentation velocities. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, v. 64, 2007, 1068–1088.
**Cohen, J., **Mirotchnick, N., LEUNG, B. In Press. Thousands introduced annually: the aquarium pathway and non-indigenous plants in the St. Lawrence Seaway. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
*Delaney, D.G., **Sperling, C.D., Adams, C., LEUNG, B. In Press. Marine invasive species: validation of citizen science and implications for national monitoring networks. Biological Invasions.
Finnoff, D., Shogren, J.F., LEUNG, B., Lodge, D.M. In Press. Take a risk – preferring prevention over control of biological invaders. Ecological Economics.
Biddulph, P., Crowther, D., LEUNG, B., Wilkinson, T., Hart, B., Oreszczyn, T., Pretlove, S., Ridley, I., Ucci, M.. In Press. Predicting the population dynamics of the house dust mite Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (Acari: Pyroglyphidae) in response to a constant hygrothermal environment using a model of the mite life cycle. Experimental and Applied Acarology.
Norstrom, R.J., Clark, T.P., Enright, M., LEUNG, B., Drouillard, K.G., In Press. Macdonald, C.R. ABAM, a model for bioaccumulation of POPs in birds: validation for adult herring gulls and their eggs in Lake Ontario. Environmental Science and Technology.
Loo, S.E., Keller, R.P., LEUNG, B. 2007. Freshwater invasions: using historical data to analyze spread. Diversity and distributions 13: 23-32.
Lodge, D.M., Williams, S., MacIsaac, H., Hayes, K., LEUNG, B., Reichard, S., Mack, R.N., Moyle, P.B., Smith, M., Andow, D.A., Carlton, J.T., McMichael A.. 2006. Biological Invasions: Recommendations for U.S. Policy and Management. Ecological Applications 16: 2035-2054.
LEUNG, B., *Delaney, D. 2006. Managing sparse data in biological invasions: a simulation study. Ecological modeling 198:229-239.
LEUNG, B., Bossenbroek, J.M., Lodge, D.M. 2006. Boats, pathways, and biological invasions: Estimating dispersal potential with gravity models. Biological Invasions 8: 241-254.
Muirhead, J.R., LEUNG, B., van Overdijk, C., Kelly, D.W., Kanavillil, N., Marchant, K.R., MacIsaac, H.J. 2006. Modeling local and long-distance dispersal of invasive emerald ash borer Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera) in North America. Diversity and distributions 12: 71-79.
MIKKELSON, G. M. 2006. Realism vs. instrumentalism in a new statistical framework. Philosophy of Science 73.
MIKKELSON, G. M., A. Gonzalez, and G. D. Peterson. 2007. Economic inequality predicts biodiversity loss. Public Library of Science ONE 2:e444.
Drever, R. (Student), G. PETERSON, C. Messier, Y. Bergeron and M. Flannigan. 2006. What does ecological resilience mean for natural disturbance-based forest management? Forest Ecology and Management. 36(9) 2285-2299
Chapin, F.S. III, AL Lovecraft, ES Zavaleta, J Nelson, MD Robards, GP Kofinas, SF Trainor, GD PETERSON, HP Hunington, RL Naylor. 2006. Policy strategies to address sustainability of Alaskan boreal forests in response to a directionally changing climate. Proceedings of National Academy of Science. 103(45) 16637-16643.
Carpenter, S.R., E.M. Bennett, and G.D. PETERSON. 2006. Editorial: special feature on scenarios for ecosystem services. Ecology and Society 11(2): 32. www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art32/
Cork, S., G.D. PETERSON, E. Bennett, G. Petschel-Held, M. Zurek. 2006. Scenarios of global ecosystem services. Ecology and Society. 11(2): 11. www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art11/
Fox, H.E. , C. Christian, J.C. Nordby, O. R.W. Pergams, G.D. PETERSON, C. R. Pyke. 2006. Perceived barriers to integrating social science and conservation. Conservation Biology 20(6) 1817-1820.
Mikkelson, GM, A. Gonzalez, GD PETERSON. 2007 Inequality predicts biodiversity loss. PLoS ONE 2(5): e444. doi:10.1371
RICCIARDI, A. Are modern biological invasions an unprecedented form of global change? Conservation Biology v. 21, 2007, pp. 329-336.
Ward, J.M., and A. RICCIARDI. Impacts of Dreissena invasions on benthic macroinvertebrate communities: a meta-analysis. Diversity and Distributions v. 13, 2007, pp. 155-165.
RICCIARDI, A., and J. Cohen. The invasiveness of an introduced species does not predict its impact. Biological Invasions v. 9, 2007, pp. 309-315.
RICCIARDI, A., and J.M. Ward. Comment on "Opposing effects of native and exotic herbivores on plant invasions". Science, v. 313, 2006, p. 298.
RICCIARDI, A. Patterns of invasion in the Laurentian Great Lakes in relation to changes in vector activity. Diversity and Distributions, v. 12, 2006, pp. 425-433.
RICCIARDI, A. and M. Mottiar. Does Darwin's naturalization hypothesis explain fish invasions? Biological Invasions, v. 8, pp. 1403-1407.
Basiliko, N., T.R Moore, P.M. Lafleur, and N.T ROULET. Seasonal and inter-annual decomposition, microbial biomass, and nitrogen dynamics in a Canadian bog. Soil Science 170: 902-912, 2005.*
Admiral, S.W., Lafleur, P.M. and N.T. ROULET. Controls on latent heat flux and energy partitioning at a peat bog. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 140: 308-321, 2006. *
James, A. L., and N. T. ROULET. Investigating the applicability of end-member mixing analysis (EMMA) across scale: A study of eight small, nested catchments in a temperate forested watershed, Water Resour. Res., 42, W08434, doi:10.1029/2005WR004419, 2006.*
Frolking, S., N.T. ROULET, and J. Fuglestvedt. The impact of a peatland on the earth’s radiative budget: sustained methane emission versus sustained carbon sequestration. J. Geophys. Res. - Biogeosciences, 111, G01008, doi:10.1029/2005JG000091, 2006.
Carole Coursolle, HA. Margolis, AG. Barr, TA.Black, BD. Amiro, JH. McCaughey, LB. Flanagan, PM. Lafleur, NT. ROULET, CP.-A. Bourque, MA. Arain, SC. Wofsy, A.Dunn, K. Morgenstern, AL. Orchansky, PY. Bernier, JM. Chen, J. Kidston, N. Saigusa, and N. Hedstrom. Late-summer carbon fluxes from Canadian forests and peatlands along an east-west continental transect. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36: 783-800, 2006.
Moore, T.R., P.M. Lafleur, D.M.I. Poon, B.W. Heumann, J.W. Seaquist & N.T. ROULET. Spring photosynthesis is a cool temperate bog. Global Change Biology 12: 2323-2335, 200.
Pelletier, L., T. R. Moore, N. T. ROULET, M. Garneau, and V. Beaulieu-Audy. Methane fluxes from three peatlands in the La Grande Rivie`re watershed, James Bay lowland, Canada, Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeoscience 112: G01018, doi:10.1029/2006JG000216, 2007
ROULET, N.T., P. Lafleur, P.J.H. Richard, T. Moore, E. Humphreys and J. Bubier. Comparison of a six years carbon balance and the carbon accumulation for the last 3,000 years for a northern peatland. Global Change Biology 13: 397-411, 2006.
Gheorghiu C, Marcogliese DJ, SCOTT ME. 2006. Concentration-dependent effects of waterborne zinc on population dynamics of Gyrodactylus turnbulli (Monogenea) on isolated guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Parasitology 132, 225-232.
SCOTT ME. 2006. High transmission rates restore expression of genetically determined susceptibility of mice to nematode infections. Parasitology 132, 669-679.
Tu T, Koski KG, Wykes LJ, SCOTT ME. 2007. Re-feeding rapidly restores protection against Heligmosomoides bakeri (Nematoda) in protein deficient mice. Parasitology 134, 899-909.
Gheorghiu C, Cable J, Marcogliese DJ, SCOTT ME. 2007. Effects of waterborne zinc on reproduction, survival and morphometrics of Gyrodactylus turnbulli (Monogenea) on guppies (Poecilia reticulata). International Journal for Parasitology 37, 375-381.
Payne LG, Koski KG, Ortega-Barria E, SCOTT ME. 2007. Benefit of vitamin a supplementation on Ascaris reinfection is less evident in stunted children. Journal of Nutrition 137, 1455-1459.
Bourgeois AC, SCOTT ME, Sabally K, Koski KG. 2007. Dietary boron deprivation reduces Heligmosomoides bakeri (Nematoda) survival and alters cytokine profiles but the infection modifies liver minerals in mice. Journal of Nutrition (in press)
Bourgeois AC, Koski K, SCOTT ME. 2007. Comparative sensitivity of feeding and non-feeding stages of Heligmosomoides polygyrus (Nematoda) to boron. Comparative Parasitology (in press)
Randhawa HS, Saunders GW, Scott ME, Burt MDB. 2007. Redescription of Pseudanthobothrium hanseni and description of P. purtoni n. sp. from different pairs of rajid skate hosts, with comments on the host specificity of the genus in the northwest Atlantic. Systematic Parasitology (in press)
Tu T, Koski KG, SCOTT ME. Mechanisms underlying reduced expulsion of a murine nematode infection during protein deficiency. Parasitology (under revision)
Gheorghiu C, Marcogliese DJ, SCOTT ME. Temporal dynamics of epidermal responses of guppies (Poecilia reticulata) to two external stressors: waterborne zinc and Gyrodactylus turnbulli (Monogenea) infection. Journal of Fish Diseases (submitted May 21, 2007).
SENGUPTA, R., and Sieber, R., In Press (2007). “Geospatial Agents, Agents Everywhere….” Transactions in GIS. 15 pages.
SENGUPTA, R., *Rosenschein, L., *Gilbert, M., *Weiller, C., In Press (2007). “Ecoregional Dominance in Spatial Distribution of Avian Influenza (H5N1) Outbreaks”. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 3 pages.
SIEBER, R. E. 2007. Spatial Data Access by the Grassroots. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 34(1): 47-62.
SIEBER, R. E. 2006. Public Participation Geographic Information Systems: A Literature Review and Framework. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 96(3): 491–507.
VACCARO, I. 2007. Sovereignty, collective ingenuity and moral economies: the confluence of transnational trends, states and local strategies in the Pyrenees. Environment and History 13 (1): 25-46.
VACCARO, I. and Beltran, O. 2007. Consuming space, nature and culture: patrimonial discussions in the hyper-modern era. Journal of Tourism Geographies. In press.
VACCARO, I. and Norman, K. 2007. Social Sciences and Landscape Analysis: opportunities for the improvement of conservation policy design. Journal of Environmental Management. In press.
Sivaramakrishnan, K. and VACCARO, I. 2006. Postindustrial Natures: Hyper-mobility and Place-attachments. Journal of Social Anthropology 14 (3): 301-317.
VACCARO, I. 2006. Post-industrial valleys: the Pyrenees as a reinvented landscape. Journal of Social Anthropology 14 (3): 361-376.