Publications

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

9. Bouquet Y, Stephan C, Johnson CA, Rothman JM, Neumann C, Zuberbühler K. 2018. Comparing functions of copulation calls in wild olive baboons, Papio anubis, using multi-model inference. Animal Behaviour 135:187-197. [PDF]

8.  Johnson CA, Raubenheimer D, Chapman CA, Tombak KJ, Reid AJ, Rothman JM. 2017. Macronutrient balancing affects patch departure by guerezas (Colobus guereza). American Journal of Primatology doi: 10.1002/ajp.22495. [PDF]

7. Bennett AJ, Sibley SD, Lauck M, Weny G, Hyeroba D, Tumukunde A, Friedrich TC, O’Connor DH, Johnson CA, Rothman JM, Goldberg TL. 2016. Naturally circulating Hepatitis A virus in olive baboons, Uganda. Emerging Infectious Diseases 22:1308-1310[PDF]

6.  Johnson CA, Raubenheimer D, Rothman JM, Clarke D, Swedell L. 2013. 30 Days in the life: Daily nutrient balancing in a wild chacma baboon. PLoS ONE 8:e70383. [PDF]

5.  Johnson CA, Swedell L, Rothman JM. 2012. Feeding ecology of olive baboons (Papio anubis) in Kibale National Park, Uganda: preliminary results on diet and food selection. African Journal of Ecology. 50:367-370. [PDF]

4.  Coe FG, Parikh DM, Johnson CA. 2012. The good and the bad: alkaloid screening and brine shrimp bioassays of aqueous extracts of 31 medicinal plants of eastern Nicaragua. Pharmaceutical Biology 50: 384-392. [PDF]

3.  Tombak K, Reid A, Chapman C, Rothman J, Johnson CA, Reyna-Hurtado R. 2012. Patch depletion behavior differs between sympatric folivorous primates. Primates 53:57-64. [PDF]

2.  Coe FG, Parikh DM, Johnson CA. 2010. Alkaloid presence and brine shrimp (Artemia salina) bioassay of medicinal species of eastern Nicaragua. Pharmaceutical Biology 48: 439-445. [PDF]

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters in Edited Volumes

1.  Rothman JM, Johnson CA. Primate nutrition and foodways. 2017. In: Brett J, Chrzan J (eds). Research Methods for the Anthropological Study of Food and Nutrition. AFN Methods Manual. Berghahn Publishers. [LINK]

Manuscripts Submitted or In Preparation

Lynch EC, Johnson CA, Rothman JM, Di Fiore, A, Palombit RA. Mothers and fathers enhance foraging in immature olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis), in prep.

Johnson CA, Raubenheimer D, Swedell L, Rothman JM. Baboons maximize energy and prioritize protein: implications for human evolution, in prep

Johnson CA, Blumenthal SA, Chritz KL, Cerling TE, Rothman JM. Nutritional and isotopic correlates of diet in olive baboons (Papio anubis) in a closed habitat, in prep

Johnson CA, Raubenheimer D, Chapman CA, Rothman JM. Central place foraging movement and nutrient goals in forest-living olive baboons (Papio anubis), in prep.

 

Black and white colobus monkey (Colobus guereza) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Photo by C. Johnson

Black and white colobus monkey (Colobus guereza) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Photo by C. Johnson

Chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa. Photo by Margaret Bryer

Chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa. Photo by Margaret Bryer