Colin A Chapman

Summary

Affiliation: McGill University
Country: Canada

Publications

  1. Chapman C, Schoof V, Bonnell T, Gogarten J, Calmé S. Competing pressures on populations: long-term dynamics of food availability, food quality, disease, stress and animal abundance. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2015;370: pubmed publisher
    ..Despite these changing social and ecological factors, the abundance of red colobus has remained stable, possibly through a combination of increasing group size and behavioural flexibility. ..
  2. Chapman C. A road for a promising future for China's primates: The potential for restoration. Zool Res. 2018;39:244-248 pubmed publisher
    ..This evaluation suggests that the restoration of native forest to support many of China's primates holds great potential to advance conservation goals and to promote primate population recovery. ..
  3. Chapman C, Speirs M, Gillespie T, Holland T, Austad K. Life on the edge: gastrointestinal parasites from the forest edge and interior primate groups. Am J Primatol. 2006;68:397-409 pubmed
  4. Chapman C, Wasserman M, Gillespie T, Speirs M, Lawes M, Saj T, et al. Do food availability, parasitism, and stress have synergistic effects on red colobus populations living in forest fragments?. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2006;131:525-34 pubmed
    ..A path analysis suggests that change in food availability has a strong direct effect on population size, but it also has an indirect effect via parasite infections...
  5. Chapman C, Saj T, Snaith T. Temporal dynamics of nutrition, parasitism, and stress in colobus monkeys: implications for population regulation and conservation. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2007;134:240-50 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that parasitism and poor nutrition lead to increased stress which, because they are known to be associated with reduced fecundity and increased mortality, may lead to population declines...
  6. Chapman C, Bowman D, Ghai R, Gogarten J, Goldberg T, Rothman J, et al. Protozoan parasites in group-living primates: testing the biological island hypothesis. Am J Primatol. 2012;74:510-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Whatever the ultimate explanation for these changes, our findings have implications for studies proposing selective forces shaping primate behavior and social organization...
  7. Krief S, Berny P, Gumisiriza F, Gross R, Demeneix B, Fini J, et al. Agricultural expansion as risk to endangered wildlife: Pesticide exposure in wild chimpanzees and baboons displaying facial dysplasia. Sci Total Environ. 2017;598:647-656 pubmed publisher
    ..Identifying and limiting potential threats to their survival such be a conservation priority. ..
  8. Mackenzie C, Salerno J, Hartter J, Chapman C, Reyna R, Tumusiime D, et al. Changing perceptions of protected area benefits and problems around Kibale National Park, Uganda. J Environ Manage. 2017;200:217-228 pubmed publisher
    ..Understanding the dynamic nature of local people's perceptions provides a tool to adapt protected area management plans, prioritize conservation resources, and engage local communities to support protected areas. ..