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Primates as Pests/Crop Raiding 1996-2001

Anonymous
Kalangala residents told to kill monkeys.
LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER. 2001. 40(2). Pgs: 18


Butynski TM
Africa's great apes.
GREAT APES & HUMANS: THE ETHICS OF COEXISTENCE. Beck BB Stoinski TS Hutchins M Maple TL Norton B Rowan A
Stevens EF Arluke A, Editors. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. 2001. Pgs: 3-56


Chalise MK
Crop raiding by wildlife, especially primates, and indigenous practices for crop protection in Lakuwa Area, East Nepal.
ASIAN PRIMATES. 2001. 7(3-4). Pgs: 4-9


Chalise M; Johnson R
A preliminary report on farmer attitudes toward crop-raiding monkeys in Nepal
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 73


Hanson T
THE IMPENETRABLE FOREST.
San Jose: Writer's Showcase. 2001. Pgs: xv, 264 pp


Kilner TJ
A preliminary study of the behaviour and ecology of the Buton macaque (Macaca brunnescens).
PRIMATE EYE. 2001. 74. Pgs: 24-31


Koenig A; Borries C
Socioecology of Hanuman langurs: The story of their success.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. 10(4). Pgs: 122-137


Robbins MM
Why study Bwindi gorillas.
GORILLA JOURNAL. 2001. 22. Pgs: 22-24


Saj TL; Sicotte P; Paterson JD
The conflict between vervet monkeys and farmers at the forest edge in Entebbe, Uganda.
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 2001-. 39(2). Pgs: 195-199



Wrangham RW
Moral decisions about wild chimpanzees.
GREAT APES & HUMANS: THE ETHICS OF COEXISTENCE. Beck BB Stoinski TS Hutchins M Maple TL Norton B Rowan A
Stevens EF A, Editors. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. 2001. Pgs: 230-244


Zinner D; Palaez F; Berhane D; Torkler F
[Hamadryas baboons in Eritrea.]
ZEITSCHRIFT DES KOELNER ZOO. 2001. 44(2). Pgs: 65-80


Bhatt J
Monkeys poisoned in India?
LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER. 2000. 39(4). Pgs: 13


Bright M
GORILLAS: THE GREATEST APES.
New York : DK. 2000. Pgs: 96 pp


Cowlishaw G; Dunbar R
PRIMATE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY.
Chicago: Univ Chicago Press. 2000. Pgs: xi, 498


Dunbar RIM; Barrett L
COUSINS: OUR PRIMATE RELATIVES.
London: DK. 2000. Pgs: 240 pp


Fooden J
Systematic review of the rhesus macaque, Macaca mulatta (Zimmermann, 1780).
FIELDIANA: ZOOLOGY. 2000. ns96. Pgs: i-v & 1-180


Ghimire SC
A glimpse of crop raiding by rhesus monkeys in Bandipokhara, Palpa, Nepal.
HANSON BULLETIN (NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF NEPAL). 2000-2001. 10/11. Pgs: 12-13


Goldsmith ML
Effects of ecotourism on the behavioral ecology of Bwindi gorillas, Uganda: Preliminary results.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2000. (Suppl 30). Pgs: 161


Greengrass E
The sudden decline of a community of chimpanzees at Gombe National Park: A supplement.
PAN AFRICA NEWS. 2000. 7(2). Pgs: 25-26


Harrison KE; Byrne RW
Hand preferences in unimanual and bimanual feeding by wild vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops).
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY. 2000. 114(1). Pgs: 13-21


Hill CM
Conflict of interest between people and baboons: Crop raiding in Uganda.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2000. 21(2). Pgs: 299-315


Onderdonk DA; Chapman CA
Coping with forest fragmentation: The primates of Kibale National Park, Uganda.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2000. 21(4). Pgs: 587-611


Bernstein IS; Cooper MA
Dominance in assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 1999. 48(4). Pgs: 283-289


Hadfield P
Shock tactics: Marauding monkeys near Tokyo won't know what's hit them.
NEW SCIENTIST. 1999. 164(2206). Pgs: 7


Indo-US Primate Project
ANNUAL REPORT YEAR 05: AUGUST 1998 TO JULY 1999.
Jodhpur, India: Indo-US Primate Project. 1999. Pgs: 69


Knight J
Monkeys on the move: The natural symbolism of people-macaque conflict in Japan.
JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES. 1999. 58(3). Pgs: 622-647

Lotter WD; Thatcher L; Rossouw L; Reinhardt CE
The influence of baboon predation and time in water on germination and early establishment of Opuntia stricta
(Australian pest pear) in the Kruger National Park.
KOEDOE. 1999. 42(1). Pgs: 43-50


Mittermeier RA; Konstant WR
Primate conservation: A retrospective and a look into the 21st century.
AUSTRALASIAN PRIMATOLOGY. 1999. 13(3). Pgs: 2-13


Paterson JD
A survey of pest primate status along the Masindi-Butiaba road in Masindi District, Uganda.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 1999. 49(1). Pgs: 85-86


Saj TL
The ecology and behavior of vervet monkeys in a human-modified environment (Cercopithecus aethiops).
MASTERS ABSTRACTS. 1999. 37(3). Pgs: 779


Saj T; Sicotte P; Paterson JD
Influence of human food consumption on the time budget of vervets.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 1999. 20(6). Pgs: 977-994


Saj T; Sicotte P; Paterson JD
Age-sex class differences in the time budget and feeding strategies of members of a crop and food-raiding vervet
group in Entebbe, Uganda.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 1999. 49(1). Pgs: 96-97


Siex KS; Struhsaker TT
Colobus monkeys and coconuts: A study of perceived human-wildlife conflicts.
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY. 1999. 36(6). Pgs: 1009-1020


Wheatley BP; Stephenson R; Kurashina H
The effects of hunting on the longtailed macaques of Ngeaur Island, Palau.
THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Dolhinow P Fuentes A, Editors. Mountain View: Mayfield Publ. 1999. Pgs: 159-163


Wheatley BP
THE SACRED MONKEYS OF BALI.
Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press. 1999. Pgs: ix, 189


Anonymous
Monkey population problem.
LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER. 1998. 37(1). Pgs: 29


Chalise MK
Attempt of an environmental education for primate conservation.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY,ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 292


Chapman KL; Lawes MJ; Macleod MM
Can pest primates be controlled using non-lethal methods: Samango monkeys in the Cape Vidal Recreation Reserve,
Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY,


Funakoshi M
[Intergroup differences in habitat utilization and crop raiding of wild Japanese monkeys in the cool temperate
forest.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1998. 14(3). Pgs: 258


Gonzalez-Kirchner JP; Sainz De La Maza M
Primates hunting by Guaymi amerindians in Costa Rica.
HUMAN EVOLUTION. 1998. 13(1). Pgs: 15-19


Hashim NR
Crop raiding as a conflict of interest: Implications for primate conservation.
THIRD INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE WORLD CONFERENCE Los Angeles: Orangutan Fdn Int. 1998. Pgs: 4 in

Hill CM
People, crops and baboons: A conflict of interests.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 155

Hill DA; Agetsuma N
Socio-economic correlates of crop-raiding by Japanese macaques in Yakushima.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 158

Hill D; Hill K
Primates as pests: Conflict and conservation.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 154


Horrocks J; Baulu J
Cercopithecus aethiops in Barbados: Pest or resource?
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 159


Jayson EA
Studies on man-wildlife conflict in Peppara Wildlife Santuary and adjacent areas.
KFRI [KERALA FOREST RES INST] RESEARCH REPORT. 1998. (140). Pgs: 1-71


Lanjouw A
International Gorilla Conservation Program (IGCP), 1997
GORILLA CONSERVATION NEWS. 1998. (12). Pgs: 15-17


Naughton-Treves L
Predicting patterns of crop damage by wildlife around Kibale National Park, Uganda.
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY. 1998. 12(1). Pgs: 156-158


Naughton-Treves L; Treves A; Chapman C; Wrangham R
Temporal patterns of crop-raiding by primates: Linking food availability in croplands and adjacent forest.
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY. 1998. 35(4). Pgs: 596-606


Oda R; Matsumoto-Oda A; Nakamura M; Harunari M; et al
[Distributions of Japanese macaques and actual damage to crops by them in Nara and Wakayama prefecture.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1998. 14(3). Pgs: 258


Plumptre A
Non-primate pests of crops around the Parc National des Volcans and implications for mountain gorilla conservation.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 160


Saito C; Tokida K
[An outline survey of crop damage control of Japanese macaques.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1998. 14(3). Pgs: 246


Siex KS; Struhsaker TT
Colobus and coconuts: Quantifying human-wildlife conflicts in Zanzibar.
CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, ABSTRACTS. 1998. 17. Pgs: 156


Struhsaker TT; Siex KS
The Zanzibar red colobus monkey: Conservation status of an endangered island endemic.
PRIMATE CONSERVATION. 1998. (18). Pgs: 51-58


Tattersall I
Lemurs of the Comoro Archipelago: Status of Eulemur mongoz on Moheli and Anjouan, and of Eulemur fulvus on Mayotte.
LEMUR NEWS. 1998. (3). Pgs: 15-17


Yoshihiro S; Furuichi T; Manda M; Ohkubo N; Kinoshita M; Agetsuma N; Azuma S; Matsubara H; Sugiura H; Hill D; Kido
E; Kubo R; Matsushima K; Nakajima K; Maruhashi T; Oi T; Sprague D; Tanaka T; Tsukahara T; Takahata Y
The distribution of wild Yakushima macaque (Macaca fuscata yakui) troops around the coast of Yakushima Island, Japan.
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1998. 14(3). Pgs: 179-187


Chism J; Cords M
De Brazza's monkeys Cercopithecus neglectus in the Kisere National Reserve, Kenya.
AFRICAN PRIMATES. 1997/1998. 3(1-2). Pgs: 18-22


Franklin CA; Inskip MJ; Baccanale CL; Edwards CM; Manton WI; Edwards E; O'Flaherty EJ
Use of sequentially administered stable lead isotopes to investigate changes in blood lead during pregnancy in
a nonhuman primate (Macaca fascicularis).
FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED TOXICOLOGY. 1997. 39(2). Pgs: 109-119


Hanya G; Yamada H; Arakane T
[Population dynamics of wild Japanese macaque troops at Hieizan: Influences of non-systematic provisioning and
dependence on crops.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1997. 13(3). Pgs: 187-202


Hill CM
Crop-raiding by wild vertebrates: The farmer's perspective in an agricultural community in western Uganda.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEST MANAGEMENT. 1997. 43(1). Pgs: 77-84


Hill CM
A conflict of interest between people and baboons: Crop raiding in Uganda.
PRIMATE EYE. 1997. (62). Pgs: 7


Hsu MJ; Agoramoorthy G
Wildlife conservation in Taiwan.
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY. 1997. 11(4). Pgs: 834-836


Kabaya H; Naoi Y; Watanabe A; Hagihara K
[Population control of Japanese macaques by small box traps in the damage frequent occurrence area.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1997. 13(3). Pgs: 261


Mugambi KG; Butynski TM; Suleman MA; Ottichilo W
The vanishing De Brazza's monkey (Cercopithecus neglectus Schlegel) in Kenya.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 1997. 18(6). Pgs: 995-1004


Naughton Treves L
Uneasy neighbors: Wildlife and farmers around Kibale National Park, Uganda.
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL. 1997. B57(9). Pgs: 5410


Oda R; Matsumoto A; Tashiro Y; Hinami M; et al
[Actual damages to crops by Japanese macaques and their distribution in Wakayama prefecture.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1997. 13(3). Pgs: 261


Pirta RS; Gadgil M; Kharshikar AV
Management of the rhesus monkey Macaca mulatta and Hanuman langur Presbytis entellus in Himachal Pradesh, India.
BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION. 1997. 79(1). Pgs: 97-106


Roberts TJ
THE MAMMALS OF PAKISTAN. REVISED ED.
Karachi: Oxford Univ Press. 1997. Pgs: xxxvi, 525


Rosenbaum BR
Patterns and determinants of abundance for the Sulawesi crested black macaque (Macaca nigra) on Bacan Island,
Indonesia, with notes on its conservation.
SULAWESI PRIMATE NEWSLETTER. 1997. 4(1). Pgs: 2-3


Stanley M-A; Griffiths OL
Supplying primates for research.
CONSERVATION AND THE USE OF WILDLIFE RESOURCES. M. Bolton, Editors. London: Chapman & Hall. 1997. Pgs: 191-198


Strange D
1997 NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL STUDBOOK PATAS MONKEY ERYTHROCEBUS PATAS.
Houston: Houston Zool Gardens. 1997. Pgs: 114


Turner TR; Anapol F; Jolly CJ
Growth, development, and sexual dimorphism in vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) at four sites in Kenya.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 1997. 103(1). Pgs: 19-35


Anonymous
Mountain gorillas flee forest safety.
AUSTRALIAN PRIMATOLOGY. 1996. 10(3). Pgs: insert


Boulton AM; Horrocks JA; Baulu J
The Barbados vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus): Changes in population size and crop damage, 1980-1994.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 1996. 17(5). Pgs: 831-844


Datta J
Observation on urban rhesus monkeys.
CURRENT SCIENCE. 1996. 71(12). Pgs: 941


Hill DA; Maruhashi T
Conservation of Japanese macaques in Yakushima: The effectiveness of UNESCO's Natural World Heritage designation.
PRIMATE CONSERVATION. 1996/1997. (17). Pgs: 160-163


Iwamoto T; Mori A; Kawai M; Bekele A
Anti-predator behavior of gelada baboons.
PRIMATES. 1996. 37(4). Pgs: 389-397


Kyes RC; Lelana R P A; Iskandar E; Sajuthi D; et al
Preliminary survey of long-tailed macaques on Pulau Tabuan, Indonesia.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS. 1996. (1996). Pgs: #167


Lee CH
Cocoa pod depredation potential and pest status of some mammals.
MARDI [MALAYSIAN AGR RES DEV INST] RESEARCH JOURNAL. 1996. 24(1). Pgs: 85-91


Mittermeier RA; Konstant WR
Primate conservation: A retrospective and a look into the 21st century.
PRIMATE CONSERVATION. 1996/1997. (17). Pgs: 7-17


Shimizu S; Takeda S; Kanazawa T; Asahi M
[Distribution of wild Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) in Hyogo prefecture.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES. 1996. 12(3). Pgs: 231-240


Struhsaker TT; Siex KS
The Zanzibar red colobus monkey Procolobus kirkii: Conservation status of an endangered island endemic.
AFRICAN PRIMATES. 1996. 2(2). Pgs: 54-61


Thyagaraj NE; Chakravarthy AK; Srihari K
Vertebrate pests of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) and their management practices in hill region of Karnataka.
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, AN ENTOMOLOGICAL APPROACH. Goel SC, Editors.
Muzaffarnagar, India: Uttar Pradesh Zoological Society. 1996. Pgs: 214-218


von Noordwijk MA; van Schaik CP
The macaques of Gunung Leuser National Park.
LEUSER: A SUMATRAN SANCTUARY. van Schaik C Supriatna J, Editors. Depok, Indonesia: Yayasan Bina Sains Hayati
Indonesia. 1996. Pgs: 294-304


Zinner D; Torkler F
Hamadryas baboons Papio Hamadryas in Eritrea.
AFRICAN PRIMATES. 1996. 2(2). Pgs: 65-67