Publications

If you are interested in articles in press, please just send me an email at lauren.chapman@mcgill.ca.
Please contact Carole Smith if you need any PDFs of articles pre-2000.

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In press
Kininmonth, S., B. Crona, Ö. Bodin, I. Vaccaro, L.J. Chapman, and C. Chapman.. Microeconomic relationships between and among fishers and traders influence the ability to respond to socio-ecological changes in a small-scale fishery. Ecology and Society

2016

Chretien, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Tropical fish in a warming world: thermal tolerance of Nile perch (Lates niloticus L.) in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Conservation Physiology 4:co2062. [223] doi: 10.1093/conphys/cow062

Zachery R.R. Wells, L. McDonnell, L.J. Chapman, and D.J. Fraser. 2016. Limited variability in upper thermal tolerance among pure and hybrid populations of a cold-water fish. Conservation Physiology 4(1): cow63. [222] doi: 10.1093/conphys/cow063

McDonnell, L.H. and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Effects of thermal increase on aerobic capacity and swim performance in a tropical inland fish. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A. 199:62-70. [221] doi: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2016.05.018

Gray, S.M., N. Mandrak, and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Species-specific effects of turbidity on the physiology of imperiled blackline shiners (Notropis spp.) in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Endangered Species Research 31:271-277. [220] doi: 10.3354/esr00774

Fugere, V., E.A. Nyboer, J.C. Bleecker, and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Impacts of forest loss on inland waters: Identifying critical research zones based on deforestation rates, aquatic ecosystem services, and past research effort. Biological Conservation 201:277-283. [219] doi: 0.1016/j.biocon.2016.07.012

Chretien, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Habitat heterogeneity facilitates coexistence of native fishes with an introduced predator: the resilience of a fish community 50 years after the introduction of Nile perch. Biological Invasions 18:3449-3464. [218] doi: 10.1007/s10530-016-1235-x

McNeil G., C. Friesen*, S.M. Gray, A. Aldredge, and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Male colour variation in a eurytopic African cichlid: the role of diet and hypoxia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 118:551-568. [217] doi: 10.1111/bij.12748

Fugere, V., Kasangaki, A., and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Land use changes in an afrotropical biodiversity hotspot affect stream alpha and 2 beta diversity. Ecosphere 7:e01355. [216]

Efitre, J., D.M. Murie, and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Age validation, growth and mortality of introduced Tilapia zillii in a small crater lake in Uganda, East Africa. Fisheries Management and Ecology 23:66-75. [215] doi: 10.1111/fme.12163

Goldberg, T.L., S Angedakin, G.M. Isabirye Basuta, M Brown, T.M. Butynski, C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and 21 others. 2016. Remembering Jerry Lwanga: A perspective from his colleagues. International Journal of Primatology. [214] doi: 10.1007/s10764-015-9888-3

Chapman, L.J. and Sharpe, D.M.T. 2016. Harvest-induced phenotypic change in inland fisheries. In. J. Craig (Editor). The Ecology of Freshwater Fisheries, Wiley-Blackwell, Pp 626-640. [213]

Hanna, D.E.L.*, L.J. Chapman, and D.G. Buck. 2016. Effects of habitat on mercury concentrations in fish: a case study of Nile perch (Lates niloticus) in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Ecotoxicology 25:178-191 [212] doi: 10.1007/s10646-015-1578-6

 

2015

McDonnell, L.H. and L.J. Chapman 2015. At the edge of the thermal window: Effects of elevated temperature on the resting metabolism, hypoxia tolerance, and upper critical thermal limit of a widespread African cichlid. Conservation Physiology 3 [211] DOI 10.1093/conphys/cov050

Sharpe, D.M.T., R.B. Langerhans, E. Low-Decarie, and L.J. Chapman 2015. Little evidence for morphological change in a resilient endemic species following the introduction of a novel predator. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28:2054–2067 [210] DOI 10.1111/jeb.12720

Hanna, D.E.L., C.T. Solomon, A.E. Poste, D. Buck, and L.J. Chapman 2015. A review of mercury concentrations in freshwater fishes of Africa: patterns & predictors. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 34:215-223. [209] DOI: 10.1002/etc.2818.

Mbalassa, M.M., Nshombo, M.E. Kateyo, L.J. Chapman, J. Efitre, and G. Bwanika 2015. Indentification of migratory and spawning habitats of Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) in Lake Edward – Ishasha River watershed, Albertine Rift Valley, East Africa. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2:128-138. [208]

Downing, A E. van Nes, J. Balirwa, J. Beuving, P.O.J. Bwathondi, L.J. Chapman et al. 2015. Coupled human and natural system dynamics as key to the sustainability of Lake Victoria’s ecosystem. Ecology and Society. 19 (4): 31. [207]

Chapman L.J. 2015. Low-oxygen lifestyles in extremophilic fishes. In: R. Reisch, M. Plath, M. Tobler (Editors) Extremophile Fishes - Ecology and Evolution of Teleosts in Extreme Environments. Springer, Heidelberg. pp. 9-31. [206]

2014

Sharpe, D.M.T. and L.J. Chapman. 2014. Niche expansion in a resilient endemic species following introduction of a novel top predator. Freshwater Biology. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12452. [205]

Downing, A. E, F.H. van Nes, J. Balirwa, J. Beuving, P.O.J. Bwathondi, L.J. Chapman and 34 others. 2014. Coupled human and natural system dynamics as key to the sustainability of Lake Victoria’s ecosystem. Ecology and Society. 19 (4): 31. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol19/iss4/art31/. [204]

Nkalubo, W., L.J. Chapman, and F. Myodi. 2014. Feeding ecology of intensively fished Nile perch, Lates niloticus, in Lake Victoria, Uganda. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management. 17:62-69. [203]

Nyboer, E.A., S.M. Gray, and L.J. Chapman. 2014. A colourful youth: ontogenetic colour change is habitat-specific in the invasive Nile perch. Hydrobiologia. 738: 221-234. DOI 10.1007/s10750-014-1961-y. [202]

Gray, S.M., F.M.E. Bieber, L.H. McDonnell, L.J. Chapman, and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. Experimental evidence for species-specific response to turbidity in imperiled fishes. Aquatic Conservation DOI:10.1002/aqc.2436. [201]

Saulnier-Talbot É., I. Gregory-Eaves, K.G. Simpson, E. Jackson, T.E. Nowlan, Z.E. Taranu, and L.J. Chapman. 2014. Small changes in climate can profoundly alter the dynamics and services of equatorial crater lakes. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0086561 [200]

Wiens, K., E. Crispo, and L.J. Chapman. 2014. Phenotypic plasticity is maintained despite geographical isolation in an African cichlid fish, Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor. Integrative Zoology 9:85-96.
DOI: 10.1111/1749-4877.12029. [199]

2013

Vaccaro, I., C. Chapman, E. Nyboer, M. Luke, A. Byekwaso, C. Morgan, D. Mbabazi, D. Twinomugisha, D. and L. Chapman 2013. An interdisciplinary methodology to harmonizing ecology, economy, and co-management: Fisheries exploitation in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. African Journal of Aquatic Science. 39 (Suppl. 1): 97-104. [198]

Nyboer, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2013. Ontogenetic shifts in phenotype-environment associations in Nile perch, Lates niloticus (Perciformes: Latidae) from Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Biological Journal of the Linnaen Society. 110 (2): 449-465. [197]

Reid, A.J., M.J. Farrell, M.N. Luke and L.J. Chapman. 2013. Implications of hypoxia tolerance for wetland refugia use in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Ecology of Freshwater fish. doi: 10.1111/eff.12036. [196]

Joyner-Matos, J. and L.J. Chapman. 2013. Persisting in papyrus: size, oxidative stress, and fitness in freshwater organisms adapted to sustained hypoxia. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpa.2013.03.032 [195]

Harniman, R., T.J.S. Merritt, L.J. Chapman, D. Lesbarreres, and M.L. Martinez. 2013. Population differentiation of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri across dissolved oxygen regimes.
Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.561 [194]

Reid. A.J., L.J. Chapman, and A. Ricciardi. 2013. Wetland edges as peak refugia from an introduced predator in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Aquatic Conservation DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2328 [193]

Evans, M., L.J. Chapman, I. Mitrofanov, and L. Bernatchez. 2013. Patterns of morphological divergence in respiratory, circulatory, and neurological traits in lake whitefish sympatric species pairs. Ecology and Evolution 3:546–557. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.469 [192]

Wiens, K., E. Crispo, and L.J. Chapman. 2013. Phenotypic plasticity is maintained despite geographical isolation in an African cichlid fish, Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor. Integrative Zoology DOI: 10.1111/1749-4877.12029. [191]

Sesterhenn, T.M., E.E. Reardon, and L.J. Chapman. 2013. Hypoxia and lost gills: Respiratory ecology of a temperate larval damselfly. 2013. Journal of Insect Physiology 59:19-25. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jinsphys.2012.09.018. [190]

Crocker, C., L.J. Chapman, and M. Martinez. 2013. Natural variation in enzyme activity of the African cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae) Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 164:53-60. doi: 10.1016/j.cbpb.2012.10.003. [189]

Nyboer, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2013. Movement and home range of introduced Nile perch (Lates niloticus) in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda: Implications for ecological divergence and fisheries management. Fisheries Research 137:18-29. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2012.08.003 [188]


2012

Yatuha, J., J. Kang’ombe, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. Diet and feeding habits of the small catfish, Clarias liocephalus in wetlands of Western Uganda. African Journal of Ecology DOI: 10.1111/aje.12048. [187]

Friesen, C.N., L.J. Chapman, and N. Aubin-Horth. 2012. Holding water steroid hormones in the African cichlid fish Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae. General and Comparative Endocrinology 79: 400–405. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2012.07.031 [186]

Reardon E.E. and L.J. Chapman. 2012 Fish embryo and juvenile size under hypoxia in the mouth-brooding African cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor. Current Zoology 58:410-412. [185]

Gotanda, K., E.E. Reardon, S. Murphy, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. Critical swim speed and fast-start response in an African Cichlid: Convergent performance in divergent oxygen regimes. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90:545-554 doi: 10.1139/A2012-019 [184]

O’Connor, C.M., E.E. Reardon, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. Shorter gills in mouth-brooding females of the cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor. Copeia 2012:382-388. [183]

Friesen, C.N., N. Aubin-Horth, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. The effect of hypoxia on sex hormones in an African cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2012.01.019. [182]

Sharpe, D., S. B.Wandera, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. Life history change in response to fishing and an introduced predator in the East African cyprinid Rastrineobola argentea. Evolutionary Applications doi:10.1111/j.1752-4571.2012.00245.x. [181]

Gray, S.M. Chapman, L.J., and N.E. Mandrak. 2012. Turbidity reduces hatching success in Threatened Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Environmental Biology of Fishes DOI 10.1007/s10641-012-9999-z. [180]

Räsänen, K., M. Delcourt, L.J. Chapman, and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Divergent selection and then what not: the puzzle of missing reproductive isolation in Misty lake and stream stickleback. International Journal of Ecology doi:10.1155/2012/902438. [179]

Gray, S.M., L.H. McDonnell, F.G. Cinquemani, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. As clear as mud: turbidity decreases social behavior and increases aggression in the African cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor. Current Zoology 58:46−157. [178]

2011

Gotanda, K.M., E.E. Reardon, and L.J. Chapman. 2011. Hypoxia and male behaviour in an African cichlid. Journal of Fish Biology 78:2085-2092. DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.02996.x. [177]

Reardon, E.E., A. Parisi, R. Krahe, and L.J. Chapman. 2011. Energetic constraints on electric signalling in wave-type weakly electric fishes. Journal of Experimental Biology 214:4141-4150. DOI: 10.1242/ieb.059444. [176]

Tobler, M., M. Palacios, L.J. Chapman, I. Mitrofanov, D. Bierbach, M. Plath, L. Arias-Rodriguez, F.J. Carcia de Leon, and M. Mateos. 2011. Replicated phenotypic differentiation in livebearing fish inhabiting sulfidic springs. Evolution 65:2213-2228. [175]

Martinez, M.L., E.L. Raynard, B.B. Rees, and L.J. Chapman. 2011. Oxygen limitation and tissue metabolic potential of the African fish Barbus neumayeri: roles of native habitat and acclimatization. BMC Ecology DOI:10.1185/1472-6785-11-2. [174]

Joyner-Matos, J., H. Richardson, T. Sammeli, and L.J. Chapman. 2011. A fingernail clam shows higher fitness in hypoxic waters. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89:161-168. DOI:10.1139/Z10-106. [173]

Crispo, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2011. Hypoxia drives divergence in cichlid body shape. Evolutionary Ecology 25:949-964.DOI 10.1007/s10682-010-9445-7. [172]

2010

Hendry, A.P., K. Hudson, J.A. Walker, K. Räsänen, and L.J. Chapman. 2010. Genetic divergence in morphology-performance mapping between Misty Lake and inlet stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02155.x. [171]

Binning, S.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2010. Evidence for eco-morphological mismatch in populations of an African cichlid fish. Current Zoology 5: 241-255. DOI: 10/1111/j.1749-4877.2010.00209.x [170]

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. Pp. 70-87. In: Long Term Changes in Africa’s Rift Valley: Impacts on Biodiversity and Ecosystems. A. Plumptre, editor. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York. [169]

Binning, S.A., L.J. Chapman, and J. Dumont. 2010. Feeding and breathing: Trait correlations in an African cichlid fish. Journal of Zoology DOI: 10.1111/j. 1469-7998.2010.00725.x [168]

Crispo, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2010. Geographic variation in phenotypic plasticity in response to dissolved oxygen in an African cichlid fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-0101.2010.02069.x [167]

Reardon, E.E. and L.J. Chapman. 2010. Mouthbrooding under hypoxia: Is parental care a costly affair? Journal of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 156: 400–406. [166]

Southworth, J., J. Hartter, M.W. Binford, A. Goldman, C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, P. Omeja, and E. Binford. 2010. Parks, People and Pixels: Evaluating landscape effects of an East African national park on its surroundings. Tropical Conservation Science 3:122-142. [165]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A.L. Jacob, J.M. Rothman, P. Omega, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J. Hartter, and M.J. Lawes. Tropical tree community shifts: Implications for wildlife conservation. Biological Conservation 143:366-374. [164]

Paterson, J.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2010. Intraspecific variation in gill morphology of juvenile Nile perch, Lates niloticus, in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88:97-104 DOI: 10.1007/s10641-010-9600-6. [163]

Reardon, E.E. and L.J. Chapman. Energetics of hypoxia in a mouth-brooding cichlid: Evidence for interdemic and developmental effects. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 8:414-423. DOI: 10.1086/651100. [162]

Crispo, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2010. Temporal variation in the population genetic structure of a riverine African cichlid fish. Journal of Heredity  101:97-106. [161]

2009

Reardon, E.E. and L.J. Chapman. Hypoxia and life-history traits in a eurytopic African cichlid. Journal of Fish Biology 75: 1683-1699. [160]

Binning, S.A. and L.J. Chapman. Specialized morphology for a generalist diet: Evidence for Liem’s paradox in a cichlid fish. Journal of Fish Biology 75: 1683-1699. [159]

Mbabazi D., B. Makanga, F. Orach-Meza, R.E. Hecky, J.S. Balirwa, R. Ogutu-Ohwayo, P. Verburg, L. Chapman, and E. Muhumuza. Intra-lake variation in stable isotope ratios of selected fish species and their possible carbon sources in Lake Kyoga (Uganda):  Implications for aquatic food web studies. African Journal of Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2028.2009.01163.x. [158]

Paterson, J.A. and L. J. Chapman. 2009. Fishing down and fishing hard: Ecological change in the Nile perch of Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Ecology of Freshwater Fish DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0633.2009.00355.x  [157]

Efitre, J., L. J., Chapman, and D. Murie. 2009. Predictors of fish condition in introduced tilapias of Uganda crater lakes in relation to fishing pressure and deforestation. Environmental Biology of Fishes 85: 63-75 [156]

Martinez, M.L., L.J Chapman, and B. B., Rees. 2009. Population variation in hypoxic responses of the cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae. Canadian Journal of Zoology 87:188-194. [155]

Chapman, L.J. and D. McKenzie. Behavioural responses and ecological consequences. 2009. Invited book chapter  Pp. 26-77. In: Richards, J.G., A.P. Farrell, and C.J. Brauner (editors). Hypoxia in Fishes. Elsevier, San Diego. [153]

2008

Chapman, L.J., J. Albert, and F. Galis. 2008. Developmental plasticity, genetic differentiation, and hypoxia-induced trade-offs in an African cichlid fish. The Open Evolution Journal 2: 75-88.  [154]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, P. Omeja, and D. Twinomugisha. 2008. Long-term studies reveal the conservation potential for integrating habitat restoration and animal nutrition. Pp. 51-62. In: Science and Conservation in African Forests: The Benefits of Long-term Research, R.W. Wrangham and E. Ross (eds).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.  [152]

Binning, S.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2008. Feeding ecology and diet overlap in riverine cichlids from western Uganda. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 30(2): 283-286. [151]

Crampton, W.G.R., L.J. Chapman, and J. Bell. 2008. Interspecific variation in gill size is correlated to ambient dissolved oxygen in the Amazonian electric fish Brachyhypopomus (Hypopomidae, Gymnotiformes).  Environmental Biology of Fishes  DOI 10.1007/s10641-007-9325-3. [150]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, F. Witte, L. Kaufman, and J. Balirwa. 2008. Biodiversity Conservation in African Inland Waters: Lessons of the Lake Victoria Basin. Plenary Paper:  Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 30 (Part I):16-34.  [149]

Crispo, E. and L.J. Chapman. 2008. Population genetic structure across dissolved oxygen regimes in an African cichlid fish. Molecular Ecology 17:2134-2148.  [148]

Kasangaki, A., L.J. Chapman, and J. Balirwa. 2008. Land-use and the limnology and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages of high altitude rainforest streams in Uganda. Freshwater Biology 53:681-697.  [147]

Cosandey-Godin, S.A. Binning, and L.J. Chapman. 2008. Specialized morphology for a noon-specialized diet:  Liem’s paradox in an African cichlid fish.  MSURJ (McGill Science Undergraduate Research Journal) 3:19-23.  [146]

Correa, S.B., W.G.R. Crampton, L.J. Chapman, and J.S. Albert. 2008. A comparison of flooded forest and floating meadow fish assemblages in an upper Amazon floodplain. Journal of Fish Biology 72:1-16.  [145]

Wen-Chi Corrie, L., L.J. Chapman, and E.E. Reardon. 2008. Brood protection at a cost: Mouthbrooding under hypoxia in an African cichlid. Environmental Biology of Fishes 82:41-49.  [144]

Reardon, E.E. and L.J. Chapman. 2008. Reproductive seasonality in a swamp-locked African cichlid. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17:20-29.  [143]

2007

Seifert, A.W. and L.J. Chapman. 2007. The relationship between temperature and resting metabolism in the African lungfish Protopterus aethiopicus. African Journal of Aquatic Science 32:299-303.  [142]

Crispo, E., C. Hagen, T. Glenn, G. Geneau, and L.J. Chapman. 2007. Isolation and characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite markers in a mouth-brooding haplochromine cichlid fish (Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae) from Uganda). Molecular Ecology Notes 7:129301295.  [141] 

Bwanika, G.N., D.J. Murie, and L.J. Chapman. 2007. Comparative age and growth of Oreochromis niloticus LINNE (Nile tilapia) in lakes Nabugabo and Wamala, Uganda. Hydrobiologia  589:278-301. [140]

Chapman, L.J. 2007. Morpho-physiological divergence across oxygen gradients in fishes. Invited book chapter. Pp. 14-29. In: M.N. Fernandes, F.T. Rantin, M.L. Glass, and B.G. Kapoor (editors). Fish Respiration and the Environment. Science Publisher, Inc., Enfield, NH. [139]

Langerhans, R.B., L.J. Chapman, and T.J. DeWitt. 2007. Complex phenotype-environment associations revealed in an East African cyprinid. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1171-1181. [138]

Chapman, L.J., T.J. DeWitt, V. Tzenava, and J. Paterson. 2007. Interdemic variation in the gill morphology of a eurytopic African cichlid. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Fish Physiology, Toxicology, and Water Quality. EPA/600/R-07/010.  209-225. [137]

Joyner-Matos, J., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Downs, T. Hofer, C. Leeuwenburgh, and D. Julian. 2007. Population distribution and stress response of a freshwater clam along a natural oxygen gradient. Functional Ecology  21:344-355. [136]

Cucherousset, J. J-M. Paillisson, A. Carpentier, and L.J. Chapman. 2007. Fish emigration pattern from temporary wetlands during drought: the role of physiological tolerance. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 168:169-178. [135]

2006

Bwanika, G.N., L.J. Chapman and Y. Kizito. 2006. Cascading effects of introduced Nile Perch (Lates niloticus) on the foraging ecology of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15:470-481. [134]

Van Holt, T., D.M. Murphy, and L.J. Chapman. 2006. Local and landscape predictors of fish assemblage characteristics in the Great Swamp, New York. Northeastern Naturalist 13:353-374. [133]

Raymond, K.,  L.J. Chapman, and C. Lanciani. 2006. Host, macrohabitat, and microhabitat specificity in the gill parasite Neodiplozoon polycotyleus [Monogenea]. Journal of Parasitology 92:1211-1217. [132]

Barrow, L. and L.J. Chapman. 2006. Foraging costs of hypoxia acclimation in the swamp-dwelling African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri. Copeia 2006:552-557. [131]

Campbell, L., R.E. Hecky, D.G. Dixon, and L.J. Chapman. 2006. Food web structure and mercury transfer in two contrasting Uganda highland crater lakes. African Journal of Ecology 44:337-346. [130]

Seifert, A.W. and L.J. Chapman. 2006. Respiratory allocation and standard rate of metabolism in the African lungfish, Protopterus aethiopicus. Journal of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 143:142-148. [129]

2005

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, T.T. Struhsaker, A.E. Zanne, C.J. Clark, and J.R. Poulsen. 2005. A thirty-year evaluation of fruit phenology: Importance of climate change. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21:1-14. [128]

Randle, A.R. and L.J. Chapman. 2005. Morphological and behavioral allocation to air and water breathing in the anabantid fish Ctenopoma muriei. Journal of Fish Biology  67:292-298. [127]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A.E. Zanne, J.R. Poulsen, C.J. Clark. 2005. A 12-year phenological record of fruiting:  Implications for frugivore populations and indicators of climate change. In: J.L. Dew and J. P. Boubli (eds.). Tropical Fruits and Frugivores. Springer, The Netherlands. Pp. 75.92. [126]

2004

Chapman, C.A., Chapman, L.J., Naughton-Treves, L., Lawes, M.J. & McDowell, L.R. 2004. Predicting folivorous primate abundance: Validation of a nutrition model. American Journal of Primatology, v. 62, 2004, pp.55-69. [125]

Chapman, L.J., K. Schneider, C.K. Apodaca, and C.A. Chapman. 2004. Respiratory ecology of macroinvertebrates in a swamp-river system of East Africa. Biotropica 36: 572-585. [124]

Paul, J.R., A.M. Randle, C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman. 2004. Arrested succession in logging gaps:  Is tree seedling growth and survival limiting?  African Journal of Ecology  42: 245-251. [123]

Bwanika, G.N., B. Makanga, Y.Kizito, L.J. Chapman, and J. Balirwa. 2004. Observations on the biology of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus L. in two Ugandan crater lakes. African Journal of Ecology 42: 93-101. [122]

Timmerman, C.M. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Patterns of hypoxia in a coastal salt marsh: Implications for ecophysiology of resident fishes. Florida Scientist 67: 80-91. [121]

Balirwa, J., C. A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, K. Geheb, R. Lowe-McConnell, O. Seehausen, J. Wanink, R. Welcomme, and F. Witte (authorship alphabetical). 2004. The role of conservation in biodiversity and fisheries sustainability in the Lake Victoria Basin. (In)  Lake Victoria 2000: A New Beginning. LVFO, Uganda.  (In press). [120]

Apodaca, C.K. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Larval damselflies in extreme environments: Behavioral and physiological response to hypoxic stress. Journal of Insect Phyisology 50:767-775. [119]

Timmerman, C.M. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Behavioral and physiological compensation for chronic hypoxia in the live-bearing sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77:601-610. [118]

Martinez, M.L., L.J. Chapman, J.M. Grady, and B.B. Rees. 2004. Interdemic variation in hematocrit and lactate dehydrogenase in the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri. Journal of Fish Biology  65:1056-1069. [117]

Apodaca, C.K. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Adult damselflies of Kibale National Park, Uganda: Habitat associations and seasonal occurrence. Odonatologica 33:129-146. [116]

Olowo, J.P., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and R. Ogutu-Ohwayo. 2004. The spatio-temporal distribution and feeding ecology of the Characid Brycinus sadleri: Implications for persistence with Nile perch (Lates niloticus). African Journal of Aquatic Science 29:13-23. [115]

Schaack, S.R. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Interdemic variation in the foraging ecology of the African cyprinid, Barbus neumayeri. Environmental Biology of Fishes 70:95-105. [114]

Timmerman, C.M. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Hypoxia and interdemic variation in the sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna). Journal of Fish Biology 65:635-650. [113]

Randle, A.R. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Habitat use by the air-breathing fish Ctenopoma muriei: Implications for costs of breathing. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 13:37-45. [112]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2004. Unfavorable successional pathways and the conservation value of logged tropical forest. Biodiversity and Conservation 13:2089-2105. [111]

2003

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, K. Vulinec, A. Zanne, and M.J. Lawes. 2003. Fragmentation and alteration to seed dispersal processes: Dung beetles, seed fate, and seedling diversity. Biotropica 35:382-393. [109]

Balirwa, J.S., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, I.G. Cowx, K. Geheb, L. Kaufman, R.H. Lowe-McConnell, O. Seehausen, J.H. Wanink, R.L. Welcomme, and F. Witte. 2003. Biodiversity and Fishery Sustainability in the Lake Victoria Basin: An Unexpected Marriage? Bioscience 53:703-715. Order of authorship alphabetical. [108]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, J.P. Olowo, P.J. Schofield, L.S. Kaufman, O. Seehausen, and R. Ogutu-Ohwayo. 2003. Fish Faunal Resurgence in Lake Nabugabo, East Africa. Conservation Biology 17:500-511. [107]

Schaack, S.R. and L.J. Chapman. 2003. Interdemic variation in the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri: Correlations among hypoxia, morphology, and feeding performance. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:430-440. [106]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and Les S. Kaufman. 2003. Conservation and management of African aquatic ecosystems: An Introduction. Pp. 1-6. (In) Conservation, Ecology, and Management of African Freshwaters. T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (editors). University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. [105]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 2003. Fishes of the African rain forests: Emerging and potential threats to a little-known fauna. Pp. 176-209. (In) Conservation, Ecology, and Management of African Freshwaters. T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (editors). University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. [104]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2003. Deforestation in tropical Africa: Impacts on aquatic ecosystems. Pp. 229-246. (In) Conservation, Ecology, and Management of African Freshwaters. T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (editors). University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. [103]

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman. 2003. Incorporating wetlands and their ecotones in the conservation and management of freshwater ecosystems of Africa. Pp. 210-228. (In) Conservation, Ecology, and Management of African Freshwaters. T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (editors). University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. [102]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and L. S. Kaufman. 2003. The conservation and management of African inland waters: A synthesis. Pp. 474-488. (In) Conservation, Ecology, and Management of African Freshwaters. T.L. Crisman, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and L.S. Kaufman (editors). University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. [101]

Rode, K.D., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and L.R. McDowell. 2003. Mineral resource availability and consumption by colobus monkeys in Kibale National Park, Uganda. International Journal of Primatology Internationl Journal of Primatology 24:541-573. [100]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, K. D. Rode, E. Hauck, and L.R. McDowell. 2003. Variation in the nutritional value of primate foods: Among trees, time periods, and areas. International Journal of Primatology 24:541-573. [99]

2002

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A. Gautier-Hion, J.E. Lambert, K. Rode, C.E.G. Tutin, and L.J.T. White. 2002. Variation in the diet of Cercopithecus Monkeys: Differences within forests, among forests, and across species. Pp. 319-344. (In) M.Glenn and M. Cords (editors). Plenum Press, New York. [98]

Seehausen, O., E. Koetsier, M.V. Schneider, L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, M.E. Knight, G.F. Turner, J.J.M. van Alphen, and R. Bills. 2002. Nuclear markers reveal unexpected variation and a Congolese-Nilotic origin of the Lake Victoria ciclid species flock. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 270:129-137. [97]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, A. Zanne, and M. Burgess. 2002. Does weeding promote regeneration of an indigenous tree community in felled pine plantations in Uganda? Restoration Ecology 10:408-415. [96]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, F.G. Nordlie, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2002. Physiological refugia: Swamps, hypoxia tolerance, and maintenance of fish biodiversity in the Lake Victoria Region. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 133 (A):421-437. [95]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2002. Foraging challenges of red colobus monkeys: Influence of nutrients and secondary compounds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 133(A):861-310. [94]

Melnychuk, M.C. and L.J. Chapman. 2002. Hypoxia tolerance of two haplochromine cichlids: Swamp leakage and potential for interlacustrine dispersal. Environmental Biology of Fishes 65:99-110. [93]

Chapman, L.J., F.G. Nordlie, and A. Seifert. 2002. Respiratory oxygen consumption among groups of the African cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor victoriae subjected to different oxygen concentrations during development. Journal of Fish Biology 60: 242-251. [92]

Zinabu, G.-M., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 2002. Conductivity as a predictor of total cations and salinity in Ethiopian lakes and rivers: Revisiting earlier models. Limnologica 32:21-26. [91]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, K. Bjorndal, D.A. Onderdonk. 2002. Application of protein to fiber ratios to predict colobine abundance on different spatial scales. International Journal of Primatology 23:393-310. [90]

Goudswaard, K., F. Witte, and L.J. Chapman. 2002. Decline of the African lungfish (Protopterus aethiopicus) in Lake Victoria (East Africa). Journal of African Ecology 40:42-52. [89]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and T.R. Gillespie. 2002. Scale issues in the study of primate foraging: Red colobus of Kibale National Park. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 117:349-363. [88]

2001

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, and J. Prenger. 2001. Cultural eutrophication of a Ugandan highland crater lake: A twenty-five year comparison of limnological parameters. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 27:3574-3578. [87]

Efitre, J., L.J. Chapman, and B. Makanga. 2001. The inshore benthic macroinvertebrates of Lake Nabugabo, Uganda: Seasonal and spatial patterns. African Zoology 36:205-216. [86]

Chapman, L.J. and K. Hulen. 2001. Implications of hypoxia for the brain size and gill surface area of mormyrid fishes. Journal of Zoology 254:461-472. [85]

Osborne, T., L.J. Chapman, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, J. Prenger, S. Nyguen, and E. Stecker. 2001. Invertebrate community structure and oxygen availability in an intermittent stream/wetland system of the Uganda uplands. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 27:3599-3603. [84]

Chapman, L.J. 2001. Fishes of African rain forests: Diverse adaptations to environmental challenges. Pp. 263-290. (In) African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation. W. Weber, L.J.T. White, A. Vedder, and L. Naughton-Treves (editors). Yale University Press, New Haven. [83]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2001. Plant-animal coevolution: Is it thwarted by spatial and temporal variation in animal foraging? Pp. 275-290. (In) D. Levey, W.R. Silva, and M. Galetti (editors). Frugivory and Seed Dispersal: Biodiversity and Conservation Perspectives. CABI Publishers. [82]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 2001. Tropical forest degradation and aquatic ecosystems: Our current state of knowledge. Pp. 237-249 (In) Conservation of Freshwater Fishes: Options for the Future. M.J. Collares-Pereira, M.M. Coelho, and L.G. Cowx (editors). Oxford: Fishing News Books, Blackwell Science. [81]

Chapman, L.J., J. Balirwa, F.W.B. Bugenyi, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Crisman. 2001. Wetlands of East Africa: Biodiversity, exploitation, and policy perspectives. Pp. 101-132. (In). B. Gopal (editor) Wetlands Biodiversity. Backhuys Publisher, Leiden. [80]

Zanne, A.E., B. Keith, C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 2001. Protecting terrestrial mammal communities: Potential role of pine plantations. African Journal of Ecology 39:399-401. [79]

2000

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and J. Prenger. 2000. Predictors of seasonal oxygen levels in a Ugandan swamp/river system: A 3-year profile. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 27:3048-3053. [78]

Chapman, L.J., F. Galis, and J. Shinn. 2000. Phenotypic plasticity and the possible role of genetic assimilation: Hypoxia-induced trade-offs in the morphological traits of an African cichlid. Ecology Letters 3:388-393. [77]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Constraints on group size in redtail monkeys and red colobus: Testing the generality of the ecological constraints model. International Journal of Primatology 21:565-585. [76]

Chapman, L.J. and C. Frankl. 2000. Observations on the reproductive biology of the African cyprinid, Barbus neumayeri. The African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries 9:36-48. [75]

Rosenberger A.E. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Respiratory characters of three haplochromine cichlids: Implications for persistence in wetland refugia. Journal of Fish Biology 57:483-501. [74]

Walsh, S.J., L.J. Chapman, A.E. Rosenberger, and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Redescription and ecology of Amphilius jacksonii (Siluriformes: Amphiliidae), a hillstream catfish of Western Uganda. Icthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 11:163-174. [73]

Chapman, L.J., C. Lanciani, and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Ecology of a diplozoon parasite on the gills of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri. African Journal of Ecology 38:312-320. [72]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Determinants of group size in social primates: The importance of group movement. (In) Group Movement in Social Primates and Other Animals: Patterns, Processes, and Cognitive Implications. pp. 24-42. S. Boinski and P.A. Garber (editors). University of Chicago Press, Chicago. [71]

Schofield, P.J. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Hypoxia tolerance of introduced Nile perch: Implications for survival of indigenous fishes in the Lake Victoria Basin. African Zoology 35:35-42. [70]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Interdemic variation in mixed-species association patterns: Common diurnal primates of Kibale National Park. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 47:129-139. [69]

1999

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Forest restoration in abandoned agricultural land: A case study from East Africa. Conservation Biology 13:1301-1311. [68]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, D. Brazeau, B. McGlaughlin, and M. Jordan. 1999. Papyrus swamps and faunal diversification: Geographical variation among populations of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri. Journal of Fish Biology 54:310-327. [67]

Chapman, C.A., R.W. Wrangham, L.J. Chapman, D.K. Kennard, and A.E. Zanne. 1999. Fruit and flower phenology at two sites in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Tropical Ecology 15:189-211. [66]

Olowo, J.P. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Trophic shifts in predatory catfishes following the introduction of Nile perch into Lake Victoria. African Journal of Ecology 37:457-470. [65]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Implications of small scale variation in ecological conditions for the diet and density of red colobus monkeys. Primates 40:215-232. [64]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, L.S. Kaufman, and A. Zanne. 1999. Potential causes of arrested succession and the growth and mortality of seedlings. African Journal of Ecology 37:81-92. [63]

Rosenberger, A.E. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Hypoxic wetland tributaries as faunal refugia from an introduced predator. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 8:22-34. [62]

Schofield, P.J. and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Interactions between Nile perch, Lates niloticus, and other fishes in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Environmental Biology of Fishes 55:343-358. [61]

1998

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, T.L. Crisman, and F.G. Nordlie. 1998. Dissolved oxygen regimes of a Ugandan Crater Lake. Hydrobiologia 385:201-211. [60]

McKinsey, D.M. and L.J. Chapman. 1998. Dissolved oxygen and fish distribution in a Florida spring. Environmental Biology of Fishes 53:211-233. [59]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Crisman. 1998. Limnological observations of a papyrus swamp in Uganda: Implications for fish faunal structure and diversity. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung Limnologie 26:1821-1826. [58]

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1998. Predictors of seasonal oxygen levels in small Florida lakes: The importance of color. Hydrobiologia 1998:762-768. [57]

Chapman, C.A., L.S. Kaufman, and L.J. Chapman. 1998. Buttress formation and directional stress experienced during critical phases of tree development. Journal of Tropical Ecology 14:341-350. [56]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1998. Hypoxia tolerance of the mormyrid Petrocephalus catostoma: Implications for persistence in swamp refugia. Copeia 1998:762-768. [55]

1997

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, R. Wrangham, G. Isabirye-Basuta, and K. Ben-David. 1997. Spatial and temporal variability in the structure of a tropical forest. African Journal of Ecology 35:287-302. [54]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1997. Forest regeneration in logged and unlogged areas of Kibale National Park, Uganda. Biotropica 29:396-412. [53]

Kaufman, L.S., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1997. Evolution in fast forward: Haplochromine fishes of the Lake Victoria Region. Endeavour 21:23-30. [52]

Obordo, C.O. and L.J. Chapman. 1997. Respiratory strategies of a non-native Florida cichlid, Cichlasoma octofasciatum (Pisces: Cichlidae). Florida Scientist 60:40-52. [51]

Kramer, D.L., R.W. Rangeley, and L.J. Chapman. 1997. Habitat selection: Patterns of spatial distribution from behavioural decisions. Pp. 37-80. (In) J-G. J. Godin and G.J. FitzGerald (editors). Behavioural Ecology of Fishes, Oxford University Press, Oxford. [50]

1996

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, and M. Chandler. 1996. Wetland ecotones as refugia for endangered fishes. Biological Conservation 78:263-270. [49]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Frugivory and the fate of dispersed and non-dispersed seeds in six African tree species. Journal of Tropical Ecology 12:491-504. [48]

Olowo, J.P. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Papyrus swamps and variation in the respiratory behaviour of the African fish Barbus neumayeri. African Journal of Ecology 34:211-222. [47]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Exotic tree plantations and the regeneration of natural forests in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Biological Conservation 76:253-257. [46]

Kaufman, L.S., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1996. The Great Lakes. Pp. 178-204. (In) Ecosystems and their Conservation in East Africa. T.R. McClanahan and T.P. Young (editors). Oxford University Press, New York. [45]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, R. Ogutu-Ohwayo, M. Chandler, L. Kaufman, and A. Keiter. 1996. Refugia for endangered fishes from an introduced predator in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Conservation Biology 10:554-561. [44]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Mid-elevation forests: A history of disturbance and regeneration. Pp. 385-400. (In) Ecosystems and Their Conservation in East Africa. T.R. McClanahan and T.P. Young (editors). Oxford University Press, New York. [43]

Crisman, T.L., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1996. Conserving tropical wetlands through sustainable use. Geotimes July 1996:23-25. [42]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1996. Mixed species primate groups in the Kibale Forest: Ecological constraints on association. International Journal of Primatology 17:31-50. [41]

1995

Chapman, L.J. and K.F. Liem. 1995. Papyrus swamps and the respiratory ecology of Barbus neumayeri. Environmental Biology of Fishes 44:183-197. [40]

Chapman, L.J. 1995. Seasonal dynamics of habitat use by an air-breathing catfish (Clarias liocephalus) in a papyrus swamp. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 4:113-123. [39]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1995. Survival without dispersers?: Seedling recruitment under parents. Conservation Biology 9:675-678. [38]

Chandler, M., L.J. Chapman, and C.A. Chapman. 1995. Patchiness in the abundance of metacercariae parasitizing Poecilia gillii (Poeciliidae) isolated in pools of an intermittent tropical stream. Environmental Biology of Fishes 42:313-321. [37]

Chapman, L.J., L.S. Kaufman, C.A. Chapman, and F.E. McKenzie. 1995. Hypoxia tolerance in twelve species of East African cichlids: Potential for low oxygen refugia in Lake Victoria. Conservation Biology 9:1274-1288. [36]

Chapman, C.A., R. Wrangham, and L.J. Chapman. 1995. Ecological constraints on group size: An analysis of spider monkey and chimpanzee subgroups. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 36:59-70. [35]

1994

Wrangham, R., C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 1994. Seed dispersal by forest chimpanzees. Journal of Tropical Ecology 10:355-368. [34]

Chapman, L.J., L. Kaufman, and C.A. Chapman. 1994. Why swim upside down?: A comparative study of two mochokid catfishes. Copeia 1994:130-135. [33]

Chapman, C.A., R. Wrangham, and L.J. Chapman. 1994. Indices of habitat-wide fruit abundance in tropical forests. Biotropica 26:160-171. [32]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1994. Observations on synchronous air breathing in Clarias liocephalus. Copeia 1994:246-249. [31]

Gebo, D.L., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and J. Lambert. 1994. Locomotory response to predator threat in red colobus. Primates 35:219-223. [30]

1993

Kizito, Y.S., A. Nauwerck, L.J. Chapman, and W. Koste. 1993. A limnological survey of some Western Uganda crater lakes. Limnologica 23:335-347. [29]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and R. Wrangham. 1993. Observations on the feeding biology and population ecology of the African Grey parrot. Scopus 16:27-35. [28]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1993. Desiccation, flooding, and the behaviour of Poecilia gillii (Pisces: Poeciliidae). Ichthyological Explorations in Freshwaters 4:279-287. [27]

Weinsenseel, K., C.A. Chapman, and L.J. Chapman. 1993. Nocturnal primates of Kibale Forest: The effects of selective logging. Primates 34:445-450. [26]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1993. Fish populations in tropical floodplain pools: A reevaluation of Holden's data on the River Sokoto. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 2:23-30. [25]

1992

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, R.W. Wrangham, K. Hunt, D.L. Gebo, and L. Gardner. 1992. Estimators of fruit abundance of tropical trees. Biotropica 24:527-531. [24]

Chapman, L.J. and C.A. Chapman. 1992. Variation in the structure of Poecilia gillii populations. Copeia 1992:908-913. [23]

Butynski, T., C.A. Chapman, L.J. Chapman, and D. Weary. 1992. Use of male blue monkey pyow calls for long-term individual identification. American Journal of Primatology 28:183-190. [22]

Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, and R. Wrangham. 1992. Balanites wilsoniana: Elephant dependent dispersal. Journal of Tropical Ecology 8:275-283. [21]

1991

Chapman, L.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1991. Limnological observations of an intermittent tropical dry forest stream. Hydrobiologia 226:153-166. [20]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1991. The foraging itinerary of spider monkeys: When to eat leaves? Folia Primatologica 56:162-166. [19]

Chapman, L.J. and D.L. Kramer. 1991. The consequences of flooding for the dispersal and fate of poeciliid fish in an intermittent tropical stream. Oecologia 87:299-306. [18]

Chapman, L.J., D.L. Kramer, and C.A. Chapman. 1991. Population dynamics of the fish Poecilia gillii in pools of an intermittent tropical stream. Journal of Animal Ecology 60:441-453. [17]

1990

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1990. Density and growth rate of some tropical dry forest trees: Comparisons between successional forest types. The Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 117:226-231. [16]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and L. Lefebvre. 1990. Spider monkey alarm calls: Honest advertisement or warning kin. Animal Behaviour 39:197-198. [15]

Chapman, L.J. and D.J. Bevan. 1990. Development and field evaluation of a "mini spaghetti" tag for individual identification of small fishes. Proceedings of the International Symposium and Educational Workshop on Fish-Marking Techniques. American Fisheries Society Symposium 7:101-108. [14]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1990. Reproductive biology of captive and free-ranging spider monkeys. Zoo Biology 8:1-10. [13]

Chapman, L.J. and W.C. Mackay. 1990. Ecological correlates of feeding flexibility in northern pike. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 5:313-322. [12]

1985-1989

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and K.E. Glander. 1989. Primate populations in northwestern Costa Rica: Potential for recovery. Primate Conservation 10:37-44. [11]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and L. Lefebvre. 1989. Variability in parrot flock size: Possible functions of communal roosts. Condor 91:842-847. [10]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and K. Richardson. 1989. Sex ratio in primates: A test of the local resource competition hypothesis. Oikos 56:132-134. [9]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1989. Dietary variability in primates. Primates 30:121-128. [8]

Chapman, L.J., W.C. Mackay, and C.W. Wilkinson. 1989. Feeding flexibility in northern pike (Esox lucius): Fish versus invertebrate prey. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 46:666-669. [7]

Chapman, C.A., L.J. Chapman, and R. McLaughlin. 1989. Multiple central place foraging in spider monkeys: Consequences of using many sleeping sites. Oecologia 79:506-511. [6]

Chapman, C.A., L.M. Fedigan, L. Fedigan, and L.J. Chapman. 1989. Post-weaning resource competition and sex ratios in spider monkeys. Oikos 54:315-319. [5]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1987. Social responses to the traumatic injury of a juvenile spider monkey. Primates 28:271-275. [4]

Chapman, C.A. and L.J. Chapman. 1986. Development of howling monkey twins (Alouatta palliata) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Primates 27:377-381. [3]

Turnera, L.J. and W.C. Mackay. 1985. Use of visual census for estimating population size in northern pike (Esox lucius). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 40:1835-1840. [2]

Nursall, J.R. and L.J. Turnera. 1985. The liver supports metamorphosis in the Caribbean reef blenniid, (Ophioblennius atlanticus). Proceedings of the Fifth. International Coral Reef Congress 5:457-462. [1]


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