1. Abdullahi HA (2011) Effects of vegetation disturbance on small mammals diversity and distribution in Oloolua forest, Kenya.  University of Nairobi (Msc. Thesis)
  2. Mwenja I (2007) A new population of De Brazza’s Monkey in Kenya    Primate Conservation 22

  3. Kivai SM, Muoria PK, Bekele A and Oguge N (2007) Activity Budget and Group Dynamics in Grevy’s Zebra on Samburu Rangelands, Kenya   Discovery and innovation 19(2) special edition 162-169

  4. Kivai SM, Bekele A, Muoria PK and Oguge P (2007) Feeding ecology of Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi, oustalet 1882) on Samburu pastoral lands, Kenya   Discovery and innovation 19: 177-185

  5. Kivai SM, Muoria PK, Bekele A and  Oguge N (2006) Activity budget and group dynamics in Grevy’s Zebra on Samburu Rangerlands, Kenya  NMK conference proceedings

  6. Karere GM, Kiringe W and Suleman MA (2006) Feeding ecology of De Brazza’s monkeys in Kenya   Abstract: East African Medical Journal 83(7)360-365

  7. Shirley CS (2005) Measuring success in Baboon translocation: A baboon case study   American Journal of Primatology (65) 117-140

  8. Muoria PK,  Muruthi P, Rubenstei Daniel., Oguge NO and Munene E (2005) Cross-sectional survey of gastro-intestinal parasites of Grevy’s zebra in southern Samburu, Kenya   African Journal of Ecology 43: 392-395

  9. Moinde NN, Suleman MA, Higashi H and Hau J (2004) Habituation, capture and relocation of Sykes monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis albotorquatus) on the coast of Kenya. Universities Federation for Animal Welfare 13: 343-353

  10. Butynski T and De jong Yvonne A (2004) Natural History of the Somali Lesser Galago (Galago Gallarum)    Journal of East African Natural History (93) 23-38

  11. Karere GM,  Oguge NO,  Kirathe J, Muoria PKMoinde NN and Suleman MA (2004) Population sizes and distribution of primates in the lower Tana River Forest, Kenya   International Journal of Primatology 25(2)351-365

  12. Muoria PK, Karere GM, Moinde NN and Suleman MA (2003) Primate census and habitat evaluation in the Tana delta region, Kenya    African Journal of Ecology 41:157-163

  13. Mungai GM,  Beentje HJ (2003) Checklist of the plants of Oloolua forest, Nairobi Kenya  Utafiti 9819 (Received 2003)

  14. Karere GM, Munene E (2003)  Some gastro – intestinal tract parasites in wild De Brazza’s in Kenya Veterinary Parasitology 110:153-157

  15. Karere GM (2003) Translocation of De Brazza’s monkeys in Kenya: Ecological determination of suitable release site in Buyangu National Reserve   Acta Tropica  Vol 21

  16. Bronikowski AM, Alberts SC, Altmann J, Packer C, Dee Carey K and Tatar M (2002) The aging baboon: Comparative demography in a non-human primate  Population Studies 1-5

  17. Karere GM and Munene E (2002)  Some gastro – intestinal tract parasites in wild De Brazza’s monkeys (Cercopithecus negletus) in Kenya    Veterinary Parasitology 110:153 – 157

  18. Kemnitz JW, Sapolsky RM, Altmann J, Muruthi P, Mott GE and Stefanick M (2002) Effects of food availability on serum insulin and lipid concentrations in free-ranging baboons  American Journal of Primatology 57:13 – 19

  19. Karere GM and Munene E (2002) Some gastro-intestinal tract parasites in wild De Brazza’s monkeys (Cercopithecus neglectus)   Veterinary Parasitology 110:153-157

  20. Karere GM, Kiringe JW and Suleman MA (2002) Feeding ecology of the De Brazza’s monkeys (Cercopithecus neglectus) in Kenya.  Presented at the 2002 International Primatological Society Congress, 4th – 9th August 2002, Beijing, China

  21. Muoria PK, Oguge N, Altmann J and Gordon I (2002) An ecological correlate to crop raiding by elephants and Yellow baboons in Arabuko-Sokoke forest, Kenya.  Presented at the Conservation Biology 16th Annual General meeting, 14th – 19th July 2002, Canterbury, UK

  22. Muoria PK, Karere GM, Oguge N, Karithe J, Moinde NN and Suleman MA  (2002) Tana river red colobus (procolobus rufomitratus ) and crested mangabeys (Cercocebus Galeritus): population status and habitat changes.  Presented at the XIXth IPS Congress, 4th – 9th August 2002, Beijing, China

  23. Alberts SC and Altmann J (2001) Immigration and hybridazation patterns of yellow and Anubis baboons in and around Amboseli, Kenya   American Journal of Primatology 53: 139 -154
  24. Eberhard ML, Njenga DN, DaSilva AJ, Owino D, Nace E, Won KY and Mwenda JM  (2001) A survey for cyclospora spp. in Kenyan Primates, with some notes on its biology  Journal of Parasitology 87(6) 1394 – 1397
  25. Muoria PK., Gordon I. and Oguge NO (2001) Elephants as seed dispersal agents in Arabuko-Sokoke forest, Kenya   Pachyderm (30) 75-80
  26. Bayes MK, Smith KL, Albert SC, Altmann J and Bruford MW (2000) Testing the reliability of microsatellite typing from faecal DNA in the savannah baboon   Conservation Genetics 1: 173-176
  27. Muoria PK (2000) Population estimate of elephants in Arabuko-Sokoke forest   Pachyderm 29:48-51

  28. Smith KL, Alberts SC, Bayes MK, Brudford MW and Altmann J (2000)  Cross-Species amplication, non- invasive genotyping, and non-mendelian inheritance of human STRPs in Savannah baboons   American Journal Primatology 51:219-227
  29. Mugambi KG (1999) Ecological study of the De Brazza’s Monkeys (Cercopithecus neglectus) before translocation in Kenya    ASP Bulletin  23(3) 8 – 9
  30. Milton SJ, Bowie R, D’Amico J, Joubert D, Laurenthol D, Moinde NN, Seymour C, Toral V, and Wiseman R (1998) Invasive Fountain Grass on the Cape Peninsula    South African Journal of Science 94: 1-3
  31. Mugambi K., Butynski TM, Suleman MA and Ottichilo W (1997) The vanishing DeBrazza’s monkey (cercopithecus neglectus schlegel) in Kenya    International Journal of Primatology 18(6) 995-1005
  32. Muriuki SMK (1997) The current public health implications of cryptosporidiosis in Kenya. Presented at the 18th African Health Science Congress, South Africa 14th – 17th April 1997
  33. Alberts SC, Altmann J and Wilson ML (1996) Mate guarding constrains foraging activity of male baboons  Animal behaviour 51: 1269-1277
  34. Altmann J, Alberts SC, Haines SA, Dubach J, Muruthi P, Coote T, Geffen E, Cheesman DJ, Mututua RS, Saiyalel SN, Wayne RK, Lacy RC and Bruford MW (1996) Behavior predicts genetic structure in a wild primate group  Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 93: 5797-5801
  35. Bronikowski AN and Altmann J (1996) Foraging in a variable environment: weather patterns and the behavioral ecology of baboons   Behaviour Ecology Sociobiology 39:11-25
  36. Alberts SC and Altmann J (1995) Balancing costs and opportunities: dispersal in male baboons   Am. Nat. 145:279-306
  37. Conroy-Philip, Jane E, Charles HF, Altmann J and Clifford JJ (1993) Periodontal Health in Free-Ranging Baboons of Ethiopia and Kenya    American Journal of Physical Anthropology  90: 359-371
  38. Barton, RA, Whitten, Strum SC, Byne RW, and Simpson AJ (1992) Habitat use an resource availability in baboons   Animal Behaviour 43: 831-844
  39. Alberts CS, Sapolsky RM and Altmann J (1992) Behavioral, Endocrine, and Immunological Correlates of Immigration by an Aggressive Male into a Natural primate Group     Hormones and Behavior 26: 167-178
  40. Lincoln EM, Lynn GC and Altmann J (1992) Methods for analysis of unbalanced, Longitudinal Growth data    American Journal of Primatology 28: 49-59
  41. Justina RC and Sapolsky RM (1992)  Style of Male Social Behavior and their Endocrine Correlates Among High-Ranking Wild Baboons    American Journal of Primatology 28: 231-250
  42. Ochiago WO (1992) Primate Conservation in Tana River: Compatibility with Land Use pp.81

  43. Altmann J and Samuels Amy (1992) Cost of maternal care: infant-carrying in baboons    Behavioral ecology and Sociobiology: 29: 391-398
  44. Altmann J, Alberts S and Sapolsky RM (1992) Endocrine and development correlates of Unilateral Cryptorchism in a wild baboon    American Journal  of Primatology: 26: 309-314
  45. Strum SC (1991) Weight and age in wild olive baboons     American  Journal of  Primatology 25: 219-237
  46. Muruthi P, Altmann J and Altmann S (1991) Resource base, Parity, and reproductive condition affects females’ feeding time and nutrient intake within and between groups of a baboon population   Oecologia 87: 467-472
  47. Muruthi P, Altmann J and Altmann S (1991) Resource base, parity, and reproductive condition affects females’ feeding time and nutrient intake within and between groups of a baboon population. Oecologia 87: 467-472
  48. Samuels A and Altmann J (1991) Baboons of the Amboseli basin: Demographic stability and change. International Journal  of Primatology 12: 1
  49. Kinnnaird MF (1991) Pregnancy, Gestation and parturition in free-Ranging Tana River Crested Mangabeys (Cercocebus galeritus)     American Journal of Primatology 22: 285-289
  50. Ochiago, WO (1991) The demography of the Tana River Red Colobus, colobus badius rufomitratus   University of Nairobi (MSc Thesis)
  51. Kinnnaird MF (1990) Pregnancy, Gestation and parturition in free-Ranging Tana River Crested Mangabeys (Cercocebus galeritus)     American Journal of Primatology 22: 285-289
  52. Tarara RP (1988) Animal models and Aging     American Journal of Primatology 15: 191-192
  53. Altmann J and Muruthi P (1988) Differences in Daily Life Between Semiprovisioened and Wild-feeding baboons    American Journal of Primatology 15: 213-221
  54. Else JG (1987) Conservation Efforts at the Tana River Primate Reserve, Kenya
  55. Altmann J and Alberts SC (1987) Body mass and growth rates in wild primate population   Oecologia 72: 15-20
  56. Tarara E (1986) The black and white colobus monkey  Swara 9(6)10- 11
  57. Tarara E and Odhiambo O (1986) Preliminary observations on Sykes monkeys     East African History Society Bulletin  16(4)41- 44
  58. Samuel A and Altmann J (1986) Immigration of a papio Anubis male into a group of papio cynocephalus baboons and evidence of an anubis – cynocephalus hybrid zone in Amboseli, Kenya International Journal of Primatology 7: 131- 137
  59. Cynthia B (1986) Some observation on behaviour of cercopithecus monkeys  Annals New York Academy of Sciences PP: 477 – 487
  60. Brennan EJ, Else JG and Altmann J (1985) Ecology and behavior of a pest primate in vervet monkeys in a tourist lodge habitat  African Journal of Ecology 23: 35-44
  61. Else JG and Eley D (1985) Don’t feed the monkeys  Swara 8: 31-32
  62. Else JG (1985) Captive Propagation of vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) in harems  Laboratory Animal Science 35: 373-375
  63. Wall HS, Worthman C and Else JG (1985) Effects of Ketamine an aesthesia and stress on the haematology of vervet monkeys     Laboratory Animals 19: 134-145
  64. Brennan EJ (1985) De Brazza’s Monkeys (Cercopithecus neglectus) in Kenya: Census, Distribution, and Conservation     American Journal of Primatology 8: 269-277
  65. Brennan EJ, Else JG and Altmann J (1985) Ecology and Behaviour of a pest primate: Vervet Monkeys in a tourist-lodge habitat     African Journal of Ecology  23: 35-44
  66. Peter MW and Charles BH (1984) Is there a “Sound window” for primate communication?   Behavior Ecol Sociobiology  15: 73-76
  67. Western D, Terborgh EJ, Woodruff D, Strum SC and Else JG (1984) Primate conservation in the broader realm    International Journal of primatology  5:313
  68. Kudolo GB, Thiongo MW, Eley RM and Else JG (1984) Estradiol and progesterone receptor dynamics in East African primates    International Journal of primatology   5: 354

  69. Macpherson CNL, Suleman MA and Else JG (1984) Experimental infection of baboons (Papio) with Echnococcus granulossus of human, cattle, sheep and goat origin    International Journal of primatology   5:358
  70. Monirei  JM, Tarara RP and Suleman MA (1984)  Spontaneous Cholangiocarcinoma in Black Mangabey (Cercocebus algogena johnstoni)      International Journal of primatology 5: 362
  71. Monirei JM, Tarara RP, Suleman MA and Else JG (1984) Comparative histopathological findings in the vervet (Cercopithecus aethiops) and baboon (Papio anubis) infected with Schistosoma mansoni International Journal of primatology 5:363
  72. Njuguna JM, Eley RM, Suleman MA and Else JG (1984) (Reproduction and captive management of the Brown Bush baby (Galago garnettii)    International Journal of primatology  5:368
  73. Brennan  E J  and Else JG  (1984) The status of Kenya’s De Brazza monkey population: a need for immediate conservation efforts    International Journal of primatology 5: 325
  74. Brennan EJ, Else JG, Altmann J  and Lee P  (1984) Ecology and behavior of vervet monkeys in a tourist lodge habitat   International Journal of primatology 5: 334
  75. Eley  DS  and Else JG  (1984) Primate pest problems in Kenyan hotels and lodges   International Journal of primatology 5: 334
  76. Wall HS and Else JG (1983) Normal haematology values of Sykes monkeys    American Journal of primatology 5: 77 – 81
  77. Else JG (1983) A National Primate Center for Kenya   Kenya Past and Present 15: 35 – 39
  78. Else JG (1982) The role of a Kenyan Center in Primate conservation   Advanced views in Primate Biology edited by AB Chiarelli and RS Corruccini 124-127
  79. Sieber B (1982) The influence of hashish extract on the social behavior of encountering male baboons (papio c. anubis)   Pharm. Biochem. Behaviour 17: 209-216
  80. Else JG (1982) Vervet captive breeding in Kenya   International Journal of Primatology 3:278
  81. Fortham, Quick DL and Else JG (1982) The feasibility of conditioned test aversion   International Journal of Primatology 3: 324
  82. Else JG (1980) The progress and goals of the Kenyan Institute of Primate Research   Antropologia Comtemporia 3: 193
  83. Gombe SD, Oduor-Okelo D and Else JG (1980)   The potential of African mammals as new models for research in human reproduction   Animal Models in Human Reproduction  345-358
  84. Else JG (1982) The role of a Kenyan Primate center in Conservation.   Presented at the VIIIth congress of the International Primatological Society, Florence, 7-12 July 1980
  85. Else JG (1978) Institute of Primate Research: An international Primate Center in Africa    Laboratory Primate Newsletter 17: 6-7
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