Alumni Publications 2022

February 11, 2020

CLP alumni publications featured in our 2022 newsletter issues.

Issue: December 2022

Gitau, Consolata G , Activity Time Budget and Foraging Patterns of Rothschild’s Giraffes (Giraffa Camelopardalis Rothschildi) in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

Elton John de Lirio, Guilherme Medeiros AntarJoelcio Freitas, Claudio Nicoletti de Fraga Vitex pomerana (Lamiaceae; Viticoideae), a new unifoliolate species from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest

Cuadros, S Conkling, T.J, McClure, C.J., Loss, S.R. and Katzner, T.E (2022). Limited rigor in studies of raptor mortality and mitigation at wind power facilities. Biological Conservation. 275. 1-9.

Vikram Aditya, Thyagarajan Ganesh (2022), Insights into human-wildlife coexistence through temporal activity pattern overlaps in a neglected tropical forest in India

L Xiao, F Hua, J M H Knops, X Zhao, C Mishra, S Lovari, J S Alexander, B Weckworth, Z Lu Spatial separation of prey from livestock facilitates coexistence of a specialized large carnivore with human land use

Reppucci, Juan I., Soledad de Bustos, Flavia Caruso, Rocio S. Fleitas Quintana, and Pablo G. Perovic. “Are White-Lipped Peccaries from Argentinean Yungas Looking to a Promising Future?” Neotropical Biodiversity 8, no. 1 (2022): 365–70.

Issue: September 2022

Campbell, E., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Aliaga-Rossel, E., Beasley, I., Briceño, Y., Caballero, S., et al. (2022). Challenges and priorities for river cetacean conservation. Endangered Species Research.

Cardozo, E.G., Celentano, D., Rousseau, G.X., Silva, H.R., Muchavisoy, H.M, & Gehring, C. (2022). Agroforestry systems recover tree carbon stock faster than natural succession in Eastern Amazon, Brazil. Agroforestry Systems, 96, 941–956.

Cellentano, D., Moraes, M., Ferreira, J., Nahur, A., Coutinho, B., Rousseau, G. X. (2022). Forest restoration to promote a fair post COVID-19 recovery in the Brazilian Amazon. Land Use Policy, 116: 106076.

Costa-Araújo, R., Gonçalves da Silva, L., Rodrigues de Melo, F., Vieira Rossi, R., Pedro Bottan, J., Afonso Silva, D., et al. (2022). Primate conservation in the Arc of Deforestation: a case study of Vieira’s titi monkey Plecturocebus vieirai. Oryx: The International Journal of Conservation. DOI:

Gómez-Hoyos, D. A., Méndez, J., González, E., Jiménez Corrales, K., Fallas, R., Méndez, A., et al. (2022). Participatory research and conservation of threatened species in two wildlife protected areas of the Cotón River watershed, Costa Rica. UNED Research Journal, 14 (S1): e3879 

Gómez Hoyos, D. A., Valverde, M. R., Marín, F., Jiménez Corrales, K., Gutiérrez Figueroa, J., Amador Fernández, X., et al. (2022). Conceptual framework for conservation: participatory research, education and communication in the AmistOsa Biological Corridor. UNED Research Journal, 14(S1): e3922

Guidino, C., Campbell, E., Bielli, A., Pasara-Polack, A., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., & Mangel, J. C. (2022). Pingers Reduce Small Cetacean Bycatch in a Peruvian Small-Scale Driftnet Fishery, but Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) Interactions Abound. Aquatic Mammals48(2), 117-125.

Kibambe, J-P., L. et Madibi, P., M. (2022). Détection automatique et cartographie des champs de cacaoyers sous-ombrage en zone forestière tropicale à l’aide d’images Landsat dans la Province de l’Ituri en République Démocratique du Congo. Revue Africaine d’Environnement et d’Agriculture, 5(1), 2-12.

Mosquera-Guerra F, Trujillo F, Pérez-Torres J, Mantilla-Meluk H, Franco-León N, Paschoalini M, Valderrama MJ, Usma Oviedo JS, Campbell E, Alfaro-Shigueto J, et al. (2022). Strategy to identify areas of use of Amazon river dolphin. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:1–11.

Samad, I., Kelkar,N., & Krishnaswamy, J. (2022). Life at the borderline: Responses of Ganges river dolphins to dry-season flow regulation of river and canal habitats by the Farakka barrage. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 32, 294-308.

Thong, VD., Limbert, H., & Limbert D. (2022). First Records of Bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the World’s Largest Cave in Vietnam. Diversity, 14 (7), 534, 1-13.

Issue: May 2022

Avila, I.C., Farías-Curtidor, N., Castellanos-Mora, L., Bohrer do Amaral, K., Barragán-Barrera, D.C., Orozco, C.A., León, J., & Puentes, V. 2022.  The Colombian Caribbean Sea: a tropical habitat for the Vulnerable sperm whale Physeter macrocephalus? Oryx, 1-11.

Mwangi, M., Kimani, J., Ngari, L., Gichumu, C., Maina, J., Kiiru, J., et al. 2022. Status of Sharpe’s longclaw in Kinangop, Kenya. African Bird Club Bulletin, 29, 63-68.

Paul, D., and S. Jones. 2021. Conservation and indigenous cultures: learning from the Yanadi community in the Eastern Ghats, India. Ecology and Society, 26(4):42.

Paposhvili, N. 2021. Seasonal abundance and breeding biology of the Velvet Scoter Melanitta fusca at Lake Tabatskuri, Georgia. Wildfowl, 71: 221–233.

Paudel, K., Hinsley, A., Veríssimo, D., & Milner-Gulland, E. 2022. Evaluating the reliability of media reports for gathering information about illegal wildlife trade seizures. PeerJ, 10:e13156.

Perrone, S. M., Deutsch, C., Bilenca, D.N., and Agostini, M.G. 2022. Artificial aquatic habitats impoverish amphibian diversity in agricultural landscapes of central Argentina. Aquatic Conservation, 32(4): 591–604.

Roberto, I.J., Loebmann, D., Lyra, M.L., Haddad, C.B., & Avila, R.W. 2022. A new species of Pristimantis Jiménez de la Espada, 1870 (Anura: Strabomantidae) from the “Brejos de Altitude” in Northeast Brazil. Zootaxa, 5100(4): 521–540.

Serrano-Serrano, J.M., Sandoval-Comte, A., Tapia-Ramirez, G., Monteverde, M.J., and Vazquez-Corzas, F.G. 2022. Terrestrial amphibians inhabiting an urban xeric ecosystem: An assessment of frogs and salamanders in protected areas from Mexico City. Revista Latinoamericana de Herpetología, 5(1): 179–193.

Seshadri, K.S. and Thaker, M. 2022. Correlated evolution of parental care with dichromatism, colors, and patterns in anurans. Evolution, 76(4): 737–748.

Tanshi, I., Obitte, B., Monadjem, A., and Kingston, T. 2022. Hidden Afrotropical Bat Diversity in Nigeria: Ten New Country Records from a Biodiversity Hotspot. Acta Chiropterologica, 23(2):313-343.


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