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Publications relating to SCP activities

Peer-Reviewed Articles (senior author in italics)


2006                K.J. Carlson, D.M. Doran-Sheehy, K.D. Hunt, T. Nishida, A. Yamanaka, and

                        C. Boesch.  Locomotor behavior and long bone morphology in individual

                        free-ranging chimpanzees.  Journal of Human Evolution.  50 (4): 394-404.


2007b              W.C. McGrew, L.F. Marchant, K.D. Hunt. Ethoarchaeology of manual laterality:

                        well-digging by wild chimpanzees. Folia Primatologica78(4): 240-244.


2007c              K.E. Langergraber, H. Siedel, J.C. Mitani, R.W. Wrangham, V. Reynolds, K.D.

                        Hunt and L. Vigilant.  The genetic signature of sex-biased migration in

                        chimpanzees and humans.  PLoS ONE, 2(10):  e973


2010                 W.C. McGrew, L.F. Marchant, C. Payne, T. Webster & K.D. Hunt.  Chimpanzees

                         at Semliki Ignore Oil Palms.  PANAfrica News 17(2):  19-21.


ms. a                K.D. Hunt, M.T. O’Mara, and J. Fuller.  Forest composition in a dry riverine

                          forest chimpanzee habitat at Toro-Semliki, Uganda.  intended for Primates.


Peer-Reviewed Chapters

2002                   K.D. Hunt and W. C. McGrew.  Chimpanzees in dry habitats at Mount Assirik,

                           Senegal and at the Semliki-Toro Wildlife Reserve, Uganda.  In:  Behavioural

                           Diversity in Chimpanzees and Bonobos, C. Boesch, G. Hohmann and L.F.

                           Marchant (eds.)  Cambridge University Press, pp. 35-51.


Non-Peer-Reviewed Chapters

2010                   R.R. Patrick, D. Patrick and K.D. Hunt.  Long term changes at the Toro-Semliki

                           Wildlife Reserve.  In:Long Term changes in Africa’s Rift Valley: impacts on

                           biodiversity and ecosystem, A.J. Plumptre (ed.)  NOVA Science Publishers.


Encyclopedia Entries, Commentaries, Newsletter Articles and Other Publications

2000                  K.D. Hunt.   Initiation of a new chimpanzee study site at Semliki-Toro Wildlife

                          Reserve, Uganda.  PanAfrica News.  7 (2): 14-16.


2002                  T. O’Mara and K.D. Hunt.  The Semliki Chimpanzee Project.  The Newsletter,

                          Primate Foundation of Arizona, 13(2): 1.


2008                 C.L.R. Payne, T.H. Webster and K.D. Hunt.   Coprophagy by the semi-

                         habituated chimpanzees of Semliki, Uganda.   PanAfrica News.  15 (2): 29-32.


2009                  T.H. Webster, Phineas R. Hodson and K.D. Hunt.  Observations of the

                         Grooming Hand-Clasp Performed by Chimpanzees of the Mugiri Community,

                         Toro-Semliki Wildlife Reserve, Uganda.   PanAfrica News.  16(1): 5-7.

2011                  K.D. Hunt.  Is Lethal Violence an Integral Part of Chimpanzee Society?

                          Psychology Today Web Logs, April 14, 2011.  http://www.psychologytoday



6.  Abstracts (senior author in italics, *refereed works asterisked)


*1999              K.D. Hunt, A.J.M. Cleminson, J. Latham, R.I. Weiss and S. Grimmond.  A

                        partly habituated community of dry-habitat chimpanzees in the Semliki

                        Valley Wildlife Reserve, Uganda.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  Suppl. 28: 157.


2000                K.D. Hunt.  Some preliminary observations of a dry-habitat chimpanzee

                        community in the Semliki-Toro Wildlife Reserve, Uganda.  Abstracts of the

                        Behavioral Diversity in Chimpanzees and Bonobos Conference, p. 14.


*2004b            K.D. Hunt.  The cognitive demands of great ape locomotion and posture. 

                       Folia Primatologica (Abstracts of the XX Congress of the International

                        Primatological Society). 75: 281.


*2007              L.F. Marchant, W.C. McGrew, and K.D. Hunt.  Ethoarchaeology of manual

                        laterality: well-digging by wild chimpanzees. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  Suppl.

                        44: 163.


*2009              L.F. Marchant, W.C. McGrew, C.L.R. Payne, T.H Webster and K.D. Hunt.  Well-

                        digging by Semliki chimpanzees: New data.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  Suppl. 48:



*2009              W.C. McGrew and K.D. Hunt.  You Got to Know How to Fold’em:  Biassed

                         Wadge-Folding in Wild Chimpanzees.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  Suppl. 48: 188.


*2009              T.H. Webster,L.F. Marchant, W.C. McGrew, C.L.R. Payne and K.D. Hunt. 

                          Semliki Chimpanzees Do Eat Insects.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  Suppl. 48: 268.


*2010              L.F. Marchant, T.H. Webster, W.C. McGrew, C.L.R. Payne, and K.D. Hunt.

                         Chimpanzee insectivory detected: Resource availability, monitoring and

                         consumption.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 50:162-163.


Other Publications (manuscripts available on request)

n.d.                  K.D. Hunt.  Field work in primatology.