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Truman P. Young - Professor and Restoration Ecologist

 

Research Bibliography for Mpala and Segera (and other parts of Laikipia)

 

Peer-Reviewed Journals | Books | Abstracts and conference proceedings | Notes and reports, general distribution | Reports, limited distribution | Dissertations | Popular Articles | Other Laikipia ecology/behavior research | Laikipia Research Programme publications

 

Notes and reports, general distribution:

*Young, T.P. 1993.   Development and conservation: more on Caring.   Conservation Biology 7: 750-751 (correspondence).

*Young, T.P. 1994.   Biodiversity issues.   Science 265: 1151 (correspondence).

*Young. T.P. 1994.   Essentials of Conservation Biology , by Richard Primack.   Quarterly Review of Biology 69: 118-119 (book review).

*Young, T.P. & A.H. Harcourt. 1997.   Viva Caughley!   Conservation Biology 11:831-832 (correspondence).

Lyons, E.E. 2000.   Biodiversity studies at Mpala Research Centre: Impacts of ants on growth and reproduction of Acacia drepanolobium.   Pg. 167 in: A. Ng'eny-Mengech, ed. 1998-1999 ICIPE Annual Scientific Report.   International Centre for Insects Physiology and Ecology, Nairobi.

Miller, S.E. 2000.   Biodiversity studies at Mpala Research Centre: Inventory of moths (Lepidoptera).   Pp. 166-167 in: A. Ng'eny-Mengech, ed. 1998-1999 ICIPE Annual Scientific Report.   International Centre for Insects Physiology and Ecology, Nairobi.

Snelling R.R. 2000.   Biodiversity studies at Mpala Research Centre: Inventory of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).   Pg. 167 in: A. Ng'eny-Mengech, ed. 1998-1999 ICIPE Annual Scientific Report.   International Centre for Insects Physiology and Ecology, Nairobi.

Young, T.P. 2003.   KLEE: the Kenya Long-term Exclosure Experiment ("KLEE Corner" #1). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.    March/April Issue.

Young, T.P. 2003.   Rodents take advantage of the absence of large mammals ("KLEE Corner" #2) . Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.   November Issue

Young, T.P. 2004. Plants fight back. ("KLEE Corner" #3) . Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.   May Issue.

Young, T.P. 2004. Do elephants lessen competition between cattle and zebras? ("KLEE Corner" #4) . Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.   November Issue.

Young, T.P. 2005. The pathology of no herbivory: long-term effects of herbivore exclusion in an African savanna. ("KLEE Corner" #5) . Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.   March/April Issue.

Young, T.P. and J.R. Goheen. 2006.  Whistling thorn recruitment is affected in unexpected ways by large mammals. (“KLEE Corner” #6). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  January Iss.

Riginos, C. 2006. Cattle, wildlife, and grass affect bush encroachment. (“KLEE Corner” #7).  Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter, July Issue.

Pringle, R.M. & D.J. McCauley. 2007.  Zebras, giraffes, and snakes in the grass. (KLEE Corner #8).  Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  January Issue.

Young, T.P. 2008.  Do cattle compete with wildlife?  (KLEE Corner #9). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  January Issue.

Wilkerson, M.L. & T.P. Young. 2008. Butterflies and blooms: contrasting effects of cattle and wildlife. (“KLEE Corner” #10). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  May Issue.

Veblen K.E. 2009. Cattle and wildlife affect development of old boma sites. (“KLEE Corner” #11). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  January Issue.

Goheen, J. & T.M. Palmer. 2009. Of megaherbivores and mutualists: how ants can protect against tree encroachment in the absence of elephants. (KLEE Corner #12).  Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  June 2009 Issue.

Young, T.P. and R.Y. Sensenig. 2010. Elephants and fire together reduce woody cover more than either alone. (“KLEE Corner” #13). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  January Issue.

Young, T.P., D. Kinyua & L. McGeoch. 2010. How can we restore degraded rangeland? (KLEE Corner #14). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  June 2010 Issue.

Veblen, K.E. & T.P. Young. 2011. Plants helping plants in defense against cattle and wildlife (KLEE Corner #15). Laikipia Wildlife Forum Newsletter.  January 2011 Issue.