Publications of Roger Mundry

Journal Article (7)

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Journal Article
Lucchesi, S.; Cheng, L.; Janmaat, K.; Mundry, R.; Pisor, A.; Surbeck, M.: Beyond the group: how food, mates, and group size influence intergroup encounters in wild bonobos. Behavioral Ecology 31 (2), pp. 519 - 532 (2020)
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Journal Article
Lucchesi, S.; Cheng, L.; Janmaat, K.; Mundry, R.; Pisor, A.; Surbeck, M.: Beyond the group: How food, mates, and group size influence intergroup encounters in wild bonobos (advance online). Behavioral Ecology (2020)
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Journal Article
Jang, H.; Boesch, C.; Mundry, R.; Ban, S. D.; Janmaat, K. R. L.: Travel linearity and speed of human foragers and chimpanzees during their daily search for food in tropical rainforests. Scientific Reports 9, 11066 (2019)
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Journal Article
Jang, H.; Boesch, C.; Mundry, R.; Kandza, V.; Janmaat, K.: Sun, age and test location affect spatial orientation in human foragers in rainforests. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286 (1907), 20190934 (2019)
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Journal Article
Surbeck, M.; Girard-Buttoz, C.; Boesch, C.; Crockford, C.; Fruth, B.; Hohmann, G.; Langergraber, K.; Zuberbühler, K.; Wittig, R. M.; Mundry, R.: Sex-specific association patterns in bonobos and chimpanzees reflect species differences in cooperation. Royal Society Open Science 4, 161081 (2017)
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Fruth, B.; Bondjengo Ikombe, N.; Kitengie Matshimba, G.; Metzger, S.; Musuyu Muganza, D.; Mundry, R.; Fowler, A.: New evidence for self-medication in bonobos: Manniophyton fulvum leaf- and stemstrip-swallowing from LuiKotale, Salonga National Park, DR Congo. American Journal of Primatology 76 (2), pp. 146 - 158 (2014)
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Wilson, M. L.; Boesch, C.; Fruth, B.; Furuichi, T.; Gilby, I. C.; Hashimoto, C.; Hobaiter, C. L.; Hohmann, G.; Itoh, N.; Koops, K. et al.; Lloyd, J. N.; Matsuzawa, T.; Mitani, J. C.; Mjungu, D. C.; Morgan, D.; Muller, M. N.; Mundry, R.; Nakamura, M.; Pruetz, J.; Pusey, A. E.; Riedel, J.; Sanz, C.; Schel, A. M.; Simmons, N.; Waller, M.; Watts, D. P.; White, F.; Wittig, R. M.; Zuberbühler, K.; Wrangham, R. W.: Lethal aggression in Pan is better explained by adaptive strategies than human impacts. Nature 513 (7518), pp. 414 - 417 (2014)

Book Chapter (1)

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Book Chapter
Janmaat, K.; Ban, S. D.; Mundry, R.: Estimating travel distance and linearity of primate routes: Ideas on how to clean and smooth track data collected with a handheld GPS. In: Spatial analysis in field primatology: Applying GIS at varying scales (Eds. Dolins, F. L.; Shaffer, C. A.; Porter, L. M.; Hickey, J. R.; Nibbelink, N. P.). Cambridge Univ. Pr., Cambridge [u.a.] (2020)
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