Peer Reviewed Publications

13. Seidler R, Primack RB, Goswami VR, Khaling S, Devy MS, Corlett RT, Knott CD, Kane EE et al. Confronting ethical challenges in long-term research programs in the tropics. Biological Conservation 255: 108933. (link)

12. Knott CD,Kane EE, et al. 2021. The Gunung Palung Orangutan Project: Twenty-five years at the intersection of research and conservation. Biological Conservation 255: 108856. (link)

11. Kane EE, Traff JN, Daegling, McGraw WS. 2020. Oral processing behavior of Diana monkeys (Cercopithecus diana) in Taï National Park, Côte d’Ivoire. Folia Primatologica. (link)

10. van Casteren A, Strait DS, Swain MV, Michael S, Thai LA, Philip S, Saji S, Al-Fadhala K, Almusallam AS, Shekeban A, McGraw WS, Kane EE, Wright BW, Lucas PW. 2020. Hard plant tissues do not contribute meaningfully to dental microwear: evolutionary implications. Scientific Reports 10: 582. (link)

9. Galbany J, Twahira JC, Baiges-Sotos L, Kane EE, Tuyisingize D, Kaleme P, Rwetsiba A, Bitariho R, Cranfield MR, Bromage TJ, Mudakikwa A, Stoinski TS, Robbins MM, McFarlin SC. 2020. Dental macrowear in catarrhine primates: Variability across species. In: Schmidt CW, Watson JT, eds. Dental Wear in Evolutionary and Biocultural Contexts. 11-37. (link)

8. Kane EE, McGraw WS. 2018. Costs of red colobus co-mingling and chimpanzee hunting seasonality on the diet, habitat use and maintenance activities of Diana monkeys (Cercopithecus diana) in Taï National Park, Côte d’Ivoire. International Journal of Primatology. (link)

7. Kane EE, McGraw WS.  2017. Dietary variation in Diana monkeys (Cercopithecus diana): the effects of polyspecific associations. Folia Primatologica 88: 455-482. (link )

6. Dunham NT, Kane EE, McGraw WS. 2017. Humeral correlates of forelimb elevation in four West African cercopithecid monkeys. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 162: 337-349. (link)

5. Dunham NT, Kane EE, Rodriguez-Saona L. 2016. Quantifying soluble carbohydrates in tropical leaves using a portable mid-infrared sensor: implications for primate feeding ecology. American Journal of Primatology. 78: 701-706. (link)

4. Kane EE, Gnepa F. 2016. An infanticide attempt after male takeover in Diana monkeys (Cercopithecus diana diana) in Taï, Côte d’Ivoire. African Primates. 11: 37-40. (pdf)

3. McGraw WS, van Casteren A, Kane EE, Geissler E, Burrows B, Daegling DJ. 2016. Ingestive and oral processing behaviors of two colobine monkeys in Tai Forest, Ivory Coast. Journal of Human Evolution 98: 90-102. (link)

2. Watsa M, Erkenswick G, Halloran D, Kane EE, Porier A, Klonoski K, Cassalet S, Maciag E, Mangalea M, Dinsmore M, McCready H, Boughan B, Parker C, Hickmott A, Nole Bazán I, Zuñig A. 2015. A field protocol for the capture and release of callitrichids. Neotropical Primates 22: 59-68. (pdf)

1. Dunham NT, Kane EE, McGraw WS. 2015. Scapular morphology and forelimb use during foraging in four sympatric cercopithecids. Folia Primatologica 86: 747-489. (full text)

Other Publications

4. Kane EE, Robinson LM. 2019. The 42nd annual meeting of the American Primatological Society in Madison, Wisconsin. Evolutionary Anthropology. (link)

3. “Back to the rainforest – a fruitful return.” Gunung Palung Orangutan Conservation Project Newsletter. March 2019. (pdf)

2. “From Diana Monkeys to Orangutans.” Gunung Palung Orangutan Conservation Project Newsletter. February 2018. (pdf)

1. “Why the video of Ivorian cacao farmers is so distasteful.” August 4, 2014. (full text)