Scientific Research on the Penisula regarding baboons Literature available for download: behaviour Anthropogenic effects on the physiology and behaviour of chacma baboons in the Cape Peninsula of South Africa_Chowdhury et al. 2020 Extreme behavioural shifts by baboons exploiting risky, resource-rich, human-modifed environments_Fehlmann et al.2017 Sociality and Stress in Female Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus) in the Cape Peninsula of South Africa_ Chowdhury (PhD thesis) Conflict Cosmopolitan Animals_Hurn 2015 Good fences make good neighbours: A qualitative, interpretive study of human–baboon and human–human conflict on the Cape Peninsula_Terblanche_2015 The Implications and Perceptions of Human-Baboon Conflict in South Africa_DeSilva and Dominy 2016 In pursuit of a Panacea: Mitigating human-baboon conflict in the Cape Peninsula_Kaplan. Like herding cats - managing conflict over wildlife heritage on South Africa_s Cape Peninsula_Hurn 2011 Diet 30 Days in the Life: Daily Nutrient Balancing in a Wild Chacma Baboon_Johnson et al. 2013 Are Cape Peninsula baboons raiding their way to obesity and type II diabetes? - a comparative study_Leith et al. 2020 Behavioural and isotope ecology of marine-foraging chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) on the Cape Peninsula, South Africa_Lewis 2015 (PhD thesis) Energetics at the urban edge: Environmental and individual predictors of urinary C-peptide levels in wild chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) _Fürtbauer et al. 2020 Isotopic assessment of marine food consumption by natural-foraging chacma baboons on the Cape Peninsula, South Africa_Lewis et al. 2017 Metabolic changes to GLUT-‐4 levels in urban Chacma baboons on the Cape Peninsula: raiding their way to type 2 diabetes?_Van Velden 2013 (Honours thesis) Ecology Activity patterns of Baboons (Papio ursinus) at Cape Point_Davidge 1976 (Masters thesis) Activity patterns of Baboons (Papio ursinus) at Cape Point_Davidge 1977 Ecology of Baboons (Papio ursinus) at Cape Point_Davidge 1977 The Effects of Extreme Seasonality of Climate and Day Length on the Activity Budget and Diet of Semi-Commensal Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus) in the Cape Peninsula of South Africa_van Doorn et al. 2010 Foraging Profile, Activity Budget and Spatial Ecology of Exclusively Natural-Foraging Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus)ontheCapePeninsula, South Africa_Lewis and O_Riain 2017 Landscape requirements of a primate population in a human-dominated environment_Hoffman _ O_Riain 2012 Monkey Management: Using Spatial Ecology to Understand the Extent and Severity of Human–Baboon Conflict in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa_Hoffman _ O_Riain 2012 The spatial ecology of chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) in the Cape Peninsula, South AfricaHoffman 2011 (PhD thesis) The spatial Ecology of Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus) in a Human-modified Environment_Hoffman and O_Riain 2011 Troop Size and Human-Modiﬁed Habitat Affect the Ranging Patterns of a Chacma Baboon Population in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa_Hoffman _ O_Riain 2012 Endocrinology Energetics at the urban edge: Environmental and individual predictors of urinary C-peptide levels in wild chacma baboons (Papio ursinus)_Furtbauer et al., 2020 Simultaneous investigation of urinary and faecal glucocorticoid metabolite concentrations reveals short- versus long-term drivers of HPA-axis activity in a wild primate (Papio ursinus)_Christensen et al., 2022 Injury-mortality Causes and Consequences of Mortality and Mutilation in the Cape Peninsula Baboon Population_Beamish 2009 (Masters thesis) The Effects of Permanent Injury on the Behavior and Diet of Commensal Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus) in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa_Beamish and O_Riain 2014 Management Flexible group cohesion and coordination, but robust leader-follower roles, in a wild social primate using urban space_Braken et al. 2021 Socioecology Explains Individual Variation in Urban Space Use in Response to Management in Cape Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus)_Braken et al. 2021 Adaptive space use by baboons (Papio ursinus) in response to management interventions in a human-changed landscape_Fehlmann et al. 2016 Shedding Light on Reﬂective Prisms as Potential Baboon ( Papio ursinus ) Deterrents in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa_Kaplan and O_Riain 2015 A Low-Cost Manipulation of Food Resources Reduces Spatial Overlap Between Baboons (Papio ursinus) and Humans in Conflict_Kaplan et al. 2011 Nonlethal management of baboons on the urban edge of a large metropole_van Doorn _ O_Riain 2020 Transmission of Disease-Parasites Survey of Infections Transmissible Between Baboons and Humans, Cape Town, South Africa_Drewe et al. 2012 Infection of two distinct Trichuris sp.genotypes within and among baboon (Papio ursinus) troops on the Cape Peninsula_Moxley 2013 (Honours thesis) Gastrointestinal parasite infections in chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) of the Cape Peninsula_Ravasi 2009 (PhD thesis) A Coprological Survey of Protozoan and Nematode Parasites of Free-Ranging Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus) in the Southwestern Cape, South Africa_Ravasi et al. 2012 Phylogenetic Evidence That Two Distinct Trichuris Genotypes Infect both Humans and Non-Human Primates_Ravasi et al. 2012 Wildfire Behavioural and physiological responses of chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) to wildfire in the Cape Peninsula of South Africa_Dubay 2018 (Masters thesis) BaBoons in other Areas Baboons size and fat reflect access to food and activity levels_Altmann et al Hepatitis B Baboons South Africa_Dickens et al The rise and fall of tuberculosis in a free-ranging chacma baboon troop in the Kruger National Park _Keet et al Effects of Food Availability on Serum Insulin and Lipid Concentrations in Free-Ranging Baboons_Kemnitz et al Human Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 in Wild Nonhuman Primates, Zambia_Sasaki et al Wildlife Conflict in general Behavioral Causes, Ecological Consequences, and Management Challenges Associated with Wildlife Foraging in Human-Modified Landscapes_Fehlmann et al.