Publications

IN REVIEW OR IN PREP

Barnes K*, MLSP Jorge, and A Keuroghlian in review. The role of dominant frugivorous ungulates in forest nitrogen cycling. Ecology

Gorczynski D*, MLSP Jorge in review. Continental distribution of large mammal herbivory in the Neotropics. Mammalian Biology

Hofman MPG, et al. in review. Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research. PlosONE

Jorge MLSP, J Bradham*, A Keuroghlian, J Oshima*, and MC Ribeiro in prep.. Multi-level analysis reveals that well-connected forests are essential for persistence of a forest ungulate in agricultural lands. To be submitted to Conservation Science and Practice in February 2019

Merrick T*, R Bennartz, MLSP Jorge, TSF Silva, J Rausch, G Gualda in prep.. Accounting for the influence of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation on chlorophyll fluorescence using proximal passive remote sensing. To be submitted to PlosONE in February 2019

PUBLISHED

Bradham J*, MLSP Jorge, F Pedrosa, A Keuroghlian, M Galetti, VE Costa, and W Bercê accepted. Isotopic dietary plasticity of a Neotropical forest ungulate: the white lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari, Tayassuidae, Cetartiodactyla). Journal of Mammalogy.

Santos P, et al. accepted. Neotropical Xenarthrans: a dataset of occurrence of xenarthran species in the Neotropics. Ecology

Jorge MLSP, J Oshima*, J Bradham*, A Keuroghlian and MC Ribeiro 2019. White-lipped peccary seasonal movement in agricultural lands of Central Brazil. In: R Reyna-Hurtado and C Chapman (eds) Movement Ecology of Neotropical Forest Mammals, Springer.

Bradham J*, L DeSantis L, MLSP Jorge, A Keuroghlian 2018. Dietary variability of extinct tayassuids and modern white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu pecari) as inferred from dental microwear and stable isotope analysis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2018.03.020

Paviolo A, C De Angelo, K Ferraz, RG Morato, JM Pardo, AC Srbek-Araujo, BM Beisegel, F Lima, D Sana, MX Silva, MC Velázquez, L Cullen, P Crawshaw, MLSP Jorge, PM Galetti Jr, MS Di Bitetti, RC de Paula, E Eizirik, TM Aide, P Cruz, MLL Perrilli, ASM Souza, V Quiroga, E Nakano, FR Pinto, S Fernandez, S Costa, EA Moraes Jr, F Azevedo 2016. A biodiversity hotspot without its top predator? The challenge of jaguar conservation in the Atlantic Forest of South America. Scientific Reports. doi:10.1038/srep37147

Galetti M, H Camargo, T Siqueira, A Keuroghlian, C Donatti, MLSP Jorge, F Pedrosa, C Kanda, M Ribeiro 2015. Diet overlap and foraging activity between feral pigs and native peccaries in the Pantanal. PLOS One 10(11). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141459

Lima ES, MLSP Jorge, RSP Jorge, RG Morato 2014. Carnivores’ area requirement and habitat preference in cultivated lands: good news and bad news from the bush dog (Speothos venaticus). Oryx 49: 64-70. doi:10.1017/S0030605314000076

Jorge MLSP, M Galetti, MC Ribeiro, K Ferraz 2013. Mammal defaunation as surrogate of trophic cascades in a biodiversity hotspot. Biological Conservation Special Issue: Defaunation’s impact in tropical terrestrial ecosystems, 163:49-57, doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2013.04.018

Galetti M, E Eizirik, B Beisiegel, K Ferraz, S Cavalcanti, AC Srbek-Araujo, P Crawshaw, A Paviolo, PM Galetti Jr, ML Jorge, J Marinho-Filho, U Vercillo, RG Morato 2013;. Atlantic Rainforest’s Jaguars in Decline. Science 342 (6161): 930. doi:10.1126/science.342.6161.930-a

Lima ES, KE DeMatteo, RSP Jorge, MLSP Jorge, JC Dalponte, HS Lima, S Klorfine 2012. First< telemetry study of the bush dog (Speothos venaticus): providing information on home range, activity, and habitat selection. Wildlife Research 39(6): 512-519 doi:10.1071/WR1176

Jorge MLSP, JS Brown, M van der Merwe 2011. Handling time and the evolution of caching behavior. Behavioral Ecology 23(2):410-417 doi:10.1093/beheco/arr2

Jorge MLSP, HF Howe 2009. Can fragmentation disrupt a conditional mutualism? A case from Central Amazon. Oecologia 161:709–718 doi:10.1007/s00442-009-1417-7

Jorge MLSP. 2008. Effects of forest fragmentation on two sister genera of Amazonian rodents (Myoprocta acouchy and Dasyprocta leporina). Biological Conservation 141(3): 617-623 doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2007.11.013

Jorge MLSP, PM Velazco 2006;. Mammals. In: TS Schulenberg, C Vriesendorp, JI Rojas, and DK Moskovits (eds): Peru: Sierra del Divisor. The Field Museum: Rapid Biological Inventories Report Number 17

Jorge MSP, CA Peres 2005. Population density and home range use of red-rumped agoutis (Dasyprocta leporina) within and outside a natural Brazil nut stand in South-eastern Amazonia. Biotropica 37(2):317-320 doi:10.1111/j.1744-7429.2005.00041.x

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