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Author = Rudran, R
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Wiederholt, Ruscena, Fernandez-Duque, Eduardo, Diefenbach, Duane R. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 2010. Modeling the impacts of hunting on the population dynamics of red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus). Ecological Modelling, 221(20): 2482-2490. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2010.06.026

Rudran, Rasanayagam and Fernandez-Duque, E. 2003. Demographic Changes over Thirty Years in a Red Howler Population in Venezuela. International Journal of Primatology, 24: 925-947.

Rudran, Rasanayagam and Wemmer, Christen M. 2001. Teaching Conservation Biology to Developing Country Nationals: The National Zoo's Experience. In: Conway, W. G., Hutchins, M., Souza, M., Kapetanakos, Y. and Paul, E., AZA Field Conservation Resource Guide. Atlanta: Wildlife Conservation Society and Zoo Atlanta, pp.240-244.

Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1998. The cultural basis for the conservation of elephants and other wildlife in Sri Lanka. In: Hoage, R. J. and Moran, K., Culture: The Missing Element in Conservation and Development. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing Company, pp.37-50.

Kunz, T. H. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1996. Human health concerns. In: Wilson, Don E., Cole, F. Russell, Nichols, J. D., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S., Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.255-264.

Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1996. Methods for marking mammals. In: Wilson, Don E., Cole, F. Russell, Nichols, J. D., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S., Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.299-303.

Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S. 1996. Conducting a survey to assess mammalian diversity. In: Wilson, Don E., Cole, F. Russell, Nichols, J. D., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S., Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.71-79.

Rudran, Rasanayagam and Kunz, T. H. 1996. Ethics in research. In: Wilson, Don E., Cole, F. Russell, Nichols, J. D., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S., Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.251-254.

Rudran, Rasanayagam, Kunz, T. H., Southwell, C., Jarman, P. and Smith, A. 1996. Observational techniques for non-volant mammals. In: Wilson, Don E., Cole, F. Russell, Nichols, J. D., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S., Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.81-103.

Wilson, Don E., Cole, F. Russell, Nichols, J. D., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Foster, Mercedes S. 1996. Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals Washington, D.C. and London: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Agoramoorthy, G. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1995. Infanticide by adult and subadult males in free-ranging red howler monkeys, Alouatta seniculus in Venezuela. Ethology, 99: 75-88.

Rudran, Rasanayagam, Jayewardene, J. and Jayasinghe, W. A. 1995. Need for an integrated approach to elephant conservation in Sri Lanka. Bombay: Bombay Natural History Society.

Agoramoorthy, G. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1994. Field application of Telazol to immobilize wild red howler monkeys in Venezuela. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 30(3): 417-420.

Agoramoorthy, G. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1993. Male dispersal among free-ranging red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in Venezuela. Folia Primatol, 61: 92-96.

Wemmer, Christen M., Rudran, Rasanayagam, Dallmeier, Francisco and Wilson, Don E. 1993. Training developing-country nationals is the critical ingredient to conserving global biodiversity. Bioscience, 43(11): 762-767.

Agoramoorthy, G. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1992. Adoption in free-ranging red howler monkeys, Alonatta seniculus of Venezuela. Primates, 33: 551-555.

Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1992. Problems and prospects for wildlife conservation in Sri Lanka. Bombay Natural History Society Centenary, : 000

Crissey, S. D., Edwards, M. S., Oftedal, Olav T., Currier, J. A. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1991. The role of fiber in natural and manufactured diets fed to red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus). Chicago, IL: Lincoln Park Zoological Gardens.

Rudran, Rasanayagam, Wemmer, Christen M. and Singh, M. 1990. Teaching applied ecology to nationals of developing countries. In: Goodland, R., Race to Save The Tropics: Ecology and Economics for a Sustainable Future. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, pp.125-140.

Blouch, R. A. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1989. International training of wildlife and parks personnel: a case study of the Smithsonian Program. .

Crockett, Carolyn M. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1987. Red Howler Monkey Birth Data II: Interannual, Habitat, and Sex Comparisons. American Journal of Primatology, 13(4): 369-384.

Rudran, Rasanayagam, Wemmer, Christen M. and Singh, M. 1987. Teaching applied ecology to nationals of developing countries. .

Rudran, Rasanayagam and Eisenberg, John F. 1982. Conservation and status of wild primates in Venezuela. International Zoo Yearbook, 22: 52-59.

Thorington, Richard W., Jr., Rudran, Rasanayagam and Mack, David S. 1979. Sexual dimorphism in Alouatta seniculus and observations on capture techniques. In: Eisenberg, John F., Vertebrate Ecology of the Northern Neotropics. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.97-106.

Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1977. Socio ecology of the blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis stuhlmanni) of the Kibale Forest, Uganda. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, 249: 1-88. doi:10.5479/si.00810282.249

Eisenberg, John F., Muckenhirn, N. A. and Rudran, Rasanayagam. 1972. The Relation between Ecology and Social Structure in Primates. Science, 176: 863-874.

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