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Oscar M. Chaves Badilla
Escuela de Biología
Apdo. 11501-2060
San Pedro, San José
Costa Rica
oscar.chavesbadilla@ucr.ac.cr
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Investigación

Investigador postdoctoral e investigador asociado
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brasil
Investigaciones sobre la ecología y comportamiento de primates en hábitats fragmentados
2011-2018

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Docencia

Profesor
Universidad Latina, Costa Rica
Profesor de Parasitología Tropical 2010

Professor Escuela Centroamercana de Ganadería, Costa Rica (ECAG)
Profesor de Biología de la Conservación 2002-2004

Publicaciones

Artículos publicados:

1) CHAVES ÓM, MARTIS V, CAMARATTA D, BICCA-MARQUES J. 2020. Successful adoption of an orphan infant in a wild group of brown howler monkeys. Primates. 61:301–30.

2) BICCA-MARQUES J, CHAVES ÓM, PACHECO HASS G. 2020.Howler monkey tolerance to habitat shrinking: lifetime warranty or death sentence? American Journal of Primatology. e23089: 1-9. 

3) CHAVES, Ó.M., AMORIM FERNANDES, F.; TURCATO OLIVEIRA, G; BICCA-MARQUES, and J.C. 2019. Assessing the influence of biotic, abiotic, and social factors on the physiological stress of a large Neotropical primate in Atlantic Forest fragments. Science of the Total Environment. 690: 705–716.

4) CHAVES, Ó.M., J.C. BICCA-MARQUES, and C.A. CHAPMAN. 2018. Quantity and quality of seed dispersal by a large arboreal frugivore in small and large Atlantic forest fragments. PLoS ONE 13:e0193660.

 

5) CORREA, F.M., Ó.M. CHAVES, R. CAMBARÁ PRINTES, and H. PICCOLI ROMANOWSKI. 2018. Surviving in the urban-forest interface: feeding and ranging behavior of brown howlers (Alouatta guariba clamitans) in an urban fragment in southern Brazil. American Journal of Primatology. e22865: 1-12.

 

6) CHAVES, Ó. M., and J. C. BICCA-MARQUES. 2017. Crop-feeding by brown howler monkeys (Alouatta guariba clamitans) in forest fragments: the conservation value of cultivated species. International Journal of Primatoloty.. 11:0145819e. 

 

7) CAMARATTA, D., CHAVES, Ó.M., and BICCA-MARQUES. 2017. Fruit availability drives the distribution of a folivorous-frugivorous primate within a large forest remnant. American Journal of Primatology. 79: e22626

 

8) BICCA-MARQUES, J.C., C. CALEGARO-MARQUES, A.B. RYLANDS, K.B. STRIER, R.A. MITTERMEIER, M.A.B. DE ALMEIDA, P.H.G. DE CASTRO, Chaves ÓM et al. 2017.Yellow fever threatens Atlantic Forest primates. Science Advances eLetter.

 

9) CHAVES, Ó. M., and J. C. BICCA-MARQUES. 2016. Feeding strategies of brown howler monkeys in response to variations in food availability. PLoS ONE 11: e0145819.

 

10) CHAVES, Ó. M., V. ARROYO-RODRIGUEZ, M. MARTINEZ-RAMOS, and K. E. STONER. 2015. Primate Extirpation From Rainforest Fragments Does Not Appear to Influence Seedling Recruitment. American Journal of Primatology. 77: 468–478.

 

11) MARTINS, V., Ó. M. CHAVES, M. B. NEVES, and J. C. BICCA-MARQUES. 2015. Parturition and potential infanticide in free-ranging Alouatta guariba clamitans. Primates 56: 119–125.

 

12) CHAVES, Ó. M., and J. C. BICCA-MARQUES. 2013. Dietary flexibility of the brown howler monkey throughout its geographic distribution. American Journal of Primatology 75: 16–29.

 

13) RINCÓN-VARGAS, F., K. E. STONER, R. M. VIGUERAS-VILLASEÑOR, J. M. NASSAR, Ó. M. CHAVES, and R. HUDSON. 2013. Internal and external indicators of male reproduction in the lesser long-nosed bat Leptonycteris yerbabuenae. Journal of Mammalogy. 94: 488-496.

 

14) CHAVES, Ó. M., K. E. STONER, and V. ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ. 2012. Differences in diet between spider monkey groups living in forest fragments and continuous forest in Lacandona, Mexico. Biotropica. 44: 105–113.

 

15) CHAVES, Ó. M., K. E. STONER, V. ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ, and A. ESTRADA. 2011. Effectiveness of spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi vellerosus) as seed dispersers in continuous and fragmented rainforests in Southern Mexico. International Journal of Primatology. 32: 177–192.

 

16) CHAVES, Ó. M., K. E. STONER, S. ANGELES-CAMPOS, and V. ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ. 2011. Wood consumption by Geoffroyi\'s spider monkeys and its role in mineral supplementation. PLoS One 6: e25070.

 

17) CHAVES, Ó. M., K. E. STONER, and V. ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ. 2011. Seasonal differences in activity patterns of Geoffroyi´s spider monkeys living in continuous and fragmented forests in Southern Mexico. International Journal of Primatology. 32:960–973.

 

18) GONZÁLEZ-ZAMORA, A., V. ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ, Ó. M. CHAVES, S. SÁNCHEZ-LÓPEZ, and K. E. STONER. 2011. Influence of climatic variables, forest type and condition on activity patterns of Geoffroyi´s spider monkeys throughout Mesoamerica. American Journal of Primatology. 73: 1–10.

 

19) CHAVES, Ó. M., and K. E. STONER. 2010. River crossings by Ateles geoffroyi and Alouatta pigra in Southern Mexico: a preliminary report. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural.  83: 435–442.

 

20) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2010. The Darwinian revolution. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural. 83: 237–241.

 

21) GONZÁLEZ-ZAMORA, A., V. ARROYO-RODRÍGUEZ, Ó. M. CHAVES, S. SÁNCHEZ-LÓPEZ, K. E. STONER, and P. RIBA-HERNÁNDEZ. 2009. Diet of spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) in Mesoamerica: current knowledge and future directions. American Journal of Primatology. 71: 8–20.

22) CHAVES, Ó. M., and G. ÁVALOS. 2008. Do seasonal changes in light availability influence the inverse leafing phenology of the neotropical dry forest understory shrub Bonellia nervosa (Theophrastaceae). Revista de Biología Tropical. 56: 257–268.

23) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2007. Retraso del enverdecimiento en las hojas nuevas de Pernettya prostrata (Ericaceae): posibles funciones adaptativas. Revista Pensamiento Actual. 7: 96–104.

24) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2006. ¿Qué tipo de árboles prefiere consumir Nasutitermes? Revista Pensamiento Actual. 7: 14–22.

25) CHAVES, Ó. M., and F. DE GOIS. 2006. Análisis comparativo de la folivoría en helechos y angiospermas en un Bosque Tropical Húmedo de Costa Rica. Revista Pensamiento Actua.l 6: 7–13.

26) CHAVES, Ó. M., and G. ÁVALOS. 2006. Is the inverse leafing phenology of the dry forest understory shrub Jacquinia nervosa (Theophrastaceae) a strategy to escape herbivory? Revista de Biología Tropical. 54: 951–963.

Artículos sometidos:

1)  AMATO KR, CHAVES ÓM, MALLOTT EK, EPPLEY TM, ABREU F, BADEN AL, BARNETT AA., et al. 2020. Fermented food consumption in wild non-human primates and its ecological drivers. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

 

2)  CHAVES ÓM, and BICCA-MARQUES JC. 2020. Ecological drivers of 24-h activity budget of free-ranging primates near of the southern limit of primate distribution in Neotropics Science of the Total Environment.

 

3)  CHAVES ÓM, FORTES VB, HASS GP, BOCORNY DE AZEVEDO R, STONER KE, and BICCA-MARQUES JC. 2020. Leaf and flower consumption modulate the drinking behavior in a folivorous-frugivorous arboreal mammal. Plos One.

 

4)  CHAVES ÓM, SOUZA JC, BUSS G, HIRANO ZMB, AMARAL ELS, JARDIM MMA, GODOY JC, PERUCHI AR, MICHEL T, and  BICCA-MARQUES JC. 2020. Assessing the threats for wildlife in peri-urban landscapes of southern Brazil: the case of brown howler monkeys. Animal Conservation.

 

5)  CHAVES ÓM, GARBER PA, and BICCA-MARQUES JC. 2020. Pervasive influence of habitat size, frugivory, and fruit availability on the ranging behavior of an arboreal mammal in a fragmented landscape. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Libros y capítulos de libro

1) BUSS G, OKLANDER LI, BICCA-MARQUES JC, HIRANO ZMB, CHAVES ÓM, MENDES SL, NEVES LG, MELO FR, RYLANDS AB, JERUSALINSKY L. 2019. Brown howler monkey. In: Schwitzer C, Mittermeier RA, Ryland AB, Chiozza F, Willamson EA, Macfie EJ, Wallis J, Cotton A, editors. Primates in Peril: The World\'s 25 most endangered primates 2018-2020. Washington, DC: IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group, International Primatological Society, Global Wildlife Conservation, and Bristol Zoological Society. p 95-97.

2) MÉNDEZ-CARVAJAL PG, RODRÍGUEZ-MENJÍVAR M, POZO MONTUY G, CHAVES ÓM, PONCE G, RODRÍGUEZ-BEITIA BA, PORTILLO-REYES H. 2017. Central American Spider Monkey Ateles geoffroyi Kuhl, 1820: Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama (2016). In: Schwitzer C, Mittermeier RA, Ryland AB, Chiozza F, Willamson EA, Macfie EJ, Wallis J, Cotton A, editors. Primates in Peril: The World\'s 25 most endangered primates 2016-2018. Arlington: IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group (PSG), International Primatological Society (IPS), Conservation International (CI), and Bristol Zoological Society, Arlington, VA. p 91-94.

3) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2013. Fenología foliar inversa en un bosque tropical seco de Costa Rica. Editorial Académica Española, Madrid. 132 p.

4) CHAVES, Ó.M. 2012. Efficiency of the Strategies to Prevent and Mitigate the Deforestation in Costa Rica. In eds P. Moutinho (Eds), Deforestation around the world (pp. 319–332). New York: Intech.

5) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2012. Efficiency of the Strategies to Prevent and Mitigate the Deforestation in Costa Rica. In P. Moutinho (Ed.). Deforestation around the world, 319–332. Intech, New York.

Disertaciones:

1) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2002. Effect of the light seasonal variation and the plant-herbivore interactions on the inverse phenology of Jacquinia nervosa (Theophrastaceae). M.Sc. Dissertation. Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica. 116 p.

2) CHAVES, Ó. M. 2010. Dispersión de semillas por el mono araña (Ateles geoffroyi) en fragmentos y en áreas de un bosque continuo de la selva Lacandona: implicaciones para la conservación. PhD Dissertation. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, D.F. 233 p.

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