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Professional and Research Interests:
- Population ecology
- Wildlife diseases
- Intestinal parasites
- Parasite interactions
Kleynhans, E. J., Jolles, A. E., Bos, M. R. E., Olff, H. in press. Resource partitioning in African savanna grazers: seasonal and allometric patterns. Oikos.
Seabloom, E. W., E. T. Borer, A. E. Jolles, C. E. Mitchell. 2009. Direct and indirect effects of viral pathogens and the environment on host fitness: invasive grasses in California. Journal of Ecology 97: 1264-1273.
Jolles, A. E. 2007. Population biology of African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) at Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa. African Journal of Ecology 45(3): 398-406.
Turner, W. C., A. E. Jolles & N. Owen-Smith. 2005. Alternating sexual segregation during the mating season by male African buffalo. Journal of Zoology 267(3): 291-300.
Jolles, A. E., D. Cooper and S. A. Levin. 2005. Hidden effects of chronic tuberculosis in African buffalo. Ecology 86(9):2358-2364.
Jolles, A. E., P. Sullivan, A. P. Alker and C. D. Harvell. 2002. Disease transmission of Aspergillosis in sea fans: Inferring process from spatial pattern. Ecology 83(9): 2373-2378.
Emslie, R. H., M. Brooks, J. Lee-Thorp, A. E. Jolles, W. Smith and N. Vermass. 2000. Progress with developing statistical methods to determine the source and species of recovered illegal rhino horn in Africa based on analysis of its chemistry. Pachyderm 29: 56-57.
van Hooft P, Prins HHT, Getz WM, Jolles AE, van Wieren SE, Greyling BJ, van Helden PD, Bastos ADS. 2010. Rainfall-driven sex-ratio genes in African buffalo suggested by correlations between Y-chromosomal haplotype frequencies and foetal sex ratio.. BMC evolutionary biology. 10:106.