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Codron, D; Codron, J; Sponheimer, M; Clauss, Marcus (2016). Within-population isotopic niche variability in savanna mammals: disparity between carnivores and herbivores. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4:15.

Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Codron, D (2013). Plant stable isotope composition across habitat gradients in a semi-arid savanna: implications for environmental reconstruction. Journal of Quaternary Science, 28(3):301-310.

Codron, J; Codron, D; Sponheimer, M; Kirkman, K; Duffy, K J; Raubenheimer, E J; Melice, J-L; Grant, R; Clauss, Marcus; Lee-Thorp, J A (2012). Stable isotope series from elephant ivory reveal lifetime histories of a true dietary generalist. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 279(1737):2433-2441.

Codron, D; Sponheimer, M; Codron, J; Hammer, S; Tschuor, A; Braun, U; Bernasconi, S M; Clauss, Marcus (2012). Tracking the fate of digesta 13C and 15N compositions along the ruminant gastrointestinal tract: Does digestion influence the relationship between diet and faeces? European Journal of Wildlife Research, 58(1):303-313.

Codron, D; Hull, J; Brink, J S; Codron, J; Ward, D; Clauss, Marcus (2011). Effect of competition on niche dynamics of syntopic grazing ungulates: contrasting the predictions of habitat selection models using stable isotope analysis. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 13(3):217-235.

Codron, J; Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Kirkman, K; Duffy, K J; Sealy, J (2011). Landscape-scale feeding patterns of African elephant inferred from carbon isotope analysis of feces. Oecologia, 165(1):89-99.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Sponheimer, M; Bernasconi, S M; Clauss, Marcus (2011). When animals are not quite what they eat: diet digestibility influences 13C-incorporation rates and apparent discrimination in a mixed-feeding herbivore. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 89:453-465.

Codron, D; Codron, J (2009). Reliability of δ13C and δ15N in faeces for reconstructing savanna herbivore diet. Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 74(1):36-48.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Grant, C C; Brink, J S (2009). Stable isotope evidence for nutritional stress, competition, and loss of functional habitat as factors limiting recovery of rare antelope in southern Africa. Journal of Arid Environments, 73(4-5):449-457.

Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J; Codron, J (2008). What insights can baboon feeding ecology provide for early hominin niche differentiation? International Journal of Primatology, 29(3):757-772.

Codron, D; Brink, J S; Rossouw, L; Clauss, Marcus; Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M (2008). Functional differentiation of african grazing ruminants: an example of specialized adaptations to very small changes in diet. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 94(4):755-764.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J; Sealy, J; Grant, R; Fourie, N (2007). Diets of savanna ungulates from stable carbon isotope composition of faeces. Journal of Zoology, 273(1):21-29.

Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Codron, J (2007). Nutritional content of savanna plant foods: implications for browser/grazer models of ungulate diversification. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 53(2):100-111.

Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Codron, J; de Ruiter, D J; Brink, J S (2007). Significance of diet type and diet quality for ecological diversity of African ungulates. Journal of Animal Ecology, 76(3):526-537.

Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Codron, J (2007). Stable carbon isotope reconstruction of ungulate diet changes through the seasonal cycle. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 37(2):117-125.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J; Brink, J S (2007). Stable isotope characterization of mammalian predator–prey relationships in a South African savanna. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 53(3):161-170.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J; Brink, J S (2006). Dietary variation in impala Aepyceros melampus recorded by carbon isotope composition of feces. Acta Zoologica Sinica, 52(6):1015-1025.

Sponheimer, M; Loudon, J E; Codron, D; Howells, M E; Pruetz, J D; Codron, J; de Ruiter, D J; Lee-Thorp, J A (2006). Do “savanna” chimpanzees consume C4 resources? Journal of Human Evolution, 51(2):128-133.

Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Codron, D; Grant, R C; de Ruiter, D J (2006). Elephant (Loxodonta africana) diets in Kruger National Park, South Africa: spatial and landscape differences. Journal of Mammalogy, 87(1):27-34.

Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J; Codron, J (2006). Inter- and intrahabitat dietary variability of chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) in South African savannas based on fecal δ13C, δ15N, and %N. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 129(2):204-214.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J (2005). Animal diets in the Waterberg based on stable isotopic composition of faeces. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 35:43-52.

Codron, D; Codron, J; Sponheimer, M; Lee-Thorp, J A; Robinson, T; Grant, C C; de Ruiter, D J (2005). Assessing diet in savanna herbivores using stable carbon isotope ratios of faeces. Koedoe, 48(1):115-124.

Sponheimer, M; Lee-Thorp, J A; de Ruiter, D J; Codron, D; Codron, J; Baugh, A T; Thackeray, F (2005). Hominins, sedges, and termites: new carbon isotope data from the Sterkfontein valley and Kruger National Park. Journal of Human Evolution, 48(3):301-312.

Codron, J; Codron, D; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; Bond, W J; de Ruiter, D J; Grant, R (2005). Taxonomic, anatomical, and spatio-temporal variations in the stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions of plants from an African savanna. Journal of Archaeological Science, 32(12):1757-1772.

Codron, D; Luyt, J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Sponheimer, M; de Ruiter, D J; Codron, J (2005). Utilization of savanna-based resources by Plio-Pleistocene baboons. South African Journal of Science, 101(5-6):245-248.

Sponheimer, M; Grant, C C; de Ruiter, D J; Lee-Thorp, J A; Codron, D; Codron, J (2003). Diets of impala from Kruger National Park: evidence from stable carbon isotopes. Koedoe, 46(1):101-106.

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