Publications

Current peer reviewed articles by team members. Also include those submitted and in revision.

 

Annan, A., H. J. Baldwin, V. M. Corman, S. M. Klose, M. Owusu, E. E. Nkrumah, E. K. Badu, P. Anti, O. Agbenyega, B. Meyer, S. Oppong, Y. A. Sarkodie, C. Reusken, E. K. V. Kalko, F. Gloza-Rausch, P. Vallo, M. Tschapka, C. Drosten, and J. F. Drexler (2013). Human betacoronavirus 2c EMC/2012–related viruses in bats, Ghana and Europe. Emerging Infectious Diseases 19 (3): 456 - 459.

 

Anti, P., M. Owusu, A. Annan, E. E. Nkrumah, E. K. Badu, O. Agbenyega, Y.A.Sarkodie, S. Oppong,and C. Drosten (2015). Exploring the sociocultural background of human-bat interactions in rural West African Communities. Emerging Infectious Diseases.

 

Nkrumah, E. E., P. Vallo, S. M. Klose, S. P. Ripperger, E. K. Badu, C. Drosten,  E. K.V. Kalko, M. Tschapka, S. K. Oppong (2015). Home range size of Noack's round-leaf bat (Hipposideros aff. ruber) in Ghana. Acta Chiropterologica (Submitted).

 

Nkrumah, E. E., P. Vallo, S. M. Klose, S. P. Ripperger, E. K. Badu, C. Drosten,  E. K.V. Kalko,  S. K. Oppong, M. Tschapka. Foraging ecology and roosting behaviour of Hipposideros aff. ruber in an agricultural landscape in Ghana, West Africa (Drafted).

 

Nkrumah, E. E., E. K. Badu, H. J. Baldwin, P. Anti, M. Owusu, P. Vallo, S. M. Klose, C. Drosten,  E. K.V. Kalko, M. Tschapka, S. K. Oppong. Flight activity of Hipposideros aff. ruber at two communal roost cave in Ghana, West Africa (Drafted).

 

Nkrumah, E. E., E. K. Badu, H. J. Baldwin, P. Anti, M. Owusu, P. Vallo, S. M. Klose, C. Drosten,  E. K.V. Kalko, S. K. Oppong, M. Tschapka. Community composition and assemblage structure of five bat caves in Ghana, West Africa (Drafted).

 

Nkrumah, E. E., B. O. Appiah, E. L. Darko, E. K. Badu, P. Anti, S. K. Oppong, M. Tschapka. Abundance and diversity of bats in Ghanaian agro-ecosystems and conservation implications (Drafted).

What We do

  • Research +

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