Publications

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2019

Scott NL, LaDue CA. The behavioral effects of exhibit size versus complexity in African elephants: A potential solution for smaller spaces. Zoo Biology 38(5):448–457. doi:10.1002/zoo.21506 [link]

LaDue C. A “fence to field” approach to conservation: connecting wild and captive elephants through research. Journal of the Elephant Managers Association. 30:78–84. [link]

2018

LaDue CA, Goodwin TE, Schulte BA. Receiver condition influences concentration-dependent responses towards pheromones in Asian elephants. Ethology 124(6):387–399. doi:10.111/eth.12741 [link]

2017

Margulis SW, Volle KA, LaDue CA, Atsalis S. What necropsy reports can tell us about menopausal and age-related changes in Western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 5(1):11–15. doi:10.19227/jzar.v5i1.232. [link]

2016

LaDue C. Chemical signaling in Asian elephants (Elephas maximus): concentration effects with applications for management and conservation. MSc Thesis, Western Kentucky University. 131 p. [link]

Scott NL, Hansen B, LaDue CA, Lam C, Lai A, Chan L. 2016. Using an active Radio Frequency Identification Real-Time Location System to monitor animal movement in zoos. Animal Biotelemetry 4:16. doi:10.1186/s40317-016-0108-5. [link]

LaDue C, Halling A, Scott N. Tracking trends in elephant management with a digital EMA library (or how to find that JEMA article you read 20 years ago). Journal of the Elephant Managers Association 27(3):8–12. [link]

Hendrix E, LaDue C. Contributing to elephant conservation by providing independent study opportunities to motivated students: a case report. Journal of the Elephant Managers Association 27(2):14–17. [link]

2015

Devous, A. Researching the researcher: Chase LaDue. Journal of the Elephant Managers Association 26(3):28–29. [link]

2014

LaDue CA, Scott NL, Margulis SW. A survey of musth among captive male elephants in North America: updated results and implications for management. Journal of the Elephant Managers Association 25(2):18–24. [link]

LaDue C. The (male) elephant in the room: how a better understanding of musth will help determine the future of elephants in captivity. All-College Honors Thesis, Canisius College. 87 p. [link]

LaDue C, Madden M, Perkes-Smith L, Margulis S. Behavioral changes associated with pregnancy and infant development in captive gorillas. Animal Keepers’ Forum: Special Issue Dedicated to Gorillas 41(2-3):80–83. [link]