Scientific Publications


Jowers, M.J., Queirós, J., Resende Pinto, R., Ali, A.H., Mutinda, M., Angelone, S., Alves, P.C. and Godinho, R. Genetic diversity in natural range remnants of the critically endangered hirola antelope. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. Link.


Noonan MJ, Tucker MA, Fleming CH, Akre T, Alberts SC, Ali AH, Altmann J, Antunes PC, Belant JL, Berens D, Beyer D, Blaum N, Bohning-Gaese K, Cullen L, Cunha de Paula R, Dekker J, Drescher-Lehman J, Farwig N, Ford AT, Goheen JR, Janssenn R, Jeltsch F, Kauffman M, Kappeler P, Koch F, LaPoint S, Markham AC, Medici EP, Morato RG, Nathan R, Oliveira-Santos LGR, Olson KA, Patterson BD, Paviolo A, Ramalho EE, Roesner S, Selva N, Sergiel A, Silva MX, Spiegel O, Thompson P, Ullmann W, Zieba F, Zwijacz- Kozica T, Fagan WF, Mueller T, Calabrese JM. A comprehensive analysis of autocorrelation and bias in home range estimation. Ecological Monographs. Link.

Ali, A. H., R. Amin, J.S. Evans, M. Fischer, A.T. Ford, A. Kibara, and J.R. Goheen. Evaluating support for rangeland‐restoration practices by rural Somalis: an unlikely win‐win for local livelihoods and hirola antelope?. Animal Conservation. PDF.

Tucker, M.A. and 114 members of the Global Animal Movement group. Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements in human-dominated landscapes. Science. 359:466-469 PDF.


Ali, A.H., M.J. Kauffman, R. Amin, A. Kibara, J. King, D. Mallon, C. Musyoki, and J.R. Goheen. Demographic drivers of a refugee species: large-scale experiments guide strategies for reintroductions of hirola. Ecological Applications. PDF.

Ali, A.H., A.T. Ford, J.S. Evans, D. Mallon, M.M. Hayes, J. King, R. Amin, and J.R. Goheen. Resource selection and landscape change reveal mechanisms suppressing population recovery for the world's most endangered antelope. Journal of Applied Ecology. PDF.

Caroline C. Ng’weno, Nelly J. Maiyo, Abdullahi H. Ali, Alfred K. Kibungei, and Jacob R. Goheen. Lions influence the decline and habitat shift of hartebeest in a semiarid savanna. Journal of Mammalogy PDF.


Ali, A. H. Range collapse, demography and conservation of the critically endangered hirola antelope in Kenya. PhD Dissertation, University of Wyoming. PDF.


Andanje, S., Davey, K., Ogwoka, B., Agwanda, B., Ali, A., Bruce, T., Wacher, T. and Amin, R. Mammal Diversity Surveys in the Coastal Forests; Kenya 2010 – 2011. The Zoological Society of London, Regents Park, London, NW1 4RY. PDF.


Amin, R., Andanje, S. A., Ogwonka, B., Ali, A. H., Bowkett, A. E., Omar, M., & Wacher, T. The northern coastal forests of Kenya are nationally and globally important for the conservation of Aders’ duiker Cephalophus adersi and other antelope species. Biodiversity and Conservation, 1-18. PDF.

Ali A.H, J.R. Goheen, R. Amin and I. Lekolol. Lessons from the capture and collaring of the critically endangered hirola Antelope (Beatragus hunteri), Ijara, Kenya, Gnusletter 31: 8-13 PDF.


Ali A.H and J.R. Goheen. A diamond in the rough: conservation and ecology of hirola antelope in northeastern Kenya. East African Wildlife Society Swara Magazine, January-March Issue, pgs 56-57 PDF.

Ali A.H and J.R. Goheen. Saving the worlds most endangered antelope. Association of Zoos and Aquariums Connect Magazine, USA. March Issue, pg 43. PDF.


King J., S. Andanje, C. Musyoki, R. Amin, J.R. Goheen, D. Lesimirdana, and Ali A.H. Aerial survey of hirola (Beatragus hunteri) and other large mammals in southeastern Kenya. Technical report to the Kenya Wildlife Service. PDF.