Non-peer reviewed publications
Public science writing
Nishimura, AC, Russo, GA. (2017). "Does cortical bone thickness in the last sacral vertebra differ among tail types in primates?" American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 162(4), 757-767.
Mongle, CS, Nishimura, AC, Kling, K, Lamb, A, Ekanayake-Weber, M, DeVries, D. (In review). Anthropologists get jazzed for science in New Orleans. Evolutionary Anthropology.
Perlman, RF, Nishimura AC, Mongle CS, Kling K, Guevara, EE, Arslanian, K. (2016). Life's a peach for anthropologists in Atlanta. Evolutionary Anthropology 25(3), 81-83.
Nishimura, AC, Fernández, PJ, Guerra, JS, Russo, GA. (2017). Functional morphology of the occipital condyles in anthropoids. American Association of Physical Anthropologists. 162(S-64). (Poster).
Bradley, BJ, Walsh, S, Nishimura, AC, Karlsson, J, Kamilar, JM. (2014). “The evolution of primate pelage: Morphological analyses of museum research skins.” American Association of Physical Anthropologists. 153(S-58). (Poster)
Nishimura, AC: “Segment-specific analyses of prehensile tail use and morphology in Cebus capucinus and Alouatta palliata.” (2013). American Association of Physical Anthropologists. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 150(S-56). (Poster)
Stony Brook Statesman: Letter to the Editor: A scientist’s defense of specimen collecting