1 .Odadi, W.O., G. K. Charles and T.P. Young. 2018. Cattle select African savanna termite mound patches less when sharing habitat with wild herbivores. Ecology and Evolution 8:9074–9085
2. Odadi, W.O., C. Riginos and D.I. Rubenstein. 2018. Tightly bunched herding improves cattle performance in African savanna rangeland. Rangeland Ecology and Management 71: 481–491
3. Goheen, J. R., D. J. Augustine, K. E. Veblen, D. M. Kimuyu, T. M. Palmer, L. M. Porensky, R. M. Pringle, J. Ratnam, C. Riginos, M. Sankaran, A. T. Ford, A. A. Hassan, R. Jakopak, T. R. Kartzinel, S. Kurukura, A. M. Louthan, W O. Odadi, T. O. Otieno, A. M. Wambua, H. S. Young, and T. P. Young. 2018. Conservation lessons from large-mammal manipulations in East African savannas: the KLEE, UHURU, and GLADE experiments. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1429:31-49.
4. Young, T.P., L.M. Porensky , C. Riginos, K.E. Veblen, W.O. Odadi, D.M. Kimuyu, G.K. Charles, H.S. Young. 2018. Relationships between cattle and biodiversity in multiuse landscape revealed by Kenya Long-Term Exclosure Experiment. Rangeland Ecology and Management 71:281–291.
5. Kinga, G.W., J. Mironga and W.O. Odadi. 2018. Analysis of the spatial relationship between cattle and wild ungulates across different land-use systems in a tropical savanna landscape. International Journal of Ecology Volume 2018, Article ID 2072617, 12 pages. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/2072617
6. Odadi, W.O. 2018. Using heart girth to estimate live weight of heifers (Bos indicus) in pastoral rangelands of northern Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 30, Article #16. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd30/1/wood30016.html
Odadi, W.O., J. Fargione and D.I. Rubenstein. 2017. Vegetation, wildlife, and livestock responses to planned grazing management in an African pastoral landscape. Land Degradation and Development 28:2030-2038.
Odadi, W.O., D. M. Kimuyu, R.L. Sensenig, K.E. Veblen, C. Riginos and T.P. Young. 2017. Fire-induced negative nutritional outcomes for cattle when sharing habitat with native ungulates in an African savanna. Journal of Applied Ecology 54:935–944.
Odadi, W.O. and D.I. Rubenstein 2015. Herd size-dependent effects of restricted foraging time allowance on cattle behavior, nutrition, and performance. Rangeland Ecology & Management 68:341-348.
Odadi, W.O., M.M. Karachi, S.A. Abdulrazak and T.P. Young. 2013. Protein supplementation reduces non-grass foraging by a primary grazer. Ecological Applications 23:455-463.
Riginos, C., L.M. Porensky, K.E. Veblen, W.O. Odadi, R.L. Sensenig, D. Kimuyu, M.L. Wilkerson and T.P. Young. 2012. Lessons on the relationship between livestock husbandry and biodiversity from the Kenya Long-term Exclosure Experiment (KLEE). Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice 2012 2:10.
Odadi, W.O., S.A. Abdulrazak, M.K. Karachi and T.P. Young. 2011. African wild ungulates compete with or facilitate cattle depending on season. Science 333:1753-1755.
Odadi, W.O., M. Jain, S.E. Van Wieren, H.H.T. Prins and D.I. Rubenstein. 2011. Facilitation between bovids and equids on an African savanna. Evolutionary Ecology Research 13:237-252.