Joanna E. Lambert
Joanna E. Lambert
Professor of Environmental Studies, University of Colorado Boulder
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Impending extinction crisis of the world’s primates: Why primates matter
A Estrada, PA Garber, AB Rylands, C Roos, E Fernandez-Duque, ...
Science advances 3 (1), e1600946, 2017
Primate digestion: interactions among anatomy, physiology, and feeding ecology
JE Lambert
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and …, 1998
Habitat alteration and the conservation of African primates: case study of Kibale National Park, Uganda
CA Chapman, JE Lambert
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2000
The evolution of stomach acidity and its relevance to the human microbiome
DAE Beasley, AM Koltz, JE Lambert, N Fierer, RR Dunn
PloS one 10 (7), e0134116, 2015
Meta‐analysis of the effects of human disturbance on seed dispersal by animals
JS Markl, M Schleuning, PM Forget, P Jordano, JE Lambert, A Traveset, ...
Conservation biology 26 (6), 1072-1081, 2012
Hardness of cercopithecine foods: implications for the critical function of enamel thickness in exploiting fallback foods
JE Lambert, CA Chapman, RW Wrangham, NL Conklin‐Brittain
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2004
SETI@ home, BOINC, and volunteer distributed computing
EJ Korpela
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 40, 69-87, 2012
Evolutionary and ecological implications of primate seed dispersal
JE Lambert, PA Garber
American Journal of primatology 45 (1), 9-28, 1998
The role of mammals in creating and modifying seedshadows in tropical forests and some possible consequences of their elimination
KE Stoner, P Riba‐Hernández, K Vulinec, JE Lambert
Biotropica 39 (3), 316-327, 2007
Primate nutritional ecology: feeding biology and diet at ecological and evolutionary scales
JE Lambert
Primates in perspective, 2010
Seed handling in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius): Implications for understanding hominoid and cercopithecine fruit …
JE Lambert
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 1999
Seed fate: predation, dispersal, and seedling establishment
JE Lambert, PE Hulme, SB Vander Wall
CABI, 2005
Fallback foods, optimal diets, and nutritional targets: primate responses to varying food availability and quality
JE Lambert, R J
Annual Review of Anthropology 44 (1), 493-507, 2015
Are primates ecosystem engineers?
CA Chapman, TR Bonnell, JF Gogarten, JE Lambert, PA Omeja, ...
International Journal of Primatology 34, 1-14, 2013
Frugivores and seed dispersal: mechanisms and consequences for biodiversity of a key ecological interaction
P Jordano, PM Forget, JE Lambert, K Böhning-Gaese, A Traveset, ...
Biology Letters 7 (3), 321-323, 2011
Variation in the Diets of Cercopithecus Species: Differences within Forests, among Forests, and across Species
CA Chapman, LJ Chapman, M Cords, JM Gathua, A Gautier-Hion, ...
The guenons: Diversity and adaptation in African monkeys, 325-350, 2002
Thirty years of research in Kibale National Park, Uganda, reveals a complex picture for conservation
CA Chapman, TT Struhsaker, JE Lambert
International Journal of Primatology 26, 539-555, 2005
Seasonality, fallback strategies, and natural selection: a chimpanzee and Cercopithecoid model for interpreting the evolution of the hominin diet
Evolution of the human diet: The known, the unknown, and the unknowable, 324-343, 2007
Digestive Retention Times in Forest Guenons (Cercopithecus spp.) with Reference to Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
JE Lambert
International Journal of Primatology 23, 1169-1185, 2002
The evolutionary consequences of human–wildlife conflict in cities
CJ Schell, LA Stanton, JK Young, LM Angeloni, JE Lambert, SW Breck, ...
Evolutionary Applications 14 (1), 178-197, 2021
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