Joanna E. Lambert
Joanna E. Lambert
Professor of Environmental Studies, University of Colorado Boulder
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Primate digestion: interactions among anatomy, physiology, and feeding ecology
JE Lambert
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and …, 1998
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
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
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
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
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
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
Primate nutritional ecology: feeding biology and diet at ecological and evolutionary scales
JE Lambert
Primates in perspective, 2010
The role of dung beetles as secondary seed dispersers and their effect on plant regeneration in tropical rainforests
E Andresen, F Feer
Seed fate: Predation, dispersal and seedling establishment, 331-349, 2005
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), 2015
Seed fate: predation, dispersal, and seedling establishment
JE Lambert, PE Hulme, SB Vander Wall
CABI, 2004
SETI@ home, BOINC, and volunteer distributed computing
EJ Korpela
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 40, 69-87, 2012
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, 2004
Seed predation and dispersal by peccaries throughout the Neotropics and its consequences: a review and synthesis
H Beck, PM Forget, JE Lambert, PE Hulme, SB Vander Wall
Seed fate: Predation, dispersal and seedling establishment, 77-115, 2005
How to elucidate seed fate? A review of methods used to study seed removal and secondary seed dispersal
PM Forget, D Wenny
Seed fate predation, dispersal and seedling establishment. CABI Publishing …, 2005
Seasonality, fallback strategies, and natural selection: a chimpanzee and cercopithecoid model for interpreting the evolution of hominin diet
JE Lambert
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 (6), 1169-1185, 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 (3), 539-555, 2005
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
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