Publications

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Edited Volumes, Monographs, and Special Issues

Lambert, JE (nd) Primates, Fruit & Seeds: The Ecology of a Mutualism (book monograph in preparation)

Lambert, JE and Rothman JM (2018) Primate Diet & Nutrition: Needing, Finding, and Using Food (edited volume, under contract with University of Chicago Press)

Lambert JE (2018) A Natural History of the Arboreal Guenon Monkeys (Cercopithecus spp), Archway Publishers | Simon & Schuster (monograph in press)

Forget, P-M, Böhning-Gaese, K, Gutenberg, J, Jordano, P, Lambert, JE, Traveset, A, Wright, J.  (2011) Frugivores and Seed Dispersal: Mechanisms and Consequences of a Key Interaction. Special Volume of Acta Oecologica, Elsevier Publishers

Forget, P-M, Lambert, JE, Hulme, P and Vander Wall, S (2005) Seed Fate: Predation, Dispersers and Seedling Establishment. CAB International Press (CABI), Oxfordshire, UK

Lambert, JE and Garber, PA (1998) Primate Seed Dispersal. Special Single-Topic Volume of the American Journal of Primatology, Wiley-Liss, Inc. Publishers: New York.

Lambert, JE (1997) Digestive strategies, fruit processing and seed dispersal in the chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius) of Kibale National Park, Uganda. ProQuest Publishers | University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 275 pp

Lambert, JE (1993) Age and size effects on male dominance among lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, 93 pp.

Articles & Book Chapters

Lambert, JE and Rothman JM. Variation in individual intake in generalist-specialist and obligate-facultative mammal species: implications for interpreting dietary niche breadth (manuscript in prep)

Lambert, JE. (nd) Absolute and relative impact of primates as seed dispersers: a paleotropical and neotropical community comparison with implications for ecological equivalence, International Journal of Primatology (manuscript in prep)

Lambert, J.E. and Rothman J.M.(nd) Energy, nutrients, and plasticity in Cercopithecinae digestive strategy (manuscript in prep)

Lambert, J.E. and Allen, R. Resilience among North American Carnivorans (Canis latrans, Procyon lotor) in anthropogenic landscapes (manuscript in prep)

Reisland, M.A. and Lambert, JE (nd) Behavioral response of Javan gibbons (Hylobates moloch) to human spiritual tourists in a sacred forest (in review)

Reisland, M.A. and Lambert, JE (nd)  An assessment of natural area management in a sacred forest in West Java, Indonesia (in review)

Reisland, M.A. and Lambert, JE (nd) Conflict, cooperation, and conservation: stakeholder relationships at Cagar Alam Leuweueng Sancang, a state-protected nature reserve and community-managed sacred forest in West Java, Indonesia (in review)

Ellwanger, A. and Lambert, J.E. (2018) Investigating Niche Construction: An Empirical Approach to Dynamic Human-Animal-Environment Landscapes.  International Journal of Primatology

Paine, O., Koppa A., Henry A., Leichliter, J., Codron D., Lambert., J.E., and Sponheimer, M. (2018) Grass leaves as potential dietary resources.  Journal of Human Evolution.

van der Heide, G and Lambert, J.E. (2018) How primates move seeds: movement ecology and dispersal kernels in an Afrotropical community. African Journal of Ecology.

Estrada A, Garber P, Heymann E, Lambert JE, Rovero F, Roos C, Fuentes A, Nijman V, Nakaris A, McKinnon K, Setchell J, Fernandez-Duque, Boyle S, Gillespie T, Barelli C, Di FIrore A, Arregoitia LV, Sussman R, Guinea M, Meyer A, Amato K, Wich S, Gouveia S, Brodorovski, Pan R, Li B, Kone I.  (2017) Impending collapse of the word’s primates: why primates matter.  Science Advances. Vol 3 (1): e1600946 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv/1600946

Lambert JE and Rothman JM. (2017) Nutritional and energetic correlates of cheek pouch use in Cercopithecinae. Journal of East African Natural History (Special Issue in Honor of Jonathan Kingdon) 104 (2).

Reisland MA, and Lambert JE (2017) Flexibility in Javan Gibbon (Hylobates moloch) response to human disturbance, In Ethnoprimatology: A Practical Guide to the Human-Nonhuman Primate Interface, Dore K., Riley, and Fuentes, A., Editors, Cambridge University Press

Lambert, J.E. (2017) Primate Diet. In Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, edited by Jennifer Vonk and Todd K. Shackelford, Springer Publishers.

Lambert, J.E. (2017) Primates in Ecological Communities In Trevathan, Wenda (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Biological Anthropology. John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Lambert, J.E. (2017) Multiple entries [Primate Community Ecology; Cercopithecine Cheek Pouches, Primate Frugivory; Omnivory] In Encyclopedia of Primatology, edited by Agustin Fuentes, Wiley Blackwell Publishers:

 

Lambert, J.E. (2016) Regeneration of Human Modified Landscapes and the Irony of Antipathy Toward Resilient Animal Species. EnviroSociety 19 January. 

Reisland, M.A. and Lambert, JE (2016) Sympatric apes in sacred forests: shared space and habitat use by humans and endangered Javan gibbons (Hylobates molochPLoS ONE 11(1): e0146891. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146891

Goldberg T, Angedakin S, Isabirye Basuta GM, Brown M, Butynski TM, Chapman CA, LJ Chapman, Gunter S, Kato I, Krief JM, Krief, S, Lambert JE, Langergraber KE, Mitani JM, Muller MN,  Nelson SV, Omeja P, Otali E, Potts KB, Ross EA, Rothman JM, Rowney C, Sande E, Struhsaker TT, Twinomugisha D, Watts DP, Weny G, Wrangham RW (2016) Remembering Jerry Lwanga: A Perspective from His Colleagues. International Journal of Primatology DOI 10.1007/s10764-015-9888-3

Beasley, D.E., Koltz, A.M, Lambert, J.E., Fierer, N., Dunn, R.R. (2015) The evolution of stomach acidity and its relevance to the health of the human microbiome. PLoS ONE 10(7): e0134116. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134116

Lambert, JE & Rothman, J (2015) Fallback foods, optimal diets, and nutritional targets: primate responses to varying food availability and quality, Annual Review of Anthropology 44: 493-512.

Bryer, M.A.H, Chapman, C.A., Raubenheimer, D., Lambert, J.E., Rothman, J.M. (2015) Macronutrient contributions of insects to redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius) diet in Uganda. International Journal of Primatology 38 (4): 839-854

 Beasley, D.E., Koltz, A.M., Lambert, J.E., Fierer, N., Dunn, R.R. (2015) The Evolution of Stomach Acidity and its Relevance to the Human Microbiome.  PLoS ONE. 10(7):e0134116. do:10.1371/journal.pone.0134116

Lambert, J.E., Hartstone-Rose, A., Fellner V., McKenney, E. (2014) Binturong (Arctictis binturong) and kinkajou (Potos flavus) digestive strategy: Implications for interpreting frugivory in Carnivora and Primates.  PLos ONE  9(8): e105415. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0105415

McKenney, E., Ashwell, M., Lambert, J.E., Fellner, V. (2014) Fecal microbial diversity and putative function in captive western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla), common chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), Hamadryas baboons (Papio hamadryas), and binturongs (Arctictis binturong).  Integrative Zoology (manuscript online: 18 SEP 2014 09:37AM EST | DOI: 10.1111/1749-4877.12112)

Lambert, JE (2014) Evolutionary biology of ape and monkey feeding and nutrition. In W. Henke, H. Rothe and Tattersall, I (eds): Handbook of Paleoanthropology, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, 2nd ed

Chapman CA, Bonnell, T, Gogarten JF, Lambert JE, Omeja PA, Twinomugisha D, WassermanMD, and Rothman JM (2013) Are primates ecosystem engineers?  International Journal of Primatology, 24 (1): 1 – 14

Lambert, JE (2013) Review of the Handbook of the Mammals of the World (Volume III: Primates) Conservation International and Lynx Publishers. Journal of Mammalogy 95 (4) 906-907.

Markl, J., Schleuning, M. Forget, P.M., Jordano, P., Lambert, J.E., Travaset, A., Wright, J. (2012) Impact of human disturbance on seed dispersal by animals: A meta-analysis. Conservation Biology 26 (6) 1072 – 1081.

Lambert, JE (2012) West African natural history and conservation, review of JF Oates, Primates of West Africa, Conservation International Press. Journal of Mammal Evolution 20: 277 – 278.

Chapman, C.A., Rothman, J., and Lambert, JE (2012) Food as a selective force in primates. In The Evolution of Primate Societies, J. Mitani, J. Call, P. Kappeler, R. Palombit, & J. Silk (Editors), University of Chicago, pp 149 – 168.

Blaine, K, and Lambert, J.E. (2012) Digestive ecology of Allenopithecus and Cercopithecus: interpreting the evolution of long retention times in Cercopithecinae. Integrative Zoology 7: 183 -191.

Lambert, JE (2012) Primates in communities: The ecology of competitive, predatory, parasitic, and mutualistic interactions between primates and other species. Nature | Nature Education 3 (5): 10.

Lambert, J.E, and Fellner, V (2012)  In vitro fermentation of dietary carbohydrates in African apes and monkeys: preliminary results on digestive and microbial strategy. International Journal of Primatology 33 (1): 263-281.

Forget, P-M, Jordano, P., Lambert, J.E., Böhning-Gaese, K., Traveset, A., Wright, J. (2011)  Frugivores and seed dispersal (1985-2010); the seeds dispersed, established and matured. Acta Oecologia 37 (6): 517 – 520.

Jordano, P., Forget, P-M., Lambert, J.E., Böhning-Gaese, K., Traveset, A. (2011) Frugivores and seed dispersal: mechanisms and consequences of a key interaction for biodiversity.  Biology Letters 7 (2): 321 – 323.

Lambert, JE (2011) Primate seed dispersers as umbrella species: a case study from Kibale National Park, Uganda, with implications for Afrotropical forest conservation. American Journal of Primatology 73 (1): 9 – 24.

Lambert, JE (2010) Primate nutritional ecology: feeding biology and diet at ecological and evolutionary scales. In: Primates in Perspective (Campbell C, Fuentes A, MacKinnon KC, Panger M, Bearder S, and Stumpf R, eds), 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, pp 512 – 522.

Lambert, JE (2010) Primate frugivory and seed dispersal: implications for conservation and the maintenance of biodiversity. Evolutionary Anthropology 19 (5): 165 – 166.

Lambert, JE (2009). Primate fallback strategies as adaptive phenotypic plasticity: scale, process, and pattern. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140: 759 – 766.

Vulinec, K. and Lambert, JE (2009) Neutral and niche perspectives and the role of primates as seed dispersers: a case study from Rio Paratari, Brazil. In South American Primates: Comparative Pers[ectives in the Study of Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation (Garber, PA, Estrada, A, Bicca-Marques, JC, Heymann, EW, and Strier KB, editors). Springer Publishers, Pp 321 – 340

Kone, I, Lambert, J.E., and Refische, J., Bakayoko, A (2008) Primate seed dispersal and its role in maintaining useful tree species in the Taï region, Côte-d’Ivoire: implications for the conservation of forest fragments. Journal of Tropical Conservation Science Vol 1(3): 293-306.

Rothman, JM, Chapman CA, Twinomugisha D, Wasserman, MD, and Lambert, JE. (2008) Measuring physical traits of primates remotely: the use of parallel lasers, American Journal of Primatology. 70 (1): 1 – 5.

Forget, P.M., Dennis, A.J., Jansen, P.A., Kitamura, S., Lambert, J.E., Mazer, S.J., and Westcott, D.A. (2007) Relation between seed allometry and frugivore size in tropical rain forests: a cross continental comparison. In: Frugivory and Seed Dispersal: theory and its application in a changing world, CAB International Press, Oxfordshire, UK.

Stoner, KE, Riba-Hernández, P, Vulinec, K, and Lambert, JE (2007) The role of mammals in creating and modifying seed shadows in tropical forests and some possible consequences of their elimination. Biotropica. 39 (3): 316-327.

Lambert, J.E. (2007) Primate nutritional ecology: feeding biology and diet at ecological and evolutionary scales. In: Primates in Perspective (Campbell C, Fuentes A, MacKinnon KC, Panger M, and Bearder S, eds), Oxford University Press.

Lambert, JE (2007) The biology and evolution of ape and monkey feeding. In W. Henke, H. Rothe and Tattersall, I (eds): Handbook of Paleoanthropology, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.

Lambert, J.E. (2007) Seasonality, fallback strategies, and natural selection: a chimpanzee versus cercopithecoid model for interpreting the evolution of hominin diet. In P. Ungar (ed): Evolution of Human Diet: The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable, University of Oxford Press, pp 324 – 343.

Lambert, JE (2007) Review of Feeding Ecology in Apes and Other Primates: Ecological, Physiological, and Behavioural Aspects., by G Hohmann, MM Robbins, and C Boesch (eds), Cambridge University Press. International Journal of Primatology I28: 1181-1183

Vulinec, K, Lambert, JE, Mellow, DJ. (2006) Primate and dung beetle communities in secondary growth rainforests: implications for conservation of seed dispersal systems. International Journal of Primatology 27 (3): 855 – 879.

Lambert, JE (2005) Primates lost and found: notes on the conservation of interspecific interactions. Physical Anthropology 6 (20): 2-3.

Chapman, CA, Struhsaker, TT, Lambert JE. (2005) Thirty years of research at Kibale National Park, Uganda, reveals a complex picture for conservation. International Journal of Primatology 26 (3): 539-556.

Lambert, JE, Chapman, CA. (2005) The fate of primate dispersed seeds: deposition pattern, dispersal distance, and implications for conservation. In: Forget, P-M. Lambert, JE, Hulme, P and Vander Wall, S. Seed Fate: Predation, Dispersal and Seedling Establishment. CABI Press, pp 137-150.

Vander Wall, SB, Forget P-M, Lambert, JE, and Hulme, PE. (2005) Seed fate pathways: filling the gap between parent and offspring. In: Forget, P-M. Lambert, JE, Hulme, P and Vander Wall, S. Seed Fate: Predation, Dispersal and Seedling Establishment. CABI Press, pp 1-8.

Lambert, JE (2005) Competition, predation and the evolution of the cercopithecine cheek pouch: the case of Cercopithecus and Lophocebus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 126: 183-192.

Lambert, JE, Chapman, CA, Wrangham RW, and Conklin-Brittain, NL. (2004) The hardness of mangabey and guenon foods: implications for the critical function of enamel thickness in exploiting fallback foods. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 125: 363-368.

Lambert, JE. (2003) The imperative of primate conservation. Physical Anthropology 4 (4): 4-6.

Lambert, JE. (2002) Resource switching in guenons: a community analysis of dietary flexibility. In M. Glenn and M. Cords (eds): The Guenons: Diversity and Adaptation in African Monkeys. Kluwer Academic Press, New York, pp. 303-317.

Lambert, JE. (2002) Digestive retention times in forest guenons with reference to chimpanzees International Journal of Primatology. 26(6): 1169-1185.

Lambert, JE. (2002) Exploring the link between animal frugivory and plant strategies: the case of primate fruit-processing and post-dispersal seed fate. In D. J. Levey, W. R. Silva and M. Galetti (eds): Frugivory and Seed dispersal and frugivory: ecology, evolution and conservation. CABI Publishing: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK., pp 365-379.

Lambert, JE. (2002) A case study of primate dietary flexibility and resource switching from Kibale National Park, Uganda. In: Proceedings of the XVIIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society: Primates in the New Millennium, Adelaide, Australia.

Chapman, CA, Chapman, LJ, Gautier-Hion A, Lambert, JE, Rode, K, Tutin, CEG, and White, LJT. (2002) Variation in the diet of Cercopithecus monkeys: differences within forests, among forests, and across species. In M. Glenn and M. Cords (eds): The Guenons: Diversity and Adaptation in African Monkeys. Kluwer Academic Press, New York, pp. 319-344.

Kaplin, BA and Lambert, JE. (2002) A review of seed dispersal effectiveness by Cercopithecus monkeys: Implications for seed input into degraded areas. In D. J. Levey, W. R. Silva and M. Galetti (eds): Frugivory and Seed dispersal and frugivory: ecology, evolution and conservation. CABI Publishing: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK.

Lambert, JE and Kaplin, BA (2001) New Horizons in the ecology of primate seed dispersal. Evolutionary Anthropology 10: 77 – 78.

Lambert, JE and Whitham J. JE (2001) Cheek pouch use in Papio cynocephalus.   Folia Primatologica 72: 89 – 91

Lambert, JE (2001) Red-tailed guenons (Cercopithecus ascanius) and Strychnos mitis: Evidence for plant benefits beyond seed dispersal. International Journal of Primatology. 22(2): 189-201.

Lambert, JE (2001) Review of Primate Communities by JF Fleagle, C Janson, KE Reed (Eds), Cambridge University Press. Animal Behaviour. 61: 265-266.

Lambert, JE (2000) Urine drinking in wild Cercopithecus ascanius: evidence of nitrogen balancing? African Journal of Ecology. 389(4): 360-363.

Chapman, CA and Lambert JE (2000) Habitat alteration and the conservation of African primates: a case study of the Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Primatology. 50: 169-85.

Lambert, JE (2000) Review of Lucy’s Legacy: Sex and Intelligence in Human Evolution by A Jolly. Harvard University Press. American Scientist. 88: 182 – 183

Lambert, JE (1999) Primate color vision research. Evolutionary Anthropology. 8:39-41.

Lambert, JE (1999) Seed handling in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius): implications for understanding hominoid and cercopithecine fruit processing strategies and seed dispersal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 109: 365-386.

Lambert, JE (1999) Review of Foraging for Survival: Yearling Baboons in Africa by SA Altmann, The University of Chicago Press: Chicago. American Scientist. 87:185.

Lambert, JE (1999) Primate Behavior & Ecology. AfricaQuest. Classroom Connect, Inc.

Lambert, JE (1999) Understanding Evolution and Natural Selection. GalapagosQuest Classroom Connect, Inc.

Lambert, JE (1998) Secondary metabolites in Pentaclethra macroloba: A dominant canopy species fed on by mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in northeastern Costa Rica. Brenesia. 49/50: 103-108.

Lambert, JE (1998) Primate digestion: interactions among anatomy, physiology, and feeding ecology. Evolutionary Anthropology. 7(1): 8-20.

Lambert, JE (1998) Primate frugivory in Kibale National Park, Uganda, and its implications for human use of forest resources. African Journal of Ecology. 36:234-240.

Lambert, JE, Chapman, CA, and Chapman LJ (1998) The status of red colobus populations in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Bulletin of the American Society of Primatologists. 22(3): 10-11.

Lambert, JE and Garber, PA (1998) Evolutionary and ecological implications of primate seed dispersal. American Journal of Primatology. 45(1): 9-28

Garber, PA and Lambert, JE (1998) Primates as Seed Dispersers: Ecological Processes and Directions for Future Research. American Journal of Primatology. 45(1): 3-8

Lambert, JE (1998) Careers in primatology: A Zoology Perspective.   Invited submission to the Primate Information Network, World Wide Web site of the Wisconsin Primate Research Center (http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/careers/lambert.html

Larsen, CS and Lambert, JE (1995) Stillwater human tooth size. In: CS Larsen and RL Kelly (eds.): Bioarchaeology of the Stillwater marsh: prehistoric human adaptation in the western Great Basin. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History. (77), pp. 146-152

Gebo, DL, Chapman, CA, Chapman, LJ, and Lambert, JE (1994) Locomotor response to predator threat in red colobus monkeys. Primates, 35(2): 219- 223.

Lambert, JE (1993) Sexual differences in the feeding behavior of mantled howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata). In N Greig and JG Blake (eds.): Tropical Biology: an Ecological Approach. Organization for Tropical Studies, Inc.: Durham, North Carolina, pp. 138-142.

Larsen, CS, Barber, B, Brandon, J, Brown, W, Clebanoff, J, Enwia, P, Klokkenga, K, Lambert, JE, Lin, M, McAndrews, J, Swendsen, DR, and Teteak, C (1989) Human Remains from the Seven Mile Bend Site, Bryan County, Georgia. F.C. Cook, Brunswick, Georgia, 55 pp.

Lambert, JE, and Teteak, C A (1988) report on the human skeletal remains recovered from the Seven Mile Bend Site (Burial 10; 9BRY7-10), Reports of the Northern Illinois University Laboratory of Skeletal Biology.

Peer-Reviewed Published Abstracts

Lyke, M., Di Fiore, A., and Lambert, J.E. (2014) Landscape ecology of fruiting trees in Kibale National Park, Uganda: Effects of logging history and implications for tree population genetics and primate seed dispersal, American Journal of Phyical Anthropology, suppl 158 (S58): 36

Markl, J., Schleuning, M. Forget, P.-M., Jordano, P., Lambert, J.E., Travaset, A., Wright, J. (2013) Size matters: Meta-analysis of the effects of human disturbance on seed dispersal by animals Abstracts of the 98th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN.

Reisland, M. A., and Lambert, J.E. (2013) Conservation in a sacred forest: assessing the use and management of the sacred forest Cagar Alam Leuweng Sancang, Indonesia, as an example of a successful community based conservation project.   Abstracts from the 112th Annual Meeting of the Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL.

Hurst, A.L., Lambert, J.E., Adams, D.B. (2013) Feeding ecology of Gray’s bald-faced saki monkey (Pithecia irrorata) during a single dry season in southeaster Peru. American Journal of Phyical Anthropology (suppl), 150 (S56): 155.

Reisland, M. A., and Lambert, J.E. (2013) Share space in a sacred forest: habitat use by humans and Javan gibbons (Hylobates moloch). American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl), 150 (S56): 231

Lambert, J.E. and Rothman J (2012) Nutritional and energetic correlates of cheek pouch use in Cercopithecinae: Implications for interpreting the role of feeding competition in the natural selection of diet-related morphology. American Journal of Phyical Anthropology (Suppl) vol 53 (1): 188.

Reisland, M. and Lambert, J.E. (2012) Conservation in a sacred forest: An integrated approach for assessing the long-term conservation potential Javan Gibbons (Hylobates moloch) in a human-impacted forest. American Journal of Phyical Anthropology (Suppl) vol 53 (1): 247.

Lambert, J.E., Hartstone-Rose, A., Fellner, V., McKenney, E., and Bovard, B.N. (2011) How to be a frugivore: fruit, carbohydrates, and digestive physiology among Primates and Carnivora. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl) 71 (1): 72 – 73.

McKenney, E., O’Nan, A., McLeod, S. J., Ashwell, M., Lambert J.E., V. Fellner. (2011) Microbial fermentation and ecology in Primate and Carnivore species. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual NC State University Graduate Student Research Symposium (p 8). Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University.

McKenney, E., Ashwell, M., Lambert, J.E., Fellner, V. (2011). A comparison of the gastrointestinal microbiota associated with primate and carnivore species. Proceedings of the 125th Sigma  Xi Annual Meeting and International Research Conference, November 11-13, p 157.

Lambert, J.E., Hartstone-Rose, A., Fellner V., Bovard, B., and McKenney, E. (2010). Frugivory and digestive physiology in arboreal, tropical Carnivora (Arctictis binturong, Potos flavus). Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal, Le Corum/Montpellier, France CEFE-CNRS, p 35.

Jacka, J.K., and Lambert, J.E. (2010) Impact of gold mining on seed dispersal and extractive resources in a Papua New Guinea rainforest. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal, Le Corum/Montpellier, France CEFE-CNRS, p 66.

McKenney, E., Fellner, V., Ashwell, M., Lambert, J.E., McLeod, S., and O’Nan, A. (2010). The effect of diet on fermentation and microbial strategies in primate and carnivore species. Proceedings of the Sixth Crissey Zoological Nutrition Symposium, Raleigh, NC: Environmental Medical Consortium, pp 41 – 42.

Lambert, JE, Hartstone-Rose A, Fellner V, McKenney (2010) Digestive physiology and use of carbohydrates by arboreal, frugivorous Carnivora (Arctictis binturong, Potos flavus): a test of convergent evolution with the primate pattern American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 141 (suppl. 50): 150 – 151.

Lambert J.E. (2008) A case study of African primate, bird, and plant interactions: implications for the utility of primates in conservation strategy. Proc of the Association of Tropical Biology & Conservation (ATBC), p 193.

Lambert, J.E, and Fellner, V (2008) In Vitro Fermentation of Dietary Carbohydrates in African Monkeys and Apes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl), 46: 76-77.

Lambert, J.E. (2007) Plasticity in gut function and its implications for understanding species coexistence and evolution of Cercopithecinae dietary niches. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl), 45: 89.

Lambert, J.E., and Chapman, C.A. (2006) The importance of scale and intraspecific variability in feeding and nutrition Proceedings of the International Primatological Society, Entebbe, Uganda.

Lambert, J.E. (2006) From fungus to human resource use: the conservation implications of primates as seed dispersers, Proceedings of the European Society of Tropical Biology, Kaiserslautern, Germany, p 39.

Forget, P.M, Heymann, E., and Lambert, J.E. (2006) Primate-plant interactions. Proceedings of the European Society of Tropical Biology, Kaiserslautern, Germany, p 20.

Lambert, J.E. (2005) Fruit removal: the relative role of primates in the frugivore community of Kibale National Park, Uganda. Frugivores and Seed Dispersal Program of Abstracts, Brisbane, Australia.

Lambert, J.E. (2005) Digestion, cheek pouches, and mechanisms of species coexistence: an evaluation of the cercopithecine nutritional niche. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl) 41: 134.

Lambert, JE (2004) How primates eat: an analysis of food handling and processing in a community of African cercopithecoids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl) 40: 140.

Chapman, CA, Struhsaker, TT, Lambert, JE (2003) Thirty years of research at Kibale National Park, Uganda, reveals a complex picture for conservation. American Journal of Primatology (suppl) 58 (1): 37.

Lambert, J.E. (2005) The ecomorphology of anterior dentition: an analysis of food handling and processing in a community of African cercopithecoids. American Journal of Primatology 66(1): 136.

Lambert, JE (2003) Communities of frugivores and seed dispersal: the relative role of anthropoids American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 36: 134-135.

Lambert, JE (2002) Primate species coexistence: does dietary overlap imply feeding competition? American Anthropological Association Program of Abstracts, Louisiana.

Vulinek, K and Lambert, JE (2002) Deforestation, secondary growth, and seed dispersers in tropical forests: effects at the community level. Biotropica.

Lambert, JE (2001) Mechanisms of species coexistence in a community of catarrhines: resource switching and dietary flexibility. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 32: 94-95

Lambert, JE. Chapman C.A., Tutin C.E.G., Gautier-Hion A., Chapman L.J., White L.J.T., and Rode K (2001) Variation in the Diet of Cercopithecus Monkeys: Differences Within Forests, Among Forests, and Across Species. Proceedings and Abstracts of the XIXth Congress of the International Primatological Society, Adelaide, Australia.

Lambert, JE (2001) Guenon dietary flexibility and resource switching. In: Proceedings and Abstracts of the XIXth Congress of the International Primatological Society, Adelaide, Australia.

Lambert, JE (2000) The fate of seeds dispersed by African apes and cercopithecines. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 30: 204.

Lambert, JE (1999) Towards an understanding of feeding competition and the evolution of the dietary niche in African forest cercopithecoids. American Anthropological Association Program of Abstracts, Illinois.

Whitham, J and Lambert, JE (1999) Cheek pouch use in Papio cynocephalus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 28: 277.

Lambert, JE (1998) A field investigation into the behavioral and food processing function of the cercopithecine cheek pouch. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 25: 145-146.

Lambert, JE (1997) Fruit-processing in apes and monkeys: a case study from Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 24: 150.

Lambert, JE, Chapman, CA, Wrangham RW, Conklin-Brittain, NL (1999) The hardness of cercopithecine foods: implications for the critical function of enamel thickness in exploiting fallback foods. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 28: 178.

Lambert, JE (1996) Ecological distinctions between monkeys and apes: a case study from Kibale Forest, Uganda. American Anthropological Association Program of Abstracts, Oakland, CA.

Lambert, JE and Garber, PA (1996) Evolutionary and ecological implications of primate seed dispersal. Proceedings and Abstracts of the XVIth Congress of the International Primatological Society and the XIXth Conference of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison WI.

Lambert, JE (1996) Gut passage rate in Cercopithecus monkeys: the influence of body size and implications for seed dispersal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 22:144-145.

Lambert, JE (1995) Redtail monkeys and Strychnos mitis: a plant-animal interaction in the Kibale Forest, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 35: 32.

Lambert, JE (1995) Feeding behavior of common chimpanzees and redtail monkeys: seed dispersal in the Kibale Forest, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (suppl.) 20: 128.