Lambert, M. R., Nielsen, S. N., Wright, A. N., Thomson, R. C., and H. B. Shaffer. 2013. Habitat features determine the basking distribution of introduced red-eared sliders and native western pond turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 12: 192-199.
Lambert, M. R., Yasuda, C. M., and B. D. Todd. 2013. Ontogenetic shift in habitat use in the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis) in northern California. Herpetological Review: 579-582.
Lambert, M. R., Yasuda, C. M., and B. D. Todd. 2012. Estimating snout-vent length (SVL) in lizards using image analysis. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 7: 83-88.
Lambert, M. R. and C. M. Donihue. In Prep. Adaptive Evolution in Urban Ecosystems.
Lambert, M. R., Giller, G. S. J., Barber, L. B., Fitzgerald, K. C., and D. K. Skelly. In Prep. Suburbanization, estrogen contamination, and sex ratio in wild amphibian populations.
Lambert, M. R., Skelly, D. K., and R. G. Bribiescas. In Prep. Suburbanization induces both male-biased and female-biased variability in estrogen concentrations among metamorphosing frog populations along a suburban-rural gradient.
Giller, G. S. J., Lambert, M. R., Skelly, D. K., and L. B. Barber. In Prep. Trace elements patterns from surface and ground waters across a forested – suburban landscape.
Screen, R., McKenzie, J., Lambert, M. R., Clause, A. G., Johnson, B. B., Mount, G. G., Pauly, G. B., and H. B. Shaffer. In Prep. Experimental removal of invasive red-eared sliders (Trachemys scripta elegans) induced a shift in habitat use by native western pond turtles (Emys marmorata).
Ambystoma maculatum and Ambystoma opacum at the Yale Preserve.
Red-belled newt (Taricha rivularis) in Montgomery Woods, CA.
Chrysemys picta picta at the Yale Preserve.