ecologist and photograper

Publications

List of publications.

Research Publications

Nguyen, N., et al. (with Kerby, J.) (2017) Comparative primate obstetrics: Observations of 15 diurnal births in wild gelada monkeys (Theropithecus gelada) and their implications for understanding human and non-human primate birth evolution.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1-16.

Post, E., Kerby, J., Pedersen, C., Steltzer, H (2016) Highly individualistic rates of plant phenological response associated arctic sea ice dynamics. Biology Letters, 12.

Venkataraman, V. Kerby, J., Fashing, P., Nguyen, N., Ashenafi, Z. (2015) Solitary wolves increase predation success upon rodents when among grazing monkey herds. Journal of Mammalogy, 96(1), 129-137.

Nguyen, N., et al. (with Kerby, J.) (2015) Fitness impacts of tapeworm parasitism on wild gelada monkeys at Guassa, Ethiopia.  American Journal of Primatology.

Fashing, P., Nguyen, N., Venkataraman, V., Kerby, J. (2014) Gelada feeding ecology in an intact ecosystem at Guassa, Ethiopia: variability over time and implications for theropith and hominin dietary evolution.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 155(1), 1-16.

Kerby, J. & Post, E. (2013) Advancing plant phenology and reduced herbivore production in a terrestrial system associated with sea ice decline. Nature Communications, 4, 2514.

Post, E., Bhatt, U., Bitz, C., Brodie, J., Fulton, T., Hebblewhite, M., Kerby, J, Kutz, S., Stirling, I., Walker, D. (2013) Ecological consequences of sea-ice decline. Science, 341, 519-524. 

Kerby, J. & Post, E. (2013) Capital and income breeding traits differentiate trophic match-mismatch dynamics in large herbivores.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B., 386,1624.   

Kerby, J.  & Post, E. (2013). Reproductive phenology of large mammals.  In: Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, ed: Schwartz, M. D.

Kerby, J., Wilmers, C., Post, E.  (2012) Climate change, phenology, and the nature of consumer-resource interactions: Advancing the Match/Mismatch Hypothesis. Trait Mediated Indirect Interactions, Cambridge University Press, eds: Ohgushi, T., Schmitz, O., Holt. R.

Olson, K., Mueller, T., Kerby, J., Bolortsetseg, S., Leimgruber, P., Nicolson, C., Fuller, T.  (2011) Death by a thousand huts: Effects of household presence on density and distribution of Mongolian Gazelles.  Conservation Letters, 4, 304-312.

Fashing, P., Nguyen, N., Barry, T., Goodale, C., Burke, R., Jones, S., Kerby, J., Lee, L., Nurmi, N., Venkataraman, V. (2010) Death among geladas (Theropithecus gelada): A broader perspective on mummified infants and primate thanatology.  American Journal of Primatology, 73, 405-409.