Sally A. Lahm, PhD

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine

Contact Information

Phone: 716-684-8060 x2754
Fax: 716-684-0844

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Selected Publications

  • Malevolent wind or sorcerer’s revenge? Ebola haemorrhagic fever, humans and wildlife in Central Africa. In: People, Health and Forests, Carol J. Pierce Colfer, ed., Bogor, Indonesia: CIFOR, in press.
  • Barbara M. Croes, William F. Laurance, Landry Tchignoumba, Sally A. Lahm, Alfonso Alonso, Michelle Lee, Patrick Campbell, and Claude Ondzeano. The influence of hunting on anti-predator behavior in Central African monkeys and duikers. Biotropica, 2007; 39 (2), 257–263.
  • Jonathan Kingdon and Sally A. Lahm. The yellow-backed duiker, Cephalophus silvicultor. In: Mammals of Africa; Jonathan Kingdon, Thomas Butynski and David Happold, eds., London: Academic Press, in press.
  • Lahm SA, Kombila M, Swanepoel R, Barnes RF. Morbidity and mortality of wild animals in relation to outbreaks of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Gabon, 1994-2003. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2007; 101(1):64-78.
  • Laurance WE, Croes BM, Tchignoumba L, Lahm SA, Alonso A, Lee ME, Campbell P, Ondzeano C. Impacts of roads and hunting on Central African rainforest mammals. Conserv Biol. 2006; 20(4):1251-61.
  • Sally A. Lahm  and Jean-Pierre Tezi. Assessment of the communities of medium-sized and large arboreal and terrestrial mammals in the Rabi/Toucan region of the Ngové-Ndogo hunting domain and southwestern Loango National Park. In: Gamba, Gabon: Biodiversity of an Equatorial African Forest, Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. 2006, pp. 383-417.
  • Walsh PD, Henschel P, Tutin CEG, Telfer P, Lahm SA, Abernethy KA. Logging accelerates little red fire ant invasion of Africa. Biotropica. 2005; 36(4):79-82.
  • Walsh PD, Abernethy KA, Bermejo M, Beyers R, De Wachter P, Akou ME, Huijbregts B, Mambounga DI, Toham AK, Kilbourn AM, Lahm SA, Latour S, Maisels F, Mbina C, Mihindou Y, Obiang SN, Effa EN, Starkey MP, Telfer P, Thibault M, Tutin CE, White LJ, Wilkie DS. Catastrophic ape decline in western equatorial Africa. Nature. 2003; 422:611-14.
  • L’Orpaillage au Nord-est du Gabon. Historique et Analyse Socio-Ecologique. (Gold Panning in northeastern Gabon. History and Socio-ecological Analysis). Libreville, Gabon: Multipress Gabon, 2002.
  • Lahm SA, Barnes RFW, Beardsley K, Cervinka P. A method for censusing the greater white-nosed monkey in northeastern Gabon using the population density gradient in relation to roads. J Trop Ecology. 1998; 14(5):629-645.

revised: 2007.11.23