Dr. Olivier Lambert

Vertebrate palaeontologist
Olivier Lambert
Contact
Phone:
+32 (0)2 627 44 97
Fax:
+32 2 627 41 13
Key Publications
C. Di Celma, Malinverno, E. , Bosio, G. , Collareta, A. , Gariboldi, K. , Gioncada, A. , Molli, G. , Basso, D. , Varas-Malca, R. , Pierantoni, P. Paolo, Villa, I. , Lambert, O. , Landini, W. , Sarti, G. , Cantalamessa, G. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , Sequence stratigraphy and palaeontology of the upper Miocene Pisco Formation along the western side of the lower Ica Valley (Ica Desert, Peru), Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Bd. 123, S. 255-273, 2017.
O. Lambert, Martinez-Caceres, M. , Bianucci, G. , Di Celma, C. , Salas-Gismondi, R. , Steurbaut, E. , Urbina, M. , und de Muizon, C. , Earliest Mysticete from the Late Eocene of Peru Sheds New Light on the Origin of Baleen whales., Current Biology, Bd. 27, S. 1535-1541 e1-e2, 2017.
F. Marx, Collareta, A. , Gioncada, A. , Post, K. , Lambert, O. , Bonaccorsi, E. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , How whales used to filter: exceptionally preserved baleen in a Miocene cetotheriid, Journal of Anatomy, 2017.
A. Collareta, Lambert, O. , Landini, W. , Di Celma, C. , Malinverno, E. , Varas-Malca, R. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , Did the giant extinct shark Carcharocles megalodon target small prey? Bite marks on marine mammal remains from the late Miocene of Peru, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Bd. 469, S. 84-91, 2017.
Professional experiences

01/01/2012 > ongoing: Researcher

Department of Paleontology, RBINS

01/01/2010 > 31/12/2011: Researcher

Department of Earth History, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France

01/02/2006 > 31/12/2009: Researcher

Department of Paleontology, RBINS

01/10/2005 > 28/02/2006: Scientific adviser

RBINS, Exhibitions Service

Scientific adviser for the Evolution Gallery, Exhibitions Service

Academic training

01/09/2000 > 30/06/2005: Ph.D. in sciences

Université Libre de Bruxelles

01/09/1996 > 30/09/2000: Degree in geological sciences

Université Catholique de Louvain

2017

C. Di Celma, Malinverno, E. , Bosio, G. , Collareta, A. , Gariboldi, K. , Gioncada, A. , Molli, G. , Basso, D. , Varas-Malca, R. , Pierantoni, P. Paolo, Villa, I. , Lambert, O. , Landini, W. , Sarti, G. , Cantalamessa, G. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , Sequence stratigraphy and palaeontology of the upper Miocene Pisco Formation along the western side of the lower Ica Valley (Ica Desert, Peru), Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Bd. 123, S. 255-273, 2017.
O. Lambert, Martinez-Caceres, M. , Bianucci, G. , Di Celma, C. , Salas-Gismondi, R. , Steurbaut, E. , Urbina, M. , und de Muizon, C. , Earliest Mysticete from the Late Eocene of Peru Sheds New Light on the Origin of Baleen whales., Current Biology, Bd. 27, S. 1535-1541 e1-e2, 2017.
F. Marx, Collareta, A. , Gioncada, A. , Post, K. , Lambert, O. , Bonaccorsi, E. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , How whales used to filter: exceptionally preserved baleen in a Miocene cetotheriid, Journal of Anatomy, 2017.
A. Collareta, Lambert, O. , Landini, W. , Di Celma, C. , Malinverno, E. , Varas-Malca, R. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , Did the giant extinct shark Carcharocles megalodon target small prey? Bite marks on marine mammal remains from the late Miocene of Peru, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Bd. 469, S. 84-91, 2017.
O. Lambert, Bianucci, G. , Urbina, M. , und Geisler, J. , A new inioid (Cetacea, Odontoceti, Delphinida) from the Miocene of Peru and the origin of modern dolphin and porpoise families, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Bd. 179, S. 919-946, 2017.

2016

F. Marx, Lambert, O. , und Uhen, M. , Cetacean paleobiology. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, 2016.
O. Lambert, Bianucci, G. , und de Muizon, C. , Macroraptorial sperm whales (Cetacea, Odontoceti, Physeteroidea) from the Miocene of Peru, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2016.
G. Bianucci, Collareta, A. , Post, K. , Varola, A. , und Lambert, O. , A new record of Messapicetus from the Pietra leccese (late Miocene, southern Italy): antitropical distribution in a fossil beaked whale (Cetacea, Ziphiidae), Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Bd. 122, S. 63-74, 2016.
A. Gioncada, Collareta, A. , Gariboldi, K. , Lambert, O. , Di Celma, C. , Bonaccorsi, E. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , Inside baleen: Exceptional microstructure preservation in a late Miocene whale skeleton from Peru, Geology, 2016.
G. Bianucci, Di Celma, C. , Collareta, A. , Landini, W. , Post, K. , Tinelli, C. , de Muizon, C. , Bosio, G. , Gariboldi, K. , Gioncada, A. , Malinverno, E. , Cantalamessa, G. , Altamirano-Sierra, A. , Salas-Gismondi, R. , Urbina, M. , und Lambert, O. , Fossil marine vertebrates of Cerro Los Quesos: Distribution of cetaceans, seals, crocodiles, seabirds, sharks, and bony fish in a late Miocene locality of the Pisco Basin, Peru, Journal of Maps, 2016.
O. Lambert, Evolution: Fossil ears and underwater sonar, Current Biology, Bd. 26, S. R758-760, 2016.

2015

O. Lambert, de Muizon, C. , Urbina, M. , Beatty, B. , Di Celma, C. , und Bianucci, G. , Physeteroids from the Miocene of Peru: new data on Acrophyseter and Livyatan support macroraptorial feeding in several extinct sperm whales, in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2015, S. 159A-160A.
G. Bianucci, Urbina, M. , und Lambert, O. , A new record of Notocetus vanbenedeni (Squalodelphinidae, Odontoceti, Cetacea) from the early Miocene of Peru, Comptes Rendus Palevol, Bd. 14, S. 5-13, 2015.
O. Lambert, Collareta, A. , Landini, W. , Post, K. , Ramassamy, B. , Di Celma, C. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , No deep diving: evidence of predation on epipelagic fish for a stem beaked whale from the late Miocene of Peru, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2015.
O. Lambert, de Muizon, C. , und Bianucci, G. , A new archaic homodont toothed whale (Mammalia, Cetacea, Odontoceti) from the early Miocene of Peru, Geodiversitas, Bd. 37, S. 79-108, 2015.
A. Collareta, Landini, W. , Lambert, O. , Post, K. , Tinelli, C. , Di Celma, C. , Panetta, D. , Tripodi, M. , Salvadori, P. , Caramella, D. , Marchi, D. , Urbina, M. , und Bianucci, G. , Piscivory in a Miocene Cetotheriidae of Peru: first record of fossilized stomach content for an extinct baleen-bearing whale, The Science of Nature, Bd. 102, S. 1-12, 2015.
W. Colpaert, Bosselaers, M. , und Lambert, O. , Out of the Pacific: a second fossil porpoise from the Pliocene of the North Sea Basin, Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Bd. 60, S. 1-10, 2015.
G. Bianucci, Di Celma, C. , Landini, W. , Post, K. , Tinelli, C. , de Muizon, C. , Gariboldi, K. , Malinverno, E. , Cantalamessa, G. , Gioncada, A. , Collareta, A. , Salas-Gismondi, R. , Varas-Malca, R. , Urbina, M. , und Lambert, O. , Distribution of fossil marine vertebrates in Cerro Colorado, the type locality of the giant raptorial sperm whale Livyatan melvillei (Miocene, Pisco Formation, Peru), Journal of Maps, 2015.

2014

H. Jan van Vliet, Lambert, O. , Bosselaers, M. , Schulp, A. , und Jagt, J. , A new record of a Paleogene cetacean (Basilosauridae, aff. Basilotritus) from the St. Pietersberg, Maastricht, Southeast Netherlands, in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2014, S. 246A.
O. Lambert, Bianucci, G. , und Beatty, B. , Bony outgrowths on the jaws of an extinct sperm whale support macroraptorial feeding in several stem physeteroids, Naturwissenschaften, Bd. 101, S. 517-521, 2014.
O. Lambert, Bianucci, G. , und Urbina, M. , Huaridelphis raimondii, a new early Miocene Squalodelphinidae (Cetacea, Odontoceti) from the Chilcatay Formation, Peru, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Bd. 34, S. 987-1004, 2014.

2013

01/11/2015 bis 31/10/2018

The Oldest and the Rarest

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01/09/2014 bis 01/09/2018

Neogene seals from the northern hemisphere

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01/01/2012 bis 31/12/2013

Fossil sperm whales and their prey: evolution of Physeteroid feeding strategies

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