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Banner image from 2012 lab camping trip
Liz and Hannah awarded Environmental Venture Project

The Woods Institute for the Environment has awarded an Environmental Venture Project seed grant to Liz and Hannah on their project to examine zoonotic disease risks and immunological adaptations in bats... (Read more)

figure from Bay et al 2013

"Tigers (Panthera tigris), like many large carnivores, are threatened by anthropogenic impacts, primarily habitat loss and poaching..."
(Read this paper and the corresponding article from the Stanford News Report, and see other Hadly Lab publications)

Predicting biodiversity change

"The mark of humanity on the biosphere is now so widespread and profound that many consider Earth to have entered a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene. This new epoch has brought an explosion of countryside ecosystems—arenas..." (Read this paper in Nature and the corresponding article from the Stanford News Report)

Katie in the Himalayas

I spent last September and October in the Himalayas of Himachal Pradesh, India. This was my third field season and definitely the most productive. My amazing field assistant, Ania Wrona, and I spent 6 weeks in and around the villages of Kaza and Kibber in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh. We trapped and sampled pikas... (... more)

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