HADLY LAB
Biology, Stanford University

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About the Hadly Lab

The members of the Hadly lab are involved in a wide variety of research projects, but they all share a common interest: What determines and maintains vertebrate diversity through space and time? How is that diversity influenced by the environment? Temporal variation spans hundreds to millions of years. Elevational, latitudinal, thermal and other environmental gradients are of particular interest, scaling from local to global. Our lab includes work in North America, Patagonia, India, Central America, Nepal and Caribbean. We use phylochronology (population genetics through space and time), phylogeography, population genetics, morphology, field monitoring of life history traits, behavior, isotopes, GIS and remote sensing data. We are particularly keen to ascertain ecological and evolutionary responses of vertebrates (from amphibians to mammals) to environments of the Holocene (the past 10,000 years).

Contacting the lab

Mailing address: Hadly Lab, Department of Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5020
Lab phone: 650.498.4995, Dr. Hadly's office: 650.725.2655
Email: see people's page for lab members' emails. For technical information regards to our website, contact the webmaster.

Directions to our lab

Dr. Hadly's office is located in Herrin Labs 280, a building adjacent to Gilbert Hall and Herrin Hall. Her lab rooms are located in Herrin Hall (teaching labs): T242, T232, T222, and T260, see diagram on right. Lab meetings are usually held in Herrin Hall T242 or, when large, they are held in Herrin Labs 294. Our facilities page contains more information about our lab rooms.

map of Hadly lab rooms

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Hadly Lab, Department of Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5020
ph. 650.725.2655 | fax. 650.723.6132 | e-mail: hadly@stanford.edu | contact the webmaster