HADLY LAB
Biology, Stanford University

Banner image from 2012 lab camping trip
Luke Science figure

Evolutionarily distinct birds are extirpated most rapidly from agriculture, while younger species benefit. Nevertheless not all agriculture is created equal... (Read the article in Science and the corresponding Stanford News Report).

California storymap

A group of Stanford undergraduates, led by Liz, Alexis, and Melissa, have released their Story Map, which depicts the human dimensions of environmental change in California. The Story Map has also been highlighted by the Office of Governor Jerry Brown... (...read more...)

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)

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)

<back to top>
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