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Banner image from 2012 lab camping trip
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)

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)

Melissa, Ariel, and Jeremy at SVP 2013

Members of the Hadly Lab recently attended the meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology at Los Angeles, with Liz, Melissa, Jeremy, Ariel, and Zixiang there. We had a great time presenting our work, catching up with friends and collaborators, and hearing about great science! (Read more)

Gov. Jerry Brown discussing Earth’s tipping point with UC Berkeley professor Tony Barnosky at the WEST Summit 2013 - UC Berkeley News Center

"Responding to a challenge by California Gov. Jerry Brown, more than 500 of the world’s top global change scientists have outlined the main environmental issues – from climate change to pollution and population growth – that policy makers must address immediately to avoid an approaching global tipping point". (Read more: 1, 2, 3, 4)

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