Melissa Kemp, Ph.D.

2018- Assistant Professor University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
"Melissa Kemp"


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Elizabeth A Hadly grad student 2010-2015 Stanford
Jonathan Losos post-doc 2015-2018 Harvard


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David Ledesma grad student 2018- UT Austin
Molly Moroz grad student 2018- UT Austin
Illiam S. C. Jackson post-doc 2019- UT Austin
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Kemp ME. (2023) Defaunation and species introductions alter long-term functional trait diversity in insular reptiles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2201944119
Mohammed RS, Turner G, Fowler K, et al. (2022) Colonial Legacies Influence Biodiversity Lessons: How Past Trade Routes and Power Dynamics Shape Present-Day Scientific Research and Professional Opportunities for Caribbean Scientists. The American Naturalist. 200: 140-155
Ledesma DT, Ayala A, Kemp ME. (2022) Morphometric analyses of the vertebrae of Ambystoma (Tschudi, 1838) and the implications for identification of fossil salamanders. Journal of Morphology
Moroz M, Jackson ISC, Ramirez D, et al. (2021) Divergent morphological responses to millennia of climate change in two species of bats from Hall's Cave, Texas, USA. Peerj. 9: e10856
Dávalos LM, Austin RM, Balisi MA, et al. (2020) Pandemics' historical role in creating inequality. Science (New York, N.Y.). 368: 1322-1323
Kemp ME, Mychajliw AM, Wadman J, et al. (2020) 7000 years of turnover: historical contingency and human niche construction shape the Caribbean's Anthropocene biota. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20200447
Barnosky AD, Hadly EA, Gonzalez P, et al. (2017) Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems. Science (New York, N.Y.). 355
Kemp ME, Hadly EA. (2016) Early Holocene turnover, followed by Stability, in a Caribbean lizard assemblage Quaternary Research. 85: 255-261
Mychajliw AM, Kemp ME, Hadly EA. (2015) Using the Anthropocene as a teaching, communication and community engagement opportunity The Anthropocene Review. 2: 267-278
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