Melissa E. Kemp
Melissa E. Kemp
Assistant Professor, Department of Integrative Biology, The University of Texas at Austin
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Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems
AD Barnosky, EA Hadly, P Gonzalez, J Head, PD Polly, AM Lawing, ...
Science 355 (6325), eaah4787, 2017
7000 years of turnover: historical contingency and human niche construction shape the Caribbean's Anthropocene biota
ME Kemp, AM Mychajliw, J Wadman, A Goldberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1927), 20200447, 2020
Extinction biases in Quaternary Caribbean lizards
ME Kemp, EA Hadly
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (11), 1281-1289, 2015
Colonial legacies influence biodiversity lessons: How past trade routes and power dynamics shape present-day scientific research and professional opportunities for Caribbean …
RS Mohammed, G Turner, K Fowler, M Pateman, MA Nieves-Colón, ...
The American Naturalist 200 (1), 140-155, 2022
Pandemics' historical role in creating inequality
LM Dávalos, RM Austin, MA Balisi, RL Begay, CA Hofman, ME Kemp, ...
Science 368 (6497), 1322-1323, 2020
Using the Anthropocene as a teaching, communication and community engagement opportunity
AM Mychajliw, ME Kemp, EA Hadly
The Anthropocene Review 2 (3), 267-278, 2015
Reconstructing the body sizes of Quaternary lizards using Pholidoscelis Fitzinger, 1843, and Anolis Daudin, 1802, as case studies
C Bochaton, ME Kemp
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37 (1), e1239626, 2017
Opportunity for some, extinction for others: the fate of tetrapods in the Anthropocene
KA Solari, HK Frank, LO Frishkoff, JL Hsu, ME Kemp, AM Mychajliw, ...
Evolutionary Ecology Research 17 (6), 787-813, 2016
Rocking Earth's biodiversity cradle: challenges, advances, and prospects for conservation paleontology in the tropics
ME Kemp, EA Hadly
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36 (5), e1179640, 2016
Early Holocene turnover, followed by stability, in a Caribbean lizard assemblage
ME Kemp, EA Hadly
Quaternary Research 85 (2), 255-261, 2016
Defaunation and species introductions alter long-term functional trait diversity in insular reptiles
ME Kemp
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (7), e2201944119, 2023
Divergent morphological responses to millennia of climate change in two species of bats from Hall’s Cave, Texas, USA
M Moroz, ISC Jackson, D Ramirez, ME Kemp
PeerJ 9, e10856, 2021
Allometric patterns in phrynosomatid lizards and the implications for reconstructing body size for fossils
JA Knight, DT Ledesma, ME Kemp
Evolutionary Ecology 36 (4), 561-590, 2022
Looking Back for the Future: The Ecology of Terrestrial Communities Through the Lens of Conservation Paleobiology
ME Kemp, AE Boville, CM Carneiro, JJ Jacisin III, CJ Law, DT Ledesma, ...
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 54, 2023
Identification of Late Pleistocene and Holocene fossil lizards from Hall's Cave and a primer on morphological variation in North American lizard skulls
DT Ledesma, SG Scarpetta, JJ Jacisin III, A Meza, ME Kemp
bioRxiv, 2023.07. 25.549934, 2023
Morphometric analyses of the vertebrae of Ambystoma (Tschudi, 1838) and the implications for identification of fossil salamanders
DT Ledesma, A Ayala, ME Kemp
Journal of Morphology 283 (5), 653-676, 2022
Fossil Lizards Tell Tales: Resurrecting the Past to Forecast the Future
ME Kemp
Stanford University, 2015
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