The Kemp Lab studies how biodiversity is shaped by global change phenomena through time and across space.
We integrate paleobiology with ecology, evolution, and conservation to understand extinction, diversification, and colonization dynamics in vertebrate systems.
By studying the past, we understand the present, and prepare for a better future.
Our study, a morphometric analysis of the vertebrae of Ambystoma, led by grad student David Ledesma is out now in Journal of Morphology! See more of our publications.
In our lab, we value and respect all people and the diversity that each person contributes.