Publications

* denotes shared first authorship

A.D. Barnosky, E.A. Hadly, P. Gonzalez, J. Head, D. Polly, A.M. Lawling, J. Eronen, and 34 others [alphabetical], including M.E. Kemp. 2017. Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems. Science 355: eaah4787.

C. Bochaton* and M.E. Kemp*. 2016. Reconstructing the body sizes of Quaternary lizards Pholidoscelis (Fitzinger, 1843) and Anolis (Daudin, 1802) as case studies. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. doi: 10.1080/02724634.2017.1239626

K.S. Solari, H.K. Frank, L.O. Frishkoff, J.L. Hsu, M.E. Kemp, A.M. Mychajliw, E.A. Hadly. 2016. Opportunity for some, extinction for others: the fate of species in the Anthropocene. Evolutionary Ecology Research 17: 787-813.

M.E. Kemp and E.A. Hadly. 2016. Rocking earth’s biodiversity cradle: challenges, advances, and prospects for conservation paleontology in the tropics. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. doi: 10.1080/02724634.2016.1179640

M.E. Kemp and E.A. Hadly. 2015. Early Holocene turnover in a lizard assemblage from Anguilla, British West Indies. Quaternary Research 85: 255–261.

M.E. Kemp and E.A. Hadly. 2015. Extinction biases in Quaternary Caribbean lizards. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 1281–1289.

A.M. Mychajliw, M.E. Kemp, and E.A. Hadly. 2015. Using the Anthropocene as a teaching, communication and community engagement opportunity. The Anthropocene Review 2 (3): 267–278.