For nearly 20 years, Elizabeth Hadly, a persistent Stanford biologist, has been digging up the fossil bodies of wolves and elk and tiny rodents deeply buried for more than 3,000 years in a remote cave hidden in the corner of a pristine river valley in Yellowstone National Park. Now she has found for the first time that changes in the Earth’s climate — particularly global warming — can influence genetic changes that alter the pace and direction of animal evolution. Hadly is a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Woods Institute for the Environment. She is a professor of biology, geology, and environmental sciences.
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