John Grady

John Grady is an ecologist interested in how physiology drives broad patterns of diversity across space and time. His research includes work on shark, dinosaur, and shrew thermoregulation, predator-prey interactions, and global biogeography. John is currently collaborating with Keith Hengen (Washington University) and Anthony Dell (National Great Rivers) to study endotherm-ectotherm predation, behavior, and spatial diversity.

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