Caroline E. Ridley, Ph.D.

EPA, Chicago, IL, United States 
"Caroline Ridley"


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Norman C. Ellstrand grad student 2003-2008 UC Riverside
 (Hybridization and the evolution of invasiveness in California wild radish (Raphanus sativus).)
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Ridley CE, Alexander LC. (2016) Applying gene flow science to environmental policy needs: a boundary work perspective. Evolutionary Applications. 9: 924-936
Geyer CJ, Ridley CE, Latta RG, et al. (2013) Local adaptation and genetic effects on fitness: Calculations for exponential family models with random effects Annals of Applied Statistics. 7: 1778-1795
Clark CM, Lin Y, Bierwagen BG, et al. (2013) Growing a sustainable biofuels industry: Economics, environmental considerations, and the role of the Conservation Reserve Program Environmental Research Letters. 8
Ridley CE, Clark CM, Leduc SD, et al. (2012) Biofuels: network analysis of the literature reveals key environmental and economic unknowns. Environmental Science & Technology. 46: 1309-15
Wagenius S, Dykstra AB, Ridley CE, et al. (2012) Seedling Recruitment in the Long-Lived Perennial, Echinacea angustifolia: A 10-Year Experiment Restoration Ecology. 20: 352-359
Ridley CE, Hangelbroek HH, Wagenius S, et al. (2011) The effect of plant inbreeding and stoichiometry on interactions with herbivores in nature: Echinacea angustifolia and its specialist aphid. Plos One. 6: e24762
Ellstrand NC, Heredia SM, Leak-Garcia JA, et al. (2010) Crops gone wild: evolution of weeds and invasives from domesticated ancestors. Evolutionary Applications. 3: 494-504
Ridley CE, Ellstrand NC. (2010) Rapid evolution of morphology and adaptive life history in the invasive California wild radish (Raphanus sativus) and the implications for management. Evolutionary Applications. 3: 64-76
Wagenius S, Hangelbroek HH, Ridley CE, et al. (2010) Biparental inbreeding and interremnant mating in a perennial prairie plant: fitness consequences for progeny in their first eight years. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 64: 761-71
Roach DA, Ridley CE, Dudycha JL. (2009) Longitudinal analysis of Plantago: age-by-environment interactions reveal aging. Ecology. 90: 1427-33
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