Elita Baldridge, Ph.D.

Computational Ecology, Ecoinformatics, and Open Science

About Me

I am a newly fledged Ph.D. out of the Weecology lab group.  I'm currently figuring out how to be a working computational ecologist with a chronic illness. 

Elita Baldridge

When not doing science, I'm taking care of two Nubian dairy goats, a small flock of Cochin chickens, and a hive of bees, assisted by my brilliant dog, who keeps an eye on me and makes sure I behave.  

Contact me

Email: elita.baldridge@weecology.org

GitHub: embaldridge

ORCID-ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1639-5951

See my CV.


[OA]: The published paper is open access (or at least free to read) [OA version]: Link to an open or free version of the paper if the published version is not open access. 

Myhrvold, N.P., E. Baldridge, B. Chan, D. Sivam, D.L. Freeman, S.K.M. Ernest. In Press. An Amniote Life History Database to Perform Comparative Analyses with Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles. Ecology (Ecological Archives Data Paper) (link coming soon) [OA]

E. Baldridge, X. Xiao, E.P. White. 2015. An extensive comparison of species-abundance distribution models. [OA] preprint, bioRxiv http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/024802

White, E.P, E. Baldridge+, Z.T. Brym+, K.J. Locey+, D.J. McGlinn+, S.R. Supp+. 2013. Nine simple ways to make it easier to (re)use your data. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. 6(2): 1–10. [OA] http://library.queensu.ca/ojs/index.php/IEE/article/view/4608/4898

(+: Authors contributed equally to the work.)