Elita Baldridge

Independent researcher
Emporia, KS
Ph.D. student at Utah State University (@weecology) interested in the commonness and rarity of species, ecoinformatics, and open access. I graduated with my PhD in Ecology from Utah State University in May 2015. My general research interests are community ecology, macroecology, ecoinformatics/computational ecology, and open access. I am interested in using macroecological approaches and computational ecology to gain a greater understanding of the commonness and rarity of species.

Publications

  • Nine simple ways to make it easier to (re) use your data