Riley Andrade

email: rileyandrade[at]asu.edu
PhD Student, Geography
School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University

My research focuses on human-environment geography in urban greenspace, such as parks and residential yards, with implications for ecological community dynamics, ecosystem change, and urban sustainability. The main question that frames my research is: How do human attitudes and behaviors interact with the biophysical properties of cities to affect ecosystem functioning, biodiversity outcomes, and human well being? 

Publications:

Franklin, J., Andrade, R., Daniels, M. L., Fairbairn, P., Fandino, M. C., Gillespie, T. W., ... & Kelly, D. L. (2018). Geographical ecology of dry forest tree communities in the West IndiesJournal of Biogeography.

Andrade, R., Bateman, H. L., Franklin, J., & Allen, D. (2018). Waterbird community composition, abundance, and diversity along an urban gradient. Landscape and Urban Planning170, 103-111.

Hondula, D. M., Balling, R. C., Andrade, R., Krayenhoff, E. S., Middel, A., Urban, A., ... & Sailor, D. J. (2017). Biometeorology for cities. International Journal of Biometeorology, 1-11.

Andrade, R., Bateman, H. L., & Kang, Y. (2017). Seasonality and land cover characteristics drive aphid dynamics in an arid cityJournal of Arid Environments, 144, 12-20.


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