Jason D. Fridley
Plant ecology and geography, invasive species, climate change, biodiversity.
- Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1997-2002)
- B.A., Bennington College (1994-1997)
- BIO 345: Population Biology
- BIO 415/615: Conservation Biology
Selected Recent Publications
- Fridley, J.D. and Sax, D.F. 2014. The imbalance of nature: revisiting a Darwinian framework for invasion biology. Global Ecology and Biogeography (in press).
- Ravenscroft, C.H., Fridley, J.D., and Grime, J.P. 2014. Intraspecific functional differentiation suggests local adaptation to long-term climate change in a calcareous grassland. Journal of Ecology 102: 65-73.
- Heberling, J.M. and Fridley, J.D. 2013. Resource-use strategies of native and invasive plants in Eastern North American forests. New Phytologist 200: 523-533.
- Fridley, J.D. 2013. Plant invasions across the Northern Hemisphere: a deep-time perspective. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1293: 8-17.
- Fridley, J.D. 2012. Extended leaf phenology and the autumn niche in deciduous forest invasions. Nature 485: 359-362.
- Fridley, J.D. and Wright, J.P. 2012. Drivers of secondary succession rates across temperate latitudes of the Eastern U.S.: climate, soils, and species pools. Oecologia 168: 1069-1077.
(Feb. 13, 2018)
"We're trying to define what the future environment will look like in a place like the Smokies that receives more than 10 million visitors a year," says biologist Jason Fridley
(May 23, 2016)
Associate Professor Jason Fridley leads international research on grassland vegetation shift
(April 1, 2016)
Elise Hinman and Luka Negoita will study plant growth and dispersal in a changing world
(Oct. 14, 2015)
Syracuse researchers find experimental climate challenges lead to rapid genetic changes
(July 17, 2015)
Biologist Jason Fridley co-authors international biodiversity research paper