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Effects of uncertainty and variability on population declines and IUCN Red List classifications
P Rueda‐Cediel, KE Anderson, TJ Regan, HM Regan
Conservation Biology 32 (4), 916-925, 2018
242018
Combined influences of model choice, data quality, and data quantity when estimating population trends
P Rueda-Cediel, KE Anderson, TJ Regan, J Franklin, HM Regan
PloS one 10 (7), e0132255, 2015
182015
Developing population models: A systematic approach for pesticide risk assessment using herbaceous plants as an example
A Schmolke, KE Kapo, P Rueda-Cediel, P Thorbek, R Brain, V Forbes
Science of the Total Environment 599, 1929-1938, 2017
122017
Pop‐guide: Population modeling guidance, use, interpretation, and development for ecological risk assessment
S Raimondo, A Schmolke, N Pollesch, C Accolla, N Galic, A Moore, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 17 (4), 767-784, 2021
82021
A review of key features and their implementation in unstructured, structured, and agent‐based population models for ecological risk assessment
C Accolla, M Vaugeois, V Grimm, AP Moore, P Rueda‐Cediel, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 17 (3), 521-540, 2021
82021
Comparative analysis of plant demographic traits across species of different conservation concern: Implications for pesticide risk assessment
P Rueda‐Cediel, R Brain, N Galic, V Forbes
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38 (9), 2043-2052, 2019
72019
Ovarian and oviductal morphology of a brood parasitic bird, Molothrus bonariensis (Passeriformes, Icteridae)
P Rueda‐Cediel, G Kattan, MP Ramírez‐Pinilla
Acta Zoologica 89 (3), 261-276, 2008
52008
DEB-tox and data gaps: consequences for individual-level outputs
C Accolla, M Vaugeois, P Rueda-Cediel, A Moore, GM Marques, ...
Ecological Modelling 431, 109107, 2020
32020
Guidance for developing amphibian population models for ecological risk assessment
J Awkerman, S Raimondo, A Schmolke, N Galic, P Rueda‐Cediel, K Kapo, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 16 (2), 223-233, 2020
32020
Using life‐history trait variation to inform ecological risk assessments for threatened and endangered plant species
P Rueda‐Cediel, N Galic, R Brain, JN Pinto‐Ledezma, A Rico, V Forbes
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 2022
2022
Developing population models: A systematic approach
A Schmolke, K Kapo, P Rueda-Cediel, P Thorbek, R Brain, V Forbes
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Effects of Variability, Error, and Time Series Length on Population Predictions
P Rueda-Cediel
UC Riverside, 2015
2015
An Overview of Key Features of Population Models and Their Relevance for Ecological Risk Assessment
C Accolla, M Vaugeois, V Grimm, A Schmolke, A Moore, P Rueda-Cediel, ...
SETAC North America 41st Annual Meeting, 0
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