University of Maine Sustainability Solutions Initiative, Orono, ME.  2010-2012.
My SSI research assistantship allowed me to work with a variety of stakeholders to prepare for the arrival of the emerald ash borer, an invasive insect, in Maine.  I drafted manuscripts, presented talks and posters, and organized events for stakeholders.

Carbon Dynamics LLC, South Burlington, VT.  2008.
As a researcher for Carbon Dynamics, I provided technical and analytical assistance to the Center for Climate Strategies and the State of Iowa in the process of creating agriculture- and forestry-related climate policy recommendations.

University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.  2006-2008.
While I worked towards my MS in natural resources at UVM I was a research assistant for the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation and the UVM Transportation Research Center, creating a land-use-based, county-level carbon budget for Chittenden County.  I was also an original member of the UVM Carbonators, a research and advocacy collaborative for graduate students involved in carbon and climate change research.

USDA Forest Service Northeastern Research Station, Durham, NH.  2004-2006.
With the Forest Service I was both a lab and field technician on the hemlock wooly adelgid susceptibility modelling project – collecting foliage and soil samples in the field, performing lab analysis, using GIS and remote sensing, and cranking out data entry.

Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, MA.  2005-2006.
The SAO is where I first learned to use Linux computer systems (while I helped pack and move their operations to a new location).


Ranco, D., A. Arnett, E. Latty, A. Remsburg, K. Dunckel, E. Quigley, R. Lilieholm, J. Daigle, W. Livingston, J. Neptune, and T. Secord.  Winter/Spring 2012.  Two Maine forest pests:  A comparison of approaches to understanding threats to hemlock and ash trees in MaineMaine Policy Review.  76-89.

Raciti, Steve M., Timothy J. Fahey, R. Quinn Thomas, Peter B. Woodbury, Charles T. Driscoll, Frederick J. Carranti, David R. Foster, Philip S. Gwyther, Brian R. Hall, Steven P. Hamburg, Jennifer C. Jenkins, Christopher Neill, Brandon W. Peery, Erin E. Quigley, Ruth Sherman, Matt A. Vadeboncoeur, David A. Weinstein, and Geoff Wilson. 2012. Local scale carbon budgets and mitigation opportunities for the Northeastern United States. Bioscience 62:1, 23-38.

Quigley, E.E., D. Ranco, R. Lilieholm, T. Secord, J. Neptune, J. Daigle, W. Livingston, and M. Lizotte. Emergency response planning as a collaborative process:  The case of the emerald ash borer in Maine.  Poster, 2011 Maine State EPSCoR Conference, University of Maine, Orono.

Quigley, E.E., D. Ranco, R. Lilieholm, T. Secord, J. Neptune, J. Daigle, J. McCloskey, W. Livingston, and M. Lizotte.  Mobilizing diverse interests to address invasive species threats:  The case of the emerald ash borer in Maine.  Poster, 2010 Maine State EPSCoR Conference, University of Maine, Orono.

Fahey, T.J., F. Carranti, C. Driscoll, D. Foster, P. Gwyther, B. Hall, S. Hamburg, J.C. Jenkins, C. Neill, S. Ollinger, B. Peery, E. Quigley, S. Raciti, R. Sherman, R. Thomas, M. Vadeboncoeur, D. Weinstein, G. Wilson, P. Woodbury, W. Yandik.  Carbon and communities: Linking carbon science with public policy and resource management in the northeastern United States.  Hubbard Brook Research Foundation.  2011.  Science Links Publication.  Vol 1, No. 4.

Quigley, E.E.  2008.  A land-use-based county-level carbon budget for Chittenden County, Vermont.  Masters thesis.

Quigley, E.E.  2007.  Land use history database 1870-2001:  Chittenden County, Vermont.  Data CD.  For Hubbard Brook Research Foundation Science Links Carbon Group.