Following his postdoctoral fellowship at CEED, Edd has continued to contribute to CEED research through collaboration with researchers at the University of Queensland. Edd continued to be involved in projects in two key areas:
1. The overlap around the world of biodiversity hotspots and areas of military & civil conflict.
2. Understanding species population decline by Predicting trajectories through understanding patterns of decline.
In addition to leading these two projects, Edd was also involved in other work investigating Brigalow ecosystem services, global forest regeneration initiatives, and taxonomic sufficiency in environmental assessments.
Edd is now in a faculty position at Utah State University, where he leads the Spatial Community Ecology lab. He also recently began working with state agencies and The Nature Conservancy to address how the threat of climate change should be incorporated into management activities in the western US.