James Aaron Hogan, Ph.D.

2012-2015 Departamento de Ciencias Ambientales University of Puerto Rico - Río Piedras Campus 
 2016-2021 Department of Biological Science Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
 2021-2023 Department of Biology university of floirda 
 2023- International Institute of Tropical Forestry, USDA Forest Service 
forests, plant ecology, disturbance, plant ecophysiology
"J. Aaron Hogan"

Tropical forests currently provide the largest terrestrial land carbon sink, however there is evidence that the strength and persistence of this sink may be declining. Moreover, tropical forests contain the majority of the world's biodiversity and their conservation is integral to human well-being. I am a field-experienced and academically-trained forest ecologist interested in how tropical forests respond to disturbances and global change. I use a range of approaches including community and ecosystem ecology, plant physiology, plot-based studies, functional ecology, and remote sensing to inform analyses aimed at documenting and understanding the ecological functioning, conservation, and restoration of tropical forests.


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Jess K Zimmerman grad student 2012-2016 University of Puerto Rico - Río Piedras Campus
 (Masters thesis (LUQ LTER) : Revisiting the Relative Roles of Land-Use and the Environment in Subtropical Wet Forest: 21-years of Dynamics from the Luquillo Forest Dynamics Plot, Puerto Rico)
Christopher Baraloto grad student 2016-2021 Florida International University (FIU) (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (PhD Dissertation: Functional Strategies of Tree Fine-Roots in Relation to the Soil Environment and Microbiome: Variaiton in Root Morphology, Tissue Chemistry and Physiology)
Jeremy William Lichstein post-doc 2021-2023 UF Gainesville (Evolution Tree)
 (Climate change determines the sign of productivity trends in US forests)
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Freschet GT, Fu X, Hogan JA, et al. (2023) Corrigendum. The New Phytologist
Yan H, Freschet GT, Wang H, et al. (2022) Mycorrhizal symbiosis pathway and edaphic fertility frame root economics space among tree species. The New Phytologist
Hogan JA, Valverde-Barrantes OJ, Tang W, et al. (2021) Evidence of elemental homeostasis in fine root and leaf tissues of saplings across a fertility gradient in tropical montane forest in Hainan, China Plant and Soil. 460: 625-646
Xu H, Detto M, Fang S, et al. (2020) Soil nitrogen concentration mediates the relationship between leguminous trees and neighbor diversity in tropical forests. Communications Biology. 3: 317
Lin TC, Hogan JA, Chang CT. (2020) Tropical Cyclone Ecology: A Scale-Link Perspective. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 35: 594-604
Gallagher RV, Falster DS, Maitner BS, et al. (2020) Publisher Correction: Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Gallagher RV, Falster DS, Maitner BS, et al. (2020) Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Peereman J, Hogan JA, Lin T. (2020) Assessing Typhoon-Induced Canopy Damage Using Vegetation Indices in the Fushan Experimental Forest, Taiwan Remote Sensing. 12: 1654
Peereman J, Hogan JA, Lin T. (2020) Landscape Representation by a Permanent Forest Plot and Alternative Plot Designs in a Typhoon Hotspot, Fushan, Taiwan Remote Sensing. 12: 660
XU H, YANG H, LIN M, et al. (2020)

Thismia jianfenglingensis (Thismiaceae), a new species of fairy lantern from Hainan Island, China

Phytotaxa. 429: 179-185
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