Aaron Maxwell Ellison, Ph.D.

Harvard Forest Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Mangrove Ecology, Statistical ecology, Wetland Ecology
"Aaron Ellison"

NSF Presidential Faculty Fellow (1992-1996)
Editor-in-Chief, Ecological Monographs (2009-2015)
Fellow, Ecological Society of America (elected 2012)

Cross-listing: Terrestrial Ecology Tree


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Leo W. Buss research assistant Yale
Mark D. Bertness grad student 1982-1986 Brown


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Sydne Record grad student 2005-2010 U Mass Amherst (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Demetrios Jim Karagatzides post-doc 2006-2008 Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Matthew Fitzpatrick post-doc 2008-2009 Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Shannon Pelini post-doc 2009-2012 Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Benjamin Baiser post-doc 2009-2013 Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Northrop AC, Avalone V, Ellison AM, et al. (2020) Clockwise and counterclockwise hysteresis characterize state changes in the same aquatic ecosystem. Ecology Letters
Nguyen AD, Brown M, Zitnay J, et al. (2019) Trade-Offs in Cold Resistance at the Northern Range Edge of the Common Woodland Ant (Formicidae). The American Naturalist. 194: E151-E163
Lau MK, Ellison AM, Nguyen A, et al. (2019) Draft genomes expand our view of ant genome size variation across climate gradients. Peerj. 7: e6447
Berberich GM, Berberich MB, Ellison AM, et al. (2019) First In Situ Identification of Ultradian and Infradian Rhythms, and Nocturnal Locomotion Activities of Four Colonies of Red Wood Ants ( Formica rufa-Group). Journal of Biological Rhythms. 34: 19-38
Berberich GM, Berberich MB, Ellison AM, et al. (2018) Degassing Rhythms and Fluctuations of Geogenic Gases in A Red Wood-Ant Nest and in Soil in The Neuwied Basin (East Eifel Volcanic Field, Germany). Insects. 9
Berberich GM, Ellison AM, Berberich MB, et al. (2018) Can a Red Wood-Ant Nest Be Associated with Fault-Related CH₄ Micro-Seepage? A Case Study from Continuous Short-Term In-Situ Sampling. Animals : An Open Access Journal From Mdpi. 8
Northrop AC, Brooks R, Ellison AM, et al. (2017) Environmental proteomics reveals taxonomic and functional changes in an enriched aquatic ecosystem. Ecosphere (Washington, D.C). 8
Del Toro I, Berberich GM, Ribbons RR, et al. (2017) Nests of red wood ants (Formica rufa-group) are positively associated with tectonic faults: a double-blind test. Peerj. 5: e3903
Diamond SE, Chick L, Penick CA, et al. (2017) Heat tolerance predicts the importance of species interaction effects as the climate changes. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Gibb H, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ, et al. (2016) A global database of ant species abundances. Ecology
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