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: Marine Ecology Tree


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Leo W. Buss research assistant Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Mark D. Bertness grad student 1982-1986 Brown (Marine Ecology Tree)


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Sydne Record grad student 2005-2010 U Mass Amherst
Demetrios Jim Karagatzides post-doc 2006-2008 Harvard
Matthew Fitzpatrick post-doc 2008-2009 Harvard
Shannon Pelini post-doc 2009-2012 Harvard
Benjamin Baiser post-doc 2009-2013 Harvard
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Peng S, Ramirez-Parada TH, Mazer SJ, et al. (2024) Incorporating plant phenological responses into species distribution models reduces estimates of future species loss and turnover. The New Phytologist
Barker Plotkin A, Orwig DA, MacLean MG, et al. (2024) Logging response alters trajectories of reorganization after loss of a foundation tree species. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 34: e2957
Ramirez-Parada TH, Park IW, Record S, et al. (2024) Plasticity and not adaptation is the primary source of temperature-mediated variation in flowering phenology in North America. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Almeida RPS, Silva RR, da Costa ACL, et al. (2023) Induced drought strongly affects richness and composition of ground-dwelling ants in the eastern Amazon. Oecologia
Davis CC, Lyra GM, Park DS, et al. (2022) New directions in tropical phenology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Orwig DA, Aylward JA, Buckley HL, et al. (2022) Land-use history impacts spatial patterns and composition of woody plant species across a 35-hectare temperate forest plot. Peerj. 10: e12693
Park DS, Breckheimer IK, Ellison AM, et al. (2021) Phenological displacement is uncommon among sympatric angiosperms. The New Phytologist
Ellison AM, Barker Plotkin AA, Patel MV, et al. (2021) Broadening the ecological mindset. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e02347
Welti EAR, Joern A, Ellison AM, et al. (2021) Studies of insect temporal trends must account for the complex sampling histories inherent to many long-term monitoring efforts. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Qiao X, Zhang J, Wang Z, et al. (2020) Foundation Species Across a Latitudinal Gradient in China. Ecology. e03234
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