Aaron M. Ellison
Senior Research Fellow at the Harvard Forest and Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachuestts; Editor-in-Chief of Ecological Monographs; Presidential Faculty Fellow (US National Science Foundation), Eminent Ecologist (Kellogg Biological Station), Distinguished Visiting Professor (University of Miami), Distinguished Ecologist (Michigan Technical University), Ledermann Lecturer in Natural History and Cosnervation Biology (University of Rhode Island), Fellow (Ecological Society of America).
Aaron studies food web dynamics and community ecology of wetlands and forests, evolutionary ecology of carnivorous plants, the response of plants and ants to global climate change, the application of Bayesian statistical inference to ecological research and environmental decision-making, and the critical reaction of Ecology to Modernism.
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This posted version is "as submitted" to BioScience. A revised version of the manuscript was accepted by BioScience on 30 September 2016.