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James Brown (ecologist)

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James Hemphill Brown (born 1942) is an American biologist and academic.

He is an ecologist, and as of 2011 a Distinguished Professor of Biology at the University of New Mexico.[1] His work has focused on two distinct aspects of ecology: the population and community ecology of rodents and harvester ants in the Chihuahuan Desert and large-scale questions relating to the distribution of body size, abundance and geographic range of animals, leading to the development of the field of macroecology, a term that was coined in a paper Brown co-authored with Brian Maurer of Michigan State University.[2] In 2005 he was awarded the Robert H. MacArthur Award by the Ecological Society of America for his work, including his work toward a metabolic theory of ecology.[3] Between 1969 and 2011 he was awarded over $18.4 million in grants for his research.[1]

Education and honors

Education

Brown received a bachelors with honors in 1963 before obtaining his PhD in 1967:[1]

Honors

Honors James Brown has received include:[1]

Trained graduate students and post-docs

John F. Addicott,Andrew P. Allen,Susan Anderson,Kristina Anderson-Teixeira,Ford Ballantyne,Alison Boyer,Michael Bowers,Gregory S. Byers,Jason Bragg,Jean-Luc Cartron,Gerardo Ceballos,Michael Cyr,Diane Davidson,Brian J. Enquist,Kristine Ernest,S.K. Morgan Ernest,Katrin Bohning-Gaese,William Gannon,Laura Gonalez-Guzman,Thomas Gibson,James Gillooly,Deborah Goldberg,Jacob Goheen,Qinfeng Guo,Alan Harvey,Lauraine Hawkins,Robert Holmes,Richard Inouye,Dawn M. Kaufman, Douglas Kelt,S.Kathleen Lyons,Katrina Mangin,Pablo MarquetBrian Maurer,David Mehlman,Shahroukh Mistry,Jordan OkieJennifer Parody,Colleen Kelly,Jim Reichman,Michael Rourke,Dov Sax,Andrew Smith,Felisa Smith,Ursula Shepherd,Marian Skupski,Steven Sutherland,Robert Taylor,Robert Taylor,Katherine Thibault,Daniel Thompson,Hira Walker,Ethan P. White,Thomas Whitham,David Wright,Wenyun Zuo[1]

Portal

In 1977 Brown, in collaboration with Diane Davidson and James Reichman, started a research project in the Chihuahuan Desert near Portal, Arizona to study competition between rodents and ants and their influence on the annual plant community.[5]

Books

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See also

References

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