Aaron Rice

Principal Ecologist

Expertise

Bioacoustics • Conservation Biology • Fish Biology • Marine Ecology • Animal Behavior

I’m a research scientist who studies how animals produce and perceive sound, and how we can use these animal sounds to examine changes in populations across time and space. I am also interested in the influence of human activities on animal populations and their habitats. My focus is on fishes and whales, but I also examine similar questions in frogs and birds.

Education

Ph.D., Organismal Biology, University of Chicago
M.S., Organismal Biology, University of Chicago
M.A., Marine Biology, Boston University
B.S., Biology, Davidson College

Recent Publications

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