Jennifer Hamel PhD

Assistant Professor

Elon University

Location
Elon, North Carolina, United States
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
- The ecology and evolution of collective behavior - The influence of community on the ecology and evolution of mating decisions - Variation in the functions, costs, and benefits of behavior among populations
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Publications

  • Playback of animal vibrational signals

    Cocroft R, Hamel J, Su Q, Gibson J

    Studying Vibrational Communication

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  • Anaxyrus americanus. (American toad). Egg cannibalism

    Hamel J

    Herpetological Review (2009)

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  • Expanding your research team: learning gains when a laboratory partners with a classroom

    Miller C, Hamel J, Holmes K, Helmey-Hartman W, D Lopatto

    BioScience (2013)

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  • From forest to fen: Microarthropod abundance and litter decomposition in a southern Appalachian floodplain/fen complex

    Reynolds B, Hamel J, Isbanioly J, Klausman L, Moorhead K

    Pedobiologica (2007)

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  • Long-term persistence of amphibian populations in a restored wetland complex

    Petranka J, Harp E, Holbrook C, Hamel J

    Biological Conservation (2007)

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  • Negative feedback from maternal signals reduces false alarms by collectively signalling offspring

    Hamel J, Cocroft R

    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)

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  • Vibrational communication in the “other” social insects: a diversity of ecology, signals, and signal function

    Cocroft R, Hamel J

    Vibrational Communication in Animals (2010)

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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Elon University

August 2014 - Present

Postdoctoral Associate

University of Florida

January 2012 - July 2014 (2 years 6 months)

Education history

University of Missouri

Ph.D

August 2005 - December 2011 (6 years 4 months)