Aaron A. Koning

Curriculum Vitae [pdf]

— Abbreviated curriculum vitae —


Ph.D.  Candidate, Department of Zoology & Center for Limnology, University of Wisconsin

B.S. Biology (2007), Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL


  1. Koning, A.A., Moore, J.B., Suttidate, N., Hannigan, R., McIntyre, P.B. (2016).  Aquatic ecosystem impacts of land sharing versus sparing: nutrient loading to Southeast Asian rivers. Ecosystems, 20(2):393-405. [pdf]

  2. Winemiller, K. O., McIntyre, P. B., Castello, L., Fluet-Chouinard, E., Giarrizzo, T., Nam, S., et al. (2016). Balancing hydropower and biodiversity in the Amazon, Congo, and Mekong. Science, 351(6269), 128–129. [pdf]

  3.  McIntyre, P.B., Reidy Liermann, C., Childress, E.S., Hamann, E., Hogan, J.D., Januchowski-Hartley, S.R., Koning, A.A., Neeson, T.M., Oele, D.L., Pracheil, B.M. (2016) Conservation of migratory fishes in freshwater ecosystems. In Closs, G.P., Krkosek, M. & Olden, J.D.  Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. [pdf]

  4. Childress, E. S. & Koning, A.A. (2013). Polydomous Crematogaster pilosa (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) colonies prefer highly connected habitats in a tidal salt marsh. Florida Entomologist 96(1), 235-237. [pdf]

  5. Cooperman, M.S., So, N., Arias, M., Cochrane, T.A., Elliott, V., Hand, T., Hannah, L., Holtgrieve, G.W., Kaufman, L., Koning, A.A., Koponen, J., Kum, V., McCann, K., McIntyre, P.B., Min, B., Ou, C., Rooney, N., Rose, K.A., Sabo, J.L., Winemiller, K.O. (2012). A watershed moment for the Mekong: Newly announced community use and conservation areas for the Tonle Sap Lake may boost sustainability of the world’s largest inland fishery. Cambodian Journal of Natural History, 2: 101-106. [pdf]


National Science Foundation IGERT Traineeship (2016-2018)

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (2015-2017)

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (2011-2016)

Mustard Seed Foundation Harvey Fellowship (2013-2015)

U. Wisconsin Zoology Department Graduate Research Grants (2012, 2013)

U. Wisconsin Center for Limnology Anna G. Birge Award (2012)


MSID 4001 Sustainability and the Environment (2015-2016) |

Culture and Ecology of the Andaman (2014-2016) | International Sustainable Development Studies Institute

Zoology 101 & 102 Animal Biology & Animal Biology Lab (2011-2012) | Dept. of Zoology, University of Wisconsin


Koning A.A. 2017. Global subsistence fisheries. Invited Lecture, Ecology of Fishes, University of Wisconsin | Madison, WI

Koning A.A. & McIntyre, P.B. 2017. A tropic cascade: fish mediate top-down control on algal biomass inside and outside of reserves. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting | Portland, OR. Abstract in Review.

Koning A.A. & McIntyre, P.B. 2017. Riverine reserves: migrating principles of marine reserve design upstream. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting | Raleigh, NC

Scott Tiegs and CELLDEX Consortium. Global-scale patterns and drivers of organic matter decomposition in streams and riparian zones. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting | Raleigh, NC

Koning A.A. & McIntyre, P.B. 2014. Limitation and land use: Nutrient status and limitation within tributaries of two major Southeast Asian rivers. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting | Sacramento, CA

Koning A.A. 2013. Ecosystem Ecology. Invited Lecture, Wheaton College | Wheaton, IL