ESA Biogeosciences Awards 2014
We are pleased to announce this year’s winners for the following awards given by the Biogeosciences section of the Ecological Society of America. We would also like to extend a big thank-you to all the judges who volunteered their time.
1. The Elizabeth Sulzman Award for work done as a graduate student went to Sarah Batterman for:
The honorable mention went to Janice Brahney for:
2. The Gene E. Likens Award for work done within 5 years of receiving their PhD went to Will Wieder for:
The honorable mention went to Jinyun Tang for:
3. The Best Student Presentation, generously supported by New Phytologist, went to Kelly Hopping for: Climate change and grazing drive cascading responses in plant communities and carbon cycling on the Tibetan Plateau
See past winners here.
ESA Biogeosciences Section Officers, 2014-2016
Chair: Josh Schimel, Professor at UC Santa Barbara in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
Secretary: Jennie McLaren, Assistant Professor in the Biological Sciences Department at the University of Texas, El Paso.
The section will continue to sponsor awards and to organize the student/faculty dinners during the Annual Meeting. Announcements about these opportunities will be made around May.
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