Hamley and Gill recognized by ESA for Falkland Islands Research

by the University of Maine
April 22, 2022

Jacquelyn Gill, associate professor in the School of Biology and Ecology and the Climate Change Institute, and Kit Hamley, Ph.D. candidate in the Climate Change Institute, are co-authors on a research paper that was recently selected as the winner of the Ecological Society of America’s W.S. Cooper Award for a study of seabirds in the Falkland Islands. Gill and Hamley will be recognized along with principal author Dulcinea Groff, who conducted the research as part of her Ph.D. at UMaine, as well as Gill’s former UMaine undergraduate research assistants Trevor Lessard and Kayla Greenawalt.

Keep reading: https://umaine.edu/news/blog/2022/04/22/hamley-and-gill-recognized-by-esa-for-falkland-islands-research/

Read ESA’s press release: https://www.esa.org/blog/2022/04/19/ecological-society-of-america-announces-2022-award-recipients/