The Marsh Ecology Award is a prize awarded annually from 1996 onwards to recognise outstanding recent discovery or development which has had a significant impact on the development of the science of ecology or its application. The Award is an honorarium of £1,000 and is open to ecologists from anywhere in the world. The award is given by the Marsh Christian Trust and the British Ecological Society in cooperation.
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award received: Marsh Ecology Award1
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