British Ecological Society prize for Princeton student
Princeton ecologist Nitin Sekar has won a British Ecological Society Young Investigator prize. The prize – one of only five awarded each year – recognises the best research papers published in BES journals by early career scientists. Nitin won the Harper Prize for the best paper in the BES's Journal of Ecology in 2013 for his paper ‘Waiting for Gajah: an elephant mutualist's contingency plan for an endangered megafaunal disperser’.
March 10, 2014