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July 12th-16th 2015: Sarah Wilson Receives ATBC Alwyn Gentry Prize for Best Presentation
Researcher: Sarah Wilson
Award: Association for Tropical Biology & Conservation’s Alwyn Gentry Prize for Best Presentation (Student/Recent Grad)
Award Description: The Alwyn Gentry prize is given to a student who represents Alwyn Gentry’s legacy to tropical biology. One award is given each year for best oral presentation.
Sarah’s presentation was a social-science based presentation titled, “Replanting a Future: Ecosystem Service Scarcity Drives Local Forest Transitions in the Ecuadorian Andes.” She will be accepting here award at the 52nd Annual Meeting of ATBC in Honolulu, HI.
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