Thesis Award Report Published

Bonn,
19 October 2011
- The Report on the 2011 UNEP/CMS
Thesis Award on Migratory Species Conservation has been
published.

The report includes a summary of the top
fourteen theses submitted for consideration. In total, 61
theses were received from 25 different countries representing
five continents. The winning thesis authored by Dr. Lucy
King dealt with the interaction between the African elephant
and the African honeybee. Dr. Franziska Tanneberger with
her thesis on the Aquatic Warbler, Dr. J. Grant C. Hopcraft
findings on herbivores in the Serengeti and Dr.Christiane
Trierweiler’s research on the Montagu Harrier were
recognized as laureates.

The Award with its first prize of €10,000
was sponsored by Deutsche Lufthansa, the German airline,
and was organized by the CMS Secretariat and the Zoological
Museum, Alexander Koenig in Bonn.

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for the Report

 

   

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