Early career ecologist? If you have an idea for a Review or Long-term Studies in Animal Ecology paper, we invite you to submit a short abstract and be in with a chance of winning our next Sidnie Manton Award. Proposals will be assessed by the journal Editors and successful applicants will be invited to submit a manuscript to Journal of Animal Ecology. Submitted manuscripts will … Continue reading Sidnie Manton Award: submit your proposal now
Celebrating the best Review or Long-term Studies in Animal Ecology paper by an early career researcher, the Journal of Animal Ecology Editors are pleased to announce the winners of the third (2022) Sidnie Manton Award as Diego Ellis Soto and Kristy M. Ferraro. Diego and Kristy’s winning paper, A methodological roadmap to quantify animal-vectored spatial ecosystem subsidies addresses the important realisation that animals can exert … Continue reading Winners announced: Sidnie Manton Award 2022
Today we are pleased to announce that to Daniel J. Becker has won the second Sidnie Manton Award for his paper ‘Macroimmunology: The drivers and consequences of spatial patterns in wildlife immune defence’. Daniel is a postdoctoral fellow at Indiana University. His research explores the ecological and evolutionary factors that shape infectious disease dynamics in wildlife and cross-species transmission. Daniel’s paper was selected as a … Continue reading Congratulations to Daniel J. Becker on winning the Sidnie Manton Award
We are excited to announce that the Sidnie Manton Award is open for proposals. With this award, we aim to inspire early career researchers working on any aspect of animal ecology to publish review or synthesis papers that might either summarize their dissertation work, provide new insights into classic areas of animal ecology, or shed light on emerging fields. The British Ecological Society and Journal … Continue reading Sidnie Manton Award for early career ecologists – Submit your proposals now!
Today we are pleased to announce that to Ben Weinstein has won the inaugural Sidnie Manton Award for his paper ‘a computer vision for animal ecology’. Ben is a postdoctoral fellow at Oregon State University interested in community ecology, Bayesian modelling and data science. Ben’s paper was selected as a winner from a shortlist of six excellent papers. All the shortlisted papers were excellent, topical … Continue reading Congratulations to Ben Weinstein on winning the inaugural Sidnie Manton Award
In May 2016 we launched a new competition for early career ecologists to write a Synthesis or Review article for the journal. Today, on International Women’s Day, we are pleased to announce that we have named the new award in honour of Sidnie Manton and present the six shortlisted papers for the inaugural award. Sidnie Manton was a highly regarded zoologist best known for her … Continue reading The inaugural Sidnie Manton Award