New Zealand Journal of Zoology prize
The 2015 New Zealand Journal of Zoology prize was presented to Anna for her poster entitled: Seed dispersal in North Canterbury: Oases in a biodiversity desert?
Anna was awarded a framed certificate and cheque at the 2015 New Zealand Ecological Society conference, hosted by the University of Canterbury.
- Cor Vink, Canterbury Museum, New Zealand
- Jonathan Banks, Cawthron Institute, New Zealand
- Jim Briskie, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
- Rob Cruickshank, Lincoln University, New Zealand
- Chris Jones, Landcare Research, New Zealand
- Christina Painting, University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Adrian Paterson, Lincoln University, New Zealand
- James Reardon, Department of Conservation, New Zealand
Aims: The diversity of the fauna of the southern continents and oceans is of worldwide interest to researchers in universities, museums, and other centres. The New Zealand Journal of Zoology plays an important role in disseminating information on field-based, experimental, and theoretical research on the zoology of the region.
Scope of submissions: The New Zealand Journal of Zoology publishes original research papers, review papers, short communications, book reviews, letters, and forum articles. We welcome submissions in all fields of zoological science concerning New Zealand, the Pacific Basin, and Antarctica. Particular strengths include conservation biology, insect taxonomy and pest control, but the journal’s subject matter also includes ecology, physiology, pathology, behaviour, genetics, and taxonomy. Prospective contributors should consult recent issues of the journal to see whether a planned submission is appropriate.
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