Cookies

Our website uses cookies to give you the best possible online experience. We do not use these to store personal information about you. If you continue, we'll assume you are happy for your web browser to receive all cookies from our website. See our cookie policy for more information on cookies and how to manage them.

Cookie policy Close this window

Nature Paper co-authored by Simon Conyers & Nigel Boatman wins RSPB Science Award

Nature Paper co-authored by Simon Conyers & Nigel Boatman wins RSPB Science Award

This is an award for a scientific paper published in a peer-reviewed journal that is likely to have a significant impact on conservation. The award is open to papers from around the globe, but excludes papers co-authored by our scientists.

The scientific paper “Historical nectar assessment reveals the fall and rise of floral resources in Britain” has won the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science award for a scientific paper of high conservation importance.  The recipient of this award is chosen by a team of 70 conservation scientists, who work on global conservation issues for the RSPB. The recipient of the award is chosen by the team of scientists at RSPB Centre for Conservation Science and the lead author will receive a specially commissioned medal.

Paper: Historical nectar assessment reveals the fall and rise of floral resources in Britain

Authors: Mathilde Baude, William E. Kunin, Nigel D. Boatman, Simon Conyers, Nancy Davies, Mark A. K. Gillespie, R. Daniel Morton, Simon M. Smart,Jane Memmott

There will be a presentation at the annual awards event, which this year will be at the Cambridge Conservation Initiative’s David Attenborough Building in Cambridge on 20 June.