The annual ‘VLIZ North Sea Award 2007’
Added on 2007-08-22 15:23:45
To reward a recent innovative scientific contribution on the structure and functioning of the North Sea ecosystem
|The VLIZ North Sea Award 2006 was presented on the VLIZ Young Scientist Day in March 2007 to dr. Eric Stienen (Reserach Institute for Nature and Foreset, Belgium) for his work 'Living with gulls - Trading of food and predation in the Sandwich Tern Sterna sandvicensis'. © VLIZ (Decleer) |
The Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) awards a scientific prize to foster innovative fundamental or applied research on the structure and functioning of the North Sea ecosystem
, with emphasis on coastal and estuarine areas of the Southern Bight and the Channel.
The annual prize is awarded to a researcher (or a research team) working and residing in a country bordering the North Sea. The prize amounts to 1000 EUR and is indivisible. It is granted to reward a recent original scientific contribution, preferably having relevance to the sustainable management of the area concerned. Studies pertaining to the biodiversity of the local ecosystem are equally welcomed. The contribution has to be of postgraduate or postdoctoral level.
Candidates should submit the requested documents prior to the 16th of November 2007. More information on the procedure is available in the regulations
or at the VLIZ website.