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Senior Caribou Ecologist Melanie Dickie Awarded Georgina Mace Prize from the British Ecological Society


Congratulations to Melanie Dickie, awarded the Georgina Mace Prize for Ecological Solutions and Evidence.

A huge congratulations to Senior Caribou Ecologist Melanie Dickie who was awarded the Ecological Solutions and Evidence Georgina Mace Prize 2023: Early Career Researcher Award from the British Ecological Society.

This award celebrates the best article in the journal by an author at the start of their career.

Melanie won the award for the study Applying remote sensing for large-landscape problems: Inventorying and tracking habitat recovery for a broadly distributed Species At Risk. In this study, Melanie Dickie and her ABMI colleagues (Branislav Hricko, Victor Tran, Monica Kohler, Sydney Toni, and Robert Serrouya) capitalise on the exciting developments in remote-sensing tools for ecological research by applying multiple remote sensing tools to collect data on vegetative habitat associated with threatened woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in the boreal forests of Canada. 

Read more on Melanie and the award-winning study here.

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