8th to 12th January, 2015 - Bayreuth, Germany

Poster Awards

This competition makes it possible to award early-career biogeographers (i.e. students or those who have obtained their PhD no longer than 3 years ago) who presented a poster during the IBS 2015 conference. This year we had 202 posters competing and 55 scientists volunteered as poster judges.
The prizes were awarded in the Closing Ceremony on Sunday afternoon. They were organized by Carolina Tovar, Sandra Nogué and Leticia Ochoa-Ochoa on behalf of the Early-Career Committee.

 

IBS2015_P6-10_KaitlinMaguireBEST EARLY CAREER POSTER AWARD

P6.10⚡ in Modelling Species and Ecosystems:

Community level models outperform traditional species distribution models in no-analog climatic and ecological regimes 

Kaitlin Clare Maguire1, Diego Nieto-Lugilde2, Jessica Blois1, Matthew Fitzpatrick2, John Williams3
1 University of California, Merced
2 Appalachian Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
3 University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

 

IBS2015 P5.31 CarstenMeyer2nd BEST EARLY CAREER POSTER AWARD

P5.31  in Conservation Biogeography:

Global determinants of species distribution knowledge across taxa and spatial scales

Carsten Meyer1, Susanne Fritz2, Robert Guralnick3, Holger Kreft1, Walter Jetz4
1 University of Göttingen, Germany
2 Biodiversity & Climate Research Centre (BiK-F) & Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, Germany
3 University of Florida, Gainesville USA
4 Yale University, USA

 

 

IBS2015 P5.59 John Young3rd BEST EARLY CAREER POSTER AWARD

P5.59⚡ in Conservation Biogeography:

Assessing the genetic diversity, distribution, and population status of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) in the eastern U.S. 

John Young1, Tim King1, David Smith1
1 Leetown Science Center, US Geological Survey



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