Ian Nisbet Award Winners

2015

  • Post-breeding dispersal and winter habitat use by River Terns in Cambodia, Andrea Claassen (University of Minnesota), $1,000
  • Feeding ecology of the southern black-backed gull (Larus dominicanus), Aukland, New Zealand, Mel Galbraith (Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand), $1,100

2014

  • Population and Conservation Genetics of Eurasian Black Terns, Patricia Szczys

2013

  • Towards a Conservation Strategy for the Peruvian Tern (Sterna lorata), Doris Rodriguez Guzman

2012

  • Senescence in seabirds: a sleepy secret? Kyle Elliot
  • Northwest Greenland Arctic Tern Survey, Kurt Burnham

2011

  • Black Skimmers in an urban landscape: contaminant impacts on reproductive success and foraging ecology in San Diego Bay, C. Millow
  • Assessment of population size and conservation status of tern species in Koshi River basin, Nepal, P. Pandey

2010

  • Long term trends in glaucous winged gulls: sentinel for a century of ecosystem change, L. Blight

2009

  • No Award

2008

  • Sex-specific impacts of environmental stressors during development in a sexually-sized dimorphic species, E. Chin

2007

  • No Award

2006

  • Foraging resources of Common and Arctic Terns in the Gulf of Maine: a stable isotope approach, J. Kimmons

2005

  • Feeding ecology of three sympatric terns in northern Patagonia, Chubut, Argentina, A. Gatto