Marsh Ecology Award

2005 - Prof Ilkka Hanski

Ilkka Hanski is Research Professor at the University of Helsinki. He is widely acknowledged as the leading proponent of metapopulation ecology and more broadly as a leading figure in population ecology and conservation biology. His work on the Glanville Fritillary and associated competitors and natural enemies is an exemplary approach to interdisciplinary studies combining all aspects of the ecological sciences. He has integrated molecular, theoretical, genetical and population-level studies into his research to address a broad range of relevant ecological issues.


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