Marsh Ecology Award

2001 - Prof Sam Berry

Professor Sam Berry is the former President of the British Ecological Society and Linnean Societies. He is well known for his work in ecological genetics with special interests in island populations of small mammals. Sam is a prolific writer of both technical and popular works and has, over the years, made highly significant contributions to the debates about the interfaces between science and politics and about the structure of the institutinos of biological science in the UK. He has also been very active in forums such as the Field Studies Council and the Institute of Biology.

Professor Sam Berry is an eminent and articulate spokesperson for the science of Ecology and is listened to by many groups outside the world of Ecology.


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