Marsh Ecology Award

1998 - Professor T H Clutton-Brock

Tim Clutton-Brock is the Professor of Animal Ecology at the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. His research group in the Department of Zoology has run since 1980 and usually includes around 7 graduate students working on their doctoral projects, 3 or 4 graduate research assistants and 5 or 6 post-doctoral scientists. In 1993 he was a founding member of the Tropical Biology Association which is federation of European universities and NGO’s that runs 2-4 month long field courses in ecology and conservation biology in the paleo-tropics each year for a combination of students. In addition Tim chairs the Royal Society’s South-East Asian Rainforest Programme. This focusses on the assessment of the impact of human exploitation on biodiversity, forest reconstruction following logging and on the minimisation of logging damage .


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