The prize is named in the memory of Anne Keymer and awarded for the best oral presentation by a postgraduate student at our Annual Meeting.
In 1981, Anne was one of the first winners of this previously unnamed prize. She went on to a career of great distinction, before dying of cancer in 1993, at the age of 36. She was a member of our Journal of Animal Ecology editorial board and was an exemplary scholar, teacher and citizen. In naming this prize after Anne, we recognise a younger ecologist who embodies, to a remarkable degree, the qualities and values we stand for. To be eligible, you must present a paper at our Annual Meeting and, usually, be a current or recent graduate student an

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