The purpose of this fellowship is to provide financial assistance to deserving students conducting waterfowl or wetland research in North America.
The most recent winner of this award is Kate Sinnott for her work at Utah State University. Kate’s MSc project will focus on developing techniques and best practices for the restoration of aquatic vegetation. Non-native species introductions, pollution, and land conversion have caused a global decline in aquatic plant density and diversity. Restoration may reestablish aquatic plant communities, but research on best practices is sparse, current planting methods are variably successful and often not scalable, and biotic interactions that may inform species selections for restoration are poorly understood. K

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