IBIS – Best ECR paper of 2020
In 2020, IBIS published 48 papers whose first author or corresponding author was an early career researcher (ECR). Thats around 45% of all our scientific content published last year.
The IBIS Associate Editors nominated their favourite ECR papers of 2020, and the top four papers were put to an open public vote!
And the winner of the IBIS Best ECR paper of 2020 is . . .
Dominic Y. J. Ng (Singapore)
Dominic Y. J. Ng, Tereza Švejcarová, Keren R. Sadanandan, Teuku Reza Ferasyi, Jessica G.H. Lee, Dewi M. Prawiradilaga, Tomáš Ouhel, Elize Y.X. Ng, Frank E. Rheindt
Genomic and morphological data help uncover extinction‐in‐progress of an unsustainably traded hill myna radiation
Our congratulations to our other short-listed nominees:
Females compensate for moult‐associated male nest desertion in Hooded Warblers
William D. Harrod, Ronald L. Mumme
The potential utility of carotenoid‐based coloration as a biomonitor of environmental change
Chloe Peneaux, Philip M. Hansbro, Andrea S. Griffin
Applications of digital imaging and analysis in seabird monitoring and research
Alice J. Edney, Matt J. Wood
We’re extremely grateful for the continued support of Leica Camera (UK).
Hill Myna | Evanahmed CC BY SA 4.0 Wikimedia Commons
Hooded Warbler | Dawn Scranton CC BY 2.0 Flickr
Standardised image capture | from paper © the authors
Deploying a UAV | from paper © Matt Wood