BMC Ecology announces the winning entries in its inaugural Ecology Image Competition, open to anyone affiliated with a research institute. The competition, which received more than 200 entries from international researchers at all career levels and a wide variety of scientific disciplines, was looking for striking visual interpretations of ecological processes. In this Editorial, our academic Section Editors and guest judge Dr Yan Wong explain what they found most appealing about the... Expand abstract
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- © 2013 Harold et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. All images published in this Editorial are released under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) by permission of the entrant. Attributions for images: 1) Daniel Wisbech Carstensen (Instituto de Biociências, Brazil). Biology Image Library ID: 64983. 2) David W. Inouye. Biology Image Library ID 64660. 3) Ong Poh Teck (Forest Research Institute Malaysia). 4) Benjamin Blonder (University of Arizona). 5) Sylvain Dubey (University of Lausanne). Biology Image Library ID: 65360. 6) Thomas Jensen (Medical Prognosis Institute, Denmark). 7) Attribution: Yitzchak Ben Mocha (Tel Aviv University). Image Library ID 63580. 8) Michael Siva-Jothy (University of Sheffield). 9) Maristella D'Addario (University of Rome). 10) György Csóka (Forest Research Institute Hungary). 11) Miguel Cabanellas (Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies). 12) Anne Ebeling (University of Jena). 13) Matteo Lattuada (University of Antwerp). 14) Raf Aerts (Univeristy of Leuven). 15) Benjamin Blonder (University of Arizona). 16) Hara Woltz (Columbia University). 17) Benjamin Blonder (University of Arizona). 18) Bruce Anderson (University of Stellenbosch). 19) Benoit Gineste (Evolutionary EcoPhysiology Group, CNRS).
BMC Ecology image competition: the winning images.
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