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Biosemiotics

, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp 159–161 | Cite as

Biosemiotics Achievement Award for the Year 2017

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We are glad to announce that the Annual Biosemiotic Achievement Award for volume 2017 goes to Timothy C. Mullet, Almo Farina Stuart H. Gage for their article The Acoustic Habitat Hypothesis: An Ecoacoustics Perspective on Species Habitat Selection, Biosemiotics 2017, Volume 10, Issue 3, p. 319–336. As this year’s award winners, the authors are awarded a book voucher from Springer Publishers worth EUR 250, and an electronic subscription to Biosemiotics for one year.

Established at the annual meeting of the International Society for Biosemiotic Studies (ISBS) on July 3rd 2014, and in conjunction with Springer, publishers of the Society’s official journal, Biosemiotics, the Annual Biosemiotic Achievement Award seeks to recognize those papers published in the journal that present novel and potentially important contributions to the ongoing project of biosemiotic research, its scientific impact and its future prospects (as detailed at http://www.biosemiotics.org/statutes_of_the_annual_biosemiotic_achievement_award.pdf...

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