Sewall Wright Award

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The Sewall Wright Award is given annually by the American Society of Naturalists to a "senior-level" and active investigator making fundamental contributions the conceptual unification of the biological sciences. The award was established in 1991 and named after Sewall Wright. The recipient need not be a member of the Society or an American. A plaque and award of $1,000 are presented at a banquet.[1]

Award recipients[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Secretary's Report. 1992. (1992). American Naturalist, 140:1058. JSTOR 2462935
  2. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Robert T. Paine doi:10.1086/513833
  3. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Douglas Joel Futuyma doi:10.1086/513674
  4. ^ Sewall Wright Award: William Donald Hamiltondoi:10.1086/303156
  5. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Janis Antonovics doi:10.1086/303305
  6. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Ilkka A. Hanski doi:10.1086/338777
  7. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Linda Partridgedoi:10.1086/367716
  8. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Mary Jane West‐Eberharddoi:10.1086/381946
  9. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Rudolf A. Raff doi:10.1086/427345
  10. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Robert E. Ricklefs doi:10.1086/498280
  11. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Brian Charlesworth doi:10.1086/510731
  12. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Dolph Schluter doi:10.1086/524694
  13. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Spencer Barrett doi:10.1086/593708
  14. ^ Sewall Wright Award: Michael Wade doi:10.1086/649134

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