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Emeritus Professor Moss (right) receiving his award
Emeritus Professor Brian Moss from the School of Biological Sciences has been awarded the Institute of Ecology and Environment Management’s (IEEM) Medal for his lifelong contribution to the study of freshwater ecology.
He is one of the most influential freshwater ecologists in Europe and an international specialist in shallow-lake ecology. He has developed an extensive experimental pond system which assesses the process of ‘pond warming’. He is currently President of the International Society for Limnology.
The IEEM Medal is awarded in recognition of a distinguished contribution to the development, profile and influence of ecology and environment management.
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