The Peter Jones Memorial Award
Peter Jones was a noted estuarine scientist and manager who played a major role in the recovery of the Mersey Estuary. He had a long-standing association with ECSA and was a prime-mover in mentoring research students. This prize is given in honour of his name.
Terms and Conditions
The Peter Jones Memorial Award is given to a PhD research student, or a recent doctorate or an MSc/MRes research student for a research publication that makes a major contribution to knowledge in estuarine science, technology or management. The prize will be awarded annually and will consist of a cash award of £500 and a framed certificate. The conditions are:
- The award is open to current PhD research students or research students who have held a PhD for a maximum of 24 months. Exceptionally, the award is also open to current MSc/MRes research students or students who have held their award for a maximum of 24 months.
- Applicants can be from anywhere in the world but must hold a current membership of ECSA.
- The article must be in a journal listed in the Science Citation Index and publication in a journal having a high impact factor would be an advantage.
- The application form is only available to ECSA Members and will be shown at the bottom of this page when logged in.
- The application form must be completed and she/he is required to describe the excellence of the contribution to knowledge.
- The application form, and a pdf of the publication, should be submitted to the Secretary of ECSA by 30 September in any year.
- The quality of the applications will be judged by the Awards Committee comprising three members of the ECSA Council. Their decision will be final and notification of the outcome will be made within 30 days.
- The successful applicant will be required to write an article about the research for the ECSA Bulletin. Payments will be made on the receipt of an article.