RP marine scientist wins award
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A Filipino scientist has won the world's most prestigious award in marine conservation, and won $150,000 for a project "to protect this essential habitat." Jurgenne Honculada Primavera, a senior scientist at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center in Tigbauan town here, was chosen as one of this year's five Pew Fellows in Marine Conservation. Primavera will receive $150,000, roughly P8 million, for her three-year project that will "become part of the world's premier network for ocean science and conservation," said an announcement from Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation, a copy of which was sent to TODAY.
Sorza, R. J. (2005, February 8). RP marine scientist wins award. Today, pp. 1, 12.
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