2014 (23rd) Prof. Daniel H. Janzen & Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio)
Polinización nocturna por Sphingidae por Daniel Janzen
Daniel Janzen, 2011 BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Ecology
Daniel Janzen un ecólogo de premio
Daniel Janzen, premio Fronteras en Ecología y Biología de la Conservación 2011
Daniel Hunt Janzen is an evolutionary ecologist, biologist, conservationist. He divides his time between his professorship in biology at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has been since 1976, and his research and field work in Costa Rica, where he is an ad honorem technical advisor for two long-term and long-range projects, which he conceived and initiated in the early 1970s: Area de Conservación Guanacaste, one of the oldest, largest and most successful habitat restoration project in the world, 1.430 km², located just south of the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border, between the Pacific Ocean and the Cordillera de Tilaran; and the Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio), a research organisation that has taken the task of inventorying, cataloguing and describing the country's gigantic natural endowment. He has been influential in the creation of a "model" park, the Area de Conservacion Guanacaste in Costa Rica's northern region of Guanacaste. This park exemplifies Dr. Janzen's beliefs about how a park should be run. It is known for being the site of considerable biological research and for forest restoration and community outreach.