We are pleased to announce that Tadas Nikonovas from the Department of Geography at Swansea University is the winner of this year’s QMRG Undergraduate Dissertation Prize. Tadas’ dissertation entitled “Artificial light emissions in Europe. Trends from a DMSP satellite fifteen year record” was applauded for its interesting and relevant topic, its use of complex quantitative methods and its publication quality figures and formatting.
The QMRG offers a prize each year for the best undergraduate dissertation. Entries are assessed by at least two judges who are required to provide a mark out of ten and a paragraph of justification for each. This year the QMRG had entries from 10 geography departments in the UK.
If possible we will post a copy of the winning entry here.