The science book of the year tells about Finnish trees and their inhabitants

The prize is awarded annually by the Finnish Association of Scientific Publishers together with the delegation of the Scientific Societies.

Finland has been voted the best science book of the past year Petri Keto-Tokoin and Juha Siitonen works Tree dwellers – Companion species of Finnish trees (Gaudeamus 2021).

According to the jury, the impressive book brings together information about Finnish trees and their various natural companions and makes an excellent synthesis of these. According to the jury, no comprehensive work on the subject has been published before.

The prize is awarded annually by the Finnish Association of Scientific Publishers together with the delegation of the Scientific Societies. The prize is 25,000 euros.

The prize is funded by royalties collected by the copyright organization Kopiosto. The Science Book of the Year award has been given since 1989.

By Editor

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