Peter M. Shearer was awarded the 2020 Inge Lehmann Medal at the virtual AGU Fall Meeting in December. The medal is for “contributions to the understanding of the structure, composition, and dynamics of the Earth’s mantle and core.”
Growing Healthy City Canopies
In our June issue, Eos looks at how scientists and city planners are partnering to protect our vital urban forests.
Claire L. Parkinson Receives the 2020 Roger Revelle Medal
Claire L. Parkinson was awarded the 2020 Roger Revelle Medal at the virtual AGU Fall Meeting in December. The medal is for “outstanding contributions in atmospheric sciences, atmosphere-ocean coupling, atmosphere-land coupling, biogeochemical cycles, climate or related aspects of the Earth system.”
Rien van Genuchten Receives 2020 Robert E. Horton Medal
Rien van Genuchten was awarded the 2020 Robert E. Horton Medal at the virtual AGU Fall Meeting in December 2020. The medal is for “outstanding contributions to hydrology.”
Tamas I. Gombosi Receives 2020 John Adam Fleming Medal
Tamas I. Gombosi was awarded the 2020 John Adam Fleming Medal at the virtual AGU Fall Meeting in December. The medal is for “original research and technical leadership in geomagnetism, atmospheric electricity, aeronomy, space physics, and/or related sciences.”
Anthony Brian Watts Receives 2020 Maurice Ewing Medal
Anthony Brian Watts was awarded the 2020 Maurice Ewing Medal at the virtual AGU Fall Meeting in December. The medal is for “significant original contributions to the ocean sciences.”
Susan L. Beck Receives 2020 Walter H. Bucher Medal
Susan L. Beck was awarded the 2020 Walter H. Bucher Medal at the virtual AGU Fall Meeting in December. The medal is for “original contributions to the basic knowledge of the crust and lithosphere.”
Paying Attention to the “Ignorosphere”
Scientists discuss geospace and what we could learn if we put some more eyes on this region in the atmosphere. Read more in our special themed issue.
Crossing the Shoreline
As the decade-long GeoPRISMS program comes to an end this spring, Eos’s April issue features just a few its accomplishments.
Building Equity into Hazards Research
In the March issue of Eos, we look at how scientists who study earthquakes, floods, and other hazards are factoring people into their models.