At the 7 December annual meeting, the Bradley Best paper was awarded to Brent Goehring (Tulane University) for Holocene Glacier Length. Variations along the Spine of the American Cordillera. Confirming Hypotheses and Worrisome Trends. The Best paper is awarded $200. The runner-up for the Best Paper was awarded to Jan Hellman (UMD) for Fractionation and Mixing Processes in the Early Solar System inferred from Tellurium Isotope Variations in Chondrites. The runner-up paper is awarded $100. The best informal communication was from Kadie Bennis (NMNH) for a presentation on the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai eruption. The best informal communication is awarded $50. The Sleeping Bear award goes to Steve Shirey.
Apologies that we couldn't tweet out the details for the other two speakers last night, there was some error preventing folks from posting, including us. A frustrating bug when we want to promote everyone in our lineup equally but we'll try again next time!
Who's speaking at tonight's HYBRID meeting of the Geological Society of Washington? Dr. Jay Pulli is!
Tonight's the first Geological Society of Washington meeting of 2023!
The meeting will be VIRTUAL only on Zoom and feature three talks:
Tonight's the final meeting of our fall lineup! Hybrid style in person with our friends @theAGU and online via Zoom. Instead of hearing three different talks, we'll receive the presidential address from our current President Larry Meinert!