Award Recipients

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2004
David M. Karl
Professor of Oceanography, University of Hawaii
In recognition of "hss contributions to microbial oceanography, especially the development and leadership of long-term, integrated studies of chemical, physical, and biological variations in oceanic environments."
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1996
Bill J. Jenkins
Senior Scientist, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
In recognition of "his outstanding contributions to the development of the tritium-helium dating technique and its application to problems in ocean physics and biology and geochemistry, as well as his exceptional character and selfless dedication to the advance of science at WHOI."
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1993
Robert Weller
Senior Scientist, Physical Oceanography
Director, CICOR
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institutioin
1992
Alice Louise Alldredge
University of California, Santa Barbara
“In recognition of their creative contributions to biological and chemical oceanography, particularly in demonstrating the importance of ‘marine snow’ as a major contributor to the vertical flux of particulate matter throughout the worlds oceans.”
1992
Mary Wilcox Silver
University of California, Santa Cruz
“In recognition of their creative contributions to biological and chemical oceanography, particularly in demonstrating the importance of ‘marine snow’ as a major contributor to the vertical flux of particulate matter throughout the worlds oceans.”
1988
Hans Thomas Rossby
University of Rhode Island
“Their creative contributions to ocean technology and oceanography, particularly in the development of the SOFAR float and advancing out knowledge of Lagrangian ocean dynamics.”
1988
Douglas Chester Webb
Webb Research
“Their creative contributions to ocean technology and oceanography, particularly in the development of the SOFAR float and advancing out knowledge of Lagrangian ocean dynamics.”
1984
Arnold J. Gordon
Columbia University
In recognition for his “dedication in completing the Antarctic Circumpolar Survey and for his continued....”
1980
Holger W. Jannasch
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
In recognition of his “creative contributions to marine microbiology by providing us with an understanding of the fundamentals of microbial processes in the sea and the dynamics of oceanic food chains.”
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1979
Wolfgang Helmut Berger
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego
In recognition of his “creative contributions to paleoceanography by opening the doors of perception on the controlling factors governing carbonate sedimentation in the oceans, and for providing us with a unifying conceptual model for interpreting the geological evolution of ocean basins.”
1974
Henry M. Stommel
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
1970
Frederick J. Vine
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
In recognition of his “imaginative and sound contributions to man’s understanding of the formative processes active within the earth.”
1966
Columbus O'D Iselin
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
1964
Bruce C. Heezen
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
1962
John C. Swallow
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
1960
Henry Bryant Bigelow
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


 

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