STANLEY R. HART
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Tel: (508) 289-2837; FAX: 508-457-2175; E-mail: email@example.com
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B. S., 1956
California Institute of Technology, M. S., 1957
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph. D., 1960
Carnegie Fellow, 1960-1961
Staff Member, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1961-1975
Visiting Associate Professor, University of California,
San Diego, 1966-1967
Professor, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary
Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1975-1989;
Visiting Professor, 1989 - 1992
Senior Scientist, Department of Geology and Geophysics,
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1989-
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND AFFILIATIONS:
Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research, 1966-1968.
Associate Editor, Reviews of Geophysics, 1970-1972.
Associate Editor, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 1970-1976.
Advisory Editor, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors,
Advisory Editor, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 1978-1987.
Advisory Editor, Chemical Geology, 1985-2003.
Editorial Advisory Board, G3, 1999-
National Science Foundation Earth Science Advisory Panel,
National Science Foundation Advisory Comm. for Earth Sciences,
National Science Foundation Ocean Science Decadal Planning
National Research Council Associateship Program Review Panel,
JOIDES Igneous and Metamorphic Petrography Panel, 1970-1975.
U. S. National Committee for Geochemistry, 1973-1976 (Vice-Chairman,
1974; Chairman, 1975; Subcommittee on "Orientations
for Geochemistry", 1972-1973).
U. S. National Committee for the International Geological
Correlations Program, 1974-1976.
Co-chief scientist, Leg 34, Deep Sea Drilling Project, 1973/1974.
IUGS Subcommittee on Petrology of Igneous and Metamorphic
Rocks of Oceanic Regions, 1971
Director, M. I. T. Alumni Summer College, (July 1977).
Co-convenor, Carnegie Institution Conference on "Plate
Tectonics and Evolution of Continents" March 1972.
Organizing Committee, summer school on "Chemistry and
Physics of Planetary Interiors", Corsica, August 1973.
Organizing Committee, "International Conference on
the Geology and Chemistry of the Oldest Precambrian Rocks",
Ocean Crust Panel, International Phase of Ocean Drilling
Organizing Committee, "Second International Kimberlite
Basaltic Volcanism Study Project, Team 7, Lunar Science
Vice-Chairman, University of Paris VI Visiting Committee,
Member, Brown University Visiting Committee, 1977; Yale
University Visiting Committee, 1985; Carnegie Institution
of Washington Visiting Committee, 1986-1989; 1994; Max-Planck
Institut für Chemie, Mainz, 1993-2003; Mass. Inst.
of Technology Visiting Committee, 1999-2003.
Geochemical Society; program committee, 1971-1972; nominating
committee, 1975; Clarke Medal Committee, 1979-1982; Council,
1980-1983; Vice President, 1983-1985, President, 1985-1987;
Fellows Committee Chair, 1995-1996; Goldschmidt Medal Committee,
Performance Evaluation Committee III, Ocean Drilling Program,
Co-Convenor, Plume 2 Conference, Rottach-Egern, Germany,
Co-Convenor, Plume 3 Conference; Kona, Hawaii, 2000.
Advisory Board, Society for Amateur Scientists, 1995 -
Chief Scientist, AVON 3 cruise, March 1999.
Co-Chief Scientist, Deep Freeze 2000 Cruise, March 2000.
Co-Chief Scientist, Deep Freeze 2001 Cruise, March 2001.
Ocean Studies Board, National Academies/National Research
Co-Principal Investigator, Ka'imikai-o-Kanaloa/Pisces V
Cruises, March 2005; July 2005.
Co-Chief Scientist, ALIA Cruise KM 05-06, April 2005.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
Fellow: Geological Society of America; American Geophysical Union; Geochemical
Society; European Association of Geochemistry.
Honorary Fellow, European Union of Geosciences.
National Academy of Sciences, 1983 -
President, Geochemical Society, 1985-1987.
Goldschmidt Medal, Geochemical Society, 1992.
Lester W. Strock and Family Honorarium, Geochemical Society,
Columbus O'Donnell Iselin chair for excellence in Oceanography,
W. H. O. I.,
1995 Daly Lecture, American Geophysical Union.
H. H. Hess Medal, American Geophysical Union, 1997.
The International Who's Who, listed 2000 -
Fourth Annual Alfred O. Nier Lecture, University of Minnesota,
Fellow, Deep Ocean Exploration Institute, W. H. O. I., 2004
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2005 -
Doctor Honoris Causa, Institut de Physique du Globe, University
of Paris, 2005.