Leonard Medal

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Leonard Medal
Awarded for outstanding contributions to the science of meteoritics and closely allied fields.
Presented by Meteoritical Society
Reward Medal
First awarded 1966

The Leonard Medal honors outstanding contributions to the science of meteoritics and closely allied fields. It is awarded by the Meteoritical Society. It was established in 1962 to honor the first President of the Society, Frederick C. Leonard.[1]

Leonard Medal Winners[edit]

Leonard Medal Winners
Year Name
1966 Carlyle Smith Beals
1967 Harvey H. Nininger
1968 Ernst Öpik
1969 Harold C. Urey
1970 Fred L. Whipple
1971 E. L. Krinov
1972 Brian Harold Mason
1973 John Reynolds
1974 Edward Anders
1975 Gerald J. Wasserburg
1976 James A. Arnold
1977 Hans E. Suess
1978 John A. Wood
1979 Paul Ramdohr
1980 Heinrich Wänke
1981 George W. Wetherill
1982 Robert N. Clayton
1983 Johannes Geiss
1984 B. Y. Levin
1985 Eugene M. Shoemaker
1986 Ralph Belknap Baldwin
1987 Masatake Honda
1988 Klaus Keil
1989 Victor S. Safronov
1990 Peter Eberhardt
1991 Donald D. Clayton
1992 John T. Wasson
1993 Robert M. Walker (scientist)
1994 Alastair Cameron
1995 Friedrich Begemann
1996 Donald E. Brownlee
1997 Ernst Zinner
1998 S. Ross Taylor
1999 Grenville Turner
2000 Günter W. Lugmair
2001 Harry Y. McSween Jr
2002 Donald D. Bogard
2003 Herbert Palme
2004 Michael Julian Drake
2005 Joseph I. Goldstein
2006 Michael J. Gaffey
2007 Michel Maurette
2008 Edward R. D. Scott
2009 Lawrence Grossman
2010 Hiroshi Takeda
2011 François Robert
2012 Donald Burnett
2013 Ahmed El Goresy
2014 Roger Hewins

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Awards". The Meteoritical Society. Archived from the original on 5 December 2012.