Eerik Kumari Award

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The Eerik Kumari Award (Estonian: Eerik Kumari looduskaitsepreemia ) is a prestigious award given to those who have excelled in bioscience in Estonia since 1989. It is named after Eerik Kumari (1912–1984), who was chairman of the National Conservation Committee of the Estonian Academy of Sciences from 1952 to 1977.[1]

The Eerik Kumari award is valued at 30,000 kroons.

Recipients[edit]

  • 1989 Fred Jüssi
  • 1990 Aare Mäemets
  • 1991 Rein Maran
  • 1992 Viktor Masing
  • 1993 Mari Reitalu
  • 1994 Madis Aruja
  • 1995 Ilse Rootsmäe, Lemming Rootsmäe
  • 1996 Arvi Järvekülg, Linda Metsaorg
  • 1997 Hella Kink, Juhan Lepasaar
  • 1998 Vaike Hang, Anto Raukas
  • 1999 Vilju Lilleleht
  • 2000 Veljo Ranniku
  • 2001 Ann Marvet
  • 2002 Edgar Valter
  • 2003 Jaan Eilart
  • 2004 Tiit Leito
  • 2005 Enn-Aavo Pirrus
  • 2006 Tiit Randla
  • 2007 Loit Reintam
  • 2008 Erast Parmasto
  • 2009 Hans Trass, Tiit Petersoo
  • 2010 Rein Einasto
  • 2011 Jaan Riis
  • 2012 Taivo Kastepõld
  • 2013 Gennadi Skromnov
  • 2014 Aivar Leito
  • 2015 Tiit Sillaots

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eerik Kumari Award is waiting for its owner". Ministry of the Environment, Estonia. Retrieved 7 January 2015. 

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