F.W. Clarke Medal

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The F.W. Clarke Medal is an annual award presented by the Geochemical Society to an early-career scientist for a single outstanding contribution to geochemistry or cosmochemistry, published either as a single paper or a series of papers on a single topic.[1] The award is named after Frank Wigglesworth Clarke, who is considered[by whom?] the "father of geochemistry".

List of recipients[edit]

Source: Geochemical Society

  • 1972 Dimitri A. Papanastassiou
  • 1973 Hiroshi Ohmoto
  • 1974 Lawrence Grossman
  • 1975 David Walker
  • 1976 James R. Wood
  • 1977 Bjorn O. Mysen
  • 1978 Donald J. DePaolo
  • 1979 Antonio C. Lasaga
  • 1980 R.W. Potter, II
  • 1981 Jean-Francois Minster
  • 1982 P. Jonathan Patchett
  • 1983 E. Bruce Watson
  • 1984 Andrew S. MacKenzie
  • 1985 Edward M. Stolper
  • 1986 Mark D. Kurz
  • 1987 Eiichi Takahashi
  • 1988 Fred M. Phillips
  • 1989 No Award Given
  • 1990 Richard J. Walker
  • 1991 David M. Sherman
  • 1992 Emily Klein
  • 1993 Youxue Zhang
  • 1994 Carl B. Agee
  • 1995 Rebecca A. Lange
  • 1996 Patricia M. Dove
  • 1997 Jonathan Blundy
  • 1998 Munir Humayun
  • 1999 Andre Scheidegger
  • 2000 James Farquhar
  • 2001 Craig C. Lundstrom
  • 2002 Ruth E. Blake
  • 2003 Paul D. Asimow
  • 2004 Andrea G. Grottoli
  • 2005 James A. van Orman
  • 2006 Alexis S. Templeton
  • 2007 Ethan F. Baxter
  • 2008 Andrew D. Jacobson
  • 2009 Cin-Ty Lee
  • 2010 Thorsten Kleine
  • 2011 Rajdeep Dasgupta
  • 2012 David T. Johnston
  • 2013 Blair Schoene
  • 2014 Matthew G. Jackson
  • 2015 Anat Shahar
  • 2016 Laurence Yeung

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "F.W. Clarke Award". Geochemical Society. Retrieved 29 November 2016. 

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