Soliciting nominations for the GSA Structural Geology and Tectonics Outstanding Paper Award
naniemi at umich.edu
Sat Feb 1 21:50:41 UTC 2020
Help us continue to recognize the groundbreaking science done within our community by submitting a nomination for the 2020 Geological Society of America Structural Geology and Tectonics Division Outstanding Publication Award. This award is given annually for a published work (paper, book, or map) of exceptional distinction that clearly advances the science of structural geology or tectonics. The Outstanding Publication Award is not limited to members of the Division or the Society, and awardees may be single or multiple authors, with no restrictions as to nationality, citizenship, publisher or publishing agency.
The award may not be given posthumously unless the decision to give the award is made before the death of the awardee(s).
Nominations submitted in 2019 will be considered again this year.
The nomination process is simple, quick, and enjoyable.
(1) A full citation.
(2) Nomination (as short as a paragraph; letters or reviews may also be included).
Nominations might address these questions:
• Why is the publication exceptional?
• How has the contribution changed your work?
• What are specific advances made by the publication?
• How has the work influenced the work of others?
(3) Name and address of nominator.
The deadline for new nominations is March 1st. Nominations submitted in 2019 will be considered again this year.
Mail or e-mail nominations (or questions) to:
Nathan Niemi, Chair - Outstanding Publication Award Committee
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Michigan
1100 North University Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1005
Phone: (734) 764-6377
naniemi at umich.edu
More information on the Outstanding Publication Award can be found on the SGT Division webpage.
Professor and Director, Camp Davis Field Station
University of Michigan | Earth and Environmental Sciences
1100 N. University Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA
phone: +1 734.764.6377; email: naniemi at umich.edu
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