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The Future Horizons in Climate Science: Turco Lectureship is presented annually and recognizes significant interdisciplinary scientific research, discoveries, or advancements in climate science. Established through a generous donation by Richard and Linda Turco, this lecture identifies future areas of research that will engage both new and established scientific talent in solving the problem of global warming and related issues.
Lecture topics can represent any field relevant to climate systems, and speakers are encouraged to address implications for climate-related policy, as well as expanding the base of knowledge on climate change, processes, and manipulation. This lecture is presented annually during the AGU Fall Meeting as a part of the Atmospheric Sciences Section programming.
AGU is proud to recognize our section honorees. Recipients of the Future Horizons in Climate Science: Turco Lectureship will receive the following benefits with the honor:
Named section lectures are not required to follow a nomination cycle process (i.e. submit a nomination package). Sections have the flexibility to adopt the process that will best serve their communities in seeking lecture recipients.
The Turco Lectureship does not have a formal nomination process. Should you have questions regarding its requirements, please contact James Hurrell, Atmospheric Sciences section president.
Nominations for the Turco Lectureship are being accepted. Nominations can be submitted to James Hurrell until 1 June 2020. Should you have any questions, please contact AGU honors or James Hurrell for assistance.
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