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The Tyndall History of Global Environmental Change Lecture is presented annually and recognizes outstanding contributions to our understanding of global environmental change. It honors the life and work of physicist John Tyndall, who confirmed the importance of the greenhouse effect.
AGU is proud to recognize our section honorees. Recipients of the Tyndall History of Global Environmental Change Lecture will receive the following benefits with the honor:
Recognition in Eos
Recognition at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year
Complimentary meeting registration the year the lecture is presented
Invitation to present at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year
To better understand eligibility for nominators, supporters and Global Environmental Change Award Committee members, review AGU’s Honors Conflict of Interest Policy.
The following relationships need to be identified and communicated to the Award Committee but will not disqualify individuals from participating in the nomination or committee review process. These apply to committee members, nominators, and supporters:
Individuals with the following relationships are disqualified from participating in the award nomination process as a nominator or supporter:
Your nomination package must contain a nomination letter, which should be no more than three pages in length per document. For nomination information, please contact the Global Environmental Change Award Chair, Philip Mote.
The letter should state how the nominee meets the selection criteria and include details about the nominee's record of producing cutting-edge science relevant to global environmental change and how the nominee's work complements that of John Tyndall. The letter should also detail the nominee's record as an engaging and effective speaker to a non-specialist audience. Nominator’s signature, name, title, institution, and contact information are required and letterhead is preferred.
Nominations are now closed. The 2021 Nominations for all AGU honors will open on Thursday 15 October 2020.
Year of honor
Inez Y. Fung
James Rodger Fleming
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