Peer nomination required
Recognizing Outstanding Cryospheric Science Communicators
The John F. Nye Lecture is presented annually and recognizes recent accomplishments and outstanding ability to present exciting scientific research and findings to AGU member scientists outside the Cryosphere section.
This lecture honors the work of cryospheric science pioneer, John F. Nye, and is presented at the Cryosphere section reception at the AGU Fall Meeting.
A diversity of nationality, race, gender, and career stage in nominees is encouraged.
- A lecture certificate
- Recognition in Eos
- Recognition at AGU's annual meeting the year the honor is awarded
- An invitation to present the Nye Lecture at AGU's annual meeting the year the honor is awarded
- Four hotel nights and two tickets to the Honors Banquet at AGU's annual meeting the year the honor is awarded
About the Cryosphere Sciences Section
Cryospheric science studies the portion of the Earth’s surface where water is in a solid form, usually snow or ice. This includes ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice, freshwater ice, snow, and permafrost (frozen ground).