Awards

2018 ASLO Award Recipients


Emily Stanley (University of Wisconsin, Madison) 
The G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award honors a scientist who has made considerable contributions to knowledge in limnology and oceanography, and whose future work promises a continuing legacy of scientific excellence. Emily Stanley (University of Wisconsin, Madison) is the 2018 award winner for her outstanding and synthetic contributions to our understanding of the roles of hydrology and the biogeochemistry of nitrogen and carbon in lake and stream ecology.
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Meredith Holgerson (Portland State University)
The Raymond L. Lindeman Award honoring a young author for an outstanding peer-reviewed, English-language paper in the aquatic sciences is being presented to Meredith Holgerson (Portland State University) for her paper, “Large contribution to inland water CO2 and CH4 emissions from very small ponds,” which advances the understanding of the role of small ponds in the global carbon cycle.
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Lisa Levin (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
The Alfred C. Redfield Lifetime Achievement Award award honors major, long-term achievements in the fields of limnology and oceanography, including research, education, and service to the community and society. Lisa Levin (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) is the 2018 recipient of the A.C Redfield Award for her extraordinary long-term contributions to understanding the composition and function of seafloor ecosystems, and for her leadership in identifying and communicating anthropogenic pressures on aquatic ecosystems, with relevance to policies for sustainable and healthy seas.
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Margaret Palmer (University of Maryland, College Park) 
The Ruth Patrick Award honors scientists who have applied the aquatic sciences towards solving critical environmental problems. Margaret Palmer (University of Maryland, College Park) is the 2018 recipient of the Ruth Patrick Award in recognition for being a champion of solution-driven science for the protection of freshwaters.
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Robert Howarth (Cornell University) and co-authors
The John H. Martin Award recognizes a paper in aquatic sciences that is judged to have had a high impact on subsequent research in the field. The 2018 Martin Award is for Howarth, R. et al., 1996, Regional nitrogen budgets and riverine nitrogen and phosphorus fluxes for the drainages to the North Atlantic Ocean: natural and human influences (Biogeochemistry 35: 75-139). Howarth et al (1996) presented a unique budget approach for large river basins and documented unambiguously that riverine nitrogen fluxes are positively related to net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs.
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Cynthia Hagley (Minnesota Sea Grant College Program)
The Ramón Margalef Award for Excellence in Education honoring excellence in teaching and mentoring in the fields of limnology and oceanography is awarded to Cynthia Hagley (Minnesota Sea Grant College Program). Hagley is recognized for her vision and success at developing career-long relationships among scientists and educators, for impacting thousands of students, and for making environmental and aquatic data understandable to non-specialists.
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Cayelan Carey (Virginia Tech)
The Yentsch-Schindler Early Career Award honors an early-career scientist for outstanding and balanced contributions to research, science training, and broader societal issues such as resource management, conservation, policy, and public education. The 2018 recipient is Cayelan Carey (Virginia Tech) for outstanding and balanced contributions to research on the causes and effects of cyanobacterial blooms, science training, and broader societal issues such as lake and reservoir management, drinking water policy, and public education.
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