the Society's awards

the Society's awards The Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal comprises a gold medal and a certificate. The medal has on one side the insignia of the Society and on the other side the name of the medal, the name of the recipient and the year. The award is presented on the basis of outstanding contributions to man's understanding of the structure or behavior of the atmosphere. It represents the highest honor that the Society can bestow upon an atmospheric scientist. The award may be made annually but the Awards Committee should not hesitate to pass over a year when there is no outstanding nomination. The Jule G. Charney Award is granted to individuals in recognition of highly significant research or development achievement in the atmospheric or hydrospheric sciences. The award (formerly the Second Half Century Award) was given for the first time at the celebration of the Society's 50th Anniversary and is in the form of a medallion accompanied by a nominal stipend. The Charles Franklin Brooks Award for Outstanding Services to the Society is made to an individual who has made important contributions to the Society, usually over a period of years. Award is made on occasion, as the circumstances dictate. The http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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The Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal comprises a gold medal and a certificate. The medal has on one side the insignia of the Society and on the other side the name of the medal, the name of the recipient and the year. The award is presented on the basis of outstanding contributions to man's understanding of the structure or behavior of the atmosphere. It represents the highest honor that the Society can bestow upon an atmospheric scientist. The award may be made annually but the Awards Committee should not hesitate to pass over a year when there is no outstanding nomination. The Jule G. Charney Award is granted to individuals in recognition of highly significant research or development achievement in the atmospheric or hydrospheric sciences. The award (formerly the Second Half Century Award) was given for the first time at the celebration of the Society's 50th Anniversary and is in the form of a medallion accompanied by a nominal stipend. The Charles Franklin Brooks Award for Outstanding Services to the Society is made to an individual who has made important contributions to the Society, usually over a period of years. Award is made on occasion, as the circumstances dictate. The

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