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Staff Awards & Honors

June 2018

ASGC Researchers Receive Editorial Awards for Journal Reviews


Top row, left to right: Ben Bond-Lamberty, Ben Kravitz, and Hui Wan, 2017 AGU Editors' Citation recipients. Bottom row, left to right: Chandan Sarangi, 2018 Advances in Atmospheric Sciences Editor's Award winner, and Sean Turner, 2018 Environmental and Water Resources Institute Best Reviewer. Enlarge Image.

Five researchers in Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Atmospheric Sciences & Global Change Division were honored as outstanding journal reviewers in 2017 and 2018.

Drs. Ben Bond-Lamberty, Ben Kravitz, and Hui Wan received 2017 Editors' Citations for Excellence in Refereeing from American Geophysical Union (AGU) journals.

Bond-Lamberty was recognized by Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Kravitz by Earth's Future, and Wan by Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. It is the second year in a row that Bond-Lamberty, a terrestrial ecology scientist, and Kravitz, an atmospheric scientist, have received AGU Editors' Citations from their respective journals. Wan, an atmospheric scientist, is a first-time honoree.

Established in 1919, AGU is a nonprofit organization of Earth and space scientists with more than 60,000 members worldwide.

Dr. Chandan Sarangi, a postdoctoral fellow in atmospheric science, received an Advances in Atmospheric Sciences Editor's Award as a reviewer of outstanding merit in 2018. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences is a monthly journal that publishes scientific peer-reviewed papers on the dynamics, physics, and chemistry of the atmosphere and ocean. It also covers atmospheric science achievements and developments.

Dr. Sean Turner, a postdoctoral fellow in integrated human-Earth system modeling, was named the 2018 Environmental and Water Resources Institute Best Reviewer. The award is given by the editor of Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, a monthly publication of the American Society of Civil Engineers.


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