In 2015, an anonymous donor made a major gift to the Geochemical Society to launch a new endowed lecture to highlight innovative research in biogeochemistry. This prestigious lecture series, presented annually at the Goldschmidt Conference, recognizes a prominent scientist who is making cutting-edge field-based measurements or laboratory measurements on field samples in the area of biogeochemistry.
The nomination deadline for the next lecture is Jan. 8, 2021. The lecturer will receive a complimentary registration and travel stipend.
- Nominee's CV (up to 4 pages)
- List of publications and recent presentations
- Link to nominee's webpage, if available
- A recommendation letter from the nominator (up to 2 pages)
|2020||Samantha (Mandy) Joye||Novel Approaches Reveal Unexpected Biogeochemical Dynamics in Extreme Environments|
|2019||Jennifer Pett-Ridge||Impacts of Dynamic Soil Redox on Biogeochemical Transformations and Soil Microbiomes|
|2018||Adina Paytan||Isotopes, Genes and Technology: The Past, Present and Future of Corals|
|2017||Ariel D. Anbar||Designing an Integrated Theory of Earth's Biogeochemical Evolution|
|2016||Antje Boetius||Effects of the Declining Sea-Ice on the Arctic Ocean Ecosystem: Life Matters (video)|