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GJI Student Author Award Scheme

Last Updated on Monday, 29 March 2010 12:29
Published on Monday, 22 March 2010 16:53

Joern Groos, Jessica Irving and Mitchell Barklage are the 2009 winners of the GJI_3.jpgGeophysical Journal International Student Author Awards  for the best papers lead - authored by young scientists in the field.

  •   Joern Groos, from the Geophysical Institute of the University of Karlsruhe for his paper "Time domain classification and quantification of seismic noise in an urban environment" (J.C. Groos and J.R.R. Ritter)
  •  Jessica Irving, Institute of Theoretical Geophysics & Bullard Laboratories,University of Cambridge for  "Normal mode coupling due to hemispherical anisotropic structure in Earth's inner core"( J.C.E. Irving, A. Deuss and J.H. Woodhouse).
  •  Mitchell Barklage, from Washington University - St. Louis for "Upper mantle seismic anisotropy of South Victoria Land and the Ross Sea coast, Antarctica from SKS and SKKS splitting analysis" ( M. Barklage, D.A. Wiens, A. Nyblade and S. Anandakrishnan).

In addition to receiving a cash prize and  certificate. acknowledgement will be made at the American Geophysical Union meeting in December 2009 and the EGU General Assembly meeting in April 2010. The winning papers will also be highlighted on the Geophysical Journal International web site homepage