The 2015 award to Dr Michelle Johnson in recognition of the originality and significance of her contribution ‘Quantifying the rate and depth dependence of bioturbation based on optically-stimulated luminescence (OSL) dates and meteoric 10Be.’ ESPL 39, 1188-1196.
One of Dick Chorley’s lasting contributions to geomorphology lies in the post-graduate students whom he inspired and guided at the start of their academic careers. Many have gone on to academic careers themselves, and include several of the leading figures in British geomorphology. In recognition of Dick’s commitment to serving the future of the discipline, the BSG has decided to honour his memory by creating the Dick Chorley Medal and Prize (£500) for Postgraduate Research. The award is made for a published paper based on PhD research and nominees should be within 4 years of their PhD award at the time of nomination.
The nominations are drawn together at the end of January each year.