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Session programme

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MAL – Medal and Award Lectures

Programme group chair: Peter van der Beek

MAL0
EGU 2021 Angela Croome Award & Katja and Maurice Krafft Award Lectures
Conveners: Mioara Mandea, Terri Cook
Presentations
| Tue, 20 Apr, 17:00–18:45 (CEST)
MAL1a
EGU 2020/2021 Arthur Holmes Medal Lectures
Conveners: Alberto Montanari, Helen Glaves
Presentations
| Tue, 20 Apr, 11:30–14:30 (CEST)
MAL1b
EGU 2020/2021 Alfred Wegener Medal Lectures
Conveners: Alberto Montanari, Helen Glaves
Presentations
| Wed, 21 Apr, 11:30–14:30 (CEST)
MAL1c
EGU 2020/2021 Jean Dominique Cassini Medal Lectures & PS/ST Arne Richter Award for Outstanding ECS Lectures
Conveners: Alberto Montanari, Helen Glaves
Presentations
| Thu, 22 Apr, 11:00–15:00 (CEST)
MAL1d
EGU 2020/2021 Alexander von Humboldt Medal Lectures
Conveners: Alberto Montanari, Helen Glaves
Presentations
| Fri, 23 Apr, 11:30–12:30 (CEST), 13:30–14:30 (CEST)
MAL1e

Public information:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87893211057
Convener: Jonathan Bamber
Programme
| Mon, 19 Apr, 18:00–18:35 (CEST)
MAL2
AS 2020/2021 Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal Lectures, 2020 Division Outstanding ECS Award Lecture & 2021 Arne Richter Award for Outstanding ECS Lecture
Convener: Athanasios Nenes
Presentations
| Mon, 19 Apr, 15:00–17:00 (CEST)
MAL3
BG 2020/2021 Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky Medal Lectures, 2020 Division Outstanding ECS Award Lecture & 2021 Arne Richter Award for Outstanding ECS Lecture
Convener: Lisa Wingate
Presentations
| Fri, 23 Apr, 15:00–17:15 (CEST)
MAL4a
CL 2020/2021 Milutin Milankovic Medal Lectures & 2020 Arne Richter Award for Outstanding ECS Lecture
Conveners: Didier Roche, Irka Hajdas
Presentations
| Tue, 20 Apr, 10:30–12:30 (CEST)
MAL4b
CL 2020/2021 Hans Oeschger Medal Lectures & Division Outstanding ECS Award Lecture
Conveners: Irka Hajdas, Didier Roche
Presentations
| Tue, 20 Apr, 15:00–17:00 (CEST)
MAL5

This session will present the award and medal lecture of the EGU Division of Cryospheric Sciences for 2020 and 2021.

The 2020 Division Outstanding Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to Anna E. Hogg for outstanding research in the field of satellite remote sensing of the cryosphere and her contributions to science communications.

The 2021 Division Outstanding Early Career Scientist Award is awarded to Christine L. Batchelor for her contributions to cryospheric sciences by her studies on glacial history and palaeo-ice sheet reconstructions.

The 2020 Julia and Johannes Weertman Medal is awarded to Julienne C. Stroeve for her fundamental contributions to improved satellite observations of sea ice, better understanding of causes of sea ice variability and change, and her compelling communication to the wider public.

The 2021 Julia and Johannes Weertman Medal is awarded to Martyn Tranter for his outstanding fundamental contributions in the innovative and emerging field of glacial biogeochemistry, leading to the paradigm shift in recognizing bio-albedo effects.

Conveners: Olaf Eisen, Carleen Tijm-Reijmer
Presentations
| Wed, 21 Apr, 10:30–12:30 (CEST)
MAL6a
EMRP 2020 Louis Néel Medal Lecture & 2021 Division Outstanding ECS Award Lecture
Convener: Fabio Florindo | Co-convener: Sergio Vinciguerra
Presentations
| Fri, 23 Apr, 10:30–12:30 (CEST)
MAL6b
EMRP 2020 & 2021 Petrus Peregrinus Medal Lectures
Convener: Fabio Florindo | Co-convener: Sergio Vinciguerra
Presentations
| Fri, 23 Apr, 15:00–17:00 (CEST)
MAL7

Public information:
This session features outstanding early career scientists (ECS) lectures by our 2020 (Estanislao Pujades) and 2021 (Giorgia Dalla Santa) awardees. The current ERE president and vice president will intoduce the awardees and explain the context. Everyone is welcome to join these lectures, representing excellent research within the ERE domain!
Conveners: Sonja Martens, Viktor J. Bruckman
Presentations
| Tue, 27 Apr, 15:30–16:35 (CEST)
MAL8

This session is organised by the EGU Earth and Space Sciences Division to honour the recipients of the Ian McHarg Medal and the Early Career Scientist Award.

The Ian McHarg Medal is awarded for distinguished research in information technology applied to Earth and space sciences. It is named after Ian McHarg (1920-2001), a pioneer of the concept of ecological planning, who set forth the basic concepts of what was to become Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

The Earth and Space Science Informatics Division’s Outstanding Early Career Scientists is awarded for outstanding contributions to the field by researchers early in their career.

Convener: Jens Klump | Co-convener: Jane Hart
Presentations
| Tue, 20 Apr, 10:30–12:15 (CEST)