Hellenica World

Appleton Medal and Prize

The Appleton medal and prize is awarded for distinguished research in environmental, earth or atmospheric physics. It was originally called the "Chree medal and prize" after Dr. Charles Chree[1] but was renamed in 2008 by the Institute of Physics.[2] It is currently awarded in even-dated years.

Recipients of the Appleton medal and prize

2010 Myles Allen [3]
2008 Ann Wintle [4]


Recipients of the Chree medal and prize

2007 Michele Dougherty [5]
2006 David Gubbins
2005 Barbara A Maher
2004 Joanna Dorothy Haigh
2003 Michael Lockwood
2002 Peter Thomas Woods
2001 Joseph Charles Farman, Brian Gerard Gardiner and Jonathan David Shanklin
1999 John Edward Harries and Ronald Woodman
1997 John Michael David Coey
1995 Tudor Bowden Jones
1993 Alan Hugh Cook
1991 Lance Thomas
1989 John Nye
1987 Brian John Hoskins
1985 Adrian Edmund Gill
1983 William John Granville Beynon
1981 Keith Anthony Browning
1979 John Theodore Houghton
1977 Drummond Hoyle Matthews and Frederick John Vine
1975 Raymond Hide
1973 David Robert Bates
1971 Desmond George King-Hele
1969 Stanley Keith Runcorn
1967 John Herbert Chapman
1965 Basil John Mason
1963 Maurice Neville Hill
1961 Scott Ellsworth Forbush
1959 Reginald Cockcroft Sutcliffe
1957 Edward C Bullard
1955 David Forbes Martyn
1953 Julius Bartels
1951 George C Simpson
1949 Gordon Miller Bourne Dobson
1947 Edward V Appleton
1945 John Adam Fleming
1943 Basil Ferdinand Jamieson Schonland
1941 Sydney Chapman


References

^ "The Chree Medal and Prize" (in English). Institute of Physics. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
^ "Appleton medal and prize" (in English). Institute of Physics. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
^ "Appleton medal recipients". Institute of Physics. p. 1. Retrieved 26 August 2010.
^ "Professor Ann Wintle". Aberystwyth University. p. 1. Retrieved 26 August 2010.
^ Reeves, Danielle (13 October 2006). "Two Imperial physicists win prestigious national awards". Imperial College London. p. 1. Retrieved 26 August 2010.

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