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ISAR Student Conference Awards: Past Winners

ISAR offers Student Conference Awards to provide support to students for presenting their work at international conferences or scientific meetings that align with the Purpose of the Society, to promote the training and development of the next generation of aeolian researchers.

Past winners of an ISAR Student Conference Award include:


Clémence Herny (University of Nantes), Fall 2012, to present at the Martian Cryosphere Workshop, Wroclaw, Poland: “Action of sublimation in the formation of spiral-shaped ice megadunes on the martian polar caps”

Baoli Liu (University of Hull), Spring 2013, to present at the 8th IAG International Conference on Geomorphology, Paris, France: “Modelling the interaction between sand dunes and rivers, and the impact on geomorphology”

Andrew Dansie (University of Oxford), Spring 2014, to present at ICAR-VIII, Lanzhou, China: “Fertilisation of the Southern Atlantic: Ephemeral River Valleys as a replenishing dust source”

Mark Demitroff (University of Delaware), Spring 2014, to present at the 4th European Conference on Permafrost (EUCOP): “Observations on Ventifacts and Wind-polished boulders in Pleistocene Coversands, Ice-marginal New Jersey”

Laura Korte (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research), Spring 2014, to present at ICAR-VIII, Lanzhou, China: “Marine environmental effects of Saharan dust deposition - changing climate through ocean fertilization?”

Hongwei Li (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS), Spring 2014, to present at ICAR-VIII, Lanzhou, China: “Vegetation variation in Xilin Gol and its implications for desertification control under the warming climate”

Christy Swann (Texas A&M University), Spring 2014, to present at ICAR-VIII, Lanzhou, China: “Wind-Blown Sand:“Evaluating the Fluid Threshold of Motion”

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