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Paleontological Society Medal

The Paleontological Society Medal the most prestigious honor bestowed by the Paleontological Society, is awarded to a person whose eminence is based on advancement of knowledge in paleontology.[1]

Awardees

Year Recipient
1963 Raymond C. Moore
1964 G. Arthur Cooper
1966 Alfred S. Romer
1967 Carl O. Dunbar
1970 Ralph W. Chaney
1971 Preston E. Cloud
1972 Katherine VanWinkle Palmer
1973 George Gaylord Simpson
1974 John W. Wells
1975 Frank M. Carpenter
1976 Kenneth E. Caster
1977 Wendell Woodring
1978 James M. Schopf
1979 Norman D. Newell
1980 Everett C. Olson
1981 Harold S. Ladd
1982 Alfred R.Loeblich, Jr. & Helen Tappan
1983 Harry B. Whittington
1984 Curt Teichert
1985 William A. Cobban
1986 Heinz A. Lowenstam
1987 Harlan P. Banks
1988 Rousseau H. Flower & J. Wyatt Durham
1989 Thomas W. Amsden
1990 Daniel I. Axelrod
1991 Norman F. Sohl
1992 Malcolm C. McKenna
1993 Adolf Seilacher
1994 Walter C. Sweet
1995 Alfred G. Fischer
1996 James W. Valentine
1997 David M. Raup
1998 Allison R. Palmer
1999 Arthur J. Boucot
2000 Jack A. Wolfe
2001 Alan H. Cheetham
2002 Stephen Jay Gould
2003 Richard K. Bambach
2004 Martin A.Buzas
2005 Andrew H. Knoll
2006 Geerat J. Vermeij
2007 Steven M. Stanley
2008 Niles Eldredge
2009 Jeremy Jackson
2010 Bruce Runnegar
2011 Stig Bergström
2012 J. William Schopf
2013 Estella Leopold

References

  1. ^ Paleontology Society awards page http://www.paleosoc.org/awards.html
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