The recipient of the 2002 Joseph A. Cushman Award is Isabella Premoli Silva in celebration of her more than four decades of foraminiferal research, and for her tireless efforts of service to the geologic profession. Professor Premoli Silva is one of the most widely recognized names in foraminiferal paleontology and her research contributions and service to various international committees and commissions are familiar to stratigraphic paleontologists worldwide. She authored or co-authored more than 170 papers concerning micropaleontology, stratigraphy, cyclostratigraphy, paleobiogeography, and paleoceanography, and spanning the geologic record from Paleozoic to Recent. Her special emphasis is on Cretaceous to Miocene planktonic...

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