for his lifelong contribution to our understanding of physical processes of the Earth and planets.

for his pre-eminent work on the structural geology of major mountain ranges.

for his pioneering work on the application of computing technology in Earth sciences.

for the development and application of controlled source electromagnetic sounding (CSEM) for fluid location in subsurface environments.

Jim Rose for his work on Quaternary geology and contributions to our understanding of the evolution of the British landscape.

Nigel Woodcock for his stratigraphic and structural work that has helped elucidate the relationship between major synsedimentary structures and tectonic ones, principally in...

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