Presentation by the President, Prof. B.J. Wood, to Prof. C.J. Hawkesworth, at the Spring Meeting Conference Dinner, Glasgow, 15 April, 2003

I am delighted to introduce Professor Christopher Hawkesworth as the 2002 recipient of the Schlumberger Medal. Chris has long been seen as one of the leaders in modern isotope and trace element geochemistry. His contributions range widely in geochemistry, petrology and geology more generally, and include studies of mountain building, subduction-related magmatism, the rates of magmatic processes, the relationships between magmatism and tectonics, mantle processes, and palaeoenvironments and archaeology. Chris is an extremely creative scientist whose formidable impact on...

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