Inaugural Rollie Lamberson Medal winners announced at 2016 Conference

Lamberson Medal

At the 2016 Conference Banquet held at Maswick Lodge in Grand Canyon National Park, Rollie Lamberson presented the medal named in his honour, to three deserving recipients for the most outstanding papers in natural resource modeling published in the previous two years.

Winners of the 2016 Lamberson Medal for best papers in resource modeling published in the previous two years –

EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ON THE TREND BEHAVIOR OF US EMISSIONS OF NITROGEN OXIDES AND VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
 Nina Sidneva (Starbucks) & Eric Zivot (Univ. Washington)
Version of Record online: 8 AUG 2014

 

and,
THE ROLE OF GROUNDWATER-DEPENDENT ECOSYSTEMS IN GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT
Encarna  Esteban (Univ. Zaragoza, Spain)
(2016),  Natural Resource Modeling, 29: 98–129. doi: 10.1111/nrm.12082

This prestigious award celebrates the contribution of Professor Emeritus Rollie Lamberson to the field of natural resource modeling and the growth of the Resource Modeling Association .

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Eligibility requires that at least one co-author among the recipients is a current RMA member.

Hola i benvinguts! Brush up on your flamenco (or sardana if you’re game) and tantalize your taste buds with tapas during a model visit to Spain in 2017

2017 World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling

6 –9 June, 2017 Barcelona, Spain

La Pedrera Barcelona

The 2017 meeting will be held in collaboration with the Pau Costa Foundation in Barcelona.

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Described as the cradle of Catalan culture, Barcelona has a fascinating history and many heritage and contemporary attractions for visitors. The climate  is pleasant, being moderated by the maritime influence of the Mediterranean Sea. Environmental and social sustainability are key among initiatives in this thriving and forward looking city.
The city is readily accessible for international, EU and domestic travellers. You can get to Barcelona by plane, car, train or boat.  Barcelona International Airport (BCN), also known as Barcelona-El Prat Airport, is located 12 km southwest of the center of city, between the city limits of El Prat de Llobregat. The airport is accessible via public transportation (train and bus) from the center of Barcelona. It has also well serviced by private cabs and shuttle buses, and connects with the rest of provinces by long distance buses. Barcelona can also be reached by transport links from other regional airports, including Girona, Reus and Lleida -Alguaire. The city has direct railway links with a number of important international cities, including Paris, Zurich and Milan, and a high-speed train runs to Madrid, southern and eastern Spain. Barcelona Nord Bus Station is the main terminal for international buses. There is an excellent public transport network for getting around the city’s metropolis.
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