Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award

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The Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award is jointly presented by the SEG Near Surface and the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS). The inaugural award was presented to Susan Pullan in 2005 at the EEGS annual meeting, the Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP). The award alternates (on an approximately 18-month interval) between the SAGEEP meeting and the SEG Near Surface reception and dinner at the SEG annual meeting.

The Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award is established to recognize an individual who shows extraordinary leadership in advancing the cause of near-surface geophysics through long-term, tireless, and enthusiastic support of the near-surface geophysics community. Such leadership is often boldly displayed by an invention, a new methodology or technique, a theoretical or conceptual advancement, or a unique innovation that transforms the nature and capabilities of near surface geophysics.

Prior to 2005, the SEG Near Surface presented its own Frank Frischknecht Award in recognition of long-term, tireless and enthusiastic support of the near-surface geophysics community.

Joint EEGS/SEG Near Surface Technical Section Frischknecht Award Recipients

NSG Section Frischknecht Award Recipients

EEGS Frank Frischknecht Leadership Award Recipients

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