Veitzer awarded first nonlinear geophysics research award


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The first Student Research Award of the AGU Technical Committee on Nonlinear Geophysics was presented to Seth Veitzer of the University of Colorado on December 18, at a ceremony during the 2000 Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California. The Student Research Award is given in recognition of significant advances made in a field of research associated with geocomplexity and nonlinear geophysics. It is awarded to a scientist who has earned his or her Ph.D. prior to July 1 of the year in which the award is presented. The awardee must also have published a paper describing the work that is the subject of the award in the peer-reviewed literature.