Dr. Julie Loisel: 2021 recipient of the Sir Nicholas Shackleton Medal For Outstanding Young Quaternary Scientists Award
The PAGES IPO would like to extend its congratulations to Dr. Julie Loisel, co-leader of the PAGES C-PEAT working group, on being named the 2021 recipient of the Sir Nicholas Shackleton Medal For Outstanding Young Quaternary Scientists Award.
"Professor Sir Nicholas Shackleton –or ‘Nick’ as he preferred to be called- was one of the foremost Quaternary scientists in the world, his scientific legacy is in no need of elaboration. Nick served as President of INQUA from 1999 to 2003. One of Nick’s most endearing qualities was his enthusiastic embracement of international collaboration and co-operation. This extended to unselfish mentoring and encouragement of young scientists, both at his home institution, Cambridge University, and elsewhere. It is for this reason that the Sir Nicholas Shackleton medal is dedicated to rewarding the achievements of outstanding young Quaternary scientists. " > Read more
"The INQUA Award Committee has decided to award Julie Loisel with the 2021 Sir Nicholas Shackleton Medal because she showed a high potential in developing Quaternary Science. In her short career she had an important output as indicated by her scientific production. She also demonstrated the capability to achieve important results in her field and excelled in leading projects. She showed the potential to strengthen the importance of the study of the Holocene, also in consideration of current and future climate changes."
To read more about the Sir Nicholas Shackleton Medal For Outstanding Young Quaternary Scientists Award and the nominated candidates, read the INQUA newsletter here.
For more information on the C-PEAT - Carbon in Peat on Earth through Time working group, visit the web page here: https://pastglobalchanges.org/science/wg/peat-carbon/intro
To read more about C-PEAT at COP26, please visit the web page here: https://pastglobalchanges.org/science/wg/peat-carbon/COP26