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Catriona Thompson (2020)

The Michael Kirkby Award for the best paper published in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms in 2019 is made to Catriona Thompson and colleagues for their paper "Wave impacts on coastal cliffs: Do bigger waves drive greater ground motion?" Not only is this paper an exemplary demonstration of the power of new geophysical methods, notably environmental seismology, for monitoring geomorphic processes, it also provides fundamental and new understanding of cliff erosion mechanisms.

Bradley Johnson (2018)

The 2018 Wiley award for the best paper published in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2017 (volume 42), is made to Dr Bradley Johnson of Davidson College North Carolina for his paper entitled "A chronology of post‐glacial landslides suggests that slight increases in precipitation could trigger a disproportionate geomorphic response" (ESPL 42: 2223-2239) https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/esp.4168#. The paper is a fascinating demonstration of how the combination and application of h

Stuart Grieve (2017)

Dr Stuart Grieve won the 2017 Wiley award for the paper, How long is a hillslope?

Liran Goren (2015)

The Wiley Award for the best paper published in BSG’s journal Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for 2015 (2014 volume) was awarded to Dr Liran Goren for the paper:

‘Coupled numerical‒analytical approach to landscape evolution modeling’ by

L Goren, SD Willett, F Herman, J Braun, ESPL 39 (4) 522 - 545.

Clifford Riebe and Darryl Granger (2014)

The Wiley Award for the best paper published in BSG’s journal Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for 2014 (2013 volume) was awarded to Cliff Riebe (Wyoming) and Darryl Granger (Purdue) for their paper:

‘Quantifying effects of deep and near-surface chemical erosion on cosmogenic nuclides in soils, saprolite, and sediment’ (ESPL 38: 523–533) .

Sebastian Doetterl (2013)

The Wiley Award for the best paper published in the BSG’s journal Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for 2013 (2012 volume) was awarded to Sebastian Doetterl (Louvain) and co-authors for the publication

‘Towards constraining the magnitude of global agricultural sediment and soil organic carbon fluxes’ (ESPL:37: 642–655).

Dr Doetterl was presented with his award byBSG President Ken Gregory and Wiley representative Jenny Osborne at the BSG Annual Conference at Royal Holloway University of London (9-11th September 2013).

Gary Parker (2012)

The Wiley-Blackwell Award for the best paper in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for 2012 (2011 volume) was awarded to Professor Gary Parker and colleagues for the paper:

‘A new framework for modeling the migration of meandering rivers’, G. Parker, Y. Shimizu, G.V. Wilkerson, E.C. Eke, J.D. Abad, J.W. Lauer, C. Paola, W.E. Dietrich and V.R. Voller, 36(1): 70–86.

Peter Haff (2011)

Wiley-Blackwell Award for the best paper in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for 2011 (2010 volume) awarded to Professor Peter Haff (Duke University, North Carolina) for the paper:

Haff, P. K., Hillslopes, rivers, plows, and trucks: mass transport on Earth’s surface by natural and technological processes. 35, 10, 1157-1166.

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