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James E. Cloern wins Ketchum Award
Date:4/16/2010

e physical, chemical, and biological realms. His broad view of oceanography and his appreciation for the synergy of marine phenomena are evident in more than 70 papers he authored on subjects ranging from estuarine physics to deep ocean biology.

Cloern has been a Fulbright Research Scholar at the Centre d'Ocanologie de Marseille, has mentored 11 postdoctoral scientists and19 graduate students from six countries, taught scientific writing at the Universit de Bretagne Occidentale, is Consulting Professor (Civil Engineering) at Stanford University, and Co-Editor of Estuaries and Coasts. He will receive the Ketchum Award on April 28 at a ceremony in the Redfield Laboratory Auditorium in Woods Hole Village.

"Jim is clearly deserving of this award," says Christopher M. Reddy, director of the Coastal Ocean Institute and associate scientist in Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry at WHOI. "I read all his papers when I was in grad school working on a term paper on the San Francisco Bay in 1994. To me, it's refreshing to award somebody whose excellence I relied on and used as a grad student 16 years ago. Plus, I get to finally meet him"

Others who supported Cloern's nomination include:

  • Alan Jassby of UC Davis: "Dr. Cloern is one of the most well-respected figures in estuary science today."

  • Tim Hollibaugh of the University of Georgia: Cloern's "work is easily the equivalent of that done by the fathers of the field like Hutchinson, Redfield, Sverdrup,, Pickard, Riley, Lauff and, yes, Ketchum."

  • Hans Paerl of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A "boundless energy and giving personality has allowed Jim to be one of the most effective, productive and prolific researchers in coastal phytoplankton ecology and biogeochemistry."

  • Thomas C. Malone of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science: "Cloern has a history of commitment to educating graduate and postdoctoral students nationally and int
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