AGU has been William S. Reeburgh’s primary professional affiliation since 1968. Reeburgh was active in the OS and AS sections until the B section was formed. He served as editor of Global Biogeochemical Cycles for 6 years (1998-2004), and was President-Elect and President of the Biogeosciences section (7/04-7/08). He is an AGU Fellow (2001). The inaugural lecture was presented at the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California.
The Reeburgh Lecture will be presented annually as part of the AGU Fall Meeting. In even numbered years the lecture will be presented as part of AGU’s Ocean Sciences Section’s programming and will concentrate on the topic of marine geochemistry. The lecturer will be invited to attend the Ocean Sciences Section Reception and the fund will act as a sponsor of the event.
In odd numbered years the lecture will be presented as part of AGU’s Biogeosciences Section’s programming and will concentrate on the topic of global biogeochemistry. The lecturer will be invited to attend the Biogeosciences Section reception and the Fund will act as a sponsor of the event.
The Reeburgh lecture is given by a scientist who embodies William S. Reeburgh’s tradition of applying novel measurements to illuminate key issues in global biogeochemistry and marine geochemistry.
- Lecture Certificate
- Announcement in Eos
- AGU Fall Meeting Travel Reimbursement (2 nights hotel stay, AGU Meeting Registration, and airfare)
- Invitation to present the Reeburgh Lecture at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year
- Recognition at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year
- Complimentary ticket to the Biogeosciences Section luncheon/reception at the AGU Fall Meeting during the 2017 lecture presentation year
FREQUENCY: Presented annually.