[ESIP-all] FW: Nominations for NOAA David Johnson Award: Submission Deadline - 1 December 2009

Carol B. Meyer Carol.Meyer at earthsciencefoundation.org
Mon Sep 14 18:36:14 EDT 2009

From: Maiden, Martha E. (HQ-DK000) [mailto:martha.e.maiden at nasa.gov] 
Sent: Monday, September 14, 2009 5:16 PM
To: Carol B. Meyer
Subject: FW: Nominations for NOAA David Johnson Award: Submission Deadline -
1 December 2009


Carol,  Please forward to ESIP-all.  Best wishes, Martha

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From: helenwood <helen.wood at noaa.gov>
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 16:10:41 -0500

Subject: Nominations for NOAA David Johnson Award: Submission Deadline - 1
December 2009

Dear USGEO Colleagues,

Please help us to promote awareness of the Call for Nominations for the NOAA
David Johnson Award.
Award information is below.  I can also send you the actual flyer as a pdf
attachment, if you would like to distribute hard copies of the announcement.
Thank you for your help!



The NOAA David Johnson Award is presented by The National Space Club at the
annual Dr. Robert J. Goddard memorial Dinner.   The award was established in
1999 to honor the first Administrator of what was to become the NOAA
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service.  The award
recognizes young professionals who have developed an innovative application
of Earth observation satellite data (alone or in combination with
non-satellite data) that is, or could be, used for operational purposes to
assess and/or predict atmospheric, oceanic, or terrestrial conditions.  The
satellite data used may be from any Earth observation satellite, e.g., U.S.
government, commercial, or foreign satellites.
Past award recipients include: 

2009 William J. Blackwell - MIT Lincoln Laboratory
2008 Peter J. Etnoyer - Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
2007 Dr. Steven D. Miller - Naval Research Laboratory
2006 Dr. Jeffrey T. Morisette -  NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
2005 Dr. Jason Dunion - University of Miami
2004 Dr. John A. Knaff - Colorado State University
2003 James Cantore - Weather Channel
2002 Jun Li - University of Wisconsin-Madison
2001 Gregg Jacobs - Naval Research Laboratory, Brian Sodin - NOAA  
2000 Kevin J. Schrab, Fuzhang Weng - NOAA
The National Space Club, a non-profit organization, is devoted to fostering
excellence in space activity through interaction between industry and
government, and through a continuing program of educational support.  Awards
are offered to recognize significant achievements in space science and
Find more information on the award and the complete Call for Nominations
with instructions for submission at

Helen M. Wood
NOAA GEOSS Integration Manager &
Senior Advisor, NOAA Satellite and Information Service
SSMC1, Room 7417
1335 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3282  USA

1-301-713-1140 x250 (office)  1-301-713-1129 (fax)
1-301-466-5356 (mobile)

Email:    helen.wood at noaa.gov
URL:      www.noaa.gov <http://www.noaa.gov> 

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