Awards & Honours
The Quarry Life Award is an international research and education competition sponsored by Heidelberg Cement Group and aims to raise awareness of biodiversity in mining sites worldwide through sponsorship of projects to boost mining ecology and biodiversity.
The Canadian Institute of Forestry Presidential Award, in recognition of outstanding service and commitment to the Institute and exemplifying a devotion to, and passion for, the profession of forestry went to Dr Peter Marshall of Vancouver, British Columbia. The award appreciates the dedication that individuals provide and encourages individuals to contribute to the leadership, promotion, and understanding of the profession and the practice of forestry.
Professor Cindy Prescott has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Helsinki in recognition of her contributions to forest science and work with Finnish scientists and the Academy of Finland. Dr Prescott received the award during the solemn conferment ceremony in Helsinki in June 2014.
Dr Nicholas Coops received the 2014 Canadian Remote Sensing Society Silver Medal at the joint International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2014) / 35th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (35th CSRS) in Quebec City in July. The award recognises important and sustained contributions to remote sensing in Canada, typically for a period of more than 10 years.
Congratulations to Dr Joerg Bohlmann for being recognized by Thomson Reuters as 1 of 6 of the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds in 2014. Learn more on the Thomson Reuters website.
The Canadian Forest Service (CFS) has recognized the Lidar Best Practices Team for their work in producing a go-to handbook describing all of the steps necessary for understanding and implementing and airborne laser scanning project