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Katherine de KleerKatherine de Kleer (University of California, Berkeley) for The Impact of Io’s Volcanism on the Jovian Extended Neutral Environment at the joint Japan Geoscience Union – American Geophysical Union meeting in Chiba, Japan May 20-25, 2017.
Frances ButcherFrances Butcher (Open University in the United Kingdom) for Eskers Associated with Extant Glaciers in Mid-Latitude Graben on Mars: Evidence for Geothermal Controls upon Recent Basal Melting of Glaciers on Mars at The Woodlands, Texas March 20-24, 2017. 


sheridan ackissSheridan Ackiss (Purdue University) for "Mineralogical Evidence for Subglacial Volcanoes in the Sisyphi Montes Region of Mars at the 6th International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration in Reykjavik, Iceland Sept. 5-9, 2016.
caudill fitzgeraldChristy Caudill (Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration at the University of Western Ontario, Canada) for Large Basin Impact Cratering Processes as Understood Through Martian and Terrestrial Impact Studies at the American Geophysical Union Fall 2016 Meeting in San Francisco, Calif., Dec. 12-16, 2016.


Edgar SteenstraEdgar Steenstra (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) for a presentation on core formation in Vesta and the Moon at the 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in The Woodlands, Texas, March 16-20, 2015.
Jakob DellerCaroline Morely (University of California, Santa Cruz) for Modeling and Observing the Effects of Clouds and Hazes in Exoplanets to be presented at Planetary Systems: A Synergistic View, in Quy Nhon, Vietnam, July 19-25, 2015.

Jacob A. RichardsonJacob A. Richardson (University of South Florida) for  LiDAR Observations of an Earth Magma Plumbing System as an Analog for Venus and Mars Distributed Volcanism to be presented at the European Geophysical Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, April 27 - May 2, 2014.
Jakob DellerJakob Deller (University of Kent, UK, and Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Germany) for SPH Modeling of Impact Events on Non-Spherical Rubble-Pile Asteroid Simulants to be presented at the 46th Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society in Tucson, Arizona, November 9-14, 2014.

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